NEWS: Nigerian student, Imelme Umana becomes first black female president of Harvard Law Review

Nigerian student, Imelme Umana becomes first black female president of Harvard Law Review A Nigerian law student at Harvard University has been announced as 131st President of the Harvard Law Review (HLR). Imelme Umana becomes the first female president of the HLR and occupies a post that was held by former United States President Barack Obama, who incidentally was also […]

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News: US University helps slave descendants

A top US university will give extra support in its admissions process to descendants of slaves sold by the university in the 19th Century. In 1838, Georgetown University sold 272 slaves owned by the Washington-based institution. The university set up a project to see how it could make restitution for this involvement in the slave trade. There are also calls […]

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EyoBassey: Pay Porte, Part of a Bigger Dream

Debonair, delightful and down-to-earth, he’s one of the youngest chief executive officers in the country. A software developer, an entrepreneur and Chief Executive Officer of Rom-Flex Group; Founder and CEO of Nigeria’s arguably most preferred and fastest growing online shopping website, Payporte.com. Suave and streetwise, 37-year-old Eyo Bassey is a poster boy for the growing army of young Nigerian entrepreneurs. […]

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