Since arriving America in 2011 Trevor Noah has risen to be one of the most visible native-born Africans in America as host of The Daily Show. But his comedy belies his strong liberal beliefs and he has used that global platform to show the world what a gifted intellectual he is, albeit a funny one. This biography by cutfm tells us more about his years in South Africa and his sojourn in America so far. Continue reading “Meet Trevor Noah: The most vocal African in America”
Nigeria and Canada recently resolved to deepen bilateral relation in the areas of Trade and Commerce, education, security as well as Science and space technology.
The Canadian Gov.-General, Julie Payette, disclosed this when she addressed newsmen after a closed door meeting with Nigerian President Muhammadu Buhari, in Abuja, Nigeria. But at the same time the Canadian government has adopted new immigration policy that spells trouble for Nigerian migrants. As reported by Samson Toromade in The Pulse. Continue reading “Nigeria, Canada hold talks despite new measures against migrants”
The Nigerian community in the United States of America is mulling setting up a community banks in Washington to serve their needs. Talks have reached an advanced stage to set up Nigeria Federal Credit Union. Continue reading “Nigerian community in US to float community bank”
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