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Forgiveness By Stacy M. Amewoyi

You must forgive to cleanse your heart. You can't change the past, nobody can go back in time and avoid situations that hurt us, I am sure that many of us would like to do it to fix what we did wrong and avoid the pain, but it is impossible!

Economic diversity shields African economies amid slowing global GDP growth

The report finds that, despite there being a gloomy backdrop created by slow growth in the United States, China and Europe, Africa remains a relative bright spot with many positive economic stories. Although the continent's two largest economies, Nigeria and South Africa, continue to struggle, the report finds that Africa will become home to half of the 10 fastest-growing economies on the planet over the next five years.

Do Not Live For Yourself By Stacy Amewoyi

One day, I was driving from New Jersey to New York, my journey was one and half hour instead of forty-five minutes. Traffic caused ‘Go-Slow’ on the road, since I didn’t want to get sleepy, I started listening to music. I decided to listen to the late Lucky Dube song’s “Crazy World.” The part of the song that caused me so emotional was “I pray the Lord my soul to keep, and if I die before I wake, I pray the Lord my soul to take….” As a Philanthropist, seeks to promote the welfare of others, especially by the generous donation of money to good causes, I link the song to my story as a Philanthropist.

Senegal Leads Opportunity Boom In The MSGBC Basin

In the context of what PwC’s Africa oil & gas review 2019 describes as an exciting growth phase for the continent fuelled by large oil and gas discoveries and subsequent increased investor appetite, the MSGBC Basin shines...

When the Criminal Becomes a Precious metal and Gem Miner

There is no single method of laundering money; it may involve other individuals, businesses and companies. However, one constant remains: The funds need to be washed. Precious gems are often smuggled, stolen and traded in black markets in countries around the world and then used in money laundering schemes.

Nigerian Banks are Targeting Women and Here is why

When Bolanle Austen-Peters sought a loan for a cultural center in Lagos, she was told there was no business case. Then she found an art-loving banker to back her. Now she is lighting up stages and screens around the world.