We wish all the youths around the world a Happy International Youth Day! Keep on keeping on and reaching for your dreams regardless of the opposition you face daily. We stumbled on an article written […]
The FREE Podcast show on Spreaker “Coming from a Place of Love” that garnered quite an interest when it debuted in February 2017 has made a return to daytime spot. The show features its host […]
We came across an article on lybrate.com we thought we would share with our readers who are looking to manage their diabetes. When the sugar concentration in the blood increases suddenly and unreasonably, the resulting condition […]
We are wishing you a lovely week ahead. Today the choice of topic is a personal one and one that resonates deeply with Nigerian youths. As a Nigerian youth myself who runs this business its really surprising that this could happen to me with a believed to be trusted organization but I imagine that it is time to speak out and raise awareness to this particular issue. We have heard time and time again that ‘Ideas Rule the World’ so most times a creative person is not desperate but patient but this does not mean you as a corporation should take advantage of the trust. With this story we are trying to expose a sick mentality brewing in the minds of old players in the business world that everything comes FREE.
Are you an Educator in Nigeria? Are you looking for a strong network of professional educators? Would you like to grow your knowledge and learn great ways that you can keep your skills refreshed? We have a great network you can join…..
We stumbled across an article written by Kimanzi Constable for The Entrepreneur Magazine. This article points out new jobs that are sure to provide additional income for any entrepreneur in this modern world. Learn the 5 ways you can boost your income as an entrepreneur.
Hello Everyone welcome to the weekend when it comes to traveling the only thing that can affect the whole process is your ‘attitude’ while doing it. We took our time to come up with 5 […]
Have you thought about going zero waste, actively attempting to reduce your carbon footprint in the world? It involves more than just storing food in trendy mason jars, buying fresh produce at farmers’ markets, and making products from scratch. It’s a lifestyle dedicated to cultivating meaningful experiences and prioritizing environmental sustainability.
NaijaGems Photo Contest is sponsored by the U.S. Department of State, and the United States Diplomatic Mission in Nigeria.
We want to take a second to appreciate Bill and Melinda Gates, the owners of Microsoft whose foundation and development work in Africa, Nigeria and beyond.