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Nigerian becomes First AFrican winner of English Language championship

Nigeria’s Wellington Jighere became the First African winner of English Language scrabble championship in the just concluded World Scrabble championship at Perth, Western Australia. He defeated  129 competitors to win the World English-language Scrabble Players’ Association championship on Sunday, trouncing Englishman Lewis Mackay in the final match on Sunday, November 8,2015     Persistence always triumphs. Having placed 3rd place and ... Read More »

Will you keep silent?

Credits: Photobucket.com from Amazing Grace

Just 200 years ago (August 1815), the British Empire paid Portugal a whopping £750,000 to cease their slave trading north of the Equator in the shameful transatlantic slave trade that went on for over four centuries (longer than the time between 1815 and 2015). Three-quarters of a million pounds was quite a huge payoff two centuries ago. so, why would ... Read More »

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