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Muneer Yaqub
Journalist. Writer. Writing Fellow . Trainee . Election Observer . Microbiologist. Student. 👳. 🇳🇬.
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Casey Given Apr 18
This month, Young Voices welcomed five Agora Fellows from around the world to advocate for free market solutions to international development. Welcome !
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Muneer Yaqub Apr 19
True. Depression is an illness. I once published a Features on it . BTW, I discovered a lot about suicide and how debilitating depression can be. A lot of smiles are fake... Hmm...depression!
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Muneer Yaqub Apr 19
You might want to try this out. Be a better a journalist!
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Daniel Flynn Apr 17
The latest The Daniel Flynn Daily! Thanks to
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African Liberty Apr 19
No power, no good internet service. We're stuck with our old PlayStation 2. Thanks to the government. -
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African Liberty Apr 18
The result of prohibition at law–be it of sex work, or of the alcohol, cigarette, or drug trade–is that an underground, black market will result. In black markets, the law is not a factor. of
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Abubakar Bukola Saraki Apr 17
Today, the passed re-drafted versions of the highly-anticipated and . These Bills will strengthen our institutional frameworks and bring lasting reforms to both our petroleum industry and our electoral processes.
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Muneer Yaqub Apr 17
Somehow, I was mentioned! 😁. This is really fantastic, breaking through despite all odds. Kudos! 💪
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African Liberty Apr 17
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MediaCareerDevelopmentNetwork Apr 16
From the ‘punctual wizard' to the ‘the womanizer’, former intern where she now works gives an insight into the various kinds of persons to prepare for while on internship
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Muneer Yaqub Apr 16
It's so disheartening!
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Muneer Yaqub Apr 16
Celebrating , published this on —and other media outlets across 17 countries (translated). Thanks to Ed . Nigerian factory is creating avant-garde furniture from used tyres
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Sparknews Apr 15
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Liberty Police 🕵🏾‍♂️ Apr 16
Singapore strategy for .
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Sparknews Apr 15
🇳🇬💓💺 Revamping old tires into artsy and functional items! Olabanke Banjo founder of is tackling waste mismanagement and nocive smokes by turning tires into coffee tables and armchairs. . Read more on :
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Muneer Yaqub Apr 16
Replying to @Mediacareerngr
And as published on other platforms too sir.
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Muneer Yaqub Apr 16
Replying to @Mediacareerngr
Thank a lot sir. I hope we can get the translated ones..
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MediaCareerDevelopmentNetwork Apr 16
Well done for this report
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Muneer Yaqub Apr 16
Celebrating , published this on —and other media outlets across 17 countries (translated). Thanks to Ed . Nigerian factory is creating avant-garde furniture from used tyres
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The Hindu Apr 14
The Hindu is proud to work with 18 international leading media outlets on to investigate local initiatives tackling waste and pollution for Movement by
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