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What A Woman Reportedly Did After She Caught Her Husband Ch£ating
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A woman has reportedly murdered her three kids after she suspected her husband was cheating and did the act as a revenge for her husband’s infidelity.

A social media user narrated how the woman traced her husband to the hotel where he was meeting his partner, ensured that he saw and proceeded to taking their three kids they had together and throwing them into the river

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Sl@ve Trade Played A ‘minor Role’ In Britain’s Wealth — Nigerian-British Minister, Kemi Badenoch
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Cabinet minister Kemi Badenoch on Wednesday, May 1, insisted that colonialism and the sl@ve trade played a “minor role” in Britain’s economic development.

The Nigerian born Business Secretary and Equalities Minister said that UK’s economic success is instead the result of ‘British ingenuity and industry’ as she welcomed a new book by a rightwing think tank.

Despite the British Empire once being geographically the largest the world has ever seen, political economist Kristian Niemietz claimed Britain’s growth was not financed by the sl@ve trade or its imperial possessions.

Writing for the Institute of Economic Affairs, Dr Niemietz has argued that colonialism made only a ‘minor contribution’ to Britain’s economic development, ‘and quite possibly none at all’, with the benefits outweighed by the military and administrative cost of running an empire.

He added that the trans-Atlantic sl@ve trade was no more important to the British economy than sheep-farming or brewing, and most trade was with North America and Western Europe rather than the colonies, even if some individuals did become ‘very rich’ from ‘overseas engagement’.

Writing in support of the work, Mrs Badenoch said the book was ‘a welcome counterweight to simplistic narratives that exaggerate the significance of empire and sl@very to Britain’s economic development….(continue reading from next slide.)

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Economist Weeps Profusely After The Wedding She Spent ‘millions’ To Attend Packed Up After Just Seven Months
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A Lady has lamented the how all her expenses to grace a wedding seems to have been wasted after the marriage only lasted for eight months.

She took to her social media page to vent her frustration at how short lived the marriage was and how much she spent just to attend the occasion. When she was probed why the marriage ended she said it was due to the couple incompatiblity

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Skitmaker Layi Wasabi Reveals Why All Nigerian Bachelors Should Get Married Asap
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Popular Skitmaker, Layi Wasabi has shared his perspective about the challenges of being a bachelor as he describes their unconventional eating habits.

According to him, the bachelor lifestyle involves eating food that doesn’t appear to be fresh and healthy.

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The Most Sensitive Parts Of Iphone Expensive To Repair
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The Biggest M£ss Created In 2023 Was Naira Devaluation — Aliko Dangote
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The Chairman of Dangote Industries Limited, Aliko Dangote has described the floating of naira by President Bola Tinubu’s administration as the biggest mess that affected his company and other business owners in 2023.

Floating the naira allows market forces to determine its value in relation to other currencies.

Speaking at an event on Tuesday, April 30, the billionaire said several manufacturing enterprises were impacted and suffered operational losses due to variations in the naira’s value against the US dollar.

According to him, “We are doing whatever it takes to make sure that at the end of the day, we will be paying dividends because if you look at our dividends last year, it was almost 50 percent more so we will try and get out of the mess.

The biggest mess created was actually the devaluation of the naira from N460 to N1,400.

You can see almost 97 percent of the companies, especially in food and beverages businesses, none of them will pay dividends this year for sure but, we will try and get out of it as soon as possible.

We want to see that at the end of the day, no matter how small, we will be able to pay some dividends, especially if there is a rebound of the naira.”

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