Canada Announces Plans To Welcome 1million New Immigrants

Canada welcomed more than 286,000 permanent residents in 2017 and it is assumed that the number could reach 350,000 this year and subsequently 360,000 in 2020 and 370,000 in 2021. This initiative will help countering Canada's aging population and declining birth rate while growing its labour force. Canada tries to offer protection to refugees. The …

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Naija Jollof Toronto: Canada’s First African Food Restaurant In A Canadian Mall

On December first, before Christmas, Toronto welcomed Canada’s first African food restaurant within a Canadian mall. Naija Jollof Toronto offers a rich experience with a variety of authentic African dishes. Customers are loving Naija Jollof and the vibe it brings along. They are travelling from long distances to enjoy the experience. The concept Naija Jollof …

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20 Hilarious Grammars Of Patrick Obahiagbon And Their Meanings

Crinkum-crankum – Elaborate or detailed (archaic)2. Megalomania – a mental illness or condition in which somebody has an exaggerated belief in their own importance or power.3. Jiggery-pokery – Tricky, misrepresentation and manipulation.4. Mephistophelean – wicked5. Kakistocracy – Government under the control of a nation’s worst or least-qualified citizens6. Braggadocio – Boost full or arrogant behavior7. …

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Unforgettable Memories of Christmas Time…

I remember them all now.I remember ending the 1st term of school on a high note in 2001 with my spirit as alive as the day. And for the end of year holidays, we gather together on the assembly ground and pray before we all march, nay, run away from the ground with shouts of …

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‘Poem on Love Made in Nigeria’

I remember I first saw your beautiful face among a crowd of tourists in the beautiful hills of Jos Plateau. We exchanged our first words on a canoe going through the majestic creeks of Bayelsa. We had our first outing together on the sandy and cold Ibeno beach of Akwa Ibom. And I walked the …

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When you take time to know people, there won’t be room to create impressions

People these days fall in love with a person’s profession, looks, cars, houses, family. These attributes don't define who the person is.Most singles go out to look for comfort, all their focus is on material stuff and once they find it, other things don't matter until the need arises. People love others for what they …

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WHY MANY PASTORS WOULD END UP IN HELL FIRE.

This is a hard truth to believe, but be ready to receive the truth so that after this life your soul can be saved from burning in hell fire. This is an inspirational article based on revelational insight. Many ministers are in hell fire and some are on their way to the burning fire due …

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