Month: August 2015

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CNTV Street Files: Would You Put Your Wife Or Girlfriend On Monthly Allowance?

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August 24, 2015

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Truth be told, life as a lady in Nigeria can be expensive. From beauty maintenance to food, clothes and other necessities, costs can run into the hundreds of thousands if care isn’t taken. With all this said, asking boyfriends for a monthly stipend of so

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CNTV Street Files: How Well Do You Know Nigeria?

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August 24, 2015

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How well do you know your country? CNTV was on the street asking Nigerians diverse simple questions which we easily assume that we all know. Imagine our surprise when most Nigerians fell short. Enjoy this episode of street files tagged Nigerian questions.

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CNTV Street Files: Do You Know Your Rights as a Nigerian?

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August 24, 2015

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If you knew your rights as Nigerian citizen, would you do or approach things differently? In this episode of Street Files, we asked Nigerians questions about their rights and their answers might shock you. Apparently, most Nigerians are not well informed about

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CNTV Around Town: My Business Nigeria Summit 2015

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August 24, 2015

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CNTV was in town at the Landmark center, Lekki Peninsula on the 23rd of July, 2015 at the My Business Nigeria Summit which was a collaborative effort between BusinessDay Media Limited, Innovate One Company and Mara Mentor Initiative and its focus was to create

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CNTV Meet The Boss: WILSON JUICE

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August 24, 2015

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Starting a health drink business in Nigeria can be tough. And imagine doing this after years of living abroad and knowing few locals. Wilson’s Juice co-founder, Seun Abolaji found himself in the same boat and yet, has succeeded in making a name for himse

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CNTV STREET FILES : What Nigerian Ladies Want Their Men To Do!

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August 19, 2015

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Behind every successful man is a successful woman, and Nigerian men are no exception. In this episode of Street Files, their lady loves tell us what they’d like their men to do more of, from being more romantic to stepping up to the plate and taking cont

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CNTV Meet The Boss: Kehinde Smith CEO My Extensionz

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August 19, 2015

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The hair business in Nigeria is quickly gaining momentum and the lovely Kehinde Smith is one of the successful women behind its reins. Her hair brand, My Extensionz is a favorite across the country, supplying luxurious, quality curls to the everyday woman. We

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CNTV Meet The Boss: Mr. Nnamdi Ezeigbo , CEO SLOT NIGERIA

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August 12, 2015

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Nigerians are familiar with the name SLOT in every state and every area but do we know who the brain behind SLOT is? Well as usual CNTV meets the boss, owner & ceo of SLOT as he takes us through an amazing journey.

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CNTV STREET FILES: Would you allow your child to join the military ?

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August 10, 2015

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These days, Nigeria’s army is fully engaged in warfare due to the unfortunate plight of Boko Haram in the North, the group known for the 2014 Chibok girls kidnappings. These brave men and women lay their lives on the line, doing things that others would

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CNTV Meet The Boss: RITA OKOYE CEO Majestically Rare

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August 9, 2015

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Meet Rita Okoye, the CEO of Majestcally Rare Ltd., a highly successful public relations and marketing firm in Nigeria. She’s also very passionate about young girls and helping them build their self esteem and value system. We sat down with this superwoma

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