Month: December 2015

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CNTV Street Files: How to Curb Domestic Violence in Nigeria

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December 8, 2015

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The recent tragic death of LUTH doctor Idioda reminds us all of the public menace called domestic violence, which is claiming the lives of our young innocent daughters and sisters. Find out the insightful things Nigerians had to say about this issue in this ep

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CNTV Meet the Boss: Steve Harris

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December 8, 2015

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Steve Harris is a successful life and business strategist who has made millions from teaching people the secrets of success in any sphere. From leaving his 9-5 job with a pregnant wife at home, to pursue his dreams, his remarkable story is definitely one worth

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CNTV Meet The Boss: Ohimai Atafo. CEO Mai Atafo Inspired

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December 8, 2015

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Connectnigeria interviews the Creative Director of Mai Atafo Inspired, Mai Atafo. He tells us about how he started and his journey so far world and what it is like to be a BOSS. Subscribe to the Connectnigeria youtube channel here: http://www.youtube.com/conne

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CNTV LIfe TIps: Dayo D1 Adeneye

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December 8, 2015

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Mr. Dayo D1 Adeneye is a multiple award winning radio broadcaster who has made an impact in his industry and millions from his craft. Find out his principles of success both professionally and personally in this episode of Life Tips. Don’t forget to shar

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CNTV Steet Files: Domestic Violence; Cause, Prevention and Help

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December 8, 2015

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The tragic loss of LUTH surgeon, Dr. Hestianna Thomas, has brought to the forefront the public menace that is… DOMESTIC VIOLENCE. This issue has seriously affected the joy and wellbeing of of our sisters across the nation – in their thousands ̵

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