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NIGERIAN ASISAT OSHOALA LIFTS THE FIRST FEMALE SUPER COPA FOR BARCELONA

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Nigeria's Asisat Oshoala is hungry for more success with Barcelona Femenino after winning her first major trophy in Spanish football. The 25-year-old scored a brace on Sunday as Barcelona thrashed Real Sociedad 10-1 to clinch the maiden Spanish Women's Super Cup in Salamanca. "To add the Super Cup to last year's Copa Catalunya was a...
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MAGGIE ADERIN-POCOCK IS TAKING SPACE SCIENCE BY STORM

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Maggie Aderin-Pocock, is the Nigerian-British Space scientist, space instrument designer and educator raising awareness about climate change and encouraging children especially girls to build interests in STEM subjects including Space Science. Through her company, she has been visiting schools – to give children a tour of the universe. “I have been trying to get out...
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WORK IT LIKE YOU SEE IT ON YOUR BECOMING JOURNEY

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The most passionate people seem to have visions they can see, feel, touch, and smell. It is not just an idea in their head. The dream of their success takes over every one of the senses, becoming a living entity within their soul. Our visions fade out when we do not take the time to...
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SWITCH UP YOUR LIFE WITH THAT DESIRED MOMENTUM

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Creating momentum in your life takes increasing the things that move you forward and decreasing those that hold you back. Sounds like a snap, but I know, just like you do, that living a life that we desire is not always easy to achieve. We have habits and repeat cycles to overcome. But by creating...
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WHY ISSA RAE’S QUEST ON TESTING OTHER WATERS IS A GUIDE TO WINNING MORE

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In the last 12 months, Issa invested in both a coffee shop and streaming analytics business, launched a record label, announced her leading role in not one, but two major motion pictures, and dropped the premiere date of Season 4 of Insecure. Are you really sure she is human? While it may seem like there's...
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NIGERIAN RINSOLA BABAJIDE WINS LFC WOMEN PLAYER OF THE MONTH AWARD

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Nigerian Rinsola Babajide has won the Liverpool FC Women’s Team Player of the Month for January. The latter saw Babajide’s standout performance as she scored two goals in each half and took her season’s total to seven, coring four goals all of which came against Blackburn Rovers Ladies in an 8-1 win. She played all...
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