PositiveNaija Nigerian Ideas & Debates (Episode 1): Business Partner Consideration; Telecom Masts & Cancer; Cost of Bail

PositiveNaija Nigerian Ideas and Debates (Episode 1): Business Partner Consideration; Telecom Masts and Cancer; Cost of Bail.

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PositiveNaija Nigerian Ideas & Debates (Episode 1): Business Partner Consideration; Telecom Masts & Cancer; Cost of Bail

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Stated definition of terms are from online dictionaries of default Google search.

The topics for discussion on this episode are as follows:

  • Business: What qualities do you consider before adding a partner to your business?

Partner: either of a pair of people engaged together in the same activity.

  • Technology: Can closeness to active telecommunication masts give you cancer?

Cancer: a disease caused by an uncontrolled division of abnormal cells in a part of the body.

A number of health scare on this, but is this really the case?

  • Law: Is bail at law enforcement custody not free in Nigeria?

Bail: the temporary release of an accused person awaiting trial

It is a common saying and inscription in law enforcement custody especially the Nigerian Police that “Bail is free”. However, why the differences in implementation?

This includes the custody of the Nigerian Police, the Nigerian State Security Service (SSS) or Department of State Services (DSS), Nigerian military, etc.

 

 

 

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*This program was published/written/poster designed by Toju Micheal Ogbe.

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