#endSARS Movement: #ItsNotFinished yet, it’s time to come up with a Proper Plan

The world witness arguably the biggest movement in the history of Nigeria in last couple of weeks. The #EndSARS movement started from twitter in the early October 2020, as the Nigerian youths demand an end to a Police Force Unit terrorizing the country’s ‘Leaders of tomorrow’ – Special Anti-Robbery Squad (SARS).

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Coronavirus induced Work-from-Home Policies Could actually work for the benefit of Companies and Employees

It is no more news that the novel coronavirus outbreak has become a pandemic. The outbreak that originated in Wuhan, China was declared a pandemic by World Health Organization (WHO) on Wednesday, 11th March, 2020 as it spreads to at least 131 countries, sickened more than 156,800 people, with at least 5,762 recorded deaths as at Sunday Morning, 15th, March, 2020. This has led to governments of different nations shutting down borders, Schools and Malls closed, imposed quarantines on arriving citizens, travel bans and the latest which include companies imposing compulsory work-from-home policies for employees in order to curtail the spread of the deadly virus. The stark in human and economic impacts on businesses cannot be over-emphasized.

Corona Virus Map
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Stress is for steel: Passing AWS Certified Solutions Architect Associate Exam!

Stress is for steel

Stress is for steels, Pressure is for tyres, It’s just an exam! That sentence was written boldly imprinted on the wall of the exam centre I did my AWS Certified Solutions Architect Associate Exam. On Monday, the 23rd July 2018, I became the latest AWS Certified Solutions Architect Associate (AWS CSAA) in town. I reported at the exam centre rusty, jittery, and scared. To be honest, that was not my first or second time in an IT certification examination centre, but I had not done a certification examination in years, so I wasn’t sure what could happen.

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Effect of Earth Rotation/Revolution on Ramadan

One of the branch of Geography is called Physical Geography. It’s the branch of natural science which deals with the processes and patterns in the natural environment.

In Africa, physical Geography especially the one that has to do with planets and sun called the Solar System is taught in the first year of Senior Secondary School.

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