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Goodluck Jonathan Pres of Fed Rep Of Nigeria Speech;Roads and Airport named after Yar'Adua Courtesy NTA Feat music from BRACKET JMARTINS "ADA OWERRI", and PSQUARE the hot hot hot Kora award winning duo/twins sensation PSQUARE aka aPeter and Paul OKOYE), PSQUARE will be LIVE in concert July 24 at Club AMAZURA NYC ...get your tix now, it will sell out fast!!!!!!!!!!! NIGERIA INTERNATIONAL INVESTORS FORUM 31 MAY – 2 JUNE 2010 PUBLIC NOTICE NIGERIA INTERNATIONAL INVESTORS FORUM 31 MAY – 2 JUNE 2010, HILTON HOTEL AUJA, NIGERIA “CELEBRATING NIGERIA’S GOLDEN JUBILLE, 50 YEARS OF NATIONHOOD” As part of the celebrations marking Nigeria’s 50th Anniversary, an International Investors Forum is being organized by the Commonwealth Business Council (CBC) and the Nigeria Investment Promotion Commission (NIPC) under the patronage of the President H.E Dr. Goodluck Ebele Jonathan GCON. The Forum is holding from 31st May – 2nd June 2010 at Hilton Hotel Abuja and will focus on Nigeria’s Immediate and Long Term future as a global business player and the actual investment opportunities offered by economic diversification across key sectors. It will also afford investors the opportunity to witness firsthand the phenomenal investment opportunities across Nigeria’s various industrial sectors. Consulate General of Nigeria Atlanta Ga. 30350 18th May, 2010 STORY HIGHLIGHTS * In Ghana, a former child slave has set up a school to help victims of child trafficking * Some parents sell their children to work 17-hour days in the fishing industry * Child slavery is a profitable trade for traffickers * Government is trying to tackle problem, but says it will take more than new laws Courtesy (LIU) CNN

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