HURRAY! It’s a wonderful New Year. And today, the first Monday of the Year 2016, is very bright and beautiful with the dusty harmattan breeze blowing. A perfect day God has made. Hurray! It is also a day most workers and student returned back to offices and classrooms after the holidays. At Realnews, we also resumed worked today in earnest after we went on a three-week break. As you, our dedicated readers, must have noticed since we started in 2012, we work all through the months of the year but close down for a much desired rest in December. We opted for end of the year break for most of our staff to go on vacation because most companies, institutions and organisations we cover choose the period to wound down their activities for the year. So, we also settle for that time of the Christmas to be near our loved ones, rest and refresh our tired bones to come back in the New Year to serve you better.
This is why we are going to begin with helping you to catch up on some stories you may have missed while on holidays and those that are just happening or developing as the case may be. As we have always done recently, we will serve you with our daily news updates followed with Realnews weekly magazine made up of in-depth analysis and well investigated news stories sent to our subscribers via our e-bulletin. If you are not on our subscribers list, please visit our website: www.realnewsmagazine.net to subscribe free of charge or hook up through our WhatsApp + 234 8033487603. If you encounter any problem, kindly notify us through email or SMS to our telephones.
On Realnews portal, you will as always find different interesting stories, interviews, articles, column, opinion and essays published by prominent Nigerians and foreigners, all experts in their various fields of endeavour covering business and economy, oil and gas, environment, development, women, youth and children not leaving out politics etc. For instance, we have featured Roberts Orya, managing director of the Nigerian Export Import Bank, NEXIM, Dan Agbese, veteran journalist and former editor-in-chief of Newswatch, Reuben Abati, former special adviser to President Goodluck Jonathan on Media and Publicity, David R. Leffler, executive director, Center for Advanced Military Science, CAMS, Institute of Science, Technology and Public Policy, Fairfield, Iowa, USA, among others. This year, we are introducing another guest writer from South Africa. He is Phillip Steyn, vice president and chief operating officer Rhino Oil and Gas Exploration. His first essay for Realnews is entitled: “Energy Drives Prosperity: Oil and Gas Exploration to Benefit South African Economy, Communities”. Enjoy reading all and don’t fail give us feedback.
The Realnews team love you all, especially our advertisers who have ensured that we remain in business. We wish you a Happy New Year! God bless you all abundantly through the New Year.
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— Jan 4, 2015 @ 19:00 GMT