CLASSmagazine spotlights FESTAC-USA, Mubarak’s fall, Breast Cancer survivor, Nkwerre daughters
CLASSmagazine: Capital Oil’s Ifeanyi Ubah flies Nigeria’s flag at OTC; Vol. 7.3, 2011a
PREVIEW of Cover n Content of the Latest USAfrica CLASSmagazine.PREVIEW of Covers n Content of the Latest USAfrica CLASSmagazine.International special editions of Vol. 7pt3, 2011:
Nigeria’s OIL and GAS sectors continue to produce billions of dollars for the country and international investors. One of the established, young but rapidly growing players in the importation, storage, distribution, trading and retailing of oil products in Nigeria is the tireless IFEANYI P. UBAH, Chairman of CAPITAL OIL and GAS INDUSTRIES Ltd. More than any other indigenous operator, he flew Nigeria’s flag very high at the last global OTC event alongside Nigeria’s Petroleum Minister. As we have since 1999, USAfrica covered the OTC oil-gas events, every day, and we present, exclusively, a comprehensive feature and profile of Capital Oil, and other industry execs/advisers/operators in the February-March 2011 (Vol. 7.3) special international edition of the award-winning, glossy CLASSmagazine. By Chido Nwangwu, Founder & Publisher.
OVERCOMING BREAST CANCER and living to take about it, and celebrating it. An exclusive CLASSmagazine feature on wife, mother and successful businesswoman NKOLI MBONU.
An informative, up-to-date news commentary on the impact and contexts of Egyptian dictator HOSNI MUBARAK’s slide into history’s dustbin; and why EGYPTIANS are not waiting for OBAMA and the UNITED NATIONS on 2 pages of CLASS.EVENTS:Festival of African Arts and Culture (FESTAC) -USA comes to the great city of Houston, the weekend of February 18, 2011. The leader of the group FLORENCE MKPARU and the event organizers visited USAfrica & CLASSmagazine’s editorial headquarters for a special feature/interview. They speak on the mission, goals and scope of the event wt pictures.
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