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Exploring Nigeria’s population for national prosperity
How can Nigeria’s population be explored for national prosperity? What lessons can the country learn from the Asian Tigers? These are some of the posers that stakeholders in reproductive healthcare are throwing up.
Nine things Obama will be remembered for
If historians were to write only one thing about Barack Hussein Obama, they would likely note that -- 143 years after slavery was abolished -- a young Illinois senator became the first black president of the United States.
Experts canvass stakeholders’ commitment to protection of women, children from violence
As the fight against all forms of violence on women and children enters another stage, experts are convinced that concerted efforts and commitment of stakeholders will help the United Nations to achieve its Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).
How Abuja’s switchover rekindles hope in Nigeria’s digitisation process
The arrays of personalities from government circle, corporate world and broadcast industry was led by President Muhammadu Buhari, represented by the Vice President, Yemi Osinbajo.
The content contest: Everything you know about everything has changed – Thank God
What did Falz use to make this miracle happen? The fact is: we don’t have a name for it yet.
Challenge of combing Niger Delta creeks, Gulf of Guinea with ‘Eagle Eye’
The task of protecting Nigeria’s maritime area, where a large chunk of the country’s revenue comes from, is, no doubt, herculean, as bunkering activities ...
Concerns over displacement effect of a development bank bill
Indeed, known directly by its numerous beneficiaries, and by reputation, the BoI comes across as a popular brand in Nigeria and overseas.
The ‘largest crisis on the continent’ is happening in Nigeria, to Nigerians
The ongoing crisis in Northeast Nigeria has been described by the UN as “the largest crisis on the African continent.” According to Oxfam, there are currently 1.2 million ...