Amazing Amazon initiative sensitises women on domestic violence
The Speakers didn’t let them down. They were at their best! They were passionate and selfless in sharing and teaching. They were more than happy to impact and they were more than willing to impart!
Nigeria@56: The evolution of Nigerian fashion since independence
From the 1960's till early 90’s, Nigeria was very much influenced by the European fashion, and more specifically British fashion since the British colonized us.
Finding love is not hard work at all. We often think that to find love, deserve love, and to keep love, we need to be a certain way, impress a certain way, or prove our worthiness a certain way.
Lessons from BPSR's new reform strategies for MDAs
The new strategies being put in place by the Bureau of Public Service Reforms [BPSR] to reposition operations in the federal government Ministries, Departments and Agencies [MDA s] at the lowest costs are commendable.
The audacity of breaking new grounds
I am Omoni Oboli and I represent Naija! The 41st edition of the Toronto International Film Festival (TIFF) has begun! This is so exciting, especially when our very own Nigerian movie industry is the centre of attraction.
I was on my way to Aunty Titi’s house in Ogudu and I was scared. Since my visit to Emeka’s house and his shocking revelation to me, I had been in what I could only describe as a trance.
‘People should be made accountable for their actions’
Sexual violence is not only a violation of a child’s right but a violation of our collective psyche as human beings. And it is a global reality that cuts across ethnic and religious or racial divides.