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5 Jun
Six Nigerian students have made country proud in an International Children Festival of Arts Competition held in Poland.
5 Jun
Emmanuel Eni, popularly known as Blackman in European Kitchen, has called on the government to see war as ruthless enemy of the state.
29 May
The 12-year old Kanye Tagbo Okeke recently exhibited over 20 pieces of paintings at the Orisun Gallery, Abuja. Although the young artist had exhibited locally and internally, the recent outing dazzled the audience,
27 May
We often neglect the extent to which the journey to adulthood is long and complex. Today, more than ever before, young people are facing inordinate challenges that render their coming of age more arduous than generations before them. Because of these rising challenges, it has become imperative that we engage more consciously with young people…
26 May
Recently, a host of art enthusiasts and entrepreneurs gathered at Coronation Art Gallery on Amodu Ojikutu Street, Victoria Island, Lagos for the facility’s launch, as well as its opening show titled, When art is a big deal.
26 May
As custodian of the country’s cultural heritage and the institution of government saddled with the responsibility of popularising the cherished values, the National Council for Arts and Culture is deeply disturbed by the alarming rate ...
26 May
For the author of Horror of an African Woman (Volumes One and Two), Chima Nwachukwu, it is high time African women woke up from their slumber and fulfil their destinies.
26 May
The online African marketplace for arts and advisory, Aworanka, has partnered with Friends of Azerbaijan, a Nigerian non-profit organisation, to promote social and cultural exchange between Azerbaijan and Africa...
22 May
It has become customary for the global community to mark World IP Day on the 26th of April every year to pay tribute to the power of creativity and innovation in the flourishing of human society.
21 May
Acclaimed environmentalist, Dr. Newton Jibunoh, has revealed the reason behind building a garden after Nelson Mandela in Asaba, the Delta State capital.
15 May
Over the years, music, poetry and spoken word have been categorised as performing art alongside theatre. In fact, the Welsh word, cerdd, can be translated as either ‘verse’ or ‘music’.
15 May
The U.S. government is committed to strengthening the cultural ties between it and Nigeria through music, arts, film, cultural heritage, professional and educational exchanges.

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Kaduna State Commissioner for Ministry Human Services and Social Development, Hafsat Baba, has disclosed that the state recorded over 300 cases of Gender-Based Violence (GBV) since inception of Governor Nasir el-Rufai’s administration.
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National Judicial Council (NJC) has reinstated Justice Rita Ofili-Ajumogobia as a judge of the Federal High Court.
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The Vice Chancellor, Igbinedion University, Okada (IUO), Prof. Lawrence Ezemonye, has called on Nigerians, particularly youths to embrace digital skills to make Nigeria a destination for creative tech talents in Africa.
12 mins ago
In line with its commitment to advance local dairy development in Nigeria, Arla Foods, makers of Dano Milk, has empowered smallholder dairy farmers in Kaduna with training and funding through the Advancing Local Dairy Development in Nigeria (ALDDN) programme.
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Nigerian Sovereign Investment Authority (NSIA) will launch the maiden edition of the NSIA Prize for Innovation Programme (NPI) on Saturday, December 10.