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14 Aug
Contrary to emerging philosophy that seeks to even out roles between men and women in a household, some group of women professionals have opined that for effective running of the family, a man remains a leader, while a woman supports.
17 Jul
Every child is born a genius. How are you helping your child discover, harness and develop his or her skills? You probably do not think your child is a genius because you are measuring...
17 Jul
In order to remain fit mentally and physically, Nigerian women have been advised not to bottle up worries and stress, but engage in relaxing activities and give themselves some time off to refresh and bounce back to good health.
3 Jul
Musical and acting talents Waje, Elvina Ibru and Ufuoma McDermott were among the six women who delivered brilliant musical and dance numbers, whilst telling the stories of the characters at the MTN Foundation sponsored Flower, the Musical.
3 Jul
Stakeholders across different sectors and Civil Service Organisations (CSOs) have pointed out the need for urgent reforms to be made to the 2007 Protection Against Domestic Violence Law, saying that since the law was enacted years ago.....
19 Jun
Chimamanda Adichie’s website crashed for a few hours this week when she published an eloquent takedown of cancel culture where she discussed two former students who’ve accused her of transphobia.
29 May
Blink, and we’ve almost through the first part of the year. I don’t know about you but for the last few weeks, I’ve been having similar conversations with people – “Would you believe it’s almost June?”
29 May
Emotional Intelligence is important for parents when it comes to raising their children to become well-rounded individuals. It takes in the characteristics of the child, the family dynamics, parenting style and so much more.
15 May
In furtherance of her efforts to end violence against women and girls especially at the grassroots communities, a non-governmental organisation, Initiative for Women and Girls Right Advancement (IWOGRA), has called on religious and traditional leaders...
15 May
Taraba state office of the National Directorate of Employment (NDE) has commenced training for three hundred and fifty two women and youths on both Basic and Advance National Open Apprenticeship Scheme (NOAS).
8 May
It started in the university in 2012 when the crisis in Borno State was at its peak. We had influx of displaced people, mainly women and kids, sleeping by our university gates and some find their way to the hostel...
8 May
Sibling rivalry is an unhealthy competition between children born of the same parents. It is also a seemingly insignificant matter, like a two-year old asking his mum to put down his younger sibling...

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