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9 Oct
Despite the Child Rights Act domesticated in 21 states of the federation, child Labour, early marriages, sexual and gender-based violence, including low literacy rate, especially among girls, are still in practice particularly in low-income families.
9 Oct
Around mid-afternoon on Monday, I reached out for my phone in between meetings and another day of working from home – in those late afternoon hours where post-lunch energy slump hits and any form of mental stimulation...
2 Oct
A serial entrepreneur, mentor and coach to women across spheres, Kiki Okewale is the CEO of Hope by Kiki Okewale, a Lagos-based fashion outfit.
11 Sep
To ensure that schoolgirls are free from cervical cancer, which is a leading cause of death among women, the Rotary International District 9110 comprising members in Lagos and Ogun states have embarked on a vaccination exercise to tackle this cause.
11 Sep
However, not all lawyers can multi-task and deliver successfully both ways, but Toyin Ndidi Taiwo-Ojo is breaking boundaries in her profession as a lawyer and human rights activist.
11 Sep
DO you remember where you were on 9/11? More importantly were you even here? It was the year my dad had died, incidentally the same year I’d met Mr O. It would yet be another year before we began dating, another two before I resigned and applied for a full-time job. It was early adulthood,…
28 Aug
Do you scroll through Linkedin and seem to find majority of the articles shared are on leadership? It seems like in a world where there’s a distinct void of good leadership, in a time we need it more than ever, we are all preoccupied by the questions of what makes a good leader or how to become one.
28 Aug
Keeping clean as a form of personal hygiene is the most important reason to care for the body. Everyone needs to keep clean, especially children.
14 Aug
“I tried to spend less time on social media. I did a deep cleansing of my social feed. I muted a lot of people. It wasn’t in a mean way, but when I was opening my feed, I felt bombarded; I didn’t feel like I had ownership .....
7 Aug
“This may sound strange, but your child needs some boredom. It is a very important aspect of a child’s development and it should not be avoided completely.
7 Aug
For over a week now, fires have been raging on, ravaging the green landscape, wildlife and local dwellings in the western and Mediterranean regions of my homeland Turkey.
30 Jul
Nigeria’s participation in this year’s edition of 2020 Olympics has been trailed by controversies and hullabaloo over some athletes’ disqualification to participate based on failure to complete the three-out-of-competition tests, the failure of the out-of-competition anti-doping test by Blessing Okagbare and other sundry matters. Some have blamed the challenges on the incompetence of the Federal…
24 Jul
I am blessed with two amazing parents, Dr. Tim Menakaya and late Chief Magistrate, Ann Menakaya. My childhood recollections of my father include him entertaining a group of prominent people....

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Kanye West has legally changed his name to Ye after a Los Angeles court approved his application. The U.S rapper formally requested to change his name to Ye (pronounced "yay") in August after filing legal documents - citing "personal reasons" for the name change. He has now successfully dropped his full name - Kanye Omari…
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Microsoft co-founder Bill Gates, whose departure from the tech giant in 2020 followed revelations of an affair with an employee 20 years before, had already been warned in 2008 over emails to a female staff member that were deemed inappropriate. According to reporting by the Wall Street Journal that was confirmed to AFP by a…
45 mins ago
As we draw closer to the end of 2021, the COVID-19 pandemic is still a big concern, and its continuing effects on our food systems remain as real as ever. As more people are threatened with slipping into food insecurity, Africa’s demand for food is growing. In Sub-Saharan Africa, the United Nations (UN) projects population…
1 hour ago
Premier League clubs have voted to temporarily block teams from striking lucrative deals with businesses that have links to their club's owners after the Saudi Arabia-backed takeover of Newcastle. The Guardian newspaper reported 18 clubs voted in favour of the ban at an emergency meeting on Monday, with Newcastle voting against and Manchester City abstaining.…
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North Korea fired a suspected submarine-launched ballistic missile into the sea on Tuesday, the South's military said, the nuclear-armed country's latest advance in weapons technology and one that could give it a second-strike capability. The test came with both Koreas building up their weapons capabilities in what could become an arms race on the peninsula,…