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9 Apr 2016
Cervical cancer is the second most widespread cancer in females in Nigeria with a mortality rate of 22.9 deaths per 100,000 women totalling about 10,000 deaths from cervical cancer in a year.
9 Apr 2016
“I felt disappointment, even saddened, I would say. Recently, a child of about three years of age played with me. She made funny faces while I did the same.
9 Apr 2016
Meet our Agony Aunt Ego. Like most women there are two sides to Ego. Let’s call her warm side Lady Ego the good girl who could very much be your pastor’s wife or the doting big sister you never had. She’s loving, level headed, polite, pleasant, always diplomatic, and sympathetic. She’s the voice of reason…
9 Apr 2016
Being a Nigerian woman is a mixture of different emotions. In some ways, our history continues to be written. We are on a journey.
2 Apr 2016
Nigeria abounds with the story of unknown and unsung women making impact and creating change in their respective communities and spheres of influence. With little or no resources...
2 Apr 2016
As a single lady, there are series of questions you tend to ask yourself while trying to figure out if the person you are dating is ‘The One’. I find that without the insight and guidance of a relationship counselor ...
2 Apr 2016
I was in an office not too long ago when an urgent task came up. After the usual scramble to have the task taken up and proving who could perform better under pressure, the superior officer selected a male...
2 Apr 2016
Like most women there are two sides to Ego. Let’s call her warm side Lady Ego the good girl who could very much be your pastor’s wife or the dotting big sister you never had.
2 Apr 2016
As we may have all noticed in recent times, raising children can be very demanding. We have all sorts of outside forces, seen and unseen competing for the attention of parents and children alike.
30 Mar 2016
WIMBIZ, a Nigeria-based non-profit organisation, has expressed its disappointment at the rejection of the Gender and Equal Opportunities Bill by the Nigerian Senate
26 Mar 2016
While doing the research for this article, I came across the Australian government’s Workplace Gender Equality Act 2012, and the provisions that it made for women in that country.
19 Mar 2016
Nigeria’s Senate recently threw out a proposed bill aimed at seeking equal rights for women. Women Rights activists say the bill was designed to promote women’s equality in Marriage

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The race by the major opposition Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) to win 25 states, up from the 13 it currently controls, began yesterday across the country with its shadow governorship elections...
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Former governor of Anambra State and erstwhile presidential aspirant on the platform of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP), Peter Obi, yesterday, resigned his membership of the party two days before its presidential primary.
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Ahead of the 75th World Health Assembly (WHA) scheduled for May 22-28, 2022, concerned groups led by Equity International Initiative (EII) have warned Nigeria and other sovereign nations not to sign up to proposed amendment...
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Industry leaders have called on the Federal Government to take swift and deliberate action to cushion the effects of the disruption in the global wheat market on Nigeria’s wheat value chain.
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Medical experts have made recommendations on how to reduce the burden of hypertension in Nigeria as well as identified diets that give best chance of living longer and healthier.