‘Stateless in Nigeria’: A woman’s dilemma
From the beginning of time, women have played varying roles, albeit behind the scenes in most instances, in shaping matters of foreign relations. Maids, domestic workers, female diplomats, women married to diplomats, mistresses...
Individuals, organisations, and government agencies must aggressively pursue programmes directed at increasing girl child rights, privileges, and opportunities
I have always been very passionate about education and specifically early years, with my mother being the proprietor of a Nursery...
Becky Damilola Oke:‘I went into estate management to impact humanity’
Becky Damilola Oke is the Managing Director/Chief Executive Officer of Bstan Group, an Abuja-based estate development firm. Beyond providing shelter through her company that has over 120 administrative staff and numerous other skill workers at construction
‘Right from age 15, I knew I was going to end up a journalist’
Someone once said, “Setting goals is turning the invisible into the visible.” Being totally in love with your goals is one of the most beautiful things any human can do for his/her self.
Maya Oluwafemi: ‘Women have to make deliberate effort to maximise their personal finances’
Logic and critical thinking have always fascinated me, even as a child. You know, science takes abstract concepts and then turns them into proven theorems after a series of logical experiments.
Tolulope Arotile… Salute to super woman who broke glass ceiling
When news of the death of Nigeria’s first female combat helicopter pilot, Tolulope Arotile, filtered in on Tuesday evening, it was received with shock, especially for the womenfolk. According to the Nigerian Air Force....
Easy money syndrome...
When it was reported that the police authority beamed their torchlight on E-Money, some people’s reaction was like, “Why did he show himself too much?”
Yil Fomwul-Gonsum: There’s gross imbalance in the barbaric treatment meted on widows
A filmmaker by profession, Yil Fomwul-Gonsum’s passion for social change and community development led her to establish Saphira Global Center, a non-profit organisation that focuses on creating opportunities and working to improve the lives of vulnerable women in her society.
My dad taught me about menstruation and puberty from age 9
The Non-profits sector has contributed immensely to the growth and advancement of many development projects. It has also been the source of solace during this uncertain time in the world, with many donating palliatives and complimenting the work of Government...