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16 Jan 2019
The maiden arts and culture expo organised by National Commission for Museums and Monuments (NCMM), in collaboration with Active Projectile Ltd., headed by Adesola Oyinloye-Ndu, has ended. The Public Private Partnership initiative, which aimed at protecting and projecting the country’s heritage, held from December 10, 2018, to January 4, 2019, in 15 museums across the country. With,…
23 Sep 2018
Blessed with several destinations suitable for tourism including, museums, natural sites, art galleries and beaches, Nigeria’s tourism potential still remains untapped.
12 May 2018
As the world becomes more digitalised and parents and guardians become busier, bullying amongst children is on the increase. How do you know your child is being bullied or is in fact the bully?
28 Oct 2017
The Award winning organisation, Active Projectile, recently held the maiden edition of its Women Empowerment Programme, which was free for women of all levels and backgrounds.
5 Aug 2017
In a bid to fight bullying amongst young children in Lagos, a group, Active Projective, recently launched its anti-bullying campaign, in collaboration with NTA2.

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The Nigeria Security and Civil Defence Corps (NSCDC) in Cross River has paraded three suspects conveying 6,000 litres of illegally refined diesel and kerosene into the state concealed in sack bags.
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The Italian Football Federation (FIGC) has opened an investigation into a series of suspicious transfers, according to Italian media reports on Wednesday.
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The World Bank said Wednesday it has suspended aid to Sudan following the military takeover that deposed the prime minister.
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Tunisia's top media authority on Wednesday ordered the closure of Nessma TV channel, founded by former presidential candidate Nabil Karoui who is detained in Algeria.