Tuesday, 27th September 2022
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8 Sep
The Advocacy for Alleged Witches (AfAW) deplores the torture and dehumanising treatment of Mrs. Amarachi Okechi from Umueghu in Amaegbuato, autonomous community, Nkpa Bende Local Government, Abia State.
25 Aug 2021
The Advocacy for Alleged Witches (AfAW) commends the Minister for Civic Education and National Unity, Mr. Timothy Pagonachi Mtambo for the efforts to combat violations and mob violence linked to witchcraft beliefs in Malawi.
12 Apr 2021
The Advocacy for Alleged Witches (AfAW) urges the Nigerian government to sanction clerics who are spreading misinformation about the COVID-19 vaccine.
17 Feb 2020
Foremost humanist, Dr. Leo Igwe, has unveiled the Advocacy for Alleged Witches (AfAW) to end witch hunting and witch persecution in the country...


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The Independent Electoral Commission (INEC) in Kwara has issued the guidelines on the commencement of campaigns for the 2023 general election...
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Running a business in Nigeria comes with its own set of challenges. Every organisation must keep accurate sales, inventory, and company expenses records to ensure they have the correct information to make critical decisions.  Tracking company expenses is particularly important as poor expense management is one of the leading causes of business mortality.  But unfortunately,…
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Lebanon's parliament on Monday approved the 2022 budget, one of the conditions set by the International Monetary Fund to action a bailout for the crisis-stricken country.
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In less than three months since the release of his much anticipated sixth studio album, Love Damini, Burna Boy has once again blazed his way to a new record as he surpasses half a billion streams on Boomplay, the first artist to achieve this historic feat. The prominent music streaming and download service recently made…
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More than 75 people have been killed in the Iranian authorities' crackdown against unrest sparked by the death of Kurdish woman Mahsa Amini in morality police custody, a rights group said Monday.