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Children’s Day

28 May
The FCT Minister of State, Dr Ramatu Aliyu, said on Friday in Abuja, that COVID-19 had negatively affected lives, homes and children in many ways.
28 May
The Ooni of Ife, Oba Adeyeye Ogunwusi, Ojaja II, has appealed to parents and guardians to add vocational and business skills to the formal education being given to their children in schools.
28 May
The National Association of Proprietors of Private Schools (NAPPS) has called on government at all levels to be vigilant and put in place safety measures to safeguard Nigerian children
27 May
It is unfortunate that students are victims of kidnapping in our country today. I use this year’s Children’s Day celebration to appeal to the government to see to the safety and protection of students.
27 May
As Nigeria joins the rest of the world to celebrate children, stakeholders have appealed to government to address issues of insecurity in the north and bridge learning gaps among school children in the zone.
25 May
Human Rights Writers Association of Nigeria (HURIWA) has decided to petition the United Nations Education, Scientific and Cultural Organisation (UNESCO) and the Secretary-General
31 May 2020
Despite the COVID-19 pandemic that necessitated the shutdown of schools and observance of social distancing, Kidpreneur Africa still celebrated this year’s Children’s Day in a unique style.
28 May 2020
Leaders including governors, lawmakers and other political office holders have canvassed better welfare, quality education, parental care and attention to guarantee the future of Nigerian children.
siblings
27 May 2020
There are many stereotypes that come with being the youngest child in the family although not always necessarily true. Considered the 'runt of the litter', the youngest siblings gets away with a lot and are always considered 'the baby of the family'. Keep reading for things you can relate to if you are the youngest…
27 May 2020
All is set for the online launch of five children’s books as part of activities in celebrating 2020 Children’s Day.
26 May 2020
Speaker of the House of Representatives has assured that he would not relent in pushing for the rights of the Nigerian child, including their inalienable right to a good education.
24 May 2020
Most of us have not seen our neighbours' children in two months. Adults agree it’s for their own good. But no one wants to ask, how do children really feel about this? For the first time, most children are prematurely learning what it means to face an uncertain future. Parents assume that children will understand…

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