Oluwaseun Temitayo-Ojo of Igbobi College, Yaba and Ekemini Effiong-Robert of The African Church Model College, Ifako Agege, in Lagos, have emerged overall winners
The future of Nigeria is tied to today’s children, who will one day be making the decisions that will shape the country – their families, communities, work places and government at all levels.
Pitiably, the nation’s duty bearers are still lamenting the plight of Nigerian children, instead of presenting positive score cards! This is particularly shameful given that it is 58 years after the country started celebrating Children’s Day, having started on May 27, 1964.
As part of activities to celebrate the Children’s Day on May 27, the Ladies Section of Dolphin Golf Club, Navy Town Ojoo, Lagos, led by Mrs. Onwuegbu Bose Ngozi, engaged children in a funfilled
President Muhammadu Buhari has called on states’ governors and other stakeholders to join hands in rescuing Nigerian children, who are out of school and roaming the streets.
Lagos State Governor, Babajide Sanwo-Olu, yesterday stressed that the government, parents and guardians owe children a duty to ensure that their dreams and aspirations are realised through
Child molestation, abuse, kidnapping and murder have become commonplace in Nigeria; hence, there is a need for the stakeholders across the country to rise up to these challenges.
Makayla Malaka, a young singer who debuted in the music industry in 2019, has reached yet another milestone with the release of her first book, 'The African Princess,' on Children's Day in Nigeria. The book is a magnificent tale of hope, love, courage, and the value of the girl child in a male-dominated society, and…
President Muhammadu Buhari, again, yesterday, assured Nigerian kids of his administration’s zeal to tirelessly work for a bright future for them.
Leading indigenous oil and gas production company, Platform Petroleum Limited, has felicitated with Nigerian pupils on the occasion of this year’s Children’s Day celebration.
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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 2021
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.