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24 May 2021
A British fashion brand has come under criticism on social media for trademarking "Yoruba," the name of an ethnic group in West Africa. Timbuktu, an outdoor clothing brand based in northern England, filed to trademark the word "Yoruba" in 2015, records from the UK's Intellectual Property Office show. But the registration sparked anger on Sunday when…
23 May 2020
My passion comes from wanting to pass on my language to my children. Seven years ago, when I had my first child, I discovered that there were very few resources/avenues available to teach children Yoruba and so...
10 Nov 2018
Culturetree Centre, a creative space dedicated to preserving and promoting African languages, arts and culture for Africans especially Nigerians living in London, recently threw its doors open amidst pomp and fanfare. Gbemisola Isimi, CEO and Founder of CultureTree told The Guardian that the centre would be the desired destination for Africans looking to learn how…

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The Labour Party (LP) candidate for House of Representatives in Ogbaru Federal Constituency, Anambra State, Victor Ogene, has cried out to the National Emergency Management Agency ...
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The BRT operation is guided by the BRT regulations, which prescribe what constitutes an infringement on the BRT lane. Except for franchised operators, for whose purpose and services the BRT lanes...
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United Nations Children Fund (UNICEF), in collaboration with United Purpose (UP), has commenced campaign in Cross River communities towards boosting school enrolment, immunisation, antenatal programmes, general sanitation and others.
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Edo State Government has vowed to prosecute individuals who harass and attack its officials in the line of duty, noting that such attacks will no longer be condoned.
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National Coordinator, Association of People Living with Sickle Cell Disorder, Mrs. Aisha Maduagwu, has urged intending couples to be conscious of their genotype status before entering into marriage...