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21 Feb 2020
A non-governmental organisation, Educating Nigerian Girls in New Enterprises (ENGINE) has partnered the Lagos State government to improve learning outcomes of over 5,000 young women between the age of 17 and 24 in five local government councils in the state. The programme manager, Francesca Adeola Olusola said during a visit to the office of the…
10 Dec 2019
Mercy Corps, has called on federal and state governments to establish special courts for hearing of rape cases in the country.

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