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3 Sep
Founder of Emotions City, an emotional intelligence centre, Oyinkansola Alabi, is set to release a documentary and a comic book that addresses mental health issues.
17 Jul 2022
The Bauchi State Commissioner for Education, Dr. Aliyu Tilde, has disclosed that 700, out of the 1,000 women, that were trained in partnership with the United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF), failed Mathematics
3 Apr 2022
Search was underway Sunday to locate a light aircraft with two people on board that disappeared over the English Channel, the French coastguard said.
6 Jul 2021
Italy and Spain meet in a blockbuster first semi-final at Euro 2020 before an expected crowd of 60,000 at Wembley on Tuesday as anticipation builds ahead of host nation England's last-four tie
7 Apr 2021
There is a growing trend in Nigeria whereby people shift from using their native language to using English, widely perceived as the language of power, global access, and unlimited opportunities.
22 Jun 2020
It is an undisputed fact that the Hausa, Igbo and Yoruba ethnic groups are the largest ethnic groups in Nigeria.
27 Feb 2020
The question for many of our young people today is: what is your passion? How can you take the skills that you have, and add value to the world around you?
10 Nov 2019
Arrangements have reached conclusive stages for the sixth conference of the Nigerian Oral Literature Association (NOLA) holding in Obafemi Awolowo University, Ile-Ife from November 13 to 16, 2019.
28 Jul 2019
Wole left University College, Ibadan, for the University of Leeds in 1954 in quest of the full honours in English. The decision to pursue the honours programme, which was not available at Ibadan at the time, must have been considered at once visionary and courageous, especially given Wole’s strong interests in creative writing.
7 Jul 2019
Pan-Africanism and the Forging of a New African Identity in the 21st Century was the theme of the 2019 conference organised by the Centre for Black and African Arts and Civilisation (CBAAC). The two-day conference, which held recently in Abuja, in collaboration with the Department of History and Diplomatic Studies, University of Abuja, brought together…
10 Feb 2019
A couple of days ago, I was watching Guy Ritchie’s sophomore movie Snatch (2000), the brilliant follow up to his fantastic directorial debut Lock Stock and Two Smoking Barrels (1998). Being one of my favourite films, it wasn’t the first time of watching. Aside the great dialogue, insane sequences and incredibly memorable characters with bizarre…
16 Oct 2018
A society that is governed by the reasoning that people ought to be paid for their qualifications rather than the worth of their services is doomed. This is what I mean: qualification is normally the testament of ability. But where the majority now have the qualifications with no expertise to match, then the purpose of…

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Ukraine threatened Thursday to boycott the 2024 Olympics in Paris if Russian and Belarusian athletes are allowed to take part, a prospect described as "unacceptable" by the country's sports minister.
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Premier League strugglers Southampton signed Luton defender James Bree for a reported fee of £750,000 ($930,000) on Thursday.
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The Minister of Defence, Major General Bashir Salihi Magashi (rtd), has commended the Nigerian Air Force (NAF) for its readiness to support the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) to airlift its staff and logistics before, during and after the 2023 general elections.
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As the deadline to phase out old naira notes draws closer, the Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN), has appealed to people living in rural communities to visit POS super agents and open bank accounts to avoid the loss of their money.
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Nigerian feminists group has urged the federal government and the Nigerian military to stop the alleged forced abortions and killing of children by security forces in the North East, Nigeria.