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girl child education

31 Mar 2018
Ever before now, the girl-child education in the North was not thriving as it was supposed to. This was due to several factors, majorly due to the Islamic traditions that often hamper the progression of the female folk.
3 Sep 2016
To further actualise the goals of Adolescent and Youth Friendly Health Programme (AYFHP) in Ondo State, the state government and some Civil Society Organisations (CSOs) have feted teenage twin authors.
26 Aug 2016
The UN Population Fund (UNFPA), said on Friday that it would scale-up its partnership with states and development partners to increase the level of girl-child enrolment in schools in Kaduna, Sokoto and Kebbi states.
14 Mar 2015
Done with the glamour and razzmatazz that come with wining the crown, Miss Niger Delta, Deborah Alfred Ibeinmo has revealed plans to strengthen her ongoing pet project on health. The dark-skinned model and native of Nembe Local Government of Bayelsa State hinted that she has concluded plans with the Niger Delta Development Commission (NDDC) in support of her pet project, which is centered on health development


In what has been a tough season for coaches and players, fans of the English Premier League have been entertained with wonder goals, dribbling, incredible passes, and unexpected comebacks.
The Independent Corrupt Practices and other related offences Commission (ICPC) has called on stakeholders to do all it takes to revive the lost societal values in the country and promote moral regeneration.
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As Lagos prepares for the 30th edition of National Festival of Arts and Culture (NAFEST) also known as the Unity Festival, Nigerians in Diaspora, as well as the people of Lagos, have called on Governor, Babajide Sanwo-Olu to seize the opportunity to draw global attention to the infrastructural development in the city of aquatic splendour.
5 mins ago
Lagos and nine other African cities have signed a declaration recognising clean air as human right.
6 mins ago
At this moment in time, long, hot traffic jams are becoming a thing in Ibadan. The folks who live in that city are half-proud of this congestion because it sorts of presents them with a shared experience with the too-cool-for-school Lagosians.