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Indecent Dressing

20 May 2020
A nurse treating coronavirus patients has been photographed wearing just lingerie under her transparent PPE. The unnamed Russian woman was working on a Covid-19 ward, treating only male patients in a hospital in Tula according to a report by The Mirror. The image quickly went viral, as she can be seen wearing matching black bra…
12 Dec 2019
Nigeran undergraduates have embraced fashion trends that appear a little extravagant for students who are supposed to be certified worthy in character and learning upon graduation.
2 May 2019
Academic scholarship is waning in many Nigerian universities as students and teachers are caught in the web of corruption and cheating. Thrown into that mix is the burden of deciding for students what they wear and when, writes Head, Education Desk, IYABO LAWAL. Like a caryatid, the bent figure revealed rotund buttocks as the transparent…
20 Aug 2017
In spite of campaigns against indecent dressing among youths in the society, the malaise has persisted. It is a common sight to see some young persons practically going naked, all in the name of being ‘trendy,’ but which actually looks like a deliberate exposure of one’s body to the public.


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Niger Delta Integrity Group (NDIG) has taken a swipe at Rita Lori-Ogbebor for throwing up “inaccurate, unfounded claims with the aim of misleading the public” by making “in her usual style...
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On the 30th of July 2022, to celebrate the launch of its exclusive new fragrance, Emporio Armani treated guests in Lagos, Nigeria to an evening immersed in delights that evoked the sensual and powerful signature of the ‘Stronger With You OUD’ perfume.
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Princess of pop Britney Spears will join forces with music maestro Elton John on a new single, the record company releasing the track said Monday.
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England centre-back Conor Coady has joined Everton on a season-long loan from Premier League rivals Wolves, it was announced on Monday.
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The Nigeria Customs Service, on Monday, said that the electronic auction (e-auction) platform is functional and remains the only authentic means of auctioning goods to members of the public.