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International Youth Day

18 Aug 2017
This year’s International Youth Day, which was commemorated on August 12, 2017, with the theme “Youth Building Peace” has come and gone.
13 Aug 2017
Speaking at the event, United Nations Resident and Humanitarian coordinator for Nigeria, Mr. Edward Kallon, said: “This year, the theme for International Youth Day is ‘Youth Building Peace.’
12 Aug 2017
Young people, or the youth, are agents of change and critical actors in the prevention of conflict in Nigeria. The youth also have the power to sustain peaceful partnerships between stakeholders. This is why, on this day, the theme of International Youth Day is "Youth Building Peace". This day is dedicated to celebrating the contribution…
12 Aug 2017
Globally, youths have made and are still making marks in various fields of human endeavour including leadership. In developed countries, they are true leaders of today and tomorrow...
18 Aug 2016
As part of the International Youth Day celebrations, youth leaders have called for greater investments in health to achieve the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).Over 200 youth leaders converged on the Unity Fountain in Abuja....
12 Aug 2016
The Nigeria Labour Congress (NLC) on Friday in Abuja urged the Federal Government to fulfil its promise on job creation and youths employment in the country.

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Some eminent Lagos State indigenes have advised Governor Babajide Sanwo- Olu to shelve the proposed peace walk billed for this month.
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The Association of Residents Doctors (ARD), Federal Capital Territory (FCT), urged the Federal Government to re-enforce the national guidelines for COVID-19, to secure the nation and Nigerians against the dreaded Omicron variants.
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The Court of Appeal, Akure Division, has upturned the life imprisonment sentence against the Founder of Sotitobire Praising Chapel, Akure, Prophet Babatunde Alfa, over the mysterious disappearance of a child in his church.
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The National Human Rights Commission (NHRC) has enjoined public and private sectors to ensure full implementation of and adherence to legal framework and policies put in place to promote accessibility and equal participation of persons with disabilities in the workplace and life.
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In Enugu, one thing that is not in short supply is the existence of recreational parks. They are strategically located such that if well managed could serve as alternative source of revenue as well as boost the state’s tourism potentials.