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Nigerian children

16 Nov
A Non-Governmental Organisation (NGO) with interest in infant health and wellbeing, A Mother’s Love Initiative (AMLi), is collaborating to hold a stakeholders’ meeting on hurried child project.
27 Oct
New report released, yesterday, by an international child rights group, Save the Children, has revealed that 58 million Nigerian children live with the dual impacts of poverty and high climate risk.
23 Sep
A casual and cursory look at some of our national daily Newspapers of today confirm that the value of human life in Nigeria is next to nothing.
27 May 2021
The idea behind children’s Day celebration is alien to African history and tradition. Not that African child is not valued and regarded as precious gift from the almighty God, but it is believed there are limitations
30 Mar 2021
National tolerance can only be achieved when inspirational stories across the country are told to children at a formative stage, the proprietor of +234Express, John Adoga has said.
24 Mar 2021
The continuous abduction of students and the resultant closures of schools, especially in Northern Nigeria, relay one message for the country: Nigeria is heading towards civilisation doom.
22 Mar 2021
The United Nations Children’s Fund, UNICEF says no fewer than 26.5 million Nigerian Children do not have enough water to meet their daily needs and are experiencing high or extremely high water vulnerability.
1 Oct 2017
“Nigerian children’s future would be great if there is free education and books and other things are provided. Government should try to find solution to the problem of ethnicity in the country.”
1 Oct 2017
Security has become a thing of concern; children are being kidnapped everyday. I heard that big people in society are mostly sponsoring robbery, terrorism and other social ills.
1 Oct 2017
Irrespective of our various ethnic nationalities, we are all one Nigeria and will remain one forever. Security situation in Nigeria is not really bad, but we need to improve on it.
8 Sep 2017
I am not a doomsday prophetess, but a disaster is brewing menacingly under our noses and if we are not careful, our children whose futures we myopically think may be secured...

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