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4 Sep
The Director-General of the National Information Technology Development Agency (NITDA), Mallam Kashifu Inuwa Abdullahi, has charged Nigerian children to emulate technological innovators
17 Jan
The world has evolved into a global village, making its inhabitants try and catch up with it. Nigeria amidst the change is still behind schedule. Meeting Taiyemise and Samuel will give you a rude awakening, they were paned through the questions with responses like adults. Their replies and composure were not expected of kids their…
27 Aug 2017
Raheemah Mohammed is one of Nigeria’s kid Entrepreneurs, she’s passionate about making friends and making her family look beautiful. Still deeply rooted in the Nigerian fashion...

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