As Nigeria joins the rest of the world to mark World Hypertension Day (WHD) today, recent figures suggest that more than 76.2 million Nigerians are living with hypertension and many more are expected to develop the disease, alongside its complications of stroke, kidney damage, heart attack, erectile dysfunction, and ultimately sudden death if the condition is not properly treated.
It is no longer news that Nigerian youths agitate for their rights with some in various parts of the country crying of being grossly marginalised, particularly by the older generation who form the bulk of the country's leaders.
With less than 48 hours to the Presidential and National Assembly election, a political action organisation focused on recruiting, training, and managing young, credible and......
Over 655 athletes, representing 24 clubs from across the country, were at the Yaba College of Technology (YABATECH), on Sunday, to display their skills at the opening round of the four-leg Lagos Athletics Club Series.
Nigeria currently has only 24,000 licensed medical doctors available in the country, less than 10 percent of the number needed to meet a WHO recommendation. Nigeria is also experiencing this 'brain drain' across several other sectors including technology, teaching, engineering and manufacturing. Sharing his thoughts and possible solutions to the issue, Tech Entrepreneur, Wale Kuku…
A survey conducted by researchers on 800 randomly selected young people in the country indicated that 95 per cent of the respondents believed that Nigeria does not value its youth. 87.9 per cent agreed that Nigerian youths are alienated from the Nigerian project..
The American Assistant Secretary of State for African Affairs, Molly Phee, Nigerian comedian, Ayo Makun popularly known as AY, BBNaija Season 5 winner, Olamilekan Agbeleshe, also known as Laycon and dancer, Kafayat Oluwatoyin Shafau, popularly known by her stage name Kaffy...
Nigerian youths call on political candidates to share plans to address mass unemployment and failing healthcare
As the countdown to the 2023 general election continues, Nigerian youth are calling on candidates at all levels to run issue-based campaigns and share their plans to transform the country for inclusive growth through job creation and healthcare strengthening. This call comes as The ONE Campaign launches "Vote Your Future 2.0," a nonpartisan governance campaign…
The Presidential Candidate of the All Progressives Congress (APC), Asiwaju Bola Tinubu, has assured Nigerian youths that they will play key roles in steering the affairs of his administration if he is given the mandate to lead the country.
President Muhammadu Buhari, in the course of the week, said the Ajaokuta Steel Complex would provide 500,000 estimated jobs for Nigerian youths.
3 Dec 2022
In this interview with CHIJIOKE IREMEKA, he says though the Federal Government appreciates the fundamental value of Nigerian Diaspora remittances currently at almost $35 billion yearly, the government has not been adequately informed
22 Oct 2022
The Ooni of Ife, Oba Adeyeye Enitan Ogunwusi, has appealed to Nigerian youths not to lose hope in the country, saying the current challenges confronting the nation would be surmounted.