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11 Aug 2020
About 20 visually-impaired fellows were, at the weekend, empowered during a virtual leadership and technology boot-camp organised by Initiative for National Growth Africa (INGA) in partnership with Peace First Organisation.
13 Mar 2020
Ahead of the World Down Syndrome Day, marked every March 21, with this year’s theme as ‘We Decide’, the Initiative for National Growth Africa (INGA), also referred to as Special Needs Initiative for Growth..
29 May 2019
To mark the children’s day on Monday, Brainiacs STEM and Robotics celebrated kids with special needs by offering an immersive educational tour for children living with Down syndrome at the Down Syndrome Foundation Nigeria. The team of Brainiacs STEM and Robotics alongside its partners, which included Clifford Ajefo, Bisola and Racheal Inegbedion, engaged the kids…
4 Jan 2019
The Initiative for National Growth Africa (INGA) in partnership with Autism Awareness Place has called for a stop to stigmatisation of people suffering from mental disorder through inclusiveness and equal opportunities. This was the submission at the Autism Awareness & Inclusion Conference with the theme ‘Inclusion is the New Therapy,’ which took place at La…


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Pressure is growing on the European Central Bank to respond to rising inflation in the eurozone, as its counterparts in the United States and the United Kingdom signal willingness to take action.
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An FCT High Court sitting at Apo has discharged the former Director-General of the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC), Dr Mounir Gwarzo, from the offence of conferring unfair and corrupt advantage on himself.
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The Nigeria Centre for Disease Control (NCDC) has reported 165 new infections and 26 additional deaths from the coronavirus pandemic on Sunday.
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Colombia's government announced Sunday it is working towards extraditing the country's most-wanted drug trafficker "Otoniel" to the United States, a day after he was captured in a major operation in the jungle.
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An avalanche Sunday on a snow-capped Ecuadoran volcano, the highest peak in the country, killed at least three climbers and left three others missing, officials reported. The avalanche struck a group of 16 mountaineers while at an altitude of 6,100 meters (20,000 feet) on the dormant Chimborazo volcano, according to responders. "There are three missing…