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28 Aug 2018
The dreams of Nigeria’s world technovation girls have been given a nudge as their home state government yesterday offered support for their education, up to university level. The six girls of the Regina Pacies (Catholic) Secondary School, Onitsha — Jessica Osita, Promise Nnalue, Nwabuaku Ossai, Adaeze Onuigbo, Vivian Okoye and Igboke Oluebube Miracle — who…

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