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14 Apr 2019
Since colonial era, women have played crucial role in national development. The late Chief (Mrs.) Olufunmilayo Ransome-Kuti led the Egba women protest while the late Margaret Ekpo was at the forefront of Aba women riot in 1929. However, in spite of success recorded in the decolonisation of Nigeria, their call for equal opportunity and inclusion…
27 Mar 2019
A foremost development communication non-governmental organisation, ARDA, which has over 20 years experience of changing norms and behaviours through drama and entertainment, is excited to celebrate International Women’s Month with the production of The Wives’ Revolt, a stage play by the literary icon, Prof. John Pepper Clark. Oxygen Concepts will give a command performance of…
2 Feb 2017
After a swell outing with his pan Africa film, ‘The CEO’, popular Nigerian filmmaker, Kunle Afolayan is back with a set of three films, sponsored by Multichoice Nigeria.

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