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The girl-child and challenge of toilet facilities in public schools

The girl-child and challenge of toilet facilities in public schools

By Anthonia Soyingbe /  Snr. Reporter, Lagos. 16 year-old Anjola Olude (not real names) is a SSS2 student of  Igboora High School located in Ibarapa South Local Government of Oyo State.…

It’s time to abolish widows’ rites –Awoh

It’s time to abolish widows’ rites –Awoh

Not everyone could survive her experience, but over a decade after, she had a sweet story to tell women that suffered similar fate because she once walked the road and…

FG should exchange Boko Haram detainees for Chibok girls –Iloh

FG should exchange Boko Haram detainees for Chibok girls –Iloh

General Overseer of Soul Winning Chapel, Ebute-Metta, Lagos, Rev. Dr. Moses Iloh, is not happy with state of affairs in the Nigerian nation. In this interview with ARAMIDE OIKELOME and…

Why early detection is key in breast cancer prevention

Why early detection is key in breast cancer prevention

By Yinka Shokunbi Veronica Okafor is a 30-year-old three-year breast cancer survivor. It was in 2008 when she first noticed a lump in her left breast and thought it was…

I didn’t believe in my music till it sold 50,000 copies in one day –Burna Boy

I didn’t believe in my music till it sold 50,000 copies in one day –Burna Boy

Burna Boy’s, real name Damini Ogulu, hails from Mbiama in Ahoda West Local Government Area in Rivers State. When he hit the Nigerian music scene with his first two single,…

Beasts of No Nation

Beasts of No Nation

Author: Uzodinma Iweala Reviewer: Ogaga Okuyade Publisher: Harper Perrenial No of pages: 176 Agu, the protagonist of the narrative, begins as a young boy growing up in a provincial locale…

Awilo returns with Bundele

Awilo returns with Bundele

The fact that music is a universal language has proven to be true time and again regardless which language or instrument used in rendering it. Senegalese music superstar, Salif Keita’s…

NAFDAC faults computer diagnosis technology available in Nigeria

By Yinka Shokunbi Till date, adulterated and counterfeited drugs remain a major problem in Nigeria and solving it is the greatest challenge facing the National Agency for Food and Drugs…

Ramadan is for reformation of character –Lawal

By Aramide Oikelome Snr Correspondent, Lagos The National President, Islamic Progressive Association of Nigeria (IPAN), Sheikh (Chief) Abdul-Rahman Adegboyega-Lawal, has said that the Worldwide Muslims Ramadan in this month is one…

Apostolic Faith holds annual camp meeting

By Aramide Oikelome, Snr Correspondent, Lagos The District Superintendent, West Africa and Central Africa (WECA) of the Apostolic Faith Church, Rev Emmanuel Adebayo, has announced that the three-week 2014 annual camp…

Touching Lives Initiative makes the difference

By Yinka Shokunbi On daily basis there are countless number of Nigerians who are passing through agonising moments especially through their poor health status and there are millions more who…

Artistes and comedians gear up for Yaw’s PO

Yawnaija Entertainment, led by multi-talented OAP, actor and producer, Steve Onu, popularly known as Yaw, have announced a new stage play performance known as PO! for the month of August.…

Ramadan lessons for Muslim faithful

By Aramide Oikelome and Chinyere Abiaziem, Lagos To all Muslim faithful, Ramadan is a period of cleansing and rebirth. It is considered a period of rebirth and repentance from evil deeds. Every…

Drug manufacturers condemn ceaseless strikes

By Yinka Shokunbi Local drug manufacturers have condemned the uncompromising stands of the nation’s health workers over series of strike, saying the drug industry is made to suffer setbacks. The…

The Affected Disaffections of Charles Lescaux

By James Metcalf He went to parties where he saw his brothers and parents, and although he spoke to them with the somewhat supercilious air that he now affected with…

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