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Here’s how an NGO is offering hope to children with down syndrome, other disabilities in Sokoto

By Abdulrasheed Hammad Valerie O Aihimegbe, a 16-year-old girl with Down syndrome, was enrolled in a private school in Sokoto alongside people without disabilities. However,...

‘Kaleyewa’; Here’s how a foundation is providing care for the elderly in Ondo

DOZENS of mourners converged on the premises of  Florence Odole opposite the St Micheal's Primary School at Iju, Akure North Local Government Area of...

Human rights activists kick as Immigration refuses to react to cases of bribery, extortion in passport offices

HUMAN rights activists have accused the Nigerian Immigration Service (NIS) of lack of accountability over its refusal to react to an investigative report indicting...
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ICPC promises to investigate corruption at Nigerian passport offices after ICIR’s investigative report

THE Independent Corrupt Practices and Other Related Offences Commission (ICPC) has promised to look into the ICIR's report which investigated how corrupt officials of...

Making women dry; here’s how a foundation is reducing Nigeria’s fistula burden

IN this report, Mustapha Usman looks at how a non-governmental organisation (NGO) is giving women in Nigeria a new lease on life after being...

Abuja startup training children robotics, coding for free  

WITH excitement, Samuel Mbong, 13, held tightly to his android tablet used to control a robotic car. He had just completed a three-week summer...
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Report on Out-of-school-children in Akwa Ibom: State Government Reaction opens more loopholes

By Ekemini Simon The Government of Akwa Ibom State has described the investigative report on the government's questionable priorities fueling the prevalence of out-of-school children...

SPECIAL REPORT: How a mobile diagnostic initiative helped Nigeria increase TB case findings, treatment

By Arinze Chijioke When Ntui Agom, 37, started coughing in 2020, she thought it was normal. With no money to go to the hospital,...

How tuition-free school transforms 100 children, stirs crisis at IDP camp 

The internally displaced persons (IDPs) at Wassa, behind Apo in Abuja, have had many bitter experiences, including days of hunger, the anguish of displacement,...
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