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Children’s Day: Is Nigeria doing enough for her future leaders?

NIGERIA celebrates 2022 Children's Day amid growing concerns over child rights abuses which prevent children from living their dreams. Marcus Fatunmole takes a look at...

ASUU strike from lecturers’ point of view

THE Nigerian Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU) has been on strike since February this year. In reaction, the government invoked the 'no work, no...

Abuja community suffers blackout after spending millions on transformer purchase, maintenance

MORE than 800 households in Sagbagyi, a community in the nation's capital have been thrown into darkness following the collapse of the transformer supplying...
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Billion Naira Enterprise: Why politicians are rushing to join 2023 presidential race

THE race to succeed Nigerian President Muhammadu Buhari has become an all comers affair, particularly in the ruling All Progressives Congress (APC) - despite...

Study: In Ibeju-Lekki, 32,685 primary school pupils are at risk of flooding

EVENTS of flooding in Lagos State are no longer new. They have become reoccurring situations virtually on an annual basis with severe implications. The Organisation...

Inside story of how a criminal gang is terrorising a community in Ado Ekiti

ON Monday, May 2, 2022, residents of the Ajebamidele area of Ado Ekiti, the capital of Ekiti, blocked the ever-busy Ado-Ikere road to protest...
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Empty houses line Abuja as residents battle high cost of accommodation

HOUSING has remained a massive challenge for residents of Nigeria's Federal Capital City, Abuja, where many people battle with homelessness. The city is responsible for,...

FCT residents prepare for Easter, Eid, amid rising food prices

AS the Eid and Easter celebrations draw closer, residents of Nigeria’s Federal Capital Territory (FCT) are groaning under the strain of rising food prices. At...

How a foundation is solving the out – of – school children issue in Warri

IYARA is a community in Warri Delta state, Nigeria, which has a large number of out-of-school children, a situation Okpo Zion is hoping to...
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