Monthly Archive: November, 2018

Women rights in Africa

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One of the 17 goals included in the sustainable development goals propounded by the UN is “Gender equality”. It still remains one of the most pressing global concerns even with the fact that… Continue reading

Cicely Tyson, 93, Receives Honorary Oscar

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On Sunday, acting legend Cicely Tyson was given her first ever Oscar, an Honorary Award at the 10th Annual Governor’s Awards on Sunday night at the Dolby Theater in Hollywood. The 93-year-old Tyson… Continue reading

NIGERIAN ELECTIONS : WHAT IS GOOD GOVERNANCE TO COMMON PEOPLE?

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Nigeria could graduate from “underdeveloped” category if we are lucky to have good government for once. Good government means everyone enjoys the good life for less. Having lived in several developed nations, (lived,… Continue reading

TWINNING IN DUBAI: VANESSA MDEE AND CYNTHIA NWADIORA (CEEC)

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NIGERIAN ELECTIONS 2019: HIDING FEAR WITH INSINCERE VOTING

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Editor’s thoughts:   #ATIKULATED AND BUHARISED: current trends in Nigerian Presidential election discussions. Buharised is sth I just coined. 🇳🇬So from what I have gathered, we are experiencing a case of yielding to… Continue reading

ADESUA ETOMI GRACES GTBANK FASHION WEEKEND MAGAZINE

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View this post on Instagram So, I did a feature for the 2nd Edition of the fashion weekend magazine by @gtbank I had an amazing time with the whole team and i can't… Continue reading

NIGERIA’S COMMITMENT TO POLIO ERADICATION AWARDED

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On Thursday, President  Buhari received a Rotary Polio Champion Award from Rotary International. The award was presented to him by the Rotary International President, Barry Rassin at the presidential villa in Abuja. According to… Continue reading