THE quest to make the Nigerian girl child compete favourably with her counterparts globally informed the turning of the sod for the alumni building project initiated by the Old Girls Association of New Era Girls’ Secondary School, Lagos.
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…Says FG won’t forget the kidnapped girls By Johnbosco Agbakwuru – Abuja President Muhammadu Buhari has said that the ongoing restriction of movements to curb the spread of the COVID-19 (coronavirus) pandemic was responsible for the absence of government delegation at the 6th year anniversary of the abduction of Chibok girls. Extending his good wishesRead
President Muhammadu Buhari on Monday night, extended good wishes to the people of Chibok, Borno State, as they hold prayers and thanksgiving services to mark the sixth anniversary of the kidnapping of their daughters by Boko Haram terrorist group. Buhari stated that the current COVID-19 pandemic and continuing “restrictions on movement”, makes it impossible for […]
WO caught up with Helon Habila, Professor of Literature at George Mason University, USA, Caine Prize winner and former Vanguard editor whose book, The Chibok Girls: The Boko Haram Kidnappings and Islamist Militancy in Nigeria published in 2016, continues to make waves around the world. It has been six years since the infamous heist ofRead More
By Emmanuel Aziken There are indeed, few incidents that have defined the relationship between Nigerian leaders and the citizenry as the Chibok Girls affair that happened on us, six years ago. The kidnap of 276 girls from their school by the brutish jihadists was provoking enough to have stirred the passions of many world figures,Read More
The National Information Technology Development Agency (NITDA), says the country needs more women and girls to build careers in the ICT sector for fair representation and socio-economic development. Mrs Hadiza Umar, NITDA Head, Corporate Affairs and External Relations, said this in a statement issued on Thursday in Abuja to commemorate this year’s “Girls in ICTRead
By Ayo Onikoyi The first installment of my serialization of “Glamour Girls of Yoruba Films” was published in 2009. A number of actresses, plying their trades in the Yoruba movie genre were mentioned for the way they changed the narrative about Yoruba films with their ultra-cosmopolitan style. Names like Funke Akindele, Doris Simon, Iyabo Ojo,Read More
They were of different sizes, ages, heights, and complexion but bonded by the oldest trade on earth- prostitution!
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