Governor Uzodinma Empowers Youths With Rabbits

The Imo State Governor Hope Uzodinma on Friday rolled out Youth Empowerment scheme and development through the establishment of grant to the youths of the state in form of Rabbit farm mechanism to boost agricultural development in the country. He said if fully annexed it will upturn the present food hunger in the state and Nigeria in general, he however encouraged the youths to utilise the opportunity by participating actively in the government gesture.

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One Called A Better Policeman – Prologue

Against Vengeance of the Innocent convict, Is guarded by One who is called, Policeman. A plane is crashed, a Child is missing, Ask him: The workers Picketing, The Wife is feuding Report to HimA Baby dumped abroad, a Corpse lying about, Send for Him; Who is called POLICEMAN. The Learned and Unlearned; Between The Privileged and Underprivileged; Between The Strong, the Powerful, and The Weak, the Powerless; He is One called

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Opinion: Why Men Love Sex So Much

By: Yange Janet Kwaghgba Women find it hard to understand why men love sex so much, They want to help you,they want sex. They say they love you,they want sex. You mistakenly sleep over,they want sex. They want to borrow you money. They want sex. They want to give you a job. They want sex. They want to pass you. They want sex. First of all You need to understand the system of men. Men are naturally created that way, Do you know that 95% of healthy men wake up…

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How To Build A Strong-Lasting Brand

By Praise Kalu Are you looking towards building a personal brand that will stand the test of time? Then, You need to read this to the end… First things first, I want you to know that the journey won’t be as easy as you want it to be. You will have to make a whole lot of sacrifices. You will have to learn from a whole lot of mistakes and wrong decisions. You will have to do a whole lot of things to ensure you get to where you intend…

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Insight: It Is A Challenge To Provide Disability-Inclusive Education, But It’s Worth It

By Dr, Manos Antoninis Many countries in sub-Saharan Africa get bad press for their progress in providing inclusive education. Just two in three children complete primary school on time, while the number of out-of-school children and youth is 97 million and growing. Less is said, however, about the range of tools many countries in the region are deploying to include some of those furthest behind in mainstream schools: students with disabilities. These efforts should be celebrated and there seems no better time to think about inclusion than now. Inequalities in…

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Opinion: What Happens When Girls Say “No”?

By Lolo Cynthia Ihesie A recent United Nations report finds that one-in-four women globally feel powerless to refuse sex with a husband or partner. Yet, the problem could be even worse, as the report does not consider girls under 17. In Nigeria, where masculinity is too often weaponized, girls may be even more vulnerable. Especially now, during the stress of a pandemic and intermittent lockdowns, girls and women need the power to say no. I was once among those girls who could never say no. When my high school boyfriend…

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Featured: Big Tobacco Companies Wants African Nations To Do Its Bidding

By Leonce Dieudonné Sessou, Executive Secretary, African Tobacco Control Alliance (ATCA) There was a time when tobacco companies could market their deadly and addictive products with cartoon characters, svelte women and handsome Cowboys. Decades later, with growing evidence and public awareness of the harms of tobacco use, such unscrupulous advertising has been outlawed in many countries. Now, there is increasing evidence that the purveyors of cigarettes and other tobacco and nicotine products look hungrily at Africa, a region ripe for expanding demand for their products. The continent has low tobacco…

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#EndSARs: British MP Claim Rubbish- Gowon

Yakubu Gowon, a former military head of state, has described allegations that he looted half of the Central Bank of Nigeria as “rubbish”. A member of the UK Parliament, Tom Tugendhat, made the claims during a debate on the Lekki tollgate shootings of protesters. Speaking at the UK parliament committee debate on a petition on the #EndSARS crisis, Tugendhat had urged the UK to call out corruption and use its powers to stop who profit from Nigeria’s wealth and hide it in foreign countries. “Some people will remember when General…

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Breaking: Diego Maradona Is Dead

News just reaching us indicates that Football Legend Diego Maradona has dead of a protracted disease at the age of 60 years. Until his death he was known to be a very controversial Sport personality and has led the Argentina side to the World Cup with many laurels to his credit. See tweet below; RipDiego

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Senator Elisha Abbo Moves To The APC

Nigerian Lawmaker fined for assaulting woman in Sex Toy Shop Sen. Elisha Abbo decamped to the All Progressive Congress from the People’s Democratic Party. He made this announcement late yesterday night and has been welcomed to the ruling party, he said the decision to joining the APC was as a result of the gigantic progress of Development strides achieved by the Buhari led Federal Executive council. Unfortunately, many individuals and politicians have come out to lambaste him on this statement which is untrue considering the present Economic realities in the…

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Elon Musk Becomes World Number Second Richest Man

This is legendary: Tesla’s founder, Elon Musk, is now the world’s second richest person, behind Amazon’s Jeff Bezos. What happened is uncommon: Tesla’s stock has moved from $65 to $526 within a year, and the electric vehicle mass-scale pioneer is now worth close to $500 billion. Bloomberg reports;

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#Recession: What Brought Us Here

Economic Development in Nigeria since independence was an economy the country didn’t have control over, the British policies was made in Nigeria to ease their administration. The country only got a flat independence that has been the argument by different scholars. Apparently, the inability to produce a genuine model of production and the issues of Agricultural decentralisation has hampered the chances of stimulating growth and development in the country and in general across Africa. Decisions and Policy Makings is not peculiar to Nigeria and generally an African problem due to…

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Joe Biden Receives Letter From GSA

The GSA Administrator Emily Murphy has written to Joe Biden to formally begin the transition process in his quest to succeed President Donald Trump as the 46th President of the United States Of America. The letter reads; But the misfits of the incumbent President has opened the curves as to whether the transition committee will be given freedom to operate without interference from the actors in Whitehouse

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FIFA: Corruption In Africa, CAF President Banned

The highest Football governing body on Monday morning announced on its website the ban of CAF president for five years bordering on issues of corrupt practices which has been one of the pandemic ravaging the entire continent. The tweet reads; “Mr Ahmad Ahmad is found guilty of breaching art. 15 (Duty of loyalty), art. 20 (Offering and accepting gifts or other benefits) and art. 25 (Abuse of position) of the 2020 edition of the FIFA Code of Ethics, as well as art. 28 (Misappropriation of funds)”

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Borno: Governor Zulum Grants Scholarship Position To 15 Volunteers

At the weekend, Borno Governor, Professor Babagana Umara Zulum was on his third trip to Baga, a fishing community in shores of the Lake Chad, during which he undertook both humanitarian and developmental activities. Zulum was in Baga back in July, and September this year, before returning from Saturday to Sunday. During his weekend activities in Baga, Zulum’s attention was caught by the untiring commitment of 15 villagers who had been rendering volunteer healthcare services in supporting medical practitioners to cater for the well being of resettled displaced families. Governor…

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Featured Post: Bail System Amidst Corrupt Practices In Nigeria

The Nigerian Justice System has rapidly experienced situations of decadence due to the facets at which its handles litigation matters in contemporary times across the country. Bail Application processes in the country has generated heated arguments from different quarters with the Nigerian Police department opining with it’s “Bail is free slogan” but their assertion have relatively come out to be untrue. The atrium of this scenario manifest when a suspect is been apprehended by the police department without establishing a decision from the court room, suspects are been mandated to…

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#EndSARS: Eromosele Adene Granted Bail

Adene Eromosele an Endsars Protester was arrested by DSS officers on 7th November, 2020 at his private residence For an alleged involvement in the Alauasa Protest in Lagos State which was relatively peaceful until hoodlums changed the narrative. The Nigerian government arrested him for questioning in Lagos and was later moved to a facility in Abuja, he was apparently held in detention for (9)nine days which is against the provisions as enshrined in the 1999 constitution as amended. Considering the outcry by many individuals, civil society’s and the international community’s…

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Canada Government Sends Strong Signals to Nigerians

The Canadian Government has informed Nigerians that its immigration office does not accept refugee applications directly from people. It also noted that only Canadian migration officers can exclusively guarantee approval of immigration applications. The High Commission, in a tweet, said the notice was important in light of “great interest in Canadian immigration programs” received lately. It reads in part: “You cannot apply directly for resettlement. You must be referred to Canada by a designated referral organization or a private sponsor. “No one can guarantee that your immigration application will be…

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Tips: How I Avoided Heartbreaks

Within the few years of living my Life, I’ve learnt a lot of things which makes so much sense to me.I’ll share a few; The only people who deserve to be in your life are those who treat you right. “Emotions” (Love, Anger, Hatred, Love, Love,Love…., etc…😂) is the only thing that control you and you literally have NOTHING to do about it. That sh*t messes up with your whole mind. Infact, it messes up with all of you and you can’t hide it. No matter how hard you try…

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Governor Godwin Obaseki Takes Oaths of Office

The victory of Edo State Governor; Godwin Obaseki marks the beginning of a second term tenure of four years. The Governor emerged winner of the poll under the umbrella of the People’s Democratic Party after his relationship with the All Progressive Congress went bitter. Today marks a new beginning in the Edo state political structure as the governor takes oaths of office at the Samuel Ogbemudia Stadium. Congratulations Governor Godwin Obaseki and the good people of Edo State.

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