Let’s Use Rwanda’s Example To Stop Herdsmen Killings – Sen Wampan

Senator Paul Wampana is a chieftain of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP), one-time Speaker of the defunct Gongola State House

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Mary Olushoga: 5 Women-Owned Tech Spaces that VP Osinbajo Could Have Visited During #VPTourOfTech

Why are women innovators largely ignored in Nigeria’s male-dominated technology spaces? Why didn’t Vice President Osinbajo visit any women-owned spaces

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Chisom Winifred: When Is It Called Cheating?

I seldom talk about relationships or read love-related posts. I certainly don’t take relationship advices online, even if you show

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Yemisi Wada: Ogechi’s Story

Ogechi was one of the first people to make an impression on me during my first weeks at University. She

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Tosin Abiodun: We Can’t All Move To Canada

I’m sure by now you have noticed that there is a mass exodus of Nigerians to Canada. You probably know

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Why The Cost Of Data In Africa Needs To Come Down

The cost of data in most African countries is still far too high. Photo – Face2faceAfrica The cost of data

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Rivers South-East’s endorsement: Certification for Wike’s projects

Simeon Nwakaudu On February 10, at Bori, the people of Rivers South-East Senatorial District, made it clear to the All

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Nafisa Atiku: Pop Culture & the Important Conversations We Should Have About Socio-Political Awareness

Flashback to when Beyoncé released her stellar album called, “Lemonade”. To some it was one of the greatest works of

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Kehinde Akintobi: 5 Pillars of Knowledge for Professional Success

There is no guarantee to suggest that after spending several years in the tertiary institution, one will become adequately prepared

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Does Religion Have a Role in Nigerian Politics?

The connection between religion and politics has always been incontestable;  people have the tendency to politicize religion and religionize politics.

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