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Schoolgirls develop app to tackle traffic gridlock in Lagos

Four secondary schoolgirls have developed an innovative application called Frostbits to address obstructive parking that results in traffic gridlock in the country.

Nigerian schoolgirls develop app to help underprivileged children get education funding

A group of five Nigerian schoolgirls working as team ‘Brain Squad’ have developed an app that would help finance the education of poor children...

P&G’s Always partners Mercy Corps on menstrual hygiene for school girls

Procter and Gamble, makers of the leading Feminine Care brand, Always Sanitary Pads, recently held a close out ceremony for one of...

Pregnant girls shouldn’t be expelled from school anymore – Fayemi

Wife of Ekiti State governor, Mrs Bisi Fayemi, on Thursday, 11th July, 2019 decried the practice of expelling pregnant schoolgirls while allowing...

Primary school drama sparks outrage over gender stereotype

The viral video of a primary school drama has sparked outrage among Nigerians. In that controversial drama video,...

Kebbi College expells four students for lesbianism

Kebbi State College of Science and Technology in Jega has expelled four female students for engaging in lesbianism. Provost...

Outrage as UI secondary school forces students to remove hijab

Muslims organisations have expressed outrage over the alleged forceful removal of hijab from secondary school students of the University of Ibadan (UI) owned secondary...

Meet ‘Mama Olodo’ under whom ‘dullards’ became brilliant

To a Yoruba speaking person, 'Olodo' is synonymous with dullards. But here is Mrs Marianne Ariorutsebafor who has been proudly called Mama Olodo during...

UDUS’ first female First Class Physics graduate shares success tips

A twenty two-year-old young woman, Zainab Abdullahi who bagged a First Class in Physics at the Usmanu Danfodiyo University, Sokoto (UDUS) has shared some...

Meet Sarah Morocco-Clarke, Nigeria’s first female banker

For a long time, the banking sector was largely dominated by men. That was until Dr Sarah Adenike Morocco-Clarke joined the profession. She started her...
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