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Emphasis on science and technology is relegating the humanities – Remi Sonaiya

Professor Remi Sonaiya needs no introduction in the Nigerian political scene as she was the only female presidential candidate in the 2015 General Elections....

UN urges parents to shun gender discrimination in the family

The National Information Officer of the United Nations Information Centre (UNIC) for Nigeria, Oluseyi Soremekun, has urged Nigerian parents to think equal and shun...

Nigerian, Chinelo Emelife graduates best at Indian university

A 28-year-old student from Nigeria, Stella Chinelo Emelife has graduated best at an Indian university after she swept 20 gold medals and five cash...

You smell nice: A compliment gone too far

By Muyideen Ayinla The internet is agog with the tweet made by an HR person who goes by the name Taiwo describing an encounter she...

Not too old to learn: Fatima Kurfi, the septuagenarian who earned a degree

Education is not just for the young. That is exemplified in the story of Hajiya Fatima Kurfi, a Septuagenarian who returned to school about...

Stop discrimination, hijab is about success

Taking stock of the past year, our Hijab has had its undue share of pains in Nigeria. We have come under attack...

Sultan, others charge traditional leaders on keeping girls in school

The Sultan of Sokoto (Nigeria), His Eminence Muhammadu Sa’ad Abubakar III, together with The Kabaka of Bugundu (Uganda), His Highness Ronald Edward Frederick Kimera...

95-year-old woman fulfils dream of reading and writing through adult school

A 95-year-old Kenyan woman identified as Chebelina Mukomuga, is making waves on the social media following her fulfilment of a life long dream of...

Oyo government awards university scholarship to best SSCE student

The Oyo State Government has offered full university education scholarship to a student in a public school within the state with the best performance...

20-year-old becomes first black female president of Harvard’s 145-year newspaper

For the first time in the 145 years of its existence, Harvard University’s Crimson newspaper would be led by a black woman. Her name...
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