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41% of discrimination against Nigerian females wearing hijab occur in schools – Report

A national survey on the discrimination against Muslim females wearing hijab in Nigeria has shown that 41.3 percent of such occurred in...

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...

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...

Poor female enrolment at Gombe varsity worrisome – VC

The Vice-Chancellor of Federal University Kashere, Gombe State, Alhassan Gani, has expressed concerns over the low number of newly admitted female students...

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...

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...

Women, girls bear greater burden of COVID-19 pandemic – don

A Professor of Sociology and Gender Studies from Obafemi Awolowo University, Ile Ife, Olabisi Aina has said that women and girl children...

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...

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.

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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