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Leah: a Silent Voice Calling for Justice

Leah Sharibu has been, for the past 463 days now, violently separated from her family by Boko Haram. Sadly, on Thursday, May 16, 2019, Leah was left to endure her 16th and a second successive birthday in captivity. For her family, the past has never been more present. And for all who care about dignity […]

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National Minimum Wage: Are we having the appropriate conversation?

A bill to amend Nigeria’s National Minimum Wage was passed by the Federal House of Representative son Tuesday, January 29, 2019. Are we having the appropriate conversation?

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Maggots: Origin, Benefits and the In Betweens

Maggots, maggots everywhere!!! Oh and please let’s leave them there! We’ve often (involuntarily) inhaled the putrid stench while taking a long walk on a bright sunny day, where without our knowledge the carcass of a small little animal is being devoured.   Maggots – the cute name we’ve given to the larvae of the fly’s […]

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Nigerian Students Aim to Light Up The Nation with Total Team Grant

Gone are the days when you will find only few Nigerian students taking bold steps towards making significant and positive change in their country. It is with great pleasure I will like you to meet these group of vibrant Nigerian students, who have put their intelligence into a plan and aim to Light Up their […]

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Boxing Day: The Origin and Present Day Practice

One of the yummy things about Christmas is the Boxing Day holiday that comes right after Christmas day! This day is celebrated across many different continents and is usually on the 26th of December the next day after Christmas or in some countries, the first weekday after Christmas. If you’re reading this at Christmas, I […]