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In the next 30 years, Nigeria’s aviation will require 50 billion dollars to fund its infrastructure. This was the consensus of aviation experts at the 2017 colloquium by the Nigeria travelsmart in...

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By Seye Agunmu The voices of children spelling English words, filled the air inside a ‘plank and roofing’ structure close to an abandoned building, in a surrounding that is gradually being...

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A News Analysis by Azubuike Okeh, News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) The All Nigeria Editors’ Conference, an annual flagship of Nigerian Guild of Editors, chose “The Nigerian Media: Balancing Professionalism,...

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The lingering strike by the Academic Staff  Union  of Universities, ASUU is not only telling on the students, it has also brought untold hardship on those who do various businesses around the affected...

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Educators from across the globe are to converge on Seoul, South Korea for Peace Education next month. The event tagged Peace Education Development Forum for Spreading a Culture of Peace is to hold on September...

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Nigeria has always been faced with the challenge of maintaining public infrastructure, partly due to lack of government maintenance and also negligence on the part of the citizenry, which experts say is...

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“We’re trying to first see how we can get a research work on data collection, knowing what is on ground , from all sectors, public and private. What are the statistics? What are the challenges?. Then,...

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Female Genital Mutilation is an age long harmful traditional practice. It violates the girl child reproductive rights and her body’s integrity. It is a global problem that goes beyond Africa. Globally...

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From the 17th to 19th of September this year, 2017 lovers of peace from across the globe will under the aegis of Heavenly Culture, World Peace, Restoration of Light (HWPL)  converge on Seoul, Republic...

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Advocates of nuclear non-proliferation may only feel some, but not total  relief that the Cold War and arms race between the East and West has been officially over since the early 90’s. The question...