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Oby Ezekwesili Endorses Amnesty #StopTorture Walk in Abuja

Former Minister of the Federal Republic of Nigeria and the Co-convener of #BringBackOurGirls movement has expressed support for the Amnesty International “Stop Torture” Walk in Abuja on Friday 26 June. She expressed this during the usual sit-out of Bring Back Our Girls Group. “It is quite impressive to see that Amnesty International is doing everything in ensuring that fundamental human ...

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Dorothy Njemanze Foundation, Celebrities Celebrate ‘Blessing Yahaya’ Abuse Survivor!

Dorothy Njemanze Foundation (DNF) rolls out drums today 30th June to mark 16th Birthday of Blessing Yahaya, a survivor of domestic sexual abuse. Blessing whose story of sexual abuse started as a minor right under her mother’s nose and against her wish. She was only 8 when the man who ought to be her father figure started abusing her sexually ...

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11 Revolutionary Ways To #Change Your Life Immediately

Are you dreaming of change? Do you want to change your life forever, but face lots of struggles when you try? There are reasons you find it so difficult, but there are also tips to successfully turning your life around and improving its quality. You might want a quick remedy to turn your life around immediately. Unfortunately, it does not work this ...

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CEO, i-Global Celebrates His Heartrob, Nafisat Badaamas!

Abdullahi Lawal is the CEO, i-Global, Top ICT solution Firm based in Abuja. Lawal is my colleague,  No 1 Reader of Dotun Roy’s Blog  and today is a special day for his beautiful wife, Nafisat Baddamas. Nafisat is a journalist and columnist for Al-hikma University Magazine. Read the lovely message from him to celebrate his love. Dear Dotun, Please join me ...

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Amnesty International: Stand Up & #StopTorture this Friday in #Abuja

26th June is the International Day in support of Victims of Torture. It is a day set aside globally by Amnesty international to take action in solidarity for torture victims and survivors all over the world and more particularly for the five key cases that we are campaigning on. Last year, over one million Amnesty International members mobilized online and offline ...

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UNESCO, UNAOC Celebrate Media and Information Literacy Week in Abuja

22 – 28 June has been endorsed by United Nations Educational Scientific and Cultural Organisation (UNESCO)  as 2015 Media and Information Literacy (MIL) week. MIL recognizes the primary role of information and media in our everyday lives – the use of mobile phones, social media, Facebook, twitter, Instagram, internet. This year MIL was celebrated with an ultimate objective that would ...

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Charly Boy adds Another year in Grand Style!

Charles Oputa a.k.a Charly Boy, the Area Father celebrated another year in good health and funky lifestyle in his Abuja home over the weekend. Top Nigerian celebrities, his families and friends were there for merrymaking.

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Veteran Musician Dan Maraya Jos is Dead!

Dan Maraya Jos has been confirmed dead. According to a reliable source, the veteran musician was declared dead in his home at early hours of today. May the Lord grant him Eternal Rest!

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[Video & Pics] IRI, Embassy of Sweden, USAID Mark One year Launch of “Dreams 4 Naija” Documentary

The International Republican Institute (IRI), in collaboration with the Swedish Embassy, Abuja, hosted youth organisations, Civil Society Groups and government officials to the screening of a documentary titled “Dreams 4 Naija”. The documentary which prominently features Top hip hop artiste Banky W and other Youth Leaders that are currently making impact in their various field of endeavours contributing their own quotas ...

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Don’t drink and die!

By Greg Odogwu Nigeria is once again under the deadly grip of yet another Grim Reaper’s instrument. This time, it is what movie buffs could tag as Season 2 or Part 2 of the Odo-Irele (Ondo State) mystery deaths. As of yesterday (Wednesday), media reports had it that the death toll of victims who consumed the locally brewed gin, Ogogoroor ...

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