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BE AT THE COUPLES VALENTINE GET AWAY WITH MR STEVE!

Where would you rather be to celebrate this Valentine with your special someone? Couples’ Valentine Get Away with Mr Steve is the best bet for you and that special person. Mr Steve brings a special evening to celebrate the season of Love with special couples within the Abuja. It is an evening that will feature classy music, comedy, game, dance, ...

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Autism: Making parenting a tough assignment

Autism is one, out of several developmental challenges in children that would always require consistent examination and early medical help of either a pediatrician or an expert in Autistic Disorder. In most African countries and other developing countries, autism is often perceive as some kind of evil or curse brought upon the affected child caused by the sin of the ...

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Nigeria Becomes First Country to Endorse A4AI’s “1 for 2” Affordability Target

In 2016, A4AI called on countries to adopt a new, more ambitious target for what counts as ‘affordable’ internet access — a 1GB bundle costing no more than 2% of monthly incomes, or “1 for 2”.  Nigeria recently became the first nation to formally endorse this target. We’d like to congratulate Nigeria for the nation’s vision in taking this step, and we ...

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UNFPA, YouthHub Africa Premiere “Sandra’s Cross” A film on Zero Tolerance to FGM in Africa

YouthHub Africa in collaboration with Young Men Network Against Gender Based Violence with support from UNFPA has officially premiered “Sandra’s Cross” the most anticipated film on Female Genital Mutilation and Gender based violence in Abuja yesterday. While speaking at the opening of the movie premiere, Miss Sabrina, UNPFA representative alluded that 6th February is an international day for Zero Tolerance ...

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{VIDEO] Commercialisation of Sex by Chikodi

Commercialisation of Sex like people in this part of the world often call it ‘”Ashewo” Olosho” is gradually becoming a social menace, although those who indulge in it do claim survival instinct led them into the business. While others who engage in this degrading activities claim it Is for the fun of it. Since according to them, sex is quite ...

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CAN THESE FLAMES TRULY BURN? A review of GOODHEART OBI EKWEME’S ‘CATCH THE FIRE’ by Benjamin Ubiri (THE PENPUSHER)

  BOOK TITLE: The Wave of Revival, CATCH THE FIRE AUTHOR: GOODHEART OBI EKWEME PUBLISHER: Horn of Revival publishing YEAR: 2014 PAGES: 140 ISBN: 978-978-942-815-1   We live at the strangest of times and are faced with the toughest of paradoxes: Hearts without love, prayers without faith, handshakes without friendship and bookshelves without readers. We kneel in anticipation of answers ...

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#WORLDCANCERDAY 2017 IN ABUJA: JOIN THE VOLUNTEERS!

February 4th is World Cancer Day. And talking about Cancer, this has become a major source of morbidity and mortality globally. It has been said to be the third deadliest disease after HIV/AIDS and Malaria. In 2008, there were 12.7 million new cases and 7.6 million cancer-related deaths. 56% of these newly reported cancer cases occurred in developing countries and ...

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‘Nigerian Youth have got all it takes to turn the fortune of our dear country around’ – Ayodele Obe, Speaker, NYP

The Speaker of the Nigerian Youth Parliament, Ayodele Obe, has once again reiterated his confidence in the vital roles young people can play in engendering peace, rapid development, political stability as well as good governance in Nigeria and anywhere in the world. Ayodele made this known at the recent NYP Press Dinner and Lecture on the ‘Role of Social Media ...

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IDPs Camp Bombing: An unwarranted ploy to decongest the IDP Camps?

By Oladotun Roy If I choose to be passive and indifferent and act as though nothing happened, particularly about the yesterday bombing of the IDPs camp in Borno State then I would be worse than hypocrite.  This is because anyone who has been following my blogposts can attest to the fact that I have been on the vanguard advocating for ...

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#JusticeforShola: When Love turned Sour!

I have heard plenty tales of prevalent racism and prejudice against persons of colour in few of the Shengen countries in Europe. However, I wouldn’t want to link Shola’s case with this or even assume that Shola was killed as a result of her skin colour, since she had been married to the Jakub Gaska, a Polish for well over a ...

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