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Apply: Career Opportunities with Emirates Airlines

Emirates Airline is looking for Cabin Crew *[females]* – basic salary *$1,153.00* (USD) – every flying hour will be paid apart *Requirements*: At least 21 years • Arm reach of 212 cm while standing on tiptoes • Minimum height of 160 cm • High school graduate • Fluency in English (written and spoken) • No visible tattoos while in Emirates ...

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Press Release: Abuja Charity Carnival restoring the dignities of the IDPs in Nigeria!

Recent research has shown that well over 2.2million Nigerians are currently displaced internally across the country, causing unwarranted spilling over to other neighbouring African countries such as Cameroon, Niger, Mali and Chad. The laxity on the part of Government in alleviating the sufferings of these important families (IDPs) against the background of 180million Nigerian population has become a major issue. ...

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FERET Open Letter to President Muhammadu Buhari

By Ebisike Ebube George Dear President Buhari, Permit me to call your thoughts back to a two most pertinent lines in one of your most robust but yet to be famous speeches on the national issue of ethnic tolerance and religion delivered at a FERET event: “But the most pressing problem and one with greater immediacy than all the other ...

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WaterAid Nigeria launches new 5 year country programme strategy to support universal access to safe water, sanitation and hygiene services for Nigeria by 2030

This week, WaterAid Nigeria launches its 2016 – 2021 country programme strategy – laying the foundation for the fifteen year path to achieving universal access to water, sanitation and hygiene for everyone everywhere in Nigeria by 2030. Over the next five years, the organisation will focus on increasing citizens’ access to quality, equitable and sustainable water, sanitation and hygiene services ...

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Healing Through Arts for Internally Displaced Persons!

In celebration of World Humanitarian Day August 19th, The International Coalition for the Eradication of Hunger and Abuse, (ICEHA), in partnership with Dreams From The Slum Initiative launched ICEHA’s Healing Through Art program benefitting internally displaced persons (IDPs) living in Kirikiri Town Lagos. The program uses art to help identify and assist displaced persons suffering posttraumatic stress disorders, pain, fear, ...

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#SaveShikira: Impact of Follow The Money

In 2015, in collaboration with Global Rights Nigeria we amplified #SaveShikira using testimonies during our outreach from rural Shikira in Rafi Local government area in Niger state via various social/traditional media platform in getting government to come to the aid of this rural community ravaged by lead poison that had killed 28 children. After our intensified efforts, see actions real ...

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Brain Builders International organises Summit in Kwara State

By AbdulGaniyu Shehu In commemoration of the 2016 International Youth Day Celebration, a youth-based Non-Governmental Organisation, Brain Builders International has organised a one day summit. The summit themed: “Eradicating Poverty and achieving sustainable Production and Consumption” held on Monday, 15th August 2016 at the Nigerian Union of Journalists (NUJ) hall in Ilorin, Kwara state. In his keynote address, the Senior ...

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[VIDEO] A4AI Coalition in #Nigeria Expresses its Stance on the Proposed Communication Service Tax!

Still on the proposed Communication Service Tax by the Federal Government, Deputy National Coordinator, Affordable Internet For All (A4AI) Nigeria, Jinmi Oluinuga, in an exclusive interview with RAVE TV has shed more light on the possible negative impacts this single proposed Tax could have in achieving the target of more 30% internet penetration in Nigeria as well as making internet ...

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COUNTERING CHAMBERS’ COUNTER-NARRATIVE BY OGBU, BLESSING EKPERE ESQ.

We suddenly received this article yesterday from a young Nigerian called Blessing Ogbu. He is a legal practitioner by profession. Ogbu sent in this article reacting and countering an article published on this website written by Chambers Umezulike, titled Counter Narrative: “How the West Engendered Africa’s Apocalyptic Development Crisis”. Enjoy as you read his article below: In his brilliant article ...

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#IYD2016: Message of the UN Secretary-General on International Youth Day 2016

Yesterday, 12 August 2016 was the International Youth Day. It is a day set aside by the United Nations to celebrate youthfulness and world’s young people. Below is the Official message release from the Office of the UN Secretary General, Banki Moon. Enjoy as you read: The world’s young people – who make up the largest generation of youth in ...

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