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“My Experience in  St John’s College UK was amazing and unforgettable one” – Othniel Ameh, RABERTO School pupil!

It is always a fulfilling experience for teachers and parents to see their pupils and children perform excellently in both academics and co-curricular activities. This is an exclusive story of Othniel Ameh, a grade 4 student of Raberto Schools, Abuja who spoke to the media team of Dotunroy.com, about his incredible experience as he enrolled  on the Exchange Taster Program ...

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Portsbridge Collaborates with HDI Reconnect to enlighten Educators on Childhood Behavioural and Psychological Disorders in Schools!

Adequate knowledge and understanding of the evolvement of behavioural patterns of any child as well as its management is pertinent particularly with societal trends in the education sector. Several undetected and undiagnosed psychological disorders in early childhood, according to the experts, is said to be contributory to certain behavioural issues amongst adolescent and young children in the 21st Century. It ...

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Ethiopian Government Pardons Jailed Bloggers and Activists!!

It seems there’s some good news coming from Ethiopia (and East Africa). Hundreds of prisoners, including prominent bloggers and dissidents were released earlier this week in Ethiopia. Ethiopia has been in the news in recent years for Internet disruptions and arrests of bloggers and activists, a good number arising from the crisis in the Oromia region. Someone once mentioned to ...

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OUR YOUTH AND ECONOMIC REALITIES….. By Ibiteye Kehinde

When we look critically at our youth demography considering their role as major stakeholders in economic development, coupled with the myriad of challenges in governance which is highly symptomatic of administrative inefficiency and weak institutional performance, one would quickly realize there exist inescapable constrains to the timely attainment of sustainable development goals where there’s equally an endless vista of opportunities ...

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‘Dozens killed as military launches air attacks on villages beset by spiralling communal violence’ – Amnesty Nigeria

  –Communal clashes leading to killings with impunity –  At least 35 killed as military launches air attacks on villages beset by communal violence   The Nigerian authorities’ response to communal violence is totally inadequate, too slow and ineffective, and in some cases unlawful, Amnesty International said today, as clashes between herdsmen and farmers in Adamawa, Benue, Taraba, Ondo and Kaduna ...

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YALI Network holds its First Night of Impact in Abuja!

Young African Leadership Initiative (YALI) Abuja Network has held its first Night of Impact and Dinner last Saturday, 27th January, to celebrate the achievements of the Network so far, as well as to honour its outstanding members, who have distinguished themselves by impacting lives and communities through exemplary leadership values and qualities since YALI Face-to-face Network kicked off in Abuja. ...

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#ABUJA!!! BUY AFFORDABLE LAPTOP AND GET YOUR WEBSITE DESIGN FOR FREE!!

ABUJA ARE YOU READY?????? BUY AFFORDABLE LAPTOP AND GET YOUR WEBSITE DESIGN FOR FREE!! @connectskillsng – Connect Skills Nigeria presents #SMETECHNG where you Buy 1 Laptop and get any of the following as freebies…… Mifi, website, printer, projector. Also Free group training with minimum of 100 participant aimed at training minimum of 1,500,000 Africans in 5 years. This is in ...

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AEDC END OF 2017 CUSTOMER SATISFACTION SURVEY!!

Hello great people, This is Abuja Electricity Distribution Company (AEDC) Customer Satisfaction survey for 2017. Kindly feel free to express your experience about power distribution and services in your home and within your locality. As AEDC has promised to improve on its services to their consumers, this survey would help in improving the AEDC services in Abuja and its environs. ...

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Meet Nigerian Physician Dr Olutoye, who operated on unborn baby!

  NIGERIA shone brightly on the global stage as the news broke early in the week of a successful surgery a team of medical doctors, led by Nigerian-born Dr. Oluyinka Olutoye, carried on an unborn baby at a Texas hospital in the US. According to medical reports, the unborn baby had sacrococcygeal teratoma, a rare tumour that appeared at the ...

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NILS Holds a One-day meeting with CSOs, Social Media Influencers on Budget Reforms in Nigeria

National Institute for Legislative Studies (NILS) has held a one-day meeting with the leaders of Civil Society Organizations and Social Media Influencers to deliberate on the way forward on the recent developments around the appropriation/Budget Reform Process in Nigeria. The meeting which was tagged “NILS’ Hangout with Social Media Influencers and Civil society Organizations on appropriation/Budget Reform Process took place ...

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