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Are you a Disk Jocker (DJ)? and you have a mixtape? Then get a profile page on magbedu by submitting your mixtape to magbedu@yahoo.com,including your artwork and short biography #Magbedu

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National Orientation Agency (NOA) Organises 2-Day Workshop For Nigerian Bloggers

Oladotun Fadeyiye National Orientation Agency (NOA) in collaboration with NIgeria Stability And Reconciliation Programme (NSRP) kicked-off its 2-Day Workshop for Nigerian Bloggers and Social Media Enthusiasts themed “Nigerian Bloggers and Social Media: Ethics and Conflict Sensitivity In Online Content”. The workshop which commenced on 15th October, 2014 at the Rockview Hotel, Abuja. The workshop is a timely effort geared towards ...

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Federal Ministry Of Water Resources, Wateraid, YOUTHWASH Commemorate 2014 Global Handwashing Day

Oladotun Fadeyiye 2014 Global Handwashing Day Commemoration event organised by Federal Ministry of Water Resources in conjunction with National Task Group on Sanitation kicked-off by 8am today, 15 October 2014. The event which was tagged “Choose Handwashing, Choose Health” commenced its symbolic handwashing activities at Powa international School, Garki II, Abuja with National flag-off by the Honourable Minister of Water ...

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#BringBackOurGirls Rally Done at United Nations Building in New York

Oladotun Fadeyiye As part of the collective effort towards the searching and release of the abducted 200 Chibok Schoolgirls in Borno State, Nigeria, #BringBackOurGirls rally was taken to United Nations Building in New York today in commemoration of 6 months abduction of those schoolgirls. Top US celebrity, Alicia Keys and other female Activists all came out to lend their voices ...

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Connected Development (CODE)Abuja Celebrates International Day of the Girl Child

Dotun Roy October 11, has been a day set aside by the United Nations (UN) as International Day of the Girl Child all the over the world. This international observance day was declared on 11th October, 2012, which was actually the first Day of the Girl Child. The objective is in recognition of girls’ rights and the unique challenges girls ...

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Disability, Does it mean Invalid?

Dotun Roy What would you do if a physically challenged man had sought your assistance to cross to the other side a major road? note carefully, in my question I did not actually specify what sort of disability the person could be having, he could be a blind person, crippled or complete lame person. I know many Nigerians would like ...

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Green Economics Nigeria's Public Presentation and Launching of the Book "Transiting To A Green Economy"

Dotun Roy Green Economics Nigeria brought together critical stakeholders on Green Economics worldwide today 9 October 2014, at Ladi Kwali Hall of Sheraton Hotel Abuja to make a public presentation and the launching a book titiled ” Transiting To A Green Economy” authored by one of the Nigeria’s green intellectuals, Chidi Magnus Onuoha. This book has become the first compendium ...

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YOUTH WASH in Partnership With WATERAID Set to Launch "Vote4Wash Campaign" towards 2015 Election

Dotun Roy Youth-Water Sanitation and Hygiene (YOUTHWASH) in collaboration with WATERAID NIGERIA (WANG) set to launch a project on WASH and Electioneering tagged “Vote4WASH” Campaign. In a meeting held today, tuesday 7th October, at CODE secretariat, Abuja by the YouthWASH working team confirmed the preparatory stages of the activities for the campaign as well as high level of optimism of ...

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Ghana to Nigeria: Electric Power Option?

Oladotun Fadeyiye After years of exploring all options that we have as a nation toward achieving uninterrupted power supply and no prospect is forthcoming then one should begin to ask questions. A country that is blessed with abundant resources: human, natural and mineral you name it. Yet, looks as though it has nothing. This whole thing could be likened to ...

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Civil Society Dialogue on Building Trans-Disciplinary Climate Change Adaptation Capacity in Abuja

Dotun Roy African Climate Change Adaptation Initiative, University of Nigeria, Nsukka (ACCAI-UNN) in partnership with Women Environmental Programme (WEP) organised a one day civil society dialogue on building trans-disciplinary climate change adaptation capacity. The dialogue which aimed at bringing the actors in the Civil Society Organisation (CSO’s) NGO’s CBO’s in Nigeria together so as to develop working strategies in the ...

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