In her resolve to revolutionize palliative and cancer care generally in Nigeria, Project PINK BLUE in conjunction with her training Partners at University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Centre, Houston Texas, USA conducted the Palliative Care ECHO Africa session with 18 Palliative care professionals in Abuja connected with other professionals across Africa and the United States of America in a ...Read More »
In Nigeria, some 100 000 new cases of cancer occur every year, with high case fatality ratio. With approximately 20% of the population of Africa and slightly more than half the population of West Africa, Nigeria contributed 15% to the estimated 681 000 new cases of cancer that occurred in Africa in 2008. A study shows that the commonest cancers ...Read More »
This write-up became important to me to share with my readers/others who are currently being confronted with mid-life crisis which oftentimes compel people to wonder whether these myriad of hurdles one has to scale do have expiring date. And whether they would not continue even after we have decided to end the hustle and be willing to finally retire on a good ...Read More »
#SayNoToAlmajiri: Touching Story of Yusuf, an Almajiri boy who aspires to become a Governor someday!
He’s just like every other beggarly Almajiris that you would find anywhere in Nigeria. I mean anyone would have overlooked him in his filthy and torn shirt walking barefooted with plate in his hands searching for whom ever cares to either drop coins or masa (corncake). But beyond all these deprivation, small Yusuf still hopes to become the Governor of ...Read More »
The House of Representatives has passed for first reading a Bill seeking to lower the constitutional age requirement for contesting for elections in Nigeria. The Bill with Gazette number HB. 544 was read and passed for the first time at the House plenary session on Wednesday, May 26th, 2016. Hon. Tony Nwulu representing Oshodi/Isolo II Federal Constituency of Lagos state ...Read More »
[Video] Press Release: Let’s start the conversation on why menstruation matters, says WaterAid Nigeria.
Girls’ needs around menstruation have been neglected by health and education systems around the world, leading to inequity in education and missed opportunities for girls, says WaterAid Nigeria on the world’s third commemoration of Menstrual Hygiene Day. Menstruation is an important issue yet it is shrouded in silence because of deeply rooted taboos and negative social norms. On any given ...Read More »
There are many ways to be a great leader, but some work better than others. There are a lot of different ways to be a great leader–someone that people want to follow. And just like anything else, some approaches are better than others. Here are 7 of the most important habits of truly great leaders. 1. Confident The best leaders ...Read More »
Microsoft Nigeria in partnership with the Future Project and The Zariah Elizabeth Foundation (TZE Foundation) is set to empower 6000 public school students in Abuja, the Federal Capital Territory of Nigeria with basic skills in Kodu, Minecraft, HTML and CSS. The initiative which is part of a larger campaign to get #1MillionFingersCoding has been dubbed Code2Create and intends to train 600 students ...Read More »
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For the first time in ABUJA…. The critically acclaimed stage production #HearWord featuring Joke Silva, Bimbo Akintola, Ufuoma McDermortt, Taiwo Ajai-Lycett, Elvina Ibru, Omonor and many other Amazing actresses will be performed LIVE! VENUE: Transcorp Hilton, Abuja DATE: May 8, 2016 Tickets available HERERead More »