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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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LITE AFRICA and Civil Society Organisations (CSOs) Formed Coalition on Bussiness and Human Rights

Group Photograph of CSOs at the event In a bid to ensuring a safe space for peace and development action for human development and foster good governance, Leadership Initiative for Transformation Empowerment (LITE) AFRICA in collaboration with Cordiad on thursday 25th September 2014, organised One-Day Civil Society Organisations (CSOs) Roundtable Meeting on Voluntary Principles on Security and Human Right (VPs) ...

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It's Official #1Voice and Album Release of Solomon Lange!!!

Dotun Roy Album Launch of the Gospel Singer with sonorous voice and electrifying performance, Solomon Lange, is finally here, will be happening at Ladi Kwali Hall of Sheraton Hotels Abuja on the 5th October, 2014. It is something great that we have all been looking forward to. To all Solomon Lange’s Fans across the globe, We are saying a ‘Giant’ ...

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[WARNING ] GRAPHIC PICS: DANGER OF CARBON MONOXIDE

These above pictures were the remains of once healthy family but wasted their lives on Monday in Lagos surburb, when they decided to leave newly bought generating set on in their Two bedroom apartment and slept off. Next morning they were found dead. It is horrific, isn’t it? Should I call this ignorance or sheer lack of information about the ...

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Launching of the Long-awaited Book "The Metamorphoses of Nigeria (1914 – 2014)" is here!

Dotun Roy Come this October which is the month of our independence celebration as a sovereign nation and 2014 being the year of Nigeria’s centenary celebration as a country. Three thoroughbred and patriotic Nigerians are set to make history. These guys have deemed it fit to raise the bar and they are equally already to prove to all Nigerians, African ...

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Sunday Delight: (Hymn) "To God Be the Glory"

Dotun Roy This hymn has been confirmed to be one of the best 50 oldest church hymns. Two decades ago, I remember singing this lovely hymn in Methodist sunday school choir. What a nostagic feeling! It hurts that only few churches in the 21st Century still accept the infusion of the doctrine of orthodox church hymn into their doctrines. The ...

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Avoid Wrong Stigmatization!

Dotun Roy We all knew how many years it took before an HIV person could believe that being tested positive to HIV is not a dead sentence, even though HIV/AIDs was said to be terminal disease without cure and possible treatment back then. It took almost two decades before persons living with HIV could be seen as normal human beings ...

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Photos: RETHINK NIGERIA: Festival of Ideas in Abuja, Nigeria

Dotun Roy Today 9th september, Shehu Musa Yaradua Centre, Abuja saw another turn out of Youth across the six geo-political zones in Nigeria convened to deliberate on the future of Nigerian Youth in Governance and electioneering, security and policy making. This event which was tagged RETIHINK NIGERIA is a Youth driven initiative under the platform of the most powerful political ...

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Your Overall Self-esteem Matters!

Dotun Roy Have you ever felt so awkward about yourself to the extent that your supposed high self esteem suddenly dropped down on the floor at your feet? or simply put you just didn’t feel you deserve anything better in life because of your past mistakes, thereby your self worth becomes an illusion overnight. And when you got to your ...

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Youth and Today's Politics in the Third World

Dotun Roy It is quite reasonable and commendable that youth relegation in today’s politics is gradually becoming a thing of the past, particularly in the developed world (G7 nations) where so much confidence is now being place in the active youth participation in politics. Couple of days ago, I stumbled on a story about a Nigerian who might just end ...

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