An Abuja based youth development network, Africana League, has embarked on a civic engagement campaign, sensitizing school children in Gwarinpa of the Federal Capital Territory on citizenship duties and civic responsibility.
Programs Officer of the organization, Muruako Emmanuel, i [...]
Transport business owners operating in the Jabi motor park fear their days in the motor park may have been numbered, as conducting business in the park is no longer profitable.
Afropop star, David Adeleke aka Davido is set to collaborate with American pop sensation, Chris Brown on a new song, ‘Blow My Mind’.
Brown is an award-winning singer and actor who has sold over 100 million records worldwid [...]
The European Union, EU, has disclosed that over 150,000 children and 2,500 teachers will directly benefit from two new funded projects aimed at providing immediate education services and strengthening the education system in Borno State.
The EU has also earmarked €20 milli [...]
Rita Dominic makes case for another rape victim
While the dust raised over the rape allegation levelled agai [...]
Chairman of Nigerian Young Professionals Forum, NYPF, Moses Siloko Siasia, has blamed some governors in the Niger Delta region for not fully tapping into what he called the economic potential of the region, saying they are creating an army of youths who may soon rise up against the zone.
Special Assistant on Media to the coordinator, Presidential Amnesty Programme, PAP, Mr Murphy Ganagana, has stated that the programme has empowered 2,187 and trained 800 beneficiaries in small and medium scale business enterprises.
The beneficiaries are spread across Rivers, Bayelsa, Delta, Akw [...]
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