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The saying that “Justice maybe slow but it will come eventually,” became a reality in the long running legal battle brought agains [...]
The security situation in the Federal Capital Territory Abuja is not any diff [...]
Part of the consequences Female Genital Mutilation poses on the girl-child according to experts includes; infertility, maternal death, infections, and the loss of sexual pleasure.
Experts have viewed this practice as harmful to girls and women and a violation of their human rights, stre [...]
Susan Godwin was in Lafia in 2013, helping her daughter nurse her newborn baby, when she received the news that her house and 30-heactare farm back home in Tudun Adebu had been burnt down during an intercommunal conflict in Obi Local Government Area of Nasarawa State.
As flourishing as her business was, Madam Bilikis Asimiu, a hard-working woman, would have gone farther in life but for her condition- Lymphatic Filariasis, one of the Neglected Tropical Diseases, she had to depend on people to get by daily.
All over the world, issues of police brutality have become worrisome with the subject often times attracting wide spread protest and sometimes and opportunity to discuss established societal ills.
As a matter of urgency, the Lagos state government needs to scale up nutrition interventions in order to save under-five children in the state from stunting and wasting.
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