When the National Working Committee of the All Progressives Congress, APC, first met with the National Executive Council of the party, it was obvious to many that the outcome of the meeting will be a long drawn battle over the mode or method to adopt in the conduct of its primary election ahead of the [...]
The resignation of Mrs Olukemi Adeosun as Minister of Finance on Friday, Sept. 14, for forgery has raised questions over the workings of Nigeria.
The issues border on honesty, integrity, patriotism, weakness and incompetence as well as relationship between the s [...]
As the race to 2019 elections gathers momentum, the two dominant political parties in Delta State, the Peoples Democratic Party, PDP, and All Progressives Congress, APC, are currently a beehive of activities as aspirants have been thronging the various state party secretariats to tidy up loopholes or [...]
In the last two decades, the name Atiku Abubakar has reverberated within the nation’s political landscape. In quest to be president of the Federal Republic of Nigeria, opinions are divided with some saying he can be trusted with the nations’ top job, while others feel otherwise. As [...]
Democracy in Nigeria has been on a glorious ascent since 1999 although it's veracity has been tested one too many times already. Democratically elected leaders have come and gone, and democracy is waxing stronger by the day. And long will it continue.
In Nigeria, the general elections [...]
Family planning is a common problem with developing countries due to low uptake of modern contraception as this is a major cause of geometric increase in population.
One of the ways the population can be controlled is through the use of birth control using modern [...]
In our society, planning a family is attributed to couples but studies have shown that, planning early in life even as an adolescent will curb unplanned pregnancy, reduce maternal mortality as a result of unsafe abortions.
Young people need not just family planning but also life planning as it [...]
So far, 15,303 girls in Bauchi, Katsina and Zamfara states have been enrolled in UNICEF’s Girls For Girls, G4G, initiative aimed at improving enrolment, retention, completion and transition of the girls from primary to junior secondary schools. T [...]
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