Investment in nutrition, according to experts would prevent nearly half of child mortalities, boost the economy by 50 percent and increase school attendance.
For every dollar invested in reducing stunting among children, there is a return on investment of $16 dollars. Children are also likely t [...]
The Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) has described as misleading a report of the United States Department of Bureau of Democracy, Human Rights and Labour over Nigeria’s anti-graft war.
For decades, Michael Jackson has been called "the King of Pop". He's one of the biggest superstars of all time.
But his legacy has been called into question after a documentary ca [...]
More and more elections are being held in Africa however analysts dismiss many as being "lawful but illegitimate". Although studies show that a majority of Africans still want to live in democracies, an increasing number are looking to alternative, autocratic models, reports the BBC& [...]
What do we mourn when we mourn the death of an individual to whom we had an enduring, personal attachment? Is it merely the perceived or actual cruelty of the manner of passing that wounds us? Is it the relative brevity of the life, the fact that death arrived the right address at the wrong time? Is i [...]
Over the years, Earl Osaro Onaiwu, has like old wine, mature into a rare and fine specie of those endowed with grace and are living gracefully.
Onaiwu, though a man of many parts, lives the conviction of his belief, one reason he has weathered not a few storms to remain a near-permanent feature [...]
Nigeria faces a three-fold problem of access, quality and infrastructure in educating her growing children population. In some parts of Kano state, the ambition to acquire education places a demand on the child, not only of hard work but also of long distant trekking to access available schools.< [...]
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