The “distressing” figure of over 20 million children reported to be currently out-of-school in Nigeria is a cause of worry, according to the Chief Executive Officer of the international charity, IA-Foundation.
The Leader of Adventist Women’s Ministries, Mrs. Munachim Chibuenyim, has explained how Gender Based Violence (GBV) is hindering national productivity, saying it is occurring amongst people in the productive age group.
Two beautiful female Nigerian cops who appeared in a TikTok video that has now gone viral have been suspended by the country’s Police chief, Inspector General of Police (IGP) Usman Alkali Baba, for what he described as “discreditable conduct and violation of social media policy.”
The Princewills Trust has announced its readiness, in partnership with the Dubai Department of Economy and Tourism & CLR Education Consulting, to send another set of winners (Loveth, Alex and Omiete) of the Princewill – Trust Vision and Success Opportunity Challenge to Dubai.
UNICEF’s Diop said about 1.2 million under-five children were anemic, while 82,492 were wasted, saying that exclusive breastfeeding had improved from 6.7 per cent in 2016, to 21 per cent in 2022.
The Minister, Sadiya Umar-Farouq, disclosed this at the inauguration of the training and onboarding of 3,000 Stream 2 Independent Monitors of the N-SIP in Lokoja.
Save Our Heritage Initiative (SOHI), a Non Governmental Organization (NGO), has highlighted the ways in which empowerment of youths through skills acquisition can create wealth and end insecurity.
For the Dubai Girls: Chioma Akpotha, Ufuoma McDermott, Uche Jombo and Omoni Oboli, this marks the third time the quartet will be visiting Dubai together. The first trip happened in 2018, and the second happened in 2019, where they faced off successfully against the Choplife Gang.
“Nigeria currently hosts 3.2 million displaced persons, including some 82,000 refugees and some 3.1 million representing a 9 per cent increase from last year,” says UNHCR Deputy Representative John McKissick.