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So “Low Battery Anxiety” Is A Thing And We Are All Guilty Of It

It’s no secret that many people can’t seem to operate without their phones. I’ve known people who traveled almost all the way to work and turned right back around to go get the phone they left at home. But as it turns out, our attachments to our phones these days is so great, we literally get stressed all the way ...

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Sex scandal: How parent framed teacher

Sound relationship between students and teachers in both single-sex or mixed gender schools has important, positive and long-lasting implications for the students’ academic and social development. In essence, students who feel a strong sense of personal connection to their teachers and freely with them, in return, receive constructive academic and moral guidance from teachers.  Thus, invariably, students who have support ...

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Eradicating poverty in Africa By Amina J Mohammed

There is an old Nigerian proverb that says “fine words do not produce food”. So I will keep my words as simple and clear as possible. Africa is facing a harsh reality that is exacerbated by climate change, poverty and conflict. Data shows that one in every two people on the continent lives in extreme poverty. In 15 years, most ...

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A Review Of Maryam Awaisu’s “Burning Bright” By Abubakar Evuti

Before anything, let us talk about one thing: it is not correct what the narrator suggested in Maryam Awaisu’s Burning Bright that, except a guy is gay, he is bound to stare at a woman’s behind should he ever find himself walking behind her. I’ll like to use this opportunity to clarify, once and for all, this false assertion. It ...

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Importance of the Nigerian Girl Child Education, By Khadijat Kuburat Lawal

To educate means to train the mind, character and abilities of individuals. Education is a fundamental human right that should be availed to all citizens irrespective of age, sex and nationality. There are a lot of human right instruments that provide for education as a fundamental right, including the Universal Declaration of Human Rights (1948). The importance of education in ...

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The Almajiri Foundation

Towards securing a better life and future for the less privileged and vulnerable “almajiri” children. BACKGROUND: Almajiris are supposed to be students seeking for knowledge away from their parents in an organized setting under the care of a guardian (a form of boarding school), a practice that dates back to pre-colonial Nigeria. However in the past few decades, almajiri has ...

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The Muslim’s Migrations To Abyssinia (A.D. 615-616)

By Solomon Dalung Muhammad Mustafa (may God bless him and his Ahlul-Bait), shared all the sorrows and afflictions of his followers who were being persecuted for believing that “God is One”, but he had no means to protect them. When the violence of the polytheists against the Muslims didn’t show any sign of de-escalating, he suggested to them to leave ...

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How Boko Haram Is Turning Girls Into Suicide Bombers

“They came to us to pick us,” Fati recalls. “They would ask, ‘Who wants to be a suicide bomber?’ The girls would shout, ‘me, me, me.’ They were fighting to do the suicide bombings.” Young girls fighting to strap on a bomb, not because they were brainwashed by their captors’ violent indoctrination methods but because the relentless hunger and sexual ...

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The Audacity Of Being A Nigerian Daughter

Lagos is my home. I was born in Northern Nigeria, but my family moved to Lagos when I was four years old. I love Nigeria. I love Nigeria despite her growing flaws: congested roads, unending traffic, corrupt politicians, unhelpful civil servants, power cuts and a shrinking job market. I love Nigeria enough to come back and participate in the National ...

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Nigerian Women Freed From Boko Haram Face Rejection at Home

DAKAR, Senegal — A new crisis is emerging as the Nigerian military liberates droves of women and girls from their Boko Haram captors: Many of the newly freed are being rejected when they return to their communities, according to a report released Tuesday. The women and girls, many of whom were raped by militants, have been labeled “annoba,” which means ...

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