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I love using my hands – Mobola Akinruntan

Mobola Akinruntan is the daughter of billionaire monarch, Oba Obateru Akinruntan, the Olugbo of Ugboland in Ondo State and Chairman of Obat Oil, one of Nigeria’s largest oil companies. While that might mean the world to many, to Mobola, it’s only her father’s own portfolio and not hers as a distinct individual.

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Equity, not equality for womenfolk

THE question of who and the place of woman in the society formed the discourse by guests and poetry performance by some Nigerian students at a literary summit, tagged, “Female empowerment and sustainable development,” hosted by Miss Chioma Uwandu, founder, Impact Her Initiative, IHI in conjunction with the Department of English, University of Lagos.

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Children and cell phones: At what age should your child own a phone?

WITH the emergence of cell phones, especially the android phones, a lot more parents are beginning to go out of their way to buy very expensive phones for their children. More of Nigerian parents are encouraging their children even at a tender age to make use of the cell phone. One would then wonder if the idea of allowing children own cell phones is okay and what age is permissible for a child to have one.

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