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We are a family of teachers — Awosika

We are a family of teachers — Awosika

By Morenike Taire & Florence Amagiya Turning 80 is a prospect that quite amuses education icon, High Chief (Mrs) Winifred Awosika. As family, friends and staff members rally round to put finishing touches to high octane plans to celebrate the big day, she quips, “I don’t know what all the fuss is about; I feel exactly
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Why I go to work daily with resignation letter in my pocket

Why I go to work daily with resignation letter in my pocket ― Abia House Speaker

Abia: I’ll rather quit politics than contest 2023 gov poll By Clifford Ndujihe Speaker of the Abia State House of Assembly, Chinedum Enyinnaya Orji, hardly grants interviews, appearing to be media-shy. However, in this chat, he spoke on Abia politics, why the legislature enjoys harmonious relations with the executive, why he will not contest 2023
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CAROLINE MOORE: Driven by hatred for poverty, suffering

Caroline Moore is the Convener of Why I am Alive initiative and the CEO of Eureka Productions Ltd – a media production organisation that specialises in content creation, media buying and public relations among others. She is driven by the passion to ensure people find their purpose in life. She has done numerous projects that bordered on helping individuals discover their purpose of existence. Moore, who has partnered with renowned individuals and organisations like WIMBIZ, RCCG National, Glazia, Tara, and Trany among others, tells her story

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Amotekun is tokenism, struggle for real solution continues — Odumakin, Afenifere spokesman

Publicity Secretary of pan-Yoruba socio-political organisation, Afenifere, Mr. Yinka Odumakin, in this interview, examines issues surrounding the launch of a security outfit for the South-West region, Operation Amotekun, saying the birth of the platform does not foreclose the need for regional autonomy. He dismisses arguments against the outfit, saying any society facing threats posed by suspected herdsmen, kidnappers and others could have done the same.

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ABODERIN-TALABI: Why hard work is not enough for…

Olubunmi Aboderin-Talabi is the immediate past Executive Council Chairperson of Women in Management, Business and Public Service ,WIMBIZ. She is also the Founding Publisher of Clever Clogs Books and Convener of Akada Children’s Book Festival. In this interview, she shares her experience as leader of Nigeria’s top female platform dedicated to  inspiring women to attain leadership roles in management, business, and public service.  She also talks about her work as a children’s book author.

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