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2019: Govt should address issues relating to education, health, others — Nigerian women

As year 2019 kicks off in earnest, Nigerians are optimistic that there will be some positive changes in all sectors of the economy in order for businesses and investments to thrive. In their submission, some Nigerians especially women, noted that they are expecting the government to address some of the issues begging for attention.

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2019: I’ve support of women, youth as strength to be FCT’s first female Senator — Rose Gyar

The Federal Capital Territory, FCT, senatorial candidate under platform of the Allied People’s Movement, APM, Mrs Rose Gyar, an industrialist and women’s rights and empowerment advocate, in this interview expressed optimism that she will emerge FCT’s first female senator in the forthcoming senatorial election on February 16, 2019, based on massive support she already has of women and youth in the FCT, as she speaks on vital issues to be tackle if elected. Excerpts:

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Day Ashimolowo fed, clothed, doled out N12million to 12,000 widows in Osun

January 5th, 2019, will forever remain indelible in the hearts of about 8,000 widows from Modakeke and over 4,000 from Ode Omu and its environs, who took part in a widows outreach programme convened by Pastor Matthew Ashimolowo, Senior Pastor, Kingsway International Christian Centre, KICC, and his wife, Yemisi, in Ode Omu, Osun State last weekend.

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The New Year is when to plan for your intimacy

THE cliche of the frigid wife who doesn’t want sex has been replaced by a new reality — women who are married or in a committed relationship want to be having more sex. So how does a woman in love bring the passion back into her relationship? According to Dr. Phill McGraw, a renowned sociologist: “Figuring out what you can do differently is the most efficient way to get the sex life you want.” He,along with some experts,then proceed to list some moves that will leave your man begging for mercy tonight and every night thereafter. And what better time than the New Year to start? Here in a nutshells is what they suggested:

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Women in 2018: Events that shaped the year

Only yesterday, we were itching to celebrate the New Year and dive into 2019. But in the twinkle of an eye, we’re five days into 2019. While 2018 may be history already, the events that shaped the year for womenfolk in particular, will, for long, linger in memories. Weekend Woman takes a quick look at the major women-related events that got tongues wagging across the country in 2018, beginning with the most recent. 

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ActionAid to rescue child-beggars with N3m ERCCAP-N project in Kebbi for 3 yrs

It has been a source of worry and concern over the years with the menace of street children in Nigeria whose population proportion is the largest with a number of 40 million children, which out of this figure over 10.5 million of them, are out of school, while 17. 5 million of them are categorised as orphans and vulnerable and lack adequate care and protection.

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