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Nigerians live in hopelessness — Presbyterian Church

THE Presbyterian Church of Nigeria (PCN) has  declared that Nigerians  now live  in apparent hopelessness. It blamed this on the economic and socio-political situation in the country in which the major social structures are collapsing. In a communiqué issued at the end of the quarterly meeting of its General Assembly Executive Committee (GAEC), the  church
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I pray we solve Nigeria’s problems without bloodshed — Senator Jibril Aminu

*Insists deregulation is the only way forward *Says Nigeria has invested heavily in education *‘Some people are still living with prejudices of the First Republic’ In this concluding part of the interview with Senator Jubril Aminu, some of his comments came across as scary. Sampler: Look at what happened in Lagos between the Oodua Peoples
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Violence against women: Getting worse

Mama Favour had been dreading the end of term report that her first son would bring home. Throughout the term she had been ensuring that he attended classes regularly and did his home work. She even got him a lesson coach, still his reports weren’t improving, and this infuriates the father. Her fears were confirmed when he didn’t make the first twenty in his class.

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Post-Amnesty: Don’t ignore Itsekiri, others, FG told

By Emma Amaize Warri-NIGER-DELTA activist and Itsekiri youth leader, Comrade Omolubi Newuwumi, has advised that the Itsekiri and other  ethnic nationalities in the Niger-Delta should not be ignored by the Federal Government in the on-going discussions with stakeholders, including ex-militant leaders on the post- amnesty programme and the peace process generally in the region. Speaking
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Preparing for the Red carpet

As the Yuletide season draws near, so is the party season. And if you wish to party during this period, it’s time to think outside of the regular work ensemble. The dinners and formal evening events, affords us the opportunity to dress up. However, being on the red carpet requires a little bit of preparation.

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