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Day: January 14, 2022

Akinlabi: Female Soldiers, Others Seek Review Of ‘Discriminatory’ Law

A few days ago, when video clips showing a male corps member proposing to a female soldier identified as Private Sofiyat Akinlabi at the National Youth Service Corps orientation camp in Yikpata, Kwara State hit the internet, pleasant reactions from many social media users trailed the development. One of the video clips apparently recorded on the …

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Deep Blue Project: Amaechi’s Attempt At Solving Nigeria’s Maritime Security Issues

The federal government became worried in 2015 over the rising piracy trends in the Gulf of Guinea and vowed not to allow maritime piracy in the region to expand relatively unchecked on Nigerian waters.   This inadvertently accounts for the reason which the Minister of Transportation, Rotimi Chibuike Amaechi, rode on that he would crack down …

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Prioritising Archaeology Can Boost Cultural Heritage Preservation

As young children, we were not just told of witches, ghosts and spirits. We were also told of the people they think could easily be possessed by supernatural forces. These people, they say, are archaeologists. I had always admired a neighbour who usually travelled out even during the holidays as a university student. She would …

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Egocentric Politicians: Agents That Impede Nigeria’s Speedy Development

Nigeria, on the Western coast of Africa, is one of the products of British colonialism. It encompasses over 250 ethnic groups and is endowed with abundant natural and human resources. The first capital territory was created by decree in 1976. Lagos was the former capital city of Nigeria and still retains its relevance as the …

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Kannywood, don’t be an agent of destruction, please learn from Bollywood

A film, also called a movie, motion picture or moving picture, is a work of visual art used to simulate experiences that communicate ideas, stories, perceptions, feelings, beauty, or atmosphere through the use of moving images. These images are generally accompanied by sound, and more, rarely, other sensory stimulations. I watched a Bollywood movie “Gabbar”, …

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I Started Recording First-Class Grades In My Third Year – Tochukwu, UNN First Class Graduate

Azubuine Samuel Tochukwu is a first class graduate of Software Engineering from UNN, and in this interview, he speaks on plans to build his career path. Balanced work-life: Myth or fact Prioritising skills, not certificates can push Nigeria to China’s track What is your educational background? I grew up in the busy and bubbly city …

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