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35 Nigerians illegally detained in Ghana, Group raises alarm

35 Nigerians illegally detained in Ghana, Group raises alarm

A non-Governmental group, Concerned Citizens Rights (CCR) has raised the alarm that 35 Nigerians were illegally detained in a border town of Aflao in Ghana located between the country and Togo Republic. This came barely a week after some apartments ...

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Join a Twenty Million March Against Rape In Nigeria

Join a Twenty Million March Against Rape In Nigeria

Completecare and Empowerment Initiative, a frontline Non-Governmental Organisation in Nigeria is deeply concern about the rate of rape cases and other Gender-Based Violence in Nigeria in recent times. Preamble: according to media reports, January and June, 2020, nearly 1000 cases of ...

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Where did we lose it?

By Ruth Richard Where did we lose it? Where did we keep good neighborliness? Where did we lose our morals, discipline and the saying “injury to one is injury to all?” I was stuck in traffic days back waiting for the ...

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Nigerian and the Theory of Racism

Nigerian and the Theory of Racism

By Ruth Richard We must renounce our tribal identities; I’m a Nigerian NOT Igbo, Hausa or Yoruba. The recent current of the #BlackLivesMatter movement in the US has surged tremendously in Nigeria – a country in the thrall of its ...

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Gambari: Buy One, Get One Free

Gambari: Buy One, Get One Free

By Ray Ekpu Since 1999 Nigeria has had four Chiefs of Staff who served four of our Presidents. Retired Major General Abdullahi Mohammed served Chief Olusegun Obasanjo for all of his eight years in office and one year of Umaru ...

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COVID 19 PANDEMIC: Maritime Academy Of Nigeria Sets Pace In Virtual Learning Modalities

COVID 19 PANDEMIC: Maritime Academy Of Nigeria Sets Pace In Virtual Learning Modalities

By Edet Okpo Imagine that while every other school in the country have shut down completely and hanging their hopes on uncertainties, the story of the Maritime Academy of Nigeria (MAN), is enviably different for the good reason! Typical of ...

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Prof. Eno Ibanga Reappointment: Law Vindicates VC, Gov. Udom

Prof. Eno Ibanga Reappointment: Law Vindicates VC, Gov. Udom

By Saviour Ekpe The issue regarding the Akwa Ibom State University, the Vice-Chancellor of the revered citadel of learning, Prof. Eno Ibanga and the Executive Governor of our dear Akwa Ibom, Mr. Udom Gabriel Emmanuel has received media and legal ...

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COVID-19: A’Ibom CP Edgal Leads Service Chiefs for Compliance

COVID-19: A’Ibom CP Edgal Leads Service Chiefs for Compliance

… As sit-at-home tightens By Saviour Ekpe In compliance with the sit-at-home order of the Akwa Ibom State Government restricting vehicular movement and that of persons within the shores of the state as a means of contending the deadly virus, ...

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How Aging could be manipulated –  Scientists

How Aging could be manipulated –  Scientists

The mechanisms that extend lifespan in humans are poorly understood. Here we show that extended longevity in humans is associated with a distinct transcriptome signature in the cerebral cortex that is characterized by down regulation of genes related to neural ...

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Africa is already a role model for gender diversity – Osoka

Africa is already a role model for gender diversity – Osoka

The 8th Africa Forum will take place on the 9th and 10th of March 2020 in Abidjan, Ivory Coast, immediately after International Women’s Day. The timing may be coincidental, but the topic of women is at the top of the ...

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