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Meet the Nigerian Woman Rescuing Girls from Sex Trafficking in Italy

“I don free” Joy, a 17-year-old Nigerian girl says gleefully as Princess pushes her head in a playful manner. Joy is young, beautiful and simply wants to go to school, but she was forced to Italy for a different school on the streets by her ‘pimp’. Joy is a victim of child trafficking, she is part of the 200 girls, Princess has helped ...

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EPL Week 13; Match Report

Hello and Welcome to EPL Week 13 Match Report. Chelsea, Liverpool, Manchester City, and Arsenal all took care of business during Saturday/Sunday 2016-17 Premier League action, grabbing close wins to keep their bid to win the title on schedule. The Blues beat Tottenham Hotspur 2-1 in Saturday’s most anticipated fixture bringing an end to Spurs unbeaten record in the competition, ...

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EPL Week 13;Day 2 Fixtures

Good Morning, Its The 13th Week of The European Premier League and action continues today with 4 Matches to be played. Chelsea ended Tottenham’s unbeaten record in the Premier League with Nigeria’s Victor Moses winning goal and In other matches Manchester City won Burnley, Liverpool defeated Sunderland, Hull and Leicester City drew with WestBrom and Middlebrough while the last game between Swansea and ...

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When Will We Have Another Obafemi Awolowo in Nigeria?

Despite all the challenges being faced by Nigerians, Nigeria has remained a very beautiful and powerful nation with dynamic citizens, exceptional wherever they find themselves. The history of Africa’s most populous nation isn’t complete without the legacies of Chief Obafemi Awolowo. Awo’s signature victory sign (letter “V” formed by the extension of index and middle fingers) was later adopted by ...

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Simple But Powerful Tips: 6 Ways to Enjoy a Healthy Life and Live Long

There are little things to put in place for a healthier and longer life! Keeping the body healthy, strong and in great shape requires active and constant efforts from individuals who are determined to ‘feed their bodies’ the very best of everything and the goodness it deserves to keep it running smoothly and in great shape. There are things (asides ...

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A New Data Tool is Arming Africans With Statistics to Keep Their Governments in Check

A new online tool can help Africans keep their leaders accountable by tracking statistics on governance. The Mo Ibrahim Foundation has launched a new data portal that collects and measures statistics on issues like safety, human rights and economic opportunities. The Ibrahim Index of African Governance relies on 15 years of statistics that the foundation has collated through censuses, surveys ...

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Ondo Governorship Election: War of Words Intensifies as Supreme Court Delivers Final Judgment

The Supreme Court has struck out all the interlocutory appeals filed by the Ali Sheriff faction of the opposition Peoples Democratic Party, PDP, Premium Times is reporting. Mr. Sheriff insists he is the authentic chairman of the PDP. However, a Court of Appeal in Abuja on Wednesday declared Ahmed Makarfi the authentic PDP leader. A PDP aspirant in Ondo, Jimoh ...

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Obasanjo Blasts President Buhari, Condemns His Criticism of Past Administrations

Former President Olusegun Obasanjo on Wednesday came down hard on President Muhammadu Buhari, Daily Post reports. Obasanjo, who visits Buhari in Aso Rock frequently, accused the president of dwelling on the past. Delivering the keynote at the First Akintola Williams Annual Lecture on Wednesday, Obasanjo lambasted the Buhari administration for continuous attacks on three previous administrations. His words: “The blanket ...

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Health Alert! Here’s What You Need to Know About Tuberculosis (TB)

Tuberculosis has a long, rich history, dating back as far as Ancient Egypt, with evidence of its presence found in the preserved spines of Egyptian mummies. What is Tuberculosis? Tuberculosis (TB) is an infectious disease caused by a bacterium called Mycobacterium tuberculosis (MTB) which affects the lungs and are spread through the air from person to person. It is the second greatest killer ...

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Unveiled! Real Reason You Should Always Answer Your Phone Calls

During the burial of a young man Dele (Chevening not real name), his friend Taiwo (not real name) was crying out his heart. He wept uncontrollably that many people kept wondering why. The Master of Event dropped the microphone and went to Taiwo to calm him down and he asked that he shared his memory of the deceased and why he was soo ...

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