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This albinism beauty pageant is a significant milestone in the fight against albino killing and discrimination in Africa.
On Friday, October 22, Kenya had its first albinism beauty pageant. The aim was to dispel the stereotype albinos face and to build their confidence.
Why these three Nigerian lawmakers are no different from Donald Trump.
“Every woman lied when they came forward to hurt my campaign, total fabrication. The events never happened.
Here is a list of actual, credible, real Wonder Women the UN could have chosen from.
Black long hair, red curve-hugging corset, with her sword sheathed and hung on her back, just beneath her shield, ready to take down bad guys–that is Wonder Woman, a comic character, and now an honoraryUnited...
Will agriculture better distribute wealth in the Niger Delta?
The first thought that comes to the mind of many Nigerians whenever Niger Delta is mentioned is either ‘oil’ or ‘militancy’, and sometimes both.
A Nigerian female activist fights for the rights of immigrants from a solitary cell in Japan.
48-year-old Nigerian, Elizabeth Aruoriwo Obueza is currently fighting for her release from solitary confinement in Tokyo, Japan. Her crime? Being an activist for detained foreigners in Japan.
The IDPs are not safe, even in heavily guarded settlement camps.
In Nigeria, the internally displaced persons’ (IDP) camps housing people displaced from the insurgency by Boko Haram (the Islam caliphate terrorist group) in North-Eastern Nigeria, has come under scrutiny for their poor conditions under which...
Nigerians are having shallow conversations over former Miss Anambra, Chidinma Okeke’s sex tape scandal.
Over the weekend, both Nigeria’s social and traditional media were abuzz with the news of a leaked sex tape involving now dethroned 20-year-old pageant queen, Miss Chidinma Okeke.
As World Vegan Day ushers in the new month, we take a glimpse into veganism as a lifestyle choice in Nigeria.
Today is World Vegan Day.
Nigeria hails US-based doctor for successful operation on unborn baby.
On Tuesday, the Nigerian Federal Government commended a US-based Nigerian surgeon, Dr Oluyinka Olutoye, for successfully removing a tumour from an unborn baby.
Does domestic violence in Nigeria always have to involve a near death situation before it receives due attention?
According to a 2008 statistics report, 28 percent of women in Nigeria, cutting across socio-economic structures and cultures, have experienced domestic violence.