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CAF African Footballer of the Year: Nigerian players miss out as CAF releases 5-man shortlist.
“Come next year” was the message from CAF as there were no spots for Nigerian players on the CAF African Footballer of the Year Award 5-man shortlist for 2016 released on Monday.
Keeping Up With Kanye West: Surely, people are not that foolish to believe in the myth of the ‘Kardashian curse’ … Or are they?
On Tuesday, November 22, 2016, rapper and entrepreneur, Kanye Omari West was hospitalised at the UCLA Medical centre for psychiatric evaluation following a quite eventful weekend.
WARIF is set to provide rape victims in Nigeria with more than just a relief centre.
In Nigeria, the rhetoric surrounding rape is almost comical and devastating. Apart from the trauma of being raped, victims of rape are also forced to believe the lie that they are to blame.
Much ado about Thanksgiving Day, and what it means to different communities in the United States.
It’s Thursday, November 24th, a pretty normal day for most people in some parts of the world.
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.
These three women are set to make history by being the first Nigerian representatives at the Winter Olympics.
Three Nigerian women, Seun Adigun, Ngozi Onwumere and Akuoma Omeoga are set to make history by being the first Nigerian representatives to participate in the Winter Olympic Games come 2018, in the sport of Bobsled.
Miguna Miguna’s rape comment trivialises sexual abuse.
“As soon as a woman gets to an age where she has opinions, and she is vital and she is strong, she is systematically shamed into hiding under a rock” – Sarah Silverman On November...
What’s in a rape rehabilitation centre? The rationale behind the opening of the WARIF centre explains it all.
We can never have too many rape rehabilitation centres. Those were some of the many emotionally charged words uttered by the founder of the Women at Risk Foundation (WARIF) organisation, Dr.
This woman deserves recognition for changing the narrative around people living with HIV/AIDS in rural Burkina Faso.
In Western and Central Africa, more than a quarter of deaths are caused by HIV/AIDS and 45 percent of children are born with HIV.
World AIDS Day 2016: First new HIV vaccine trial begins in Africa.
Just 13 days after the World Health Organisation indicated that Africa could be malaria-free in the next 2-3 years, the trial of the first new HIV vaccine is set to commence on the continent.