21st October 2021
  • 9:11 pm Through the Eyes of Ides Ofune – Women Shouldn’t Have to Choose Between Motherhood and Higher Education
  • 9:52 am Research confirms that intermittent fast produces weight loss.
  • 3:20 am AfricTivists Releases list of 10 Pre-finalists for AfricTivists Civic Action Prize.
  • 7:32 am Pursuing the ‘Made In Africa’ dream: Google, AFDB to invest over $3 billion.
  • 8:50 am Global Teacher Prize 2021: Who will take home $1 million?
  • 8:23 am 11 Tips For Maintaining A Healthy Lifestyle
Tony Elumelu Foundation as a case study in New York University

New York University (NYU), United States of America has included the Tony Elumelu Foundation in the Introduction to Corporate Social Responsibility course at the School of Professional Studies. Starting this summer, the course will be used as a gold standard in African philosophy and a successful case study in public-private partnerships in Africa. The Foundation¬†launched its flagship Entrepreneurship […]

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The two-day Horn of Africa trade forum ended Friday in Addis Ababa with participants agreeing that with the African Continental Trade Agreement (AfCFTA) now in force, it was time for the continent to increase domestic production of pharmaceutical products and end over dependence on imported medicines. The AfCFTA, they agreed, provides an opportunity for economies […]

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Rape is a crime

Rape is a crime! I have come to realise that most people did not watch all parts of the video where Busola Dakolo recounted her horrid rape experience where she alleged that Biodun Fatoyinbo, the Senior Pastor of the Commonwealth Zion Assembly, committed the crime. ¬†Please watch the videos below and not the few clips […]

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In Nigeria the campaign promise is a complete contrast from what the elected personnel works achieve. The inconsistent is abysmal. This author has no intention of criticising a particular administration in Nigeria but asking for a holistic view of the Nigerian state in the light of the issue discussed thus far.

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