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    Corruption Must Die For Nigeria To Live – Falae

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    National Chairman, Social Democratic Party (SDP), Chief Olu Falae, has called for total eradication of corruption in the country. Falae, who made the call during a press conference, said corruption has become “a most devastating evil facing this generation.” Listing the challenges that the country has encountered as a result of corruption, Chief Falae said,…

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    A Tale Of Triumph Over Sickle Cell Disease

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    For patients with sickle cell disease, it is as though the end has come for them. Each day is lived in anticipation for the day they would be called to the world beyond. This was the life of Ifueko Fex Ogbomo till she got healed of the disease. CHIBUNMA UKWU writes that the talented author…

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    Gaining Justice Against Gender Violation In Nigeria

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    Gender violation is a menace which has gained prominence over the years in the Nigerian society. With the rate of abuse on the increase, stakeholders decry that it should be stopped and justice granted to victims. CHIBUNMA UKWU writes. Omenessa Akonomafe is a grown Nigerian woman, she is not just married but is the president…

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    Don’t Destroy Basic Education, Group Urges States

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    Niger Delta Renaissance Organisation (NDRO) has urged state governments not to destroy basic education in the country through their apathy towards the accessment of UBEC funds. The group made this known in a press statement signed by its national coordinator, Comrade Nwokoma Messiah while reacting to a statement credited to the supervising minister of education,…

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    The Need To Support People Living With Disabilities

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    Recently, the International Day for Persons Living With Disabilities was observed with the theme, “Breaking barriers, open doors for an inclusive development society and development for all .” Stakeholders lamented that a lot needs to be done to carry people-living-with-disabilities along in the society. CHIBUNMA UKWU writes They are seen everywhere in the society, they…

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    How Epileptic Patients Cope With Life

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    Unlike cancer and HIV, treatment of epilepsy is one condition that seems not to have enough governments’ attention. Stakeholders have raised called for governmental intervention, stressing the negative effects of the ailment on victims. CHIBUNMA UKWU writes It was supposed to be a beautiful afternoon. Life was going on well but not for the epileptic…

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    Are Nigerian Youths Set For Leadership Role?

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    After 53 years of independence, Nigerian youths are yet to be practically involved in piloting the affairs of the country.  CHIBUNMA UKWU writes on the youths’ call on the authorities to allow them have their place in the leadership sphere It’s often said that the youths are the leaders of tomorrow. The saying has remained…

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