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    Sodomy: Silent Abuse Of The Male-child

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    In a ceaseless fashion, the media has overtime been awash with reports of child sexual abuses. These abuses which can either be rape, stimulation or genital exhibition are often reported to be committed by older persons on minors. Most times when issues of sexual abuse are raised, it is only female victims that come to…

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    Sodomy: Silent Abuse Of The Male-child

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    In a ceaseless fashion, the media has overtime been awash with reports of sexual abuses of minors by older persons. Regrettably, however, whenever issues of sexual abuse of minors are raised, it is only female victims that come to mind. Research findings show that boys are as much victims as are girls. UGBOJA FELIX OJONUGWA…

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    Unraveling The Truth About Blood Donation

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    Less than one per cent of Nigerians, a minimum standard set by the WHO, donate blood. UGBOJA FELIX OJONUGWA takes a look at this unfortunate reality, the pervasive ignorance and skepticism around blood donation, its benefits and what should be done to encourage this culture of saving our lives and that of the recipients. Blood…

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    Kpadna Village: A Ghetto In Abuja’s City Centre

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    Kpadna village, a community in Utako is noted for so many things. Ugboja Felix Ojonugwa and Sunny Idachaba write that there are so many things about the village that are not obvious to an outsider until one visits there intimately In the centre of a modern city like Abuja, it is almost unbelievable to find…

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    We’re Under Pressure To Get Married Too – Bachelors

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    Penultimate Saturday, LEADERSHIP Weekend spoke with a cross-section of single ladies who have been under pressure for not being married due to different reasons. This week, the men are saying that the perception that only women are criticised for their single status is misconstrued because they have their fair share of that too. UGBOJA FELIX…

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    NYSC Exemption And Challenges Of Job Seekers

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    “I have not been able to gain employment for almost five years now since after my graduation because of how employers discriminate against NYSC exemption certificate holders.” This was Offor Rueben while speaking to LEADERSHIP about the plight of people who have graduated while above 30 years and are unable to serve during the NYSC…

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    Between Unemployment And Under-employment In Nigeria

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    Over the years, and in the build up to the 2015 presidential elections, one of the many issues that has always dominated discussions is the issue of lingering unemployment in Nigeria. UGBOJA FELIX OJONUGWA writes According to the National Bureau of Statistics, over 57 percent of Nigerian youths are unemployed. And the tendency for this…

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    Does Internet Media Have Any Impact On Political Realities?

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    Barely four weeks to the commencement of 2015 elections, political activities have taken on a new turn, with those canvassing the support of the electorates resorting to the use of social media in addition to their conventional campaign tours across the length and breadth of Nigeria. In this report, UGBOAJA FELIX OJONUGWA explores the argument…

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