World No Tobacco Day

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The motor park used to be one of my favorite places. There are different people, sounds, colours; sometimes I get ideas there. I listen on to the conversations that drift over, most especially the hassles between the passengers and the drivers, sometimes the agberos. However associated with motor parks is the subtle (sometimes pungent) smell […]

SUICIDE

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It’s the greatest betrayal to one’s self. You think that betrayal in friendship is bad, try betraying yourself. Sadly, you won’t have a tale to tell, only other people will have something to say about your pointless actions. What experience should warrant you taking your own life? A sage once opined that there are only […]

CHILD LABOUR IN NIGERIA

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Good afternoon Nigerians. I’m just here to remind you that the young boys with soapy waters and foams in their hands that tried to clean your car in traffic this morning are children. Ada, your neighbour’s daughter who hawks pepper from dawn till dusk everyday is just 10 years old. The alabaru that wheeled your […]

Arise Oh Compatriot

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I do see some propaganda posts of “before and after” especially after a road has been fixed. The truth is that the reverse is the case. Government is supposed to be of the people by the people and for the people, what we see now is government by the aspirants for their party by their […]

REPORT OF THE DRUG ABUSE CAMPAIGN

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On Wednesday 23rd January, 2019, a Drug Abuse Campaign was carried out in line with the National Drug and Alcohol Fact Week (NDAFW). This was pioneered by Food and Genes Initiatives as part of its Drug Abuse Youth Sensitization (365 Days), of which One Voice Initiative for Women and Children Emancipation was a partner and […]