Elizabeth Reigned, Majestically!

When I first saw the signature of Queen Elizabeth II, ‘Elizabeth R’, I was curious and started asking questions about what the ‘R’ stood for and why. Did the ‘R’ …

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The Coming of Liz Truss as UK PM & The Challenge for Nigerian Women

Liz Truss, as Leader of the Conservative Party, became the Prime Minister of the United Kingdom on Tuesday 6th September. She had been a Member of Parliament (MP) for South West Norfolk since 2010. Truss …

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Serena Williams: Thank You For The Music

The US Tennis Open which commences in Flushing Meadows, New York on Monday, will likely be the last time game watchers will see Legend Serena Williams on court in a …

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Birmingham 2022: Nigerian Women on Fire!

Nigeria has never had it so good in any multi sports competition in recent memory, as in the just concluded Commonwealth Games in Birmingham, England. Thanks to our women, Nigeria …

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‘My Period Stories’ – New Podcast On Periods Takes Off

A new podcast, ‘My Period Stories’, which is featuring conversations and stories about menstruation has been launched. The podcast series is part of the Sanitary Pad Media Campaign, SMPC, initiated …

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Single & Waiting, By Mary A. Adepoju – A Review

If I sound passionate in this review of Dr. Mary Adeyinka Adepoju’s book, ‘Single & Waiting’, know that it is because I cannot help it. I told her that as …

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Ecobank Nigeria Partners With “HerAbility Hub” on Promoting Girl-Child Education

Ecobank Nigeria says its partnership with HerAbility Hub to promote girl-child education is in line with its overall strategy to support the development of the nation’s education sector. The partnership …

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Life Imprisonment For Defiling A Minor – I Love This Judge!

The days of rapists and defilers of minors are over – so implies Justice O.H. Oshodi of the High Court in Lagos who recently sentenced an Islamic Cleric to life …

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EU-UN Spotlight Initiative to End Violence Against Women Commits to Leave No One Behind

As the EU-UN Spotlight Initiative begins its second phase of implementation, the European Union (EU) has called for more inclusivity so that no one is left behind. The EU emphasized …

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Supreme Court Justice Ketanji Onyika Brown Jackson – The New, One & Only Black Milady On The Block

The US Senate voted last Thursday 53 to 47 to confirm Ketanji Brown Jackson to the Supreme Court. She is the 116th justice and first Black woman to sit on United States’ highest …

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