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Op-Ed EditorApril 16, 2021

Akani Simbine returns to winning ways but stopped by ‘The Wind’ for new SA 100m record

South African sprinter, Akani Simbine, was so close to reworking history by being the record holder of the 100m race at ...

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Op-Ed EditorApril 13, 2021

“We can’t afford not to use our platforms for change” | Youth Summit rallies young Nigerians for Good Governance

Nigerian creative industry and social media “influencers” have resolved to increase their engagement with governance, politics and public policy in ...

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Op-Ed EditorApril 13, 2021

“Someone said I slept with the wife of the man who helped my career” – Perruzi shared #WithChude

On the latest episode of #WithChude, sensational Nigerian music artist, Tobechukwu Victor Okoh, popularly known as Perruzi, opened up to host Chude Jideonwo, about how he ...

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Op-Ed EditorApril 12, 2021

Create your own luck | The Daily Vulnerable

Here is what I learned from my conversation with Peruzzi: Mehn, your life can change in an instant! And how ...

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Op-Ed EditorApril 9, 2021

Your life can change in a second | The Daily Vulnerable

Your life can truly change in a second. Peruzzi had an emotional, very honest conversation with me about the second ...

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Op-Ed EditorApril 8, 2021

Get positive energy around you | The Daily Vulnerable

Rita: I like positive energy around me. However, I am quite a very playful person especially if I am comfortable ...

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Op-Ed EditorApril 7, 2021

“I respect the institution of marriage, but I won’t rush in to please the public” – Actress Rita Dominic tells #WithChude

This week’s episode of #WithChude featured a candid conversation with one of Nigeria’s finest actresses, Rita Dominic, who shared with ...

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Op-Ed EditorApril 7, 2021

‘I have children that I take care of’ | The Daily Vulnerable

Rita Dominic: “I may not have birthed them but I have children that I take care of; I have people ...

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Op-Ed EditorApril 5, 2021

It is fine to feel things deeply, even if nobody else understands | The Daily Vulnerable

“We need art, we need artists, we need people who reflect ourselves back to us.  “We need people who tell ...

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Op-Ed EditorApril 1, 2021

‘Something died in me when my father died’ – Actress Omotola Jalade Ekeinde reveals on #WithChude

The latest episode of #WithChude, saw Nigerian veteran actress, singer, philanthropist, and Member of the Order of the Federal Republic, Omotola ...

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Op-Ed EditorMarch 31, 2021

Garba Shehu: Buhari not a medical tourist, INEC: We’ll continue to register new parties | 5 Things That Should Matter Today

Across the thirty-six states of Nigeria, these are the five biggest stories you shouldn’t miss out on: Garba Shehu: Buhari ...

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Op-Ed EditorMarch 31, 2021

“Time heals everything,” Omotola Jalade-Ekeinde | The Daily Vulnerable

“One of the greatest lessons that life has taught me is to remain calm and understand that everything will pass. ...

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Op-Ed EditorMarch 30, 2021

#IWD2021 Special: Daughters are not consolatory prizes

By Angel Nduka-Nwosu. I grew up Christian and was raised attending a very close-knit community church. My childhood memories are ...

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Op-Ed EditorMarch 30, 2021

Buhari leaves for medical check-up in London, Fayemi: How Boko Haram gets funded | 5 Things That Should Matter Today

Across the thirty-six states of Nigeria, these are the five biggest stories you shouldn’t miss out on: Buhari leaves for ...

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Op-Ed EditorMarch 30, 2021

How to spell Naija | The Daily Vulnerable

“When Titus recovered from the fever that hospitalized him all week, he returned to his Facebook page more grumpily than ...

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Op-Ed EditorMarch 24, 2021

Theatre scholar Ms Pat Obilor, launches ‘Obilor Theatre’, adapts William Shakespeare’s King Lear to an African Play setting

Pat Obilor’s the “Queen’s Wish is a modern Nigerian Yoruba Afrocentric folktale, an adaptation from the historic Elizabethan tragic play ...

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Op-Ed EditorMarch 23, 2021

Buhari: Expensive lifestyles will be probed, McLaren signs deal with 13-year-old Nigerian American | 5 Things That Should Matter Today

Across the thirty-six states of Nigeria, these are the five biggest stories you shouldn’t miss out on: Buhari: Nigerians flaunting ...

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Op-Ed EditorMarch 23, 2021

#YWomenRoundTable Conversations powered by Knorr: Women need to create a culture that they are most comfortable in

It is no news that women all over the world are being celebrated in the month of March. Where for ...

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Op-Ed EditorMarch 22, 2021

#IWD2021: In honour of Nawal El-Sadawy, the woman who inspired me to rethink Allah

by Asiya Hameed There are many reasons to write about the plight of women at any given time and not ...

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Op-Ed EditorMarch 22, 2021

Rubbin’ Minds’ #IWMSpecial powered by Lipton: The duty is on each of us to fight against sexual and gender-based violence

In a room of 10 Nigerian women, at least 3 have experienced some form of sexual abuse by the age ...

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Op-Ed EditorMarch 22, 2021

Loss will beat you down if you let it | The Daily Vulnerable

The greatest lesson I took away from the deep conversation I had with Teni Makanaki was something profound that she ...

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Op-Ed EditorMarch 20, 2021

Ingressive for Good is empowering 1000 women with design skills | Partners Geneza School of Design

Non-profit, Ingressive For Good just launched the #1000WomenInDesign programme in partnership with Geneza School of Design. It aims to empower ...

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Op-Ed EditorMarch 18, 2021

#IWD2021 Special: Dear Sista Ada, here’s our apology letter

By Tolu Akintara Dear Sista Ada, We are sorry. We know Sorry would not wipe your bloodshot eyes, we know ...

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Op-Ed EditorMarch 18, 2021

Remind yourself the things you’ve learnt | The Daily Vulnerable

Elvina: Tell us about Joy. Chude: Joy is very dear to my heart. I got my first experience of depression in ...

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Op-Ed EditorMarch 17, 2021

#IWD2021 Special: The time to end ‘acceptance and compromise’ is now

by Fatimah Adegbite When I was a little girl, as little girls were taught then, “you don’t play around boys, ...

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Op-Ed EditorMarch 17, 2021

Exploring gender through the viewpoint of Igbo Spirituality

by Obinna Tony-Francis Ochem There is a story told of Area Scatter, a crossdresser who played an ornamental thumb piano ...

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Op-Ed EditorMarch 16, 2021

#YWomenRoundTable Conversations powered by Knorr: Women need to take charge in ending ‘Tokenism’

“We cannot ignore the fact that it does exist,” Tomike Adeoye, the Host of the Y! Women conversations says. This ...

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Op-Ed EditorMarch 16, 2021

EiE celebrates 11 years of Inspiring Actions, One Person at a Time

“Change will not come if we wait for some other person or some other time. We are the ones we’ve ...

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Op-Ed EditorMarch 16, 2021

#IWD2021 Special: ‘I choose to challenge you’

by Tolu Akintaro The day is March 8th. Every major organisation rolled out their best graphics for Women’s Day, others ...

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Op-Ed EditorMarch 15, 2021

Mo Salah wins Favourite African Star award at Nickelodeon’s Kid’s Choice Awards 2021, as Emanuella takes home African Social Media star prize

Nickelodeon’s Orange Blimp took fans on a virtual ride around the world and beyond at this year’s Nickelodeon’s Kids’ Choice ...

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