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cooperative

Threatened cooperation! Cooperative societies in the cloud of COVID-19

IMOLEAYO OYEDEYI reports that due to the COVID-19 pandemic, many cooperative societies are not operating optimally just as there are ...
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students

Uneasy calm: How pupils, students are getting their grooves back after three months

WALE AKINSELURE reports that pupils and students in primary 6 and JSS 3 and SS3 classes in Oyo State are ...
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church

How ‘Igbo Ifa’ (Ifa grove) became the pilgrimage home for Celestial church members

In this report, Imoleayo Oyedeyi captures the untold pains that the absence of fuel and epilepsy of electricity supply has ...
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Ondo

Zoning will decide next Ondo governor —Okunomo, PDP aspirant

Honourable Banji Okunomo is one of the governorship aspirants who got the ticket of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) to ...
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orphans

COVID-19: How we’re empowering orphans in Nigeria, Africa —Olugbenga Ogunbowale, social entrepreneur and founder of TOES

Olugbenga Ogunbowale is a Mandela Washington Fellow, a Tony Elumelu Foundation Fellow, a social entrepreneur, the CEO of Epower, and ...
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governorship

Disgruntled governorship aspirants in other parties have approached us in SDP —Agunloye

Dr Olu Agunloye is the Deputy National Chairman (South) of Social Democratic Party (SDP). He speaks with HAKEEM GBADAMOSI on ...
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girls

I hear about sexual abuse through my project with young girls —Ronke Giwa-Onafuwa, broadcaster, TalkMummy coordinator

Ronke Giwa-Onafuwa is a broadcaster at Splash FM, TalkMummy show convener and organiser of Who’s That Girl project, which she ...
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homes

Government should build care homes for our aged —Afuwape

Mrs Olubanke Afuwape is the Chief Executive Officer of Assisted Living Home Care Limited and FTG Collections, a home targeted ...
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hospital

The fear of contracting coronavirus through hospital visit is understandable —Adetoun Faloye, psychiatrist and mental health advocate

Adetoun Faloye is a medical doctor with speciality in psychiatry; a senior registrar at the Department of Psychiatry of the ...
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Pan-African

Pan-African honours for committed man of culture

The 50th birthday of prominent arts journalist, editor and former tourism commissioner, Steve Ayorinde, was marked with an illuminating webinar ...
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Doba Afolabi, a ‘NaijaAmerican’ Artist with great touch of arts

The unprecedented and ubiquitous presence of the art of Doba Afolabi, a “NaijaMerican” artist has proved the essence of his ...
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heartbreak

Isaac Geralds finds love in heartbreak

The Project Fame alumnus and father of two releases his debut album entitled Love and Heartbreak. NINE years after appearing ...
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Nigeria

Why I make effort to stay in touch with happenings in Nigeria — Australia-based writer, Wale Olaitan

REFLECTIONS is a book that primarily centres on politics, something most people will prefer to shy away from in public ...
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fajemirokun

Immortalising a business icon and philanthropist par excellence

A review of Akindeji Olorunyolemi’s book, Chief Dr. Henry Oloyede Fajemirokun (1926-1978): His Life in Retrospect, by Eniola Olanipekun IN ...
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Reflecting on thoughts of a writer

REFLECTIONS presents the thoughts of Wale Olaitan in its purest form—unaltered and without the usual need of validation from readers, ...
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students

Uneasy calm: How pupils, students are getting their grooves back after three months

WALE AKINSELURE reports that pupils and students in primary 6 and JSS 3 and SS3 classes in Oyo State are ...
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Libya

From the contemptible to the commendable, here are events which shaped 2019

Onnoghen’s fall Onnoghen’s trial started when a petition was filed by a civil rights group at the Code of Conduct ...
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amcon

N5trn debts: Why AMCON may find it difficult to recover money

ARM-TWISTING has been described in certain quartets as, the use of threat, coercion, or other  forms of pressure and persuasion ...
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Church

COVID-19: The Church and the new order

Worship centres in some states are now witnessing a new lease of life following the decision to relax the policy ...
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Christianity

How COVID-19 brought development to Nigeria’s Christianity —Fabiyi

Prophet Michael Olusoji Fabiyi is the shepherd-in-charge of the Celestial Church of Christ, Okiki Imoleayo Cathedral, Ikorodu, Lagos State. In ...
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Christianity

What online worship has done to Christianity —Bishop Aladekugbe

Right Reverend (Dr) Williams Oluwarotimi Aladekugbe is the Anglican Bishop of Oyo Diocese. In this interview by GABRIEL OSHOKHA, he ...
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Hajj 2020, DEALING COVID-19 pandemic

The blow of Hajj 2020 ‘cancellation’ across the Muslim world

‘This makes me very sad because every Muslim hopes to go to hajj once in his whole life, and when ...
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Don’t reopen schools, Oyo asks students to resume

Don’t reopen schools yet, Muslim group urges FG

THE Criterion, an association of Muslim women in business and the professions, has expressed reservations about the decision of the ...
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disruption of hajj

Instances of cancellation, disruption of hajj in history

SAUDI Arabia has effectively cancelled the hajj for most of the world’s Muslims, saying the obligatory pilgrimage to Mecca will ...
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