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Begging in Nigeria: Menace or Daredevil?

Haruna Isa Begging on the streets, in the urban centers is one of the age long activities and perhaps occupations of the highly vulnerable, poverty-ridden individuals in the society. This is particularly not limited to the developing countries alone. As revealed in the studies of different scholars, begging is not peculiar

Facebook busts Israeli-led campaign to sway elections in Nigeria, Africa, others

•Deletes 265 fake accounts targeting Nigeria, others Senator Iroegbu and Godsgift Onyedinefu with Agency  Facebook has busted an Isreali-led campaign to sway elections in Nigeria as well as targeted countries in Africa, Asia and Latin America. The social  media giant on Thursday said it had removed 265 Facebook and Instagram accounts, pages, groups

Suicide, Godlessness, entitlement, other things.

Emeka Oparah Many years ago, a young friend cried to me how his marriage was about to pack up because his wife was tired-having not had a child since they got married five years earlier-and wanted to leave him. He also cited the pressures, the expenses, the shame, the blame and

Over 5,000 children killed by explosives in Nigeria, four other conflict zones–Report

•Half of all child casualties in 2017 in Nigeria were the result of suicide attacks or IEDs •Nearly three quarters of child casualties in the world’s five deadliest wars caused by explosives  •As UK doctors launch guide for Syrian medics battling to save children's lives Senator  Iroegbu and Emma Batha (Reuters) Children in major

Cyclone Idai: Zimbabwean President commends Nigeria over support

The President of the Republic of Zimbabwe, Emmerson Mnangagwa, has commended the Nigerian Government for extending relief items to the people of Zimbabwe recently affected by the tropical disaster cyclone Idai. Mnangagwa made the commendation when he received the Federal Government delegation led by the Minister of Foreign Affairs, Mr Geoffrey