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BABA IJESHA: Justice for the victim is top priority ~ Adaora Onyechere

It is despicable to watch or listen to any form of defense for an abuser or an offender. These are sick men who should be declared unfit, how can a normal thinking man Rape a child of 7 and someone will say there is consent, a rape apologist is also...

BREAKING| Nigerian Teenager gets 19 scholarship offers worth $5m from US and Canada

17-year-old Victory Yinka Banjo has been offered more than $ 5 million dollars' worth of scholarship for an Undergraduate program of study, according to the admission documents and estimates of financial Aid awards. This comes after she scored straight As in WASSCE. in an Interview with CNN, Victory said: "It...

Namibia: Women in Media Conference Strives for Equal Opportunities

The inaugural edition of the Women in Media Conference is slated for Saturday, 1 May 2021, under the theme 'The Power of Coverage: Our Journey in Time'. The conference aims to establish a strong network amongst Namibian women in the media industry. The overarching purpose of the conference is to...

Tunisia: Women’s African Volleyball Clubs Championship – CS Sfaxien to Play Cf Carthage At Final

CS Sfaxien joined CF Carthage in the final of the Women's African Volleyball Clubs Championship after beating Nigerian Customs by three sets to zero (25-20, 25-11, 25-16) in the semi-final game played Wednesday night in Sidi Boussaid. The final of the 2021 edition of the Women's African Volleyball Clubs Championship...

BREAKING| Omobola Johnson appointed Guinness Nigeria Board Chair

Guinness Nigeria has, Today, announced the appointment of Dr. Omobola Johnson as it’s new Board Chair, following the announcement of the notice of retirement of its long-serving and “indefatigable Board Chair, Mr. Babatunde Savage” who is due to retire by June 30, 2021. The Company, in a statement on Thursday,...

Botswana Anti-Rape Campaigner Wants More Done to Tackle Rising Offenses

Lawmakers in Botswana recently set up a committee to address the soaring rate of reported rape cases in the Southern African country, and plan to establish a sex offender registry. However, activists say those actions don't go far enough. Singer Refilwe Mooki took self-defense lessons after she was raped in...