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INSECURITY IN IMO: From Prison Reform to Prison Break ~ Adaora Onyechere

On TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 26, 2019. Imo State Government under the administration of His Excellency, Rt. Hon Emeka Ihedioha CON, KSC flagged off a REFORMATION AND RE-ORIENTATION PROGRAMME FOR JUVENILE Offenders, in partnership with the NIGERIAN CORRECTIONAL SERVICE in the state with key focus on welfare, empowerment, mental health and reintegration...

Africa: What Is Female Genital Mutilation? Where Is It Practised?

The United States has strengthened a ban on female genital mutilation (FGM) by imposing tougher penalties and making prosecutions easier - a step campaigners hope will bolster global efforts to eradicate the practice. Signed by President Donald Trump this week, the law said the United States should lead the way...

WeWe Network Afrique 2020 in Review

On this trail we will be taken you through our activities in 2020 - the review. On Talk2Adaora we began The Discussion: The Generator Bill: To Be or Not to Be Guests on the show were;Mr Aaron Artimas Special Advicer On Media Minister of Power. Hon. Emmanuel Bello Founder Kwarafa...

Nigeria At 60 – Diamonds for Our Women? Rinsola Abiola

Our women deserve social justice, writes Rinsola Abiola Many opine that colonialism laid the grounds for women's exclusion in leadership. The establishment, in 1898, of the Egba United Government (EUG) lends credence to this point. The traditional rulers of the townships in Egbaland were handed key portfolios under the leadership...

The Real Consequences Of Getting ― Or Being Denied ― An Abortion

For decades, anti-abortion activists have argued that abortion is harmful to women, claiming that it often leads to regret, mental health issues and dependence on drugs and alcohol. Even former Supreme Court Justice Anthony Kennedy bought into this reasoning, writing in 2007 that those who have abortions may experience “severe...

Undressing for Redress – the Significance of Nigerian Women’s Naked Protests

Social media went abuzz on July 23, 2020, when hundreds of women - mostly naked - staged a protest in the northwestern state of Kaduna, Nigeria. Wailing and rolling on the ground, they protested at the killing of people in ongoing attacks on their community. The protesters, mostly mothers, demanded...