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Ms Adaora Onyechere Spends Valentines Day With IDPs

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The famously celebrated Valentine's day, one which has been tagged a day to share love didn't end without a humanitarian reaching out to those that matter most - the vulnerable in our society. Ms Adaora Onyechere paid a visit to Durumi Area 1 IDP Camp In Abuja to mark and spend time with the internally displaced persons. The IDP camp has no fewer than 3,000 persons who live in the shanties with little or no access to basic amenities. The IDPs from Borno, Adamawa and Yobe have also been living in the camps since 2013 when insurgents ravaged their communities....
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Call To Bar: Meet One of the Youngest Lawyers, Rinre Jonah Wachap from Taraba State

The legal space is beginning to wear a more elegant and appealing youthful face as young female learned luminaries are ushered to become solicitors of Nigerian judicial system. Meet Rinre Jonah Wachap from Taraba State, one of the Youngest lawyerscall to bar on 28 July 2021. “Rinre Jonah Wachap is a barrister and solicitor of the Supreme Court of Nigeria having recently completed her vocational legal studies in Nigerian Law School, Bagauda Kano and has a penchant for corporate practice. She is from Taraba State Nigeria” Courtesy of Godwin S Umoren Founder Media Hub Africa.
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Barrister Esther Chukwuemeka who hails from Umuchima, Ubahu Okigwe, Imo State.Barr. Esther Chukwuemeka was born on February 7th 1997.She wrote her common entrance at the age of 9 in Primary 3, passed her SSCE and got admission into ABSU at the age of 15. However an opportunity came for her to study law in India and her father picked up the challenge and sent her to India to study law, she graduated in flying colours,then came back to Nigeria and studied everything about Nigerian law under one year, took her law school exams and came out successful. Today the 24...
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Tokyo 2020 Olympics: The three likeliest Nigerian women to win medals at the Olympics

The countdown to the 2020 Tokyo Olympics is down to less than three days and more women will ably represent Team Nigeria than men. When PREMIUM TIMES ran through the list of women in Team Nigeria, we picked out these three probable medal winners. Odunayo Adekuoroye Reigning Commonwealth champion Odunayo Adekuoroye is a strong medal contender for Team Nigeria. The 27-year-old Ondo State native and three-time World Championships medalist will aim for a historic gold medal for Nigeria in wrestling. Adekuoroye has established herself globally as one of the best wrestlers in the 57kg category by winning world championship medals...
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Meet the New President at ROAJELF

The Réseau Ouest Africain des Jeunes Femmes Leaders (ROAJELF) has elected a new president to pilot it affairs and lead them to greater heights. Hon. Awetu Jatt Hope emerged the President of the Union for the year 2021/2022. ROAJELF is a network that was setup by ECOWAS Centre for Gender Development (ECGD) in 2009,  Dakar, Senegal for the promotion of young women's rights, reproductive health, education for development, peace and economic integration and currently in 15 African countries including Nigeria. Hon. Awetu is a vibrant and dedicated young lady, passionate about leadership and rights of the girl child with diverse...
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Meet The Female Banks CEOs In Nigeria

The banking sector is presently witnessing an increase in the number of female managing directors/chief executive officers. Over the years, these remarkable women climbed the career ladder to get to the top after starting at the bottom. With dint of hard work, consistency, dedication and ambition, they successfully changed the narrative, breaking the proverbial glass ceiling to become the first women to occupy the topmost job at their respective financial institutions. Today, TheCable brings you seven current female MDs of Nigerian banks. NNEKA ONYEALI-IKPE, FIDELITY BANK Nneka Onyeali-Ikpe assumed office as managing director/chief executive officer, Fidelity Bank on January 1,...
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Exclusive – Security Reports Disqualify Persons Seeking to Be Judges in Nigeria

Even though some of the applicants might possess the required credentials, they had to be dropped from the appointment process due to adverse security reports, the chief judge said. Some of the applicants seeking to become judges in Nigeria have been disqualified based on security reports. This was disclosed by the Chief Judge of the Federal High Court, John Tsoho, in an exclusive interview with PREMIUM TIMES. Mr Tsoho said even though some of the applicants might possess the required credentials, they had to be dropped from the appointment process due to adverse security reports. Statutorily, the court has a...
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