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Should Abortion Be Legalized?


The legalization of abortion is a very sensitive topic that people don’t talk about often because it is seen as politically, socially and morally incorrect. But it’s one issue we can’t avoid given the high rate of “unwanted” pregnancy, abortion related deaths and complications. According to a research made by …

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AAUA Announce International Student Exchange Program


The management of Adekunle Ajasin University in Ondo state have announced the commencement of exchange program with Universities in the United States and Canada. The exchange program is basically a practice that will enable movement of students to and from AAUA, at a minimal cost as students from the University …

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300 Level Student Emerge Winner Of Global Entrepreneurs Award


A 300 Level student of Michael Okpara University of Agriculture, Abia State has emerged winner of the Global Student Entrepreneurs Award (GSEA) competition. 24-year-old Miss Blessing Ijoma, a computer science student of the school, is the founder of Hoursspent.com. Her company makes at least 10 percent commission from every job …

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Educationist Advocates For The Use Of Robotics In Schools


An Educationist, Mrs Remi Willoughby, on Friday advised government to introduce robotics in schools to boost the learning process. Robotics is the study of how robots can perform any type of task autonomously and repeatedly. Willoughby told the News Agency of Nigeria in Lagos that robotics could improve the learning skills …

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MyEfiko Takes Abuja By Storm


Myefiko took its campaign to Abuja where the crew engaged ladies at a park in the capital city on the value of education. The campaign struck a chord with Miss Ijeoma Etozie the Ulu ndi igbo (2009 – 2010) who spoke on the value of education.  She stated that education …

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Niger Delta Students Scholarship Gone Wrong


Former Niger Delta militants currently enrolled for a scholarship programme at the European University of Lefke, Turkey are making their plight known over their outright abandonment and non-payment of their school fees by the Presidential Amnesty Programme The students, under the aegis of Presidential Amnesty Scholarship students, wrote a Save-Our-Soul …

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Saving The Igbo Traditional Language By – Paddy Anigbo

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This week, my friend and sister, Yvonne Mbanefo finally received the first copies of her Igbo Dictionary for Children – the first fully illustrated modern Igbo dictionary. This is a result of years of passionately pursuing a dream….to preserve our language by doing what is necessary. My people at www,myefiko.com …

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