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“Bare budding breast and be busted ”

How can women contest in an environment where electoral robbery reigns, where accrued electoral bias causes shivers running down one’s spine after memories of war and secession of 1969, which has cont … Read More»

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Votes and Voices, my frontline journal draft

Friends, pleas leave your comments about my draft for the frontline journal assignment. Just click on the link below, http://www.worldpulse.com/node/12013 … Read More»

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Votes and Voices, my frontline journal first draft.

Co correspondents, Mentors, Midwives,Friends, Everyone. At last! Here is my first draft for the frontline journal. Please post your comments. … Read More»

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My Frontline journal story angle

I finally got over my cold feet (fingers) and managed to come up with an angle I would love to work on. … Read More»

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Tosyn Bucknor: Living beyond her genes

Oluwatosyn Abisona Bucknor, also called Tosyn, is an unusual lady. She is a lawyer and the Chief Executive Officer of s.h.a.r.e network. … Read More»

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UNIVERSITY LECTURERS' ON STRIKE

The Academic Staff Union of Universities in Nigeria embarked on indefinite strike after a 14-day warning strike which ended on May 31, 2009. … Read More»

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AYOBAMI, A NIGERIAN VOICE

Called Ayo, Ayobami Olusola Famurewa, is a young Nigerian living in Ife. Born in Lagos, her first words were pronounced in Yoruba, her mother language. … Read More»

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STATE OF THE STATES

When I write about Nigeria, I weep for what I see but immediately smile of joy is formed at the corner of my lips because I am convinced that the last generation of children/women beggar is those I wa … Read More»

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WISE WOMEN WENT WILD ON WEDNESDAY

The more things change the more they stay the same, history repeated itself on Wednesday 29th of April, 2009 when women came out naked to protest against improper electoral conduct in Ekiti state, Wes … Read More»

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DECEITFUL LEADERS

No one can continually pull the wool on our eyes, though Nigeria at 48 whether still crawling or lame, but by force or by crook Nigerians are learning to face facts, from vision 2000, to vision 2010, … Read More»

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