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2 months ago| Gossip, Women

Saskay Is In Love, Says “I’m Gonna Marry This Man”

Saskay, a reality TV star, stated she has been having intelligent chats with a particular man. She said she has fallen deeply in love with him and believes they will…

3 months ago| Education, Girls' Education, Women

Lady Whose Teacher Told her Not Good Enough, Graduates From Oxford & Harvard

A brilliant and exceptional African American lady who goes by the name Vee Kativhu has graduated from the prestigious Oxford and Harvard, five years after her teacher told her she…

3 months ago| Careers, Celebrations, Women

Adamawa Scientist, Halima Ali Shuwa Named Student of the Year at UK’s Top University

Halima Ali Shuwa, a woman from the Adamawa State of Nigeria, has received the prestigious University of Manchester’s Student of the Year Award. This was disclosed on Wednesday by Salford…

5 months ago| Women, Young Icons

Zainab Bala selected for the Mandela Washington Fellowship in 2022

Zainab Bala, a broadcast journalist, after winning the Michael Elliott Award for Excellence in African Storytelling in May, 2021 has been chosen for the Mandela Washington Fellowship in 2022. (MWF).…

5 months ago| Women, World News

Thousands Protest for Abortion Rights Across the US

Thousands of people, many dressed in pink, marched in the streets throughout the United States on Saturday to demand safe and legal Abortion Rights. The protests are in response to…

5 months ago| Women

60% of Women in Adamawa Give Birth at Home Due to Poverty, others

Poverty, religious, and cultural constraints, according to Dr. Mary Paninga, permanent secretary of the Adamawa State Planning Commission, forcing 60 percent of Adamawa women to give birth at home. At…

July 23, 2022
July 23, 2022

Saskay Is In Love, Says “I’m Gonna Marry This Man”

Saskay, a reality TV star, stated she has been having intelligent chats with a particular man. She said she has fallen deeply in love with him and believes they will…

July 19, 2022
July 19, 2022

Lady Whose Teacher Told her Not Good Enough, Graduates From Oxford & Harvard

A brilliant and exceptional African American lady who goes by the name Vee Kativhu has graduated from the prestigious Oxford and Harvard, five years after her teacher told her she…

July 7, 2022
July 7, 2022

Adamawa Scientist, Halima Ali Shuwa Named Student of the Year at UK’s Top University

Halima Ali Shuwa, a woman from the Adamawa State of Nigeria, has received the prestigious University of Manchester’s Student of the Year Award. This was disclosed on Wednesday by Salford…

July 6, 2022
July 6, 2022

The youngest self-made billionaire in the US is Rihanna

Singer Rihanna, 34, has been ranked by Forbes as the nation’s youngest self-made millionaire, knocking Kim Kardashian down to the second place. She has been ranked in the top twenty-one…

July 5, 2022
July 5, 2022

Former Beauty Queen and Model, Monica Myaweghi Launches Grandly the “Noir Media Group”

The launch of Noir Media Group by serial entrepreneur, Cabin crew executive or flight attendant, former beauty queen, and media celebrity Monica Myaweghi has given the Nigerian media industry a new…

June 22, 2022
June 22, 2022

International Widows’ Day: “Sustainable Solutions for Widows’ Financial Independence”

The 23rd of June every year is designated as International Widows’ Day by the United Nations, which started the initiative in 2010. It is a day to honor and raise…

May 15, 2022
May 15, 2022

Zainab Bala selected for the Mandela Washington Fellowship in 2022

Zainab Bala, a broadcast journalist, after winning the Michael Elliott Award for Excellence in African Storytelling in May, 2021 has been chosen for the Mandela Washington Fellowship in 2022. (MWF).…

May 14, 2022
May 14, 2022

Thousands Protest for Abortion Rights Across the US

Thousands of people, many dressed in pink, marched in the streets throughout the United States on Saturday to demand safe and legal Abortion Rights. The protests are in response to…

April 29, 2022
April 29, 2022

60% of Women in Adamawa Give Birth at Home Due to Poverty, others

Poverty, religious, and cultural constraints, according to Dr. Mary Paninga, permanent secretary of the Adamawa State Planning Commission, forcing 60 percent of Adamawa women to give birth at home. At…

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