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What happened to apprenticeship?

What happened to apprenticeship?

During the pre-colonial days, apprenticeship was the mode of training. It was a common feature of the traditional setting to see people engage in a vocation such as farming, fishing, hunting, carving, carpentry, sculpting, painting, building, decorating, catering,...

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Breakup with your gadgets.

Breakup with your gadgets.

Smart phones, laptops, and other handheld devices are known to transmit light called “Blue light” which maybe gradually blinding you by the day. Think about it: you stare at a tiny screen for hours, trying to absorb as much content as you can, while quickly scrolling...

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Breaking the Culture of Silence

Breaking the Culture of Silence

As a Nigerian woman, I have become more apocalyptic about my future in this country and my safety. The past fortnight has been filled with outpouring rape cases on social media, which showcases the rising trend of sexual violence in Nigeria. The wide outrage by...

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Menace of kidnapping in the country

Kidnapping is generally a global security challenge just like other crimes such as theft, murder, fraud, etc. According to the Oxford Learner’s Dictionary, “Kidnapping is the crime of taking somebody away illegally and keeping them as a prisoner, especially in order...

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Plight of a Single Lady (PT2)

Plight of a Single Lady (PT2)

The state of being single is a phase of human existence which should be characterized with proper planning, executing and maximizing opportunities peculiar to this phase. It ought to be utilized towards achieving personal goals and aspirations towards a great future....

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GENDER BASED VIOLENCE(GBV) SIMPLFIED

GENDER BASED VIOLENCE(GBV) SIMPLFIED

People immediately shut down when they hear the word Gender based Violence (GBV), thinking it is overrated. Have you taken time to ask or read what it means? Let’s take a deep dive in into this discussion Myths Surrounding GBV: •The perpetrators of violence are a...

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