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Nigeria : NEWS ANALYSIS : How Indecent Dressings, Exposure To Other Cultures Heighten Rape Cases

Nigeria : NEWS ANALYSIS : How Indecent Dressings, Exposure To Other Cultures Heighten Rape Cases

By Julius Enehikhuere Imagine a teenage girl in one of the private secondary schools in Lagos who enjoys unhindered benefits of hanging out with her friends on many occasions, dressing seductively; all in the name of “trending lifestyle’’, Her indecent modes of dressing and behaviours, even with the permission of her mother, have been a […]

Nigeria Cultural Re-birth : Igala Ocho Festival Back 62 Years After…Lexicographer

By Jibo John Idakwoji : All roads lead to  ÍDÁ, the cradle and capital of the Ígálá people, on Saturday, the 19th of May, 2018 for the historic celebration of the Ócho Festival. Igalas at home and in the diaspora will be joined by a teeming population of their friends and well-wishers to witness the […]

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Nigeria: Ooni Of Ife, SouthWest Region Warns Politicians Against Promoting Violence

The Ooni of Ife, Southwest of the country, Oba Adeyeye Ogunwusi, has warned politicians and party members against promoting political violence. The monarch gave the warning  on Monday when Gov. Rauf Aregbesola  visited his palace in Ile-Ife. Ogunwusi said politicians must work together in harmony, warning them to refrain from promoting acts that could disrupt […]

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Nigerian Artists Urge Citizens To Embrace Cultural Integration For National Unity

  President of the Society of Nigerian Artists, Oliver Enwonwu, has appealed to Nigerians to embrace cultural integration for all  to achieve mutual understanding and foster national unity. Enwonwu gave the advice Monday, while speaking with the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) Monday in Lagos, southwest of the country. He said when Nigerians cultivated the […]

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200 Hikers Attend Jos Carnival Mountaineering – Official

  Over 200 hikers from Jos, Abuja and environs have participated in the recently held Jos Carnival Mountaineering/hiking, says Chairperson of the Organising Committee, Nanna Yakubu. The competition was to promote the unique mountain range and rock formations nature bestowed on Plateau, to tourists and mountain climbers. The theme for the hike was “Hike for Peace. […]

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Nigeria’s Wildlife And Her Eco-Tourism Potentials

By Udo-Azugo Somtochukwu “Prevention is better than cure”, this is a widely used phrase which means it’s easier to stop something from happening than to repair the damages. In some cases, like Wildlife, the damage could be beyond repair.   As the world annually dedicate, 3rd of March to celebrate the relevance of wildlife resources, […]

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Nigeria Calls For Inter – Pilgrimage Ties With Neighbouring African Countries

By Peter Usman, Abuja (Nigeria) – Executive Secretary of the Nigeria Christian Pilgrim Commission (NCPC), Rev Uja Tor Uja has stressed the need to build, promote and strengthen Inter-African Pilgrimage between Nigeria and other neighbouring African countries.  He made the call during a courtesy visit to the Cote d’Ivoire Ambassador to Nigeria, Mrs Toure Maman at […]

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Nigeria: Why We Passed Bill For Protection And Conservation Of Cultural Heritage – Kaduna Assembly

By Juliana Katung Kaduna (Nigeria) – Deputy speaker of the Kaduna State House of Assembly, John Kwaturu has identified tourism as one of the major revenue earners and a tool for job creation in any nation. Kwaturu stated this in an interview with Assembly Correspondents on Tuesday in Kaduna, northwest of the country  while commenting […]

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