"What do you think is the ideal age for a child to start school?

Publié 31 octobre 2013 Avatar kaymiUnicef

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So I recently had an argument with a friend of mine (Favour) whose niece (Jane) started school at a very tender age; Jane could barely say “papa” when her mum forced her into nursery one. She wasn’t even two years old yet. One fateful noon, she was given an assignment from school but she couldn't even read it. Her mum had to do the assignment for her! Defending her action, the mother said "I would rather keep doing her assignments for her till she is mature enough to read a...


The Me in the Mirror

Publié 20 septembre 2013 Avatar kaymiUnicef

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This article is in response to Enenim Ubon's "Discover the Real You " Article HERE. I actually wrote this a couple of years ago when I was the shy and timid type, and after writing this and placing it on my wall, every morning I would look through it, recite and it worked for me, who knows it might do same for you too........ Hi you, Listen, i have had enough of your everyday complains As from now, you do as i say Enough with your self-criticism, low esteem and condemna...


Please tell us your name: Opasho Olukemi Titilope Your age: 23 Where are you originally from and where do you currently live? I am from Ondo State and I live in Lagos State, Nigeria. According to your business card – what’s your job title? Singer, C.E.O. REAL MUSIC THEATRE PRODUCTIONS. And how does that compare with what you wanted to do when you were 10 years old? Comparing my present position with what I wanted to be thirteen years ago cannot be far-fetche...


HIV Infection is a blessing to me - Gloria Asuquo shares her story

Publié 22 juillet 2013 Avatar kaymiUnicef

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Originally told to Sola Ogundipe and posted on http://www.vanguardngr.com From the depths of distress, disillusionment, dejection and the certainty of untimely death occasioned by HIV infection through blood transfusion at the tender age of 12, Gloria Asuquo, has risen to become a vibrant, assertive and ambitious young woman who is taking a decisive and incisive battle to one of the world’s most dreaded infectious disorders – HIV/AIDS. Today, Gloria who once contemplated death until sheer l...


Turning that Disability into Ability (Part Two) – Ijeh Patience

Publié 20 juillet 2013 Avatar kaymiUnicef

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Last week I brought you the inspiring story of Cobhams Asuquo , who turned his disability of blindness into ability by becoming one of the leading music producers we can boast of today. If you missed the story, you can read it HERE. Today, I bring you the story of Ijeh Patience. Her tale is eccentric! What could have made her live her entire life in obscurity, total dependence and waste has turned her into a celebrity. Patience was born with deformed hands, but unlike most pe...


#ChildNotBride! Give The Girl Child A PEN Not A PENIS

Publié 20 juillet 2013 Avatar kaymiUnicef

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So, the most unexpected bill was passed by the Nigerian senate days ago, approving that the girl child, that is, the under-age girls should be allowed to marry! They gave a legislative seal of approval for the marriage of underage girls - that means even a 5 year old toddler could be married off. Really, why on earth would they consider such! This is the most absurd thing any sane government could ever do. With the teeming number of teenage pregnancies and the social and...


Turning that Disability into Ability (Part One) – Cobhams Asuquo

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Being disabled is the worst thing that could happen to anybody; the pain of not being able to act like others, having to rely on everyone for everything depending on what form of disability one has and the degree of the disability. To worsen the case, the kind of people we have around us don’t help matters, they sometimes make us feel worse with their words but hey, we can turn that disability around into ability! We don’t have to sit down and wallow in our pains and suffer...


Please tell us your name: Obiamaka Frances Ifejika... Obidara... Obii... Never Amaka. And your age: (uses calculator) 23 Where are you originally from and where do you currently live? Onitsha Ado N’Idu, Anambra state. I live in Lagos most of the time. According to your business card – what’s your job title? The front says spoken-word artist, flip it and you get photographer. And how does that compare with what you wanted to do when you were 10 years old? When I was 10 I had no idea w...


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