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The unequal status of women persists, despite various waves of feminist activism around the world for centuries. One major gain of feminists, however, is the rate at which their views have spread and how far their influence now reaches.
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Until recently, public universities in Nigeria were on strike. The Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU) on the 23rd of March 2020 downed their tools and forced students to go back home.
It is ingrained in every student in public …Continue reading
Nigeria National Petroleum Corporation (NNPC) operates as a state-owned company the government uses as the regulator and partial distributor of petroleum liquids in the country. Its inception in 1977 gives hope for average Nigerians who are expecting an economic boom. …Continue reading
Pay-TV service providers, like many other businesses in Nigeria, are currently facing unprecedented challenges. Apart from regular problems such as inadequate electricity supply, insecurity, and licensing, they now have to grapple with the effects of a consistently high inflation rate …Continue reading
In the best of times and for many reasons, the average Nigerian students hardly learn anything worthwhile in school. This statement is especially true for the majority of children from poor and low-income homes, which forms a large proportion of …Continue reading
After Nigeria closed its land borders with the Benin Republic in August 2019, life became more difficult for cross-border traders, people living in border communities, Nigerian consumers, and businesses in Nigeria, Benin and other countries along the gulf of guinea. …Continue reading
South Africa has entered a far too familiar terrain with its ban on tobacco. Unfortunately, this journey the government has embarked on is doomed. Placing a statewide prohibition on goods that are mutually exchanged often leaves sour marks on the …Continue reading