Saturday, August 15, 2020

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Christmas: Savouring the joy under PMB

BY NKECHI ODOMA Christmas is here again. It is a season that brings people from far and near together in joy and celebration. It has been so for decades in Nigeria until some evil-minded persons saw the assemblage of people occasioned by the conviviality of the season to perpetrate  their wicked plots. In doing so,  they exerted maximum damage on an innocent and [...]

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    Buhari speaks on UNILAG scandal, asks victims of sex abuse to speak up

Buhari speaks on UNILAG scandal, asks victims of sex abuse to speak up

President Muhammadu Buhari says more steps should be taken to prevent sexual harassment. In a statement on Friday, Garba Shehu, presidential spokesman, said Buhari is happy that the video documentary released by the BBC Africa Eye exposed some lecturers in the University of Lagos. After the documentary was released, the national assembly reintroduced the sexual harassment prohibition bill. Buhari said his administration will support [...]

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    ‘Others must be named, shamed’ – Toke Makinwa speaks on #SexForGrades documentary

‘Others must be named, shamed’ – Toke Makinwa speaks on #SexForGrades documentary

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    ASUU calls for investigation into UNILAG #SexForGrades scandal

ASUU calls for investigation into UNILAG #SexForGrades scandal

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    Seun Kuti tackles ASUU, education minister over #SexForGrades documentary

Seun Kuti tackles ASUU, education minister over #SexForGrades documentary

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    #SexForGrades: Saraki asks n’assembly to consider bill on sexual harassment prohibition

#SexForGrades: Saraki asks n’assembly to consider bill on sexual harassment prohibition

Bukola Saraki, former senate president, has asked the national assembly to revisit the bill on sexual harassment prohibition in tertiary institutions. Although the bill was passed in the senate in 2016, it was rejected in the house of representatives. Femi Gbajabiamila, the speaker who was house leader at the time, argued that the bill did not cover all spheres of society. Yakubu Dogara, [...]

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