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The Day Our Daughters Returned

The Day Our Daughters Returned

Inside Dapchi: Before and after the return of the schoolgirls In this special edition, we had multiple interviews over four
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It’s Easier To Be Trapped By Traffickers Than Most People Think – Bukola Oriola

It’s Easier To Be Trapped By Traffickers Than Most People Think – Bukola Oriola

It’s Easier To Be Trapped By Traffickers Than Most People Think – Oriola, Victim, Shares Experience Member of the US Advisory
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How Elections Work In Nigeria – Aisha Osori

How Elections Work In Nigeria – Aisha Osori

Aisha Osori always wears different hats at the same time. But if you call her a good governance and development
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FEATURED

12 Must-reads For Women’s History Month

To celebrate International Women's Day and Women's History Month this March, we bring you 12 great reads as recommended by 12 female authors. These women share the books that inspire them, the novels that never leave their bedside tables, and those they think speak most ...
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Kenny Blaq: The Laughter Merchant

Kenny Blaq: The Laughter Merchant Currently one of the hottest Nigeria's comedians, Otolorin Kehinde Peter, popularly known as Kenny Blaq, stands out amongst other Nigeria comedians for his unique style and brand of comedy. Kenny Blaq carved a niche for himself with “music-comedy”, a comical ...
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Interview Confidential

King and the exuberant Prince  When “Mai Gaskiya’s” heir was involved in a serious freak highway accident the other day, opinions were understandably divided in the land. Whereas the majority were moved to sympathise and empathise with the “New Sheriff in Town” and madam in ...
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Play it safe with shares and properties investments

By Tunji Awonusi   (Marketplace) Some pretend to be rich, yet have nothing; others pretend to be poor, yet have great wealth. (Proverb 13.7) When my editor in her usual way sent me an email to remind me about my February column, I was not sure ...
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/ Marketplace

COLUMNS

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The Sexploiter And His Cousins – Azu Ishiekwene

Afeez Baruwa could be on his last mile to jail. Or he could be going home a free man. Three years ago, the former lecturer in the department of Accounting at the University of Lagos cornered an 18-year-old girl. The girl’s father, a friend of Baruwa’s, had sent her to ...
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/ Azu Ishiekwene
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What Does Buhari Owe Them? – Azu Ishiekwene

 Governor Yahaya Bello does not need to jump into the fire, yet. The Kogi State governor who had, in fact, sprained an ankle in what might have been a practice match for the big leap, was saved the trouble after President Muhammadu Buhari finally gave the hint that he would ...
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/ Azu Ishiekwene

Tales of Nigerian ‘Economy’ – the International Edition

This piece is inspired by the sad story of British Airways cabin executive Joanne Wickenden, who recorded a video that went viral. In it she lamented the ways of Nigerian Travelers (more like the Economy Class Gang, actually), saying, “All the Nigerians are gonna be there like 'gimme Coca Cola, ...
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/ Tolu Ogunlesi
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7 INNOVATIVE APPS THAT’D BE A HIT AMONG NIGERIANS

An App that allows Nigerian women to check the marital status of Nigerian men. This will be an instant hit. With this app, all ladies at the receiving end of ‘Toasting’ will be able to enter a man’s name or photograph and the app will instantly tell them if the ...
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/ Tolu Ogunlesi
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What’s A Woman’s True Worth?

She was young when they got married. He was a teacher but she had never seen the four walls of a school. However, she craved so much to get formal education. He promised he would ensure she got one after marriage. But it didn’t work out exactly that way.  Shortly ...
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Lest We Trivialise Rape

About two weeks ago, one of Nigerian’s most dedicated anti-rape activists, Itoro Eze-Anaba, made history when she became the first Nigerian to receive the Commonwealth Point of Light Award from Queen Elizabeth 11 of England. For those who are not conversant with Eze-Anaba and her activities, I will do a ...
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/ Chinyere Fred-Adegbulugbe

PHOTO DOCUMENTARY

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Taste of Badagry Diaspora Festival

The annual Badagry Diaspora Festival is a unique Pan-African celebration using Badagry as a mini Africa. The town played a significant role in the development, growth and the eventual abolition of the Trans-Atlantic Slave Trade along the coast of West Africa (the ancient slave coast) ...
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Keeping up with Jabi Lake Fitness Buffs

Call it the positive fallout of the city’s well-designed streets with clearly mapped out pedestrian paths and you will certainly be right. Truly, Abuja can boast of many fitness enthusiasts. You see them every morning walking for health, fitness and beauty. Others, however, prefer to ...
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Revisiting the Slave Trade Era

History records that slave trade began in Badagry in 1473 and gained prominence between the 16th and 18th Centuries. It grew to an important commercial centre flourishing on the export of slave trade through the creeks and lagoon and across the Atlantic to Europe and ...
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COVER PAGE

The Interview Cover Page March 2018

CITIZENS PRESS REVIEWS

BACK OF THE BOOK

My Breakfast or Yours?

What do you have for the most important meal of the day?  Yam and stew?  Akara and pap? Bread and stew? Cereal? Leftovers from the night before? Variations of the same basic ingredients: yam, plantain, beans, stew, rice? Nothing? Personally, I tend to eat leftovers ...
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30 Days Around The World – March 2018

Mummies of the World - Exhibition When: March 1 - June 30, 2018 Where: Prague Holesovice Exhibition Centre, Vystaviste, 170 00 Prague 7. This exhibition has assembled the largest collection of mummies in the world (plus other artefacts), loaned from museums, universities and private collections ...
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LET’S TALK DIABETES

Everyone knows diabetes, and we all know the stereotypes – if you’ve got diabetes, you must have eaten too much sugar, or those who suffer from diabetes have to inject themselves with insulin every day and have strict dietary restrictions - right?  Not quite.  Allow ...
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On ‘Packaging’ For Marriage By Olubunmi Ajai Layode

I will address us ladies because in my experience, men don’t usually package. They present themselves as they are. We women are the ones who always feel we have to fit into society's expectations of what we should be as wives. So, we hide our ...
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