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5 ways to fight sleep while reading

My first advice to anyone who falls asleep while reading is, ‘Oga, close that bookand go and sleep.’ However, I know that there are times when we need to powerthrough the sleepy feeling and study like our lives depend on it, especially becausesometimes, our lives seem to depend on the exams that we take.So, to help

Must we all go to school?

Uchendu Chidalu Onuba The year was 1997 and the decision had already been made; the moment registration began after my second birthday, I would be enrolled in a nearby school. And just like that, my journey to being the academic pride and joy of my parents, who believed education went before passion, began – yippee! JULY

5 innovative Startups that are preparing African Kids for the future.

written by: Zainab Salami In Africa, 9 million girls and 6 million boys between the ages of 6 & 11 will never go to school. Children living in rural environments are twice as likely to be out of school as urban children. Additionally, children from the wealthiest 20% of the population are 4 times more likely

An Empowered Woman: Asset or Disturbance

written by: Michael Anya The fact that this is even a question disturbs me greatly. Shocked? Well, think of it this way: “An Empowered Human: Asset or Disturbance?” I bet that a poll that asks this question would produce results that overwhelmingly favour the response “Asset”. The simple reason for this is that empowerment is a

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5 ways to fight sleep while reading

My first advice to anyone who falls asleep while reading is, ‘Oga, close that bookand go and sleep.’ However, I know that there are times when we need to powerthrough the sleepy feeling and study like our lives depend on it, especially becausesometimes, our lives seem to depend on the exams that we take.So, to help

Must we all go to school?

Uchendu Chidalu Onuba The year was 1997 and the decision had already been made; the moment registration began after my second birthday, I would be enrolled in a nearby school. And just like that, my journey to being the academic pride and joy of my parents, who believed education went before passion, began – yippee! JULY

5 innovative Startups that are preparing African Kids for the future.

written by: Zainab Salami In Africa, 9 million girls and 6 million boys between the ages of 6 & 11 will never go to school. Children living in rural environments are twice as likely to be out of school as urban children. Additionally, children from the wealthiest 20% of the population are 4 times more likely

An Empowered Woman: Asset or Disturbance

written by: Michael Anya The fact that this is even a question disturbs me greatly. Shocked? Well, think of it this way: “An Empowered Human: Asset or Disturbance?” I bet that a poll that asks this question would produce results that overwhelmingly favour the response “Asset”. The simple reason for this is that empowerment is a

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