Twin sisters conquering fashion world with their stunning looks

Albinos are  people with pale skin, light hair, pinkish eyes, and visual abnormalities resulting from a hereditary inability to produce the pigment melanin. In Africa today numerous challenges continually confront millions of people living with albinism first as individuals and as a demographic group within the continent. Across African countries including Nigeria, Albinos are classified amongst the vulnerable

6-year-old gives up birthday presents to feed homeless

While other 6-year-olds start making demands for birthday presents days before their big day, a little girl did the unusual by voluntarily forfeiting her birthday presents so the homeless could have a meal. Armani Crews told her parents she was going to forego a birthday present in exchange for feeding the homeless in her local

How to teach children about current affairs

The question of whether or not to inform your young children about current affairs is a very personal question and one that you should always ask your self when it comes to your children. Initially, your reaction might be that you want your “kids to be kids,” meaning you want them to live in innocence

The cruel reality of Child brides, violence against girls

Over Irish 100 girls were present at an original, yet thoroughly impacting, protest, which looked to attract attention to the plight of young female refugees, many of which face the prospect of becoming child brides. The girls dressed as child brides, in order to perform a mannequin challenge with a bizarre twist. The video with

World Bank to grant Nigeria $500m loan to assist out-of-school children

The World Bank has offered to give Nigeria a $500 million-loan to mop up out -of-school children, according to an official of the bank. For all kids that are out of school in Nigeria, the World Bank has offered a $500million loan to tackle the challenge. The News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) reports that Dr

WAEC May/June timetable 2017 released

The timetable for the West African Examination Council (WAEC) examinations for May/June 2017 has been released. The West African Senior School Certificate Examination (WASSCE) is scheduled to start by Thursday 20 of February 2017 and ends on the Monday 15th May 2017. Below are some important things to note according to the examination body: Difference

Controlling nail biting habits in children

Nail biting is a very common problem for children. If your child has developed a nail biting habit then they are not alone and it is likely that many of their friends and peers have also picked up the habit. A surprising 50% of children between the ages of 10 and 18 bite their fingernails

So sweet! kids with Down’s syndrome attend prom

What started with a night out for Dapper Justin and his girlfriend Victoria, both of who reportedly suffer from Down’s syndrome, ended up with huge smiles on every one’s face and a big thank you to Jigg, Justin’s elder brother. Justin and Victoria Sources privy to the prior events say Justin and Victoria were attending

Cancer in Kids: 8-year-old beats cancer after 5 years

Cancer is a global disease that can strike irrespective of age, children or adult, tribe, race or position. Childhood Cancer Statistics – Important Facts Each year, according to curesearch, the parents of approximately 15,700 kids will hear the words “your child has cancer.” Across all ages, ethnic groups and socio-economics, this disease remains the number

Lagos, police collaborate to protect children from abuse

A call has gone out to officials of the Nigeria Police Force, especially officers in the various gender units of the police divisions and other relevant stakeholders in the protection of children’s rights to internalise the provisions of the Lagos State Child Rights Law. Making the call yesterday at a one-day workshop and training programme

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