Corruption in Nigeria

The end of corruption in Nigeria starts with each individual

In Nigeria, when people hear corruption all they imagine or think of, is a minister, commissioner or head of state with pot belly and putting on native attire, going about bribing people or giving money to boys to cause problems during elections and keeping country’s money in their various banks abroad;

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Sexual Harrassment is endemic in Nigerian Educational Institutions – Ireti Bakare-Yusuf

Not a week goes by in Nigeria that one isn’t left dumbfounded by a trending story or two.

Ranging from the sublime to the ridiculous and the mouth –agape- gasping –for- breath, these stories disappear as quickly as they trend.

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Senegal gives sex workers identification cards in a bid to protect them

In most African countries, sex workers are at risk of being treated unfairly, marginalized and abused, not to mention the general risk of contracting HIV/AIDS or other sexually transmitted diseases. However, in Senegal, the government is doing all it can to protect sex workers by registering them and giving them a means of identification.

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Ireti Bakare-Yusuf

Ireti Bakare-Yusuf: It Is Time For Nigerian Women to Stand up Against Sexual Predators

Like the rest of the world, I woke up on Tuesday 9th of January, to the media frenzy around Oprah’s speech. With the cost of data in Nigeria still so “unfriendly”, I had to make do with clips on CNN, Instagram and other social media platforms.

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