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Ganduje thanks supporters for re-electing him

Ganduje has thanked the people of the state for re-electing him for a second term. NAN reports that the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) on Sunday declared Ganduje, winner of the Kano State governorship supplementary election held Saturday. In the supplementary election held in 28 out of the 44 local government areas in the state, […]
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Emir of Kano tasks Durotoye, Abdullahi-Iya on girl-child education if elected

The Emir of Kano, Sanusi Lamido Sanusi II, has tasked the Alliance for New Nigeria (ANN) presidential candidate, Mr Fela Durotoye and his running mate, Hadjia Khadijah Abdullahi-Iya to ensure they make girl-child education their priority if they eventually emerge as the next president and vice-president of the country. Sanusi stated this while receiving the […]
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NGO solicits increased support for girl-child education, women empowerment

NGO solicits increased support for girl-child education, women empowerment

Fred Ezeh, Abuja A Non Governmental Organisation (NGO), Centre for Gender Equality, Education and Empowerment (CGEEE), has begun campaign for increased attention to issues that concern girls education and women empowerment. Its said that such support would strengthen the voice of women, as well as their capacity to contribute, financially and otherwise, to family and […]
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World Bank: $30tr lost to poor girl-child education

World Bank: $30tr lost to poor girl-child education

The World Bank has said that limited educational opportunities for girls cost countries between $15 trillion and $30 trillion in lost lifetime productivity and earnings. According to Missed Opportunities, a new World Bank report said less than two thirds of girls in low-income countries complete primary school, and only one in three girls completes lowerRead More
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