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Why female journalists are more in classrooms than newsrooms

Why female journalists are more in classrooms than newsrooms

Why are there so many females studying Mass Communication courses in different universities but only insignificant numbers are seen in the newsroom? This was the question that nagged our reporter, leading to her heading out…

Auto mechanic: Daring into men’s terrain

Auto mechanic: Daring into men’s terrain

It is widely believed that labour intensive jobs are usually fit for males. Indeed, it is often dominated by them, especially jobs like: carpentry, bricklaying, and auto repair. But that view no longer holds sway…

Women are held down by obsolete laws – Abah

Women are held down by obsolete laws – Abah

Award-winning journalist, author, women rights activist and Founder of CEE-HOPE, a non-profit child’s rights and development organisation, Ms. Betty Abah, in this interview, with OLuwatosin Omoniyi, speaks on gender equality and the place of women…

Parents should nurture their children’s talents – Olayinka Beyonce

Parents should nurture their children’s talents – Olayinka Beyonce

  Five-year-old, award winning kid, Olayinka Beyonce Omotoyinbo, has advised parents to identify the hidden talents in their children, and nurture it to fruition. Olayinka stated this, in a chat with our Correspondent in Lekki,…

IWD: When women seek to challenge the status quo

IWD: When women seek to challenge the status quo

IWD: Given their input, strength, and influence, women ought to be celebrated every day. But March 8 of every year has been earmarked to celebrate social, economic, cultural and political achievements of women across the…

Social Media has become integral to every beauty bloggers success – Melina Taj

Social Media has become integral to every beauty bloggers success – Melina Taj

  In today’s world, the use of social media has become an integral part of everyone’s life. We often look up to social networking sites not just to interact with others but also to get…

Adeleke: Why I left Computer Science for shoemaking

Adeleke: Why I left Computer Science for shoemaking

For Aisha Adeleke, 27, shoe making has been an agelong passion, right from her secondary school days. Moment after she graduated, she didn’t bother to search for a paid job; rather, she simply brought to…

There’s nothing called overnight success, says Bruna Rubio

There’s nothing called overnight success, says Bruna Rubio

  Born in Madrid, Spain, Bruna Rubio has had a successful career as an actress, starring in various ads, movies, and telenovelas from the young age of three. Now, she has discovered a new-found passion…

Kristina Edwards: 4 things every aspiring woman entrepreneur must consider

Kristina Edwards: 4 things every aspiring woman entrepreneur must consider

  Entrepreneurship is daunting and perhaps the true test of what you’re made of. As more women venture into business, their journeys serve as an inspiration to others like them and young women hoping to…

‘I love cars, but being a female mechanic is tough job’

‘I love cars, but being a female mechanic is tough job’

Being a female mechanic is certainly not an easy task for Chisom Okeke, who has been mechanic since 2017. Even though, it is a field not fit for a woman, it has been a challenge…