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Children of Dapchi and Education in Northern Nigeria

          In this opinion-editorial, Rotimi Olawale writes from Abuja, Nigeria highlighting the effect of terrorism on the worsening state of education in Northern Nigeria. There is something unrivaled about our collective sense of outrage as Nigerians. It does not exist. I could wage a bet that our gene for outrage has long been isolated and smashed. Some of the reactions to the recent release of the Dapchi girls leave ashes in the mouth. For anyone…

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Powerful Women: From Fiction to Fact by Trish Nicholson

    The world is happy to celebrate powerful women – as long as they are fictional. From the Greeks’ mythical Amazons and the Valkyries of Icelandic sagas, to Wonder Woman striding heroically across our cinema screens, powerful women are the stuff of fantasy, the exception. But women have always been brave, smart, resourceful, strong – it’s the narratives that changed – and new findings are revealing women’s power as fact. The recent discovery by modern genome research, that…

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