The National Democratic Coalition (NADECO) Renewal Group has advised opposition parties agitating against the declaration of Sen. Bola Tinubu as president-elect to perish the thought of upturning his victory. In a statement issued on Saturday in Ado-Ekiti, the group described Tinubu’s emergence as president-elect as the best that had ever happened to Nigeria in recent … Continue reading NADECO warns Peter Obi, Atiku over court battle with Tinubu
Day: March 11, 2023
U-20 AFCON: Senegal’s road to victory
The Young Teranga Lions of Senegal on Saturday at the Cairo International Stadium, Egypt, defeated their Gambia counterparts 2-0 to lift their first-ever Under-20 Africa Cup of Nations (AFCON) trophy. Goals from forward Sulaymane Faye and midfielder Mamadou Camara were all the team needed to secure Senegal victory over their Gambian neighbours. The Senegalese side … Continue reading U-20 AFCON: Senegal’s road to victory
Neymar Injury Update: PSG and Brazil international footballer to leave hospital after surgery
This handout picture provided by Aspetar Hospital in Doha on March 10, 2023 shows Paris Saint-Germain’s Brazilian forward Neymar da Silva Santos Junior (R) gesturing in bed after after undergoing surgery at the facility, accompanied by the hospital’s Chief Medical Officer Dr Pieter D’Hooghe (2nd-L), ankle surgeon Dr Pierre James Calder (2nd-R), and Brazilian surgeon … Continue reading Neymar Injury Update: PSG and Brazil international footballer to leave hospital after surgery
Experts warn against excessive use of flu vaccines
With multiple provinces in China seeing an increase in flu cases and some people stocking up on antiviral treatments, a medical specialist has warned of potential health risks and drug safety concerns. According to the Beijing Center for Disease Prevention and Control, the intensity of seasonal influenza in Beijing is showing an obvious upward trend. … Continue reading Experts warn against excessive use of flu vaccines
China takes financial risk measures to curb inflation
China's plan to reorganize its top financial regulatory bodies underscores policymakers' emphasis on strengthening financial risk prevention by removing a regulatory vacuum and bolstering supervision coordination, experts said on Wednesday. The plan, if approved, would give a significant boost to the ability of China's financial system to serve the real economy and protect investors' rights … Continue reading China takes financial risk measures to curb inflation
Education is a treasure trove
Featuring cutting-edge equipment, new classrooms encourage creative thinking and an interest in the sciences among high-school students across CHINA. Schoolgirls Liao Wenting and Ma Feiya (right front) use the 3D printer to make a pen holder. [Photo provided to China Daily] Growing up in a remote town in Northwest China's Gansu province, 12-year-old schoolgirl Liao … Continue reading Education is a treasure trove
What is benevolent sexism?
Photo by casper somia on Pexels.com Benevolent sexism includes views and behaviors that frame women as: innocent pure caring and nurturing fragile and in need of protection beautiful A 2020 study involving participants in the United States and United Kingdom found that people who believed in humanity’s dominance over nature and who saw women as being more … Continue reading What is benevolent sexism?
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