The Cybercrimes Act, is a relatively new and unknown law, ostensibly enacted to make the nation’s cyberspace safe for all users. However, at a recent media roundtable, participants pointed out some inherent flaws in the Act, which make it an instrument of suppression and intimidation of certain categories of people. Assistant Editor, CHINWE MADUAGWU, who was at the event reports.
Nigeria’s first and leading weightloss reality TV show, FaSttest Shedder, is the brainchild of Seyi Olusore, a lifestyle/fitness coach. The Next Edition recently had a chat with him on what the TV show is all about.
Taking care of the risk factors of suicide will go a long way to prevent the rate of suicide in Nigeria.
As Nigerians celebrate June 12 as the new official Democracy Day, Assistant Editor, CHINWE MADUAGWU, writes that it is not just enough to declare the day a holiday.
So you are thinking of renting a house in Lagos? That’s a big move and decision. House-hunting in Lagos is not as easy as you may think. You will need all the tips we have listed in this article for free.
Participants at a recent seminar to celebrate the family looked at the issue of human trafficking and illegal migration and concluded that lack of education and poverty, among others, were responsible for the high rate of illegal migration across the country. Assistant Editor, CHINWE MADUAGWU, who was at the seminar reports.
Children’s Day: We Want all Children to Go to School, Have Food to Eat, No Hawking, Kidnapping, Please – Nigerian Children
Today, May 27, Nigerian children celebrate their day, that is, if there is really anything for them to celebrate. However, as they mark the day, some of them shared their dreams for the country with Assistant Editor, CHINWE MADUAGWU.
The National Association of Seadogs recently reached out to members of the Dakibiu community with a free Medical Mission. OBINNA ODUNZE, who was there, reports that though the community shares border with the affluent Jabi District, there is a total lack of government presence.
To keep Enugu clean, one man threw a challenge to the residents of the city. Asian Nkutt, who has been following the challenge, reports that it is achieving results.
Participants at a recent Round-table on Corruption at Nigeria’s International airports, after presentations and discussions, came to the conclusion that, indeed, it was at an alarming level and suggested ways to deal with it. Assistant Editor, CHINWE MADUAGWU reports. Corruption is one major problem, which seems to have planted deep roots in the country. All […]