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Contribute Your Thoughts To Omojuwa.com

Contribute Your Thoughts To Omojuwa.com

Omojuwa.com started out as a personal blog but the blog now accommodates the opinions and thoughts of several hundreds of people from across the world. To further expand the scope, depth and breadth of our content, we have decided to further open the engagement space. Everyone can now contribute to Omojuwa.com. We do not discriminate based on gender, disability, race, ... Read More »

Help Has Arrived  #11LIFESTYLETIPS BY — EVABETA TEGA

Help Has Arrived #11LIFESTYLETIPS BY — EVABETA TEGA

1 HAVE A PLAN ( GOALS ) – Simple. The best way to get things done is to decide you’re going to do it (and then to write it down and tell people about it). So these life improvements you’re about to make? Think of them as goals. Like New Year’s resolutions that don’t happen on New Year’s and actually stick ... Read More »

A Call For Humanitarian Service #SOSYOMADEYEWANDE

A Call For Humanitarian Service #SOSYOMADEYEWANDE

SUCCESS, SIGNIFICANCE and YOMADE BALOGUN. The other day, I was watching the 2014 B.E.T Awards Show. Two particular moments in the show stood out; The tribute to Lionel Richie, which preceded his acceptance of the B.E.T. Lifetime Achievement Award, and the 50th anniversary commemoration of the 1964 civil rights act, which preceded the presentation of the B.E.T Humanitarian award to rights ... Read More »

#NoiseOfRevolt: Ribadu: Finally We Are Back at Yesterday – By @Obajeun

#NoiseOfRevolt: Ribadu: Finally We Are Back at Yesterday – By @Obajeun

During a self-instructed work out session and having been dazed by the lushly early morning natural greenery of the hub of fertility where the votary maid is currently being fortified in orinrin leaves voodoo in preparation for Osun-Osogbo Festival, yours sincerely battled the imposing billboard of Omisore around Abeere junction in a game of interrogation. A constant reminder of the ... Read More »

Engaging Adolescents and Youths as Change Agents For Sexual and Reproductive Health Rights – @Lanre_Olagunju

Engaging Adolescents and Youths as Change Agents For Sexual and Reproductive Health Rights – @Lanre_Olagunju

One of the smart ways to save time and scarce resources yet get optimal result is by investing in activities, initiatives and schemes that are designed to bring about multiple ripple effect and outcomes. And that’s exactly what you get when you invest in young people to bring about colossal change, especially when it comes to issues that directly concerns ... Read More »

Putting an End to Child Marriage and Female Genital Mutilation in Africa – @Lanre_Olagunju

Putting an End to Child Marriage and Female Genital Mutilation in Africa – @Lanre_Olagunju

Feminists around the globe need to pick up more wide-ranging issues that would result into better lives and privileges for vulnerable girls. On the scale of priority, I think issues like child marriage; girl-child education and female genital mutilation which reduces the right of a girl child over her body are more sensitive and delicate than many of the discussions ... Read More »

#FreeMarket: When Two Elephants Fight, The Consumers Enjoy – @Lanre_Olagunju

#FreeMarket: When Two Elephants Fight, The Consumers Enjoy – @Lanre_Olagunju

Capitalism as a natural economic order has a huge semblance with the human nature. I say so because basically it is designed to thrive based on competition and individual self interest, which are both natural phenomenon to man. Self interest is the reason why you have done or engaged in many of the most productive activities of your life. Check ... Read More »

How Investing in Women’s Health Enhances Economic Prosperity – @Lanre_Olagunju

How Investing in Women’s Health Enhances Economic Prosperity – @Lanre_Olagunju

In his speech during the 2013 International Women’s Day celebration, Barack Obama said “empowering women isn’t just the right thing to do, it’s the smart thing to do.” …when women succeed, nations are safer, more secure, and more prosperous.” It is essential to note that one of the most important forms of empowerment women and children deserve is the empowerment ... Read More »

How To Handle Pre-Marital/Extra Marital Sexual Pressures – @BrotherRansome

How To Handle Pre-Marital/Extra Marital Sexual Pressures – @BrotherRansome

Let me tell you what happens when a man is seduced, attracted by a woman or rather falls in love; it all started in the garden; the first time Adam saw a woman, “He goes Whoa!” – that was the first time he would behold the face, shapes, eyes, hair, lips and the breasts of a woman. This is what ... Read More »

What is Africa’s Excuse for Maternal and Newborn Mortality? – @Lanre_Olagunju

What is Africa’s Excuse for Maternal and Newborn Mortality? – @Lanre_Olagunju

One would have felt that by now the issue of maternal, newborn and child mortality would have been a thing of the past in Africa, considering the fact that many of the diseases responsible for the deaths are practically preventable and curable. The question then is what is the problem, what is Africa’s excuse for not having many of its ... Read More »

Resource for Rape Victims in Lagos State – @EstherIjewere Kalejaiye

Resource for Rape Victims in Lagos State – @EstherIjewere Kalejaiye

If you have been raped or sexually assaulted and you don’t feel like talking to a friend or family member because of confidentiality, here’s where you can break the silence and talk to someone about what has happened (they’ll treat your case with full confidentiality and fight for justice): LASUTH Complex Help lines : 08029000007, 08120006333, 08120006444, 07013491769 Email : ... Read More »

Campus Tour: Rhemaworld Radio Storms University Of Port Harcourt Nigeria

Campus Tour: Rhemaworld Radio Storms University Of Port Harcourt Nigeria

RhemaWorld Radio, A 24-Hour Christian Broadcasting Network is set to unleash A 3 – Year Soul Winning Outreach and Music Event in Major Tertiary Institutions in Nigeria from 2014 – 2016, starting with the University of Port Harcourt. “Taking the Nations One City at a Time with The Good News Always” and helping the young people discover, develop and demonstrate ... Read More »

Tackling the Unemployment Challenge in Africa – @Lanre_Olagunju

Tackling the Unemployment Challenge in Africa – @Lanre_Olagunju

Of all the numerous challenges posing a threat to Africa’s prosperity and well-being, unemployment occupies the lion share. Whether this challenge is causing African leaders sleepless night is something I am not so certain about. The challenge of unemployment is multi-faceted; in the sense that it’s one challenge that champions a couple of other problems. It also has the ability ... Read More »

#AfricanChildDay: Raising the Bar for Child Well-Being In Africa – @Lanre_Olagunju

#AfricanChildDay: Raising the Bar for Child Well-Being In Africa – @Lanre_Olagunju

When a society or community remains in a state of anarchy, little children in such communities feel the worst hit. That is quite easy to understand because they are low in survival instincts. This reminds me of the haunting picture and the last words of that 3 years old Syrian boy whose story went viral on the internet after a ... Read More »

6 Valuable Life Lessons Adults Need To Learn From Kids – @Lanre_Olagunju

6 Valuable Life Lessons Adults Need To Learn From Kids – @Lanre_Olagunju

Look into the eye of the child close to you; you can be sure that his/her eyes are clear and bright. Kids know how to smile and when they laugh they just don’t care. Little wonder why when they breathe their shoulders don’t have to go up and down like many adults have mastered. No thanks to our mastery in ... Read More »