Sterling One Foundation Partners LEAP Africa, African Union on Youth Day of Service

Sterling One Foundation

Sterling One Foundation has announced a partnership with LEAP Africa to provide funding opportunities for individuals and groups who are championing projects on the International Youth Day of Service via a series of over 300 community-based social impact projects.  Other core partners of the project are the Ford Foundation, Giving.ng, and the African Union. The Pan-African ‘Youth Day of Service’ (YDoS) 2021 campaign is a youth-led social impact campaign with the theme, Youthful and Useful. It will involve social impact projects scheduled for execution in various African countries, including Nigeria,…

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Access Bank Launches Awareness Campaign to Combat E-banking Fraud

Access Bank

As part of its continued commitment to educate and protect customers from e-banking fraud, Africa’s largest retail bank, Access Bank Plc, has launched an awareness campaign aimed at sensitizing customers on measures they can take to protect themselves. The campaign, themed ‘Banks Don’t Ask’, focuses on three key activities that account for most fraud incidents in Nigeria, phishing, SIM card fraud, ATM fraud and POS fraud. From all indications, the rates of phishing, SIM card fraud, ATM fraud and POS fraud in the country has tripled in the past few…

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2023: Photos of Osinbajo, Ganduje Presidential Campaign Posters Flood Kano

Presidential Campaign Posters

Presidential campaign posters of Yemi Osinbajo and Ganduje have emerged. Angeladaviesblog reports that ahead of the 2023 general elections, presidential campaign posters of Vice President Yemi Osinbajo and Governor Abdullahi Ganduje of Kano State have emerged. The campaign posters carried the inscriptions “Osinbajo-Ganduje Alliance (OGA), For Better Nigeria OGA Na Master.” This online platform understands that the posters were spotted in strategic locations across Kano like Total by Airport Road Roundabout, Ahmadu Bello Way by Shekarau house, Murtala Muhammad Way, Kano Club Roundabout and Independence Way Roundabout. Recall that the…

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JUST IN: Ex-Nigeria’s First Lady, Victoria Aguiyi-Ironsi, is Dead

Victoria Aguiyi-Ironsi

Former Nigeria’s First Lady, Victoria Aguiyi-Ironsi, is dead. Angeladaviesblog reports that Nigeria’s First Lady, Victoria Nwanyiocha Aguiyi-Ironsi who was the widow of Gen. Johnson Umunnakwe Aguiyi-Ironsi, the first Nigerian military head of state died in the early hours of Monday close family friend disclosed. She would have clocked 98 on November 21. Victoria never remarried after the death of her husband. Her late husband, Johnson Thomas Umunnakwe Aguiyi-Ironsi seized power during a national chaos following January 15, 1966, military coup. He became the Supreme Commander of the National Military Government…

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