After 23 years of battling infertility, failed IVF, I conceived twins naturally – 49-year-old woman

Mrs. Gabriel with her twins While it’s not impossible to become pregnant naturally in the late 40s or 50s, it is, nevertheless, rare with experts always warning that conceiving at such age can increase the risk of some health problems for the baby and the mother. Mrs. Modupe Gabriel, a school proprietress in Lagos, however, […]

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How I discovered newborn baby dumped at my church’s altar – Ondo bishop

Founder, Cherubim and Seraphim Holy Trinity Church, Oda Road, Akure, Ondo State, Bishop John Ikoko, narrates to Peter Dada how he woke up to find a newborn baby dumped at his church’s altar recently. For how long have you been in church administration? I started the work of God in 1970; this is my 51 […]

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Police corporal breaks stigma, bags PhD from Abia State University

Chibueze Nnaji, a corporal in the Nigeria Police Force (NPF), has obtained a PhD from the Abia State University (ABU). He bagged the degree at the 27th and 28th combined convocation of the university. Speaking during the convocation ceremony in a video published by ABN TV, a news platform based in the South-east, the police […]

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From failure to resounding success: The story of Timilehin Abayomi

By Adegbenro Adebanjo His studentship was withdrawn by the Obafemi Awolowo University, Ile Ife, OAU,  after he failed to meet up to the minimum standard . And so after five years sojourn all came to nothing in 2014. Six years after, he has graduated with a First Class from the Federal University of Technology Akure, […]

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Omoerijesu Temilade : Road accident, wheelchair couldn’t stop her

By Adegbenro Adebanjo In 2012 she was a final year student of Biology at the Federal University of Technology Akure FUTA. However in the same year she was involved in a debilitating road accident that changed the course of her life and made her wheelchair bound. In 2019, seven years after the accident, she applied […]

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I love unique work – one of the reasons I want to be a pilot -though Dad…

By Taiwo Obe I failed physics and mathematics in my West African School Certificate Examination (WASCE) because I only attended the classes to mark the register. Our teacher in the two subjects remains till date one of my most uninspiring teachers ever. Never mind that some of my classmates made good grades in the subjects […]

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