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By Nkem Egenuka
The World Hypertension Day was first inaugurated in May 2005 and has become an annual event ever since. The purpose of the WHD is to promote public awareness of hypertension and to encourage citizens of all countries to the prevent and control of the silent killer which is gradually becoming a modern epidemic.
By Nkem Egenuka
Faceless is a riveting story of children plunged into the streets by poverty and parental neglect. Amma Darko in very graphic details presents sociological issues of child-neglect, gender, child abuse, defilement of girls, child-trafficking, child-labour, and violence.
By Nkem Egenuka
Here are some motivational quotes by a few Nigerian Writers. Enjoy!
By Nkem Egenuka
Anxiety is a nervous disorder marked by excessive uneasiness and apprehension, typically with compulsive behaviour or panic attacks. Anxiety can cause feelings of fear, sense of unease and tension.
By Nkem Egenuka
From the best-selling author of Americanah, We Should All Be Feminists and Half of a Yellow Sun comes a powerful new revealation about Today's feminism —written as a letter to a friend.
By Nkem Egenuka
Romeo Oriogun has been named winner of the 2017 Brunel International African Poetry Prize.
By Nkem Egenuka
Today is Workers Day!, Thrill yourself with these books by Brilliant Nigerian Writers who are scaling new heights. Enjoy!   Title: Kings and Not Slaves Author: Ola Osibodu
By Nkem Egenuka
Sleep is a condition of body and mind, wherein the nervous system is inactive, the eyes closed, the postural muscles relaxed, and consciousness practically suspended. This condition recurs for several hours.
By Nkem Egenuka
World Malaria Day  is an international observance commemorated every year on 25 April to recognize the global efforts made to control malaria. It was established in May 2007 by the 60th session of the World Health Assembly.
By Nkem Egenuka
Osaka Adetunji Adeleke was born on 15 January 1955, to the family of Senator Ayoola and Esther Adeleke. He was born in Enugu and spent his early years in the city until the beginning of the Nigerian civil war.

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