Category: This Month In TW

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A CALL FOR ACTION: GET YOUR BRAVE ON LADIES AND #BE BOLD FOR CHANGE

A CALL FOR ACTION: GET YOUR BRAVE ON LADIES AND #BE BOLD FOR CHANGE

The International Women’s day is an annual global event that holds on the 8th of March in honor of every woman worldwide. The earliest Women’s day observance was held on February 28th 1909, in New York. It was organized by the Socialist Party of America in remembrance of the strike of the International Ladies Garment...

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TW’S JAN/FEB EDITION IS LIT WITH TV’S DARLING, KEMI ADETIBA

TW’s Jan/Feb edition is out and it’s all forms of fabulous with the Queen of motion pictures, Kemi Adetiba as our cover girl. Kemi is the force to reckon with in the film industry, as she revolutionizes the frontiers of film directing in Nigeria. This month’s issue is fresh on the stands, so snag a...

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GENDER, SA’AD AND THE QUR’AN

One of the major headlines during this holiday season was the statement made by the Sultan of Sokoto, Sa’ad Abubakar III concerning the Gender and Equality Opportunity Bill, which is at the second reading stage before the Senate. Amongst other things, the bill seeks to enforce equal inheritance between both sexes; and to provide for widows rights in custody, inheritance and remarriage. The Sultan had the...

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FOOD TERROR; Is it rice, or plastic on the menu

Fear has gripped the hearts of people over the past couple of months as a video making rounds on social media showed workers feeding plastic into a machine to produce rice like granules. The factory believed to be in China was said to be producing rice out of plastic. The widely shared controversial video has generated...

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Bukunola Gadzama Covers The May Edition of Today’s Woman Magazine.

  The month’s cover star is real estate is real estate maven – Bukunola Gadzama. In an exclusive chat with us, she inspires as she shares with us taking the leap of faith in a male dominated industry, maintaining integrity in a cut throat business, delivering affordable quality homes in Nigeria, going from a marketer...