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    General Health Growing Up Poor Not Only Affects Your Health, It Changes as Many as 1 in 13 Genes – ScienceAlert

    We all love a good rags to riches story, but the truth is that poverty never really leaves you. Not only does it have a lasting effect on your health and mental well-being, growing up poor changes you at a genetic level. A new study demonstrates the extent of … Read more via ScienceAlert...
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    Politics Minister disputes report Nigeria has world’s largest poor population – Premium Times Nigeria News

    The Ministry of Budget and National Planning on Thursday disputed a report that poverty situation is worsening in Nigeria. The ministry said the National Bureau of Statistics (NBS) is the statutory agency of government with responsibility for producing Nigeria’s official statistics, including...
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    Metro Cleric Urges FG To Tackle Poverty, Injustice – Leadership Nigeria Newspapers

    A cleric of Church of Christ Mission (CCM), Kuje-Abuja, Rev. Willie M. Sada, has called on the federal government to tackle headlong the challenges of poverty and injustice, to end the spate of violence in the country. In an interview with newsmen, Sada noted that many … Read more via...
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    Metro Osogbo: 38 Year Old Slaughters Husband Leaving Three Children To Life Of Poverty

    Three children of the late Alhaji Hakeem Saludeen have been rendered fatherless by their own mother after she connived with an ex-convict to murder him. The gruesome incident has left the children staring at an uncertain future, with their mother incarcerated at Ilesha prisons, where she has...
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    Entertainment Africa: 10 Films That Will Change the Way You Think About Poverty

    Did you know that each year, more movies come out of Nigeria’s ‘Nollywood’ than Hollywood? ONE, an international NGO picked top 10 films and documentaries from across Africa that you simply have to see. 1. Moolaadé (2004) | Senegal 2. The First Grader (2010) | UK / Kenya 3. Neria (1993) |...
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    Politics Liberate Yourselves From Poverty, Oyegun Tells Kogi Electorate

    The National Chairman of the All Progressives Congress (APC), Chief John Oyegun, on Saturday urged the people of Kogi to vote out Gov, Idris Wada, in order to liberate themselves from poverty and underdevelopment. Oyegun, who addressed a rally in Lokoja to drum support for the APC governorship...