CHILD SEXUAL ABUSE: IS THE NIGERIAN GOVERNMENT TO BE BLAMED

Child sexual abuse happens when a child is been forced, persuaded or tricked to engage in sexual activities. This abuse is mostly done by adults who understand the child has not developed sexually to engage in sexual activities or reached the legal age to engage is sexual activities. In respect to the child reaching the [...]

15 Facts about Human Rights

Human rights are moral principles or norm that describes certain standards conducts of human behaviour which people from around the world have agreed are essential.  Below are some human right facts you should be aware of: 1) Human rights are the total sum of civil, political, individual and collective rights in every states and countries of the world enshrined in their legslations and laws. 2) Human rights covers every aspect of a persons life. 3) Human Rights are inalienable, in other words, no person [...]

Importance of Literature Review in Social Sciences/Humanities

Literature review is an essential part of academic work. My deep understanding of literature review emerged from my Bachelor's degree up until my Ph.D. degree. As students we are not believed to be experts of the topic, therefore, the following are what I have learnt about the importance of literature review; Identify contribution to knowledge: [...]

Some path will be lonely, learn in time to walk alone

"No one achieves great things by following the crowd. Have a spine. Strike your own path.” Robert Kiyosaki "The one who follows the crowd will usually get no further than the crowd. The one who walks alone is likely to find themselves in places no one has ever been before.” Albert Einstein There are times [...]

MY 2019 FAVORITE COAT

I love this faux coat, aside the fact that it is affordable... It is of great quality. This is an amazing compliment for a coat from Primark (YES PRIMARK). This same design was trending at other high street fashion stores like New Look and River Island. I almost bought this coat from River Island until [...]

That loophole in protecting a Nigerian child.

A Nigerian child is basically protected by the Child's Right Act 2003 and Children and Young Persons Act. The laws seek to protect the child on every aspect of his life ranging from birth, survival, development, physical,mental, emotional, health among others.The Child's Right Act defines a child as one who is below the age of [...]