Childrens’ Day 2023: Spare the rod or not?
By Guardian Exclusive
27 May 2023 | 6:12 am
In African society, the choice of disciplinary measures used to train a child is often a subject of debate. The two early holy books and the African tradition also favor using a hand to correct kids' wrongdoings. GuardianTV asks Nigerians if sparing the road does spoil the child?
Every day, an estimated 17 million Nigerian children miss out on vital nutrients. Many will suffer permanent developmental problems. Why is the government not able to feed its own children?
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udges in Nigeria hear a crucial petition seeking to annul the results of the presidential election. Also, Sudanese pin their hopes on peace talks in Saudi Arabia to deliver a humanitarian truce. And Guinea looks into an outbreak of chemical burns amongst fishermen.
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