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Deborah Bakare

12 Dec
This question is mostly for residents of Lagos or those who have at some point in their life resided in Nigeria’s former federal capital: what comes to your mind when you hear the phrase ‘Lagos is no man’s land?’
19 Nov
Doctor Fola David talks to GuardianTV about the Five myths about skincare.
17 Nov
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?
12 Jun 2023
Nigeria, with an estimated population of about 200 million people, celebrates 22 years of returning to democratic rule on what is now known as Democracy Day today June 12. GuardianTV takes a look at how far and how well the Nigerian democracy has come after 22 years.
31 May 2023
The inauguration of President Bola Ahmed Tinubu came with mixed feelings for different Nigerians. Guardian TV, went to the streets of Lagos to hear what negotiations have to say. And here are their views.
13 Apr 2023
The Lagos State Government has reported that there was no confirmed fatality yet from the 7-floor building under construction that collapsed in Banana Island, Lagos State, yesterday evening as investigations continue. Banana Island is known to be one of the most expensive parts of the state as a hub for the elite.
6 Apr 2023
Being blind doesn't mean you don't have a vision and good health is universal to anyone in the world anywhere at any place at any time. Visually-impaired students seek equal rights.
1 Apr 2023
This device is named MUA - after the sound people commonly make when blowing a kiss. It was invented by a Beijing startup, Siweifushe, to stimulate long-distance kissing. Zhao Jianbo, the inventor, said he was inspired to create the device because he couldn’t meet his girlfriend during the lockdown.
29 Mar 2023
Prof. Micheal Nwankpa, Founding Director and Director of the Research Centre for African Conflict and Development, London launched his much-anticipated book Nigeria’s Fourth Republic, 1999-2021: A Militarised Democracy at the University of Lagos recently.
20 Mar 2023
The excitement of democracy and the opportunity to make their voices heard motivated voters across various parts of Nigeria's commercial capital to come out and vote in the governorship and state houses of assembly elections that took place on Saturday.
20 Mar 2023
Residents of Oke-Afa in Lagos State have recounted their experience during the governorship and house of assembly elections.
20 Mar 2023
INEC, the Independent National Electoral Commission, has been the subject of a great deal of criticism in Nigeria following what some are calling a poorly executed recent election. Opinions on the electoral body's performance vary greatly among Nigerians, with some commending it for an excellent job and others condemning it for a woeful one.

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