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8 Dec
For us at The Guardian, where our motto is "Conscience nurtured by Truth," truth is a multifaceted gem, reflecting different realities and lived experiences. Follow our Truthtellers Campaign: a platform amplifying the voices of those whose stories deserve to be heard. Join us on this journey as we explore the diverse tapestry of truth, celebrating the courage and resilience of individuals who share their stories with the world.
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African delegates at a UN sponsored meeting in Uzbekistan urged the international community not to neglect desertification in Africa because of conflicts around the world. They emphasized the need to take climate action.
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If, indeed, life, as they say, begins at 40, it could be rightly said that The Guardian has come of age. It enjoys a brilliant pedigree as the citadel of excellent journalism, a reason for its acclaim as the flagship of the Nigerian press. The Guardian has evolved innovative ways and systems to sustain the averments in its motto: Truthful, Trustworthy, Yesterday and Tomorrow as “Conscience” continues to be “Nurtured by Truth”.

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