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Women's rights in Islam: Fighting for equality before the law
In countries that practice Islamic law, legal reforms to advance the status of women tend to fail due to hard-liners who see it undermining religion. But a new wave of efforts views it as a fundamental part of Islam.
Mother's Day 2020: Mother’s Day and Mothering Sunday
Mothering Sunday and Mother's Day both have different origins; although they represent the same meaning. But the celebration has left many wondering how many times we celebrate the day in Nigeria. GuardianTV throws more light on this complicated question and wishes all mothers a happy mother’s day.
How 68-year-old Margaret Adenuga and husband Noah , 70 delivered of a set of twins
68-year-old Margaret Adenuga and husband Noah, 70 have been delivered of twins at the Lagos University Teaching Hospital, Idi Araba. Lagos, Nigeria. The woman was pregnant for the first time following an in vitro fertilisation. She was delivered of the babies – a boy and a girl – through an elective Caesarean section on April 14.
Meet Nigerian Army female fighters
There is a special battalion in the Nigerian Army made up of soldiers who have proven they can hold their own in combat. They are part of an elite all-women corps known as the NAWC – the Nigerian Army Women Corps.
Behind the scenes from Lady Maiden Ibru's cover shoot for GuardianLife
Born and bred in Nigeria to a Greek father and a Nigerian mother, Lady Maiden Ibru strongly identifies as Nigerian, particularly Yoruba. In fact, many a time, those who interact with her are left dazed because of how effortlessly the Yoruba language rolls off her tongue. Described as “loyal” and “free-spirited” by friends, Lady Ibru reaffirms this when she says that she “cherishes her childhood friends.”
Iran: Female soccer fan dies after setting herself on fire
An Iranian woman known as the "Blue Girl" set herself on fire after being handed a prison sentence for trying to enter a soccer stadium. Her death sparked outrage on social media, with some calling for a stadium boycott.
University of Ibadan honours Lady Alex-Ibru
The University of Ibadan has conferred a lifetime achievement award on the Publisher of The Guardian, Lady Maiden Alex-Ibru, an alumna of the school. The school’s vice chancellor, Prof. Abel Idowu Olayinka, described her as a role model and quintessential woman of inspiration.