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The Mainland Teens/Youth Leadership & Career Conference *29th & 31st August 2017

The Mainland Teens/Youth Leadership & Career Conference is designed to help children & young people develop new attitudes, behaviours & choices.
Organised by A Fresh Start Initiative and Dayo Israel Intl in partnership with GLEEHD Foundation, Yaba Youth Congress, Able Abel Initiative and the Lagos State Youth Council

During the conference, over 1000 young Mainlanders will meet to sharpen their leadership skills to tackle global issues. An ideal opportunity for young leaders who wish to face challenges that will push their abilities to the next level. The conference will challenge the young participants to be influencers in their faith based institutions, schools, and communities.

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LIVE VIDEO: DAY 6- Children Hour – RCCG 65TH ANNUAL CONVENTION 2017 – #HALLELUYAH

LIVE VIDEO: DAY 6- Children Hour – RCCG 65TH ANNUAL CONVENTION 2017 –

#HALLELUYAH

Security information for RCCG 65th Annual Convention 2017 #Halleluyah

As we approach the RCCG 65th Annual Convention with the Theme.. Halleluyah, Please note that all types of Persons would begin to enter the Camp.

Please be Security and Safety Conscious.
Adopt the policy of “See Something, Say Something”.

Do not hesitate to challenge and report anyone you suspect .

SECURITY TIPS

Car owners should please secure their vehicles with Pedal, steering or electronics Security locks.

Ensure your house doors and windows are properly locked.

 

For Immediate Assistance Contact.

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LIVE VIDEO: God’s Children Great Talent (Season 7) Grand Finale


You are watching Live Grand Finale of season 7 of GCGT™ from Eko-Hotel, Lagos, (God’s Children Great Talent (GCGT) is Africa’s Biggest Youth Talent Competition.

An initiative of the Redeemed Christian Church of God (RCCG), GCGT identifies and celebrates talents in children from 5 to 20 years of age. GCGT began in 2011

FG to launch intervention for refugees, IDPs

The Federal Government says it would unveil a National Integrated framework for Refugees, Migrants and Internally Displaced Persons (IDP) in September.

The Acting President, Prof. Yemi Osinbajo disclosed this during the commemoration of the 2017 World Refugees Day on Tuesday in Abuja.

Represented by Hajiya Zainab Ahmed, Minister of State, Budget and National Planning, Osinbajo said that the framework would integrate appropriate interventions through effective utilization of data, research and planning for the return, resettlement, rehabilitation and reintegration of all persons of concerns

He said that the new approach would be a shift from relief dependent measures to real and measurable durable solution strategies. Read more

Introducing Playhouse Children Centre

Playhouse Children Centre is an early childhood setting providing quality care from birth to 5 years. It was started 13 years ago with the sole aim of creating an amiable environment for the care, entertainment and education of children, equipping them developmentally for their formative and sensitive years. We take pride in raising imaginative, inquisitive and intelligent young minds.

Our core values of professionalism, love, care, fun, creativity, clean and safe environment; has been our mainstay over the years. We also run an entertainment outfit which caters to children during seminars, weddings etc.

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82 more #ChibokGirls released

STATE HOUSE PRESS STATEMENT

President Muhammadu Buhari is pleased to announce that negotiations to release more of the #ChibokGirls have yielded results.
Today, 82 more #ChibokGirls were released.


After lengthy negotiations,our security agencies have taken back these girls, in exchange for some Boko Haram suspects held by the authorities.
The released #ChibokGirls are due to arrive in Abuja tomorrow Sunday May 7, and will be received by the President.
President Muhammadu Buhari expresses his deep gratitude to all who played a part in ensuring the success of this operation, as follows: Security agencies, the military, the Government of Switzerland, the International Committee of the Red Cross, and local and international NGOs.
The President has repeatedly expressed his total commitment towards ensuring the safe return of the #ChibokGirls, and all other Boko Haram captives.
The President has received detailed briefings from the Director-General of the Department of State Services (DSS) at every stage of the negotiations/operation.
Signed.

Garba Shehu

Senior Special Assistant to the President — Media and Publicity

May 6, 2017

When Malaria Hits Home by Dr. Oluyemi Olawaiye

According to the World Health Organization’s (WHO) figures in 2012, the top five killers in Africa were HIV/Aids, lower respiratory tract infections, diarrheal diseases, strokes, and Malaria.  In my role as founder and president of Yeloto African Children’s Foundation, a non-profit organization named for my own children, I have made raising awareness of the ills and needs of children in Africa a central aspect of the mission of my efforts.  As I have shared before in both public and private arenas.   When I reflect on what I have seen and continue to see day to day during my vacation’s and annual charity sojourn to Nigeria, it generates great sadness in my heart to see how our country’s most valuable resource, its children, are not all provided for in a manner that ensures their optimum development and success.  What I find even more disheartening is reminiscent of a quote by entrepreneur, author, and motivational speaker Zig Ziglar, who is quoted as saying, “The world’s most deadly disease is “hardening of the attitudes.”  In too many arenas, from the average citizen to the highest echelons of government there is a sense of complacency about the needs of one of the most vulnerable populations in our midst. Our children need us and they need us now.  At the risk of sounding cliché, the truth remains; the children that we are passing by begging or hawking in the streets, or those that are dying as a result of preventable illnesses are our future.  I know that something as conceptually simple as paradigm shift in thinking as well as the synergism of individuals that choose to function as change agents hold the key to turning the tide and changing the present narrative for our African children. Read more

YELOTO awards scholarships to the best students at MayFlower School

 

Dr. Oluyemi Olawaiye, Founder YELOTO

As a part of its 2017 activities, YELOTO African Children Foundation awarded scholarships to the best male and female students from junior and senior categories on Wednesday, 25th January 2017 at the Mayflower School Ikenne, Ogun State Nigeria.

This is the second in the series.
The scholarships were awarded to 15 recipients and were presented with cheques.
YELOTO was represented by Idowu Olasunkanmi, the Director of Public Communication

 

I sat and spoke with the C.E.O of Yeloto African Children Foundation, Dr. Oluyemi Olawaiye, and was immediately taken by his strong sense of motivation to excel in his personal life and his equally passionate desire in supporting enterprising students. Read more

UNICEF to Trump: Consider 28m child refugees

The UN Children’sFund (UNICEF) has appealed to the U.S. that the 28 million children who are uprooted by conflicts need to be helped.

UNICEF, in a statement issued on child refugees on Monday in New York, said the needs of regional had never been greater than now.

The call was not unconnected with the recent Refugee Order signed by U.S. President Donald Trump, temporarily banning refugees into the U.S. from seven countries.

The statement said “the needs of refugees have never been greater.

“Worldwide 28 million children have been uprooted by conflict, driven from their homes by violence and terror. They need our help. Read more

Funmi Iyanda’s (@funmilola) Change-A-Life Annual TV Show hosts 2017 special edition #changealifeng

….host a panel discussion with key players in the entertainment, politics/governance, power, manufacturing/production and technology.

…airs live on Sunday, January 1, 2017 from 9am on the NTA Network.

 

On the 1st of January 2017 from 9am on the NTA Network, CAL returns with the T.V show, bigger and better. The show will host a panel discussion with key players in the following sectors: entertainment, politics/governance, power, manufacturing/production and technology.

The panellists will discuss the strides that have been made in advancing these sectors in Nigeria as well as mishaps and give their projections, hopes and suggestions for the future. The show intends to raise awareness on happenings in the society and also encourage everyday individuals to make little personal changes and continuous acts of kindness to help change lives.

In the words of Leyman Gbowee, ‘We must ignite the spirit of Ubuntu – I am what I am because of who we all are’.

The show will end in a New Year’s Day celebration with Change-A-Life’s beneficiaries to put a smile on the faces by providing them with gift items. Read more

LIVE VIDEO: 2016 Pastor Mrs. Folu Adeboye’s (Mummy G.O) Christmas Party for Children #RCCG

2016 Pastor Mrs. Folu Adeboye’s (Mummy G.O) Christmas Party for Children #RCCG

Diarrhea: Causes and treatments by Dr. Oluyemi Olawaiye

Dr. Oluyemi Olawaiye

Diarrhea is the condition of having at least three loose or liquid bowel movements each day.  It can lasts for a few days with the most significant symptom been dehydration due to fluid loss. Parents should be aware that loose but non-watery stools in breast feeding babies does not necessarily constitute diarrhea.

 

It is most common in developing countries. Total deaths for diarrhea worldwide was about 1.26 million in 2013. In 2012, it was the second most common cause of deaths in children younger than five years of age.  Frequent episodes of diarrhea can lead to malnutrition, stunted growths and poor intellectual development. Read more

It is official, 21 Chibok girls now with government #bringbackourgirls

It is confirmed that 21 of the missing Chibok Girls have been released and are in the custody of the Department of State Services, DSS.

The Director-General, Malam LAWAL Daura just finished briefing the President H.E MUHAMMADU Buhari.

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The release of the girls, in a limited number is the outcome of negotiations between the administration and the Boko Haram brokered by the International Red Cross and the Swiss government. The negotiations will continue.
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Jennifer Aniston makes a new friend on Emirates

Hollywood actress, director and producer Jennifer Aniston makes a return to the Emirates A380, and makes a new friend, in a new global digital and TV advertising campaign for the world’s best airline*.

Jennifer Aniston TV commercial | A380 | Emirates

 

The ad builds on the success of the first Emirates-Jennifer Aniston ad launched last year, a much talked-about campaign which quickly went viral.
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In a similar vein to the first light-hearted TVC, the Golden Globe and Emmy award-winning actress brings her distinctive personality, classic style, and a touch of humour, to showcase the A380. In the ad, Jennifer befriends Cooper, a feisty young boy who she finds playing in her Private Suite in the Emirates First Class cabin, while she was freshening up in the Shower Spa. The two strike up a conversation and build rapport, as they stroll through Emirates’ Business Class cabin and Onboard Lounge. Sitting on the stairs between the lower and upper decks of the aircraft, Cooper tells Jennifer about his aspirations to become a pilot – of ‘this plane’, pointing to his model Emirates A380 aircraft. In Economy Class, Cooper is finally reunited with his surprised parents where Jennifer chooses to remain and enjoy Emirates’ ice inflight entertainment system with Cooper. The ad ends with Cooper’s mother relaxing in Jennifer’s Private Suite, having exchanged places with the Hollywood star.

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Boutros Boutros, Emirates’ Divisional Senior Vice President, Corporate Communications, Marketing & Brand explained: “A year ago, when we launched our first ad featuring Jennifer Aniston, we were overwhelmed by what a social phenomenon it became. The humour resonated with audiences around the world, and the ad was viewed by millions of people, generating thousands of conversations. Fans of both Emirates and Jennifer loved her effortless charm and humour, and enjoyed a story that deviated from traditional airline advertising.

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“We were overrun with requests to see Jennifer again. She has an enduring, universal appeal that is at once sophisticated, but also down to earth – a great match for our brand. This new ad perfectly captures the fun, spontaneity and glamour of flying on Emirates, and we are confident audiences will find it as memorable as the first.”

The TVC was directed by industry veteran and Oscar-nominee Bryan Buckley, who is acclaimed for his numerous Super Bowl ads. The script and creative concept was a collaboration between Buckley and Emirates’ in-house advertising team and produced in conjunction with the WPP Group.

We’ll make Lagos uncomfortable for perpetrators of domestic violence – Ambode

…Leads first all men walk against women, girl child abuse

Lagos State Governor, Mr. Akinwunmi Ambode on Thursday led an All Male Walk against Sexual and Gender Based Violence (SGBV), vowing that his administration would leave no stone unturned to ensure that all perpetrators of such crimes are made to face the wrath of the law.

The walk, which proceeded from Ikeja under Bridge through Awolowo Way to Lagos House in Alausa, witnessed the participation of dignitaries from all walks of life, including members of the State Executive Council, members of the State House of Assembly, key government functionaries, entertainers, youths, artisans, workers, among others.

Addressing participants at the Lagos House, Ikeja, Governor Ambode, decked in a black T-shirt and armed with a placard with the inscription ‘Stop Rape, Domestic Violence, Child Abuse’, said it was time for men to stand up and take the bull by the horn in tackling the menace of SGBV in the society, as recent research has shown that women are more prone to being victims of these crimes. Read more

GTBank holds 6th Annual Autism Conference

Guaranty Trust Bank plc, is set to hold the 6th edition of its Annual Autism Conference. The two-day programme, which is free and open to the general public, will hold on the 20th and 21st of June, 2016 at the MUSON Centre, Onikan, Lagos.

GTBank holds 6th Annual Autism Conference

Themed “Managing Autism: The Next Generation, Consideration and Resources”, the Autism Conference will feature specialists from Nigeria and the United States of America offering consulting services ranging from the assessment of children for Autism and other developmental challenges to the counselling of their parents. Other services include; Speech Therapy, Physical Therapy , Behaviour Analysis, Audiology, Clinical Psychology, Developmental Psychiatry, Physiotherapy, and Occupational Therapy. Read more

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