Bello relaxes lockdown, insists Kogi is COVID-19-free

Alleged rape: NAWOJ urges fast, unbiased probe of…

The Nigeria Association of Women Journalists, NAWOJ, has called on Kogi State Government to ensure accelerated and unbiased investigation of the alleged act of assault and rape committed by the state’s Commissioner for Water Resources,…

NAWOJ tasks govt over Family Court

NAWOJ tasks govt over Family Court

Quicken actions towards achieving a befitting Family Court for the state, the Oyo State chapter of the National Association of Women Journalist, NAWOJ, has charged Oyo State government. The state Chairperson, NAWOJ, Mrs. Jadesola Ajibola,…

Women not second class citizens in the Army –GOC

Women not second class citizens in the Army…

Women are not second class citizens, hence the Nigerian Army operates on the basis of law which allows females to pursue higher rank in their career. The General Officer in Command, 2 Division Nigerian Army, …

Oyo NAWOJ congratulates Sarumi-Aliyu on new appointment

Why more women attempt suicide than men -Psychologist

Clinical Psychologist, Suicide Research and Prevention Initiative, SURPIN, Miss Titi Tade, on Saturday said more women attempted suicide than men. Tade made the assertion while delivering a lecture titled, ‘Depression, vis-à-vis Suicide Rate in the…

Oyo NAWOJ congratulates Sarumi-Aliyu on new appointment

Election: NAWOJ honours Oyo State REC

Oyo State Resident Electoral Commissioner, REC, Mr. Mutiu Agboke, has been commended by the state chapter of Nigeria Association of Women Journalists, NAWOJ, over what it described as successful conduct of the general elections. The…