The Wife of the President of Nigeria, Aisha Buhari, has congratulated Nigerian children on the occasion of the 2020 Children’s Day. The First Lady used the occasion of the celebration to call on government at all levels and stakeholders to
The United Nations Children’s Fund, UNICEF, has launched a campaign to create awareness about the rights of children in the Nigerian society. The campaign tagged, ‘For every child, every right’, is to draw attention to children’s right. UNICEF’s new Country
Eyinade Eweje Every parent wants to give their children the best to enable them have a great head start in life. While this is the desire of most parents, actions played out to achieve this purpose may be futile and
Nollywood actress, Amanda Ebeye, shocked her fans last year when she welcomed a baby boy, Benjamin Phillip, in Canada as nobody knew she was in a relationship let alone, getting married. The first time mum, who is currently in Canada studying
Olakunle Churchill, who is Tonto Dikeh‘s enstranged husband, was one of the many celebrities who wished their children a happy children’s day. He shared a throwback photo of himself and his son, King Andre on Instagram to mark the special day.
In the spirit of Children’s day, Nigerian music legend, D’banj, who welcomed a son with his wife, Lineo Didi Kilgrow in United States, took to Instagram to share a photo of his son, wishing him a ‘happy children’s day’. The proud
Comedian and father of three, Basketmouth, took to his Instagram page to celebrate his kids, Jason, Janelle and Amy, on Children’s Day, May 27. The proud father shared this lovely photo collage of his bundles of joy and wrote ”Happy
In celebration of children’s day yesterday, Nollywood actress, Mercy Johnson-Okojie shared photos of her and her kids at their school. The occasion was their open day and the dutiful mama can be seen in some of the photos assessing their
Celebrity mum, Omotola Jalade Ekeinde shared a throwback photo of her children to celebrate Children’s Day. They are all so grown up now.