Community mobilisation in combating desertification

By Mailes Zulu Muke Zambia is large, landlocked, resource-rich country with sparsely populated land in the center of Southern Africa. It shares its border with eight countries (Angola, Botswana, Democratic Republic of Congo, Malawi, Mozambique, Namibia, Tanzania, and Zimbabwe) that serve as an expanded market for its goods. Zambia’s population is small relative to the […]Read More

Ambassador Isola breaks gang of passport racketeers in London

By Sunday Oyinloye Nigerian High Commissioner to United Kingdom, Ambassador Sarafa Tunji  Isola has taken steps to address incessant allegations of corruption and other negative reports on the issuance of the Nigerian passport in London as well as restore the Mission’s credibility in the process. According to an official document obtained by Green Savannah Diplomatic […]Read More

How ISMPH is pushing EU funded UNESCO Spotlight Initiative in

  By Sunday Oyinloye International Society of Media in Public Health (ISMPH) has been pushing the European Union funded UNESCO Spotlight Initiative which aims at putting an end to Sexual and Gender Based Violence (SGBV)  in Nigeria’s higher institutions. The institutions being used as pilot project are the University of Lagos, University of Abuja and […]Read More

Why Nigerians should be worried about Climate Change – Onuigbo

National Assembly member, Hon. Sam Onuigbo trained in Finance, Accounting and Corporate Governance. He is a Fellow of the Institute of Chartered Secretaries and Administrators, London; Fellow, Nigerian Institute of Management – Chartered; Member, ASIS International, Virginia, USA and Patron, Nigerian Institute of Management, Umuahia Chapter. After over 17 years of unbroken and meritorious service […]Read More

Between man and animal

By Sunday Oyinloye “The faithful man has perished from the earth and there is no one upright among men. They all lie in wait for blood, every man hunts for his brother with a net that they may successfully do evil with both hands. The prince asks for gifts, the Judge seeks a bribe and […]Read More

Learning how to fail

By Zayithwa Fabiano Failure, missing the mark, making a mistake, getting it wrong, whichever way you describe it, is a part of life. It’s a part of the journey. Failure is viewed negatively. Failure is feared. Perhaps it’s because we don’t understand failure; perhaps we don’t know how to fail. I have been a victim […]Read More

Retirees of NIA debunks alarm story, pass vote of confidence

By Sunday Oyinloye Retired Directors of the National Intelligence Agency (NIA) and other retired staff have described as fake a report carried by Point Blank News suggesting nepotism in certain appointments made by the Director General of NIA, Ahmed Rufai Abubakar The retirees expressed implicit confidence in the Director General of the Agency The online […]Read More