What type of development is this?

By Faith Abu Nigeria is blessed with both human and natural resources which are supposed to be used for the good of the masses,but the political class has not allowed this to happen .Our founding fathers believed that what Nigerians needed was good education which could engender development, but that dream has not been realised. […]Read More


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Health sector deserves better funding in Nigeria – Victoria

One of the leading advocates for better healthcare in  Nigeria, Victoria Akai Dare speaks to Green Savannah Diplomatic Cable on various issues; Excerpts Why have you consistently advocated for increased funding of the health sector in your country?  I have always had the passion to promote the improvement of human welfare. I believe that most […]Read More

UAAF Brochure 2017

Linking African Artists UCHE African Art Foundation is a non-profit organization that aims at linking young African artists and buyers in the Netherlands and Europe to offer these young artists a platform and better chance for using and keeping their talents. African Art Nigeria is bustling and developing, it now has the largest economy in […]Read More

Hard work secret of Baking- Nigerian Baker

‎ Olivia Ogwuegbu, a Computer Scientist turned caterer who lives in Port Harcourt, oil rich South-South Region of Nigeria is the Chief Executive Officer of LUSCIOUS CAKES /EVENTS . She organises and manages events,and runs trainings for beginners who want to make baking a profession.Olivia shares her experince with Green Savannah Diplomatic Cable Why did […]Read More

Ebola again? By Akinyinka Akinyoade PhD

In early May (2017), Ebola resurfaced, this time in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) where it was first reported in the mid-1970s. This also marked the eighth time it has been officially reported in that country. And like in previous situations, first casualties appear relatively insignificant in scale, just four deaths, which makes it […]Read More

La hora de la verdad with Oladunni Oyedele, Giroma. Spain

Global Warming La hora de la verdad a Spanish expression means moment of truth. Yes, the world today needs home truth than ever,particularly Africa where many countries are merely struggling to give their people better life. Every week, this column will try to awaken people globally on diverse issues. This week , I will be […]Read More


“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 the great man […]Read More

Queen Esther (Part 1) – By Ebere Nwankpa

It must have been a time of peace and prosperity. As relative as those terms almost always are for general application, King Ahasuerus in the third year of his reign contemplated no greater priority than an extravagant and extra-long exhibition of the riches of his kingdom. It’s protracted duration of one hundred and eighty days […]Read More

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