Malawi has one of the finest festivals in Africa –

Winnie Adorha Tione is a young Malawian entrepreneur. She holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Agri-Business Management from Lilongwe University of Agriculture and Natural Resources, Malawi. In 2016, Winnie ventured into events planning when she worked with Nthanda Artworks as an Events Coordinator for a period of one year. Winnie later established WAT Events […]Read More

I believe I can own an entire city of farms

Ghana-born Quayson Christiana, 29 year is into vegetable farming. The Co-founder of Mensarco Farms, Ayikuma, Dodowa, attended Ghana Communication Technology University Tesano, Accra where she studied Information Technology. Christiana worked as a website developer for two years and also worked with the government for a year before she opted for farming. She partners with Michael […]Read More

Malnutrition: Curse of Nigerian children

By Sunday Oyinloye For a Nutritionist, Daniel Ayoade , Nigerian children have no business with hunger or malnutrition because of the  abundant natural and human resources as well as arable and  fertile lands that dot  most parts  of the country.  Unfortunately, the opposite is the situation   Nigerian children find themselves today.  Not only are they […]Read More

Ghana has no regards for Nigeria – NUTAG President

Nigerian traders living in Ghana have been facing difficult times in recent times because of the activities of Ghanaian traders and the government that appear bent on frustrating them. Unfortunately, Nigerian government has done little to prove that the country is truly the giant of Africa with the way Ghana has treated the most populous […]Read More

Stakeholders, health experts want more media and government attention for

By Sunday Oyinloye Against the background of the danger malnutrition poses to public health in Nigeria, International Society of Media in Public Health (ISMPH) in collaboration with Severe Acute Malnutrition (SAM) Advocacy partners – Aisha Buhari Foundation (ABF), Civil Society Legislative Advocacy Centre (CISLAC), Network for Health, Equity and Development (NHED) held a virtual media […]Read More

My big dream for the fashion industry in Senegal –

Fatima Zahra Ba is a Senegalese designer, entrepreneur and promoter of local craftsmanship and African culture. She is the founder of So’Fatoo, a brand through which she works to develop authentic traditional-modern fashion, made in Africa. She holds a Bachelor in Public Law from Moulay Ismael University and a Master in International Relations from Mohamed […]Read More

We are revealing the secrets behind the lovely skins of

There is nothing as good as perseverance and hard work.  This is the lesson the story of   Muna Magan, Founder/ Chief Executive Officer of Riyan Organic   has taught the world. She travelled to Sweden as a refugee child, broke barriers and ensured she got herself university education and later became the manufacturer of the popular […]Read More

NBC code and the non-exclusivity provision

We have watched and listened with utter bemusement the various and varied interpretations of the Federal Government’s assertion and implementation of a provision that has been part and parcel of the Nigeria’s Broadcasting Code for many editions of its amendments – the NON-EXCLUSIVITY of contents especially International Sporting content. Article 6.2.5 provides ‘To ensure fair […]Read More