Between the man on the street hoping to get a lifeline and the professional in the office working to meet a deadline, politics is often a unifying topical issue where leadership is on continuous assessment… Read More »IAN KHAMA – Botswana’s ex-President and Unconventional African Leader
Passion and commitment are two words that can drive a man to his goal. For a woman, however, these words make her an exemplary role model. That is the story of Amina Jane Mohammed, the… Read More »Celebrating Amina J. Mohammed: A Woman Working For Humanity – By ’Dayo Adebayo
By Angela Oladipupo (BizzyBody NG) Battle of the Sounds (BOTS) is a music and art contest for and by residents of local communities, with the aim of promoting communal unity and youth development through music,… Read More »An Incredible Event in a Pandemic? Battle of the Sounds Season 2 – The Lockdown Edition
COVID-19: People now seamlessly access online supports for container shipment — David Ocholi, Regional Product Manager, Trade Lens, West Central Asia & Africa
There is no doubt that the COVID 19 has significantly and negatively impacted the global economy and since we are all likely to continue to live with the COVID 19 for a while, we have… Read More »COVID-19: People now seamlessly access online supports for container shipment — David Ocholi, Regional Product Manager, Trade Lens, West Central Asia & Africa
Slum2School Seeks Partnership to Support 10,000 More Children across Underserved Communities to join its Virtual Learning Program.
Having virtually connected 948 children from several slums & remote communities to tutors, mentors, guidance & counsellingspecialists, the newly launched Slum2School Virtual Learning Studio/Classrooms, the first of its kind in Nigeria & Africa, has sparked… Read More »Slum2School Seeks Partnership to Support 10,000 More Children across Underserved Communities to join its Virtual Learning Program.
The ongoing coronavirus outbreak has significantly affected growth in Sub-Saharan Africa (SSA). According to the World Bank, SSA is heading for a recession. The growth forecast in the region shows a sharp fall from 2019’s… Read More »Accelerating African Women’s Economic Participation By Wofai Ibiang
All roads led to Colliers row in London, where IA-Foundation held its inaugural black-tie fundraising dinner, held on Saturday 8th of February 2020. Just in time before the lockdown! The Foundation was founded by Mrs. Ibironke Adeagbo a renowned chartered accountant in the… Read More »IA- Foundation Inaugural Black-Tie Fundraising Dinner held in London on 8th February 2020
User-funded Public-Private Partnerships (PPPs) for Scaling up Federal Road Infrastructure in Nigeria By Wofai Ibiang
With the advent of falling oil prices and its enormous impact on the Nigerian economy, the Nigerian government must consider strategies to increase productivity in other sectors of the economy like agriculture. The majority of… Read More »User-funded Public-Private Partnerships (PPPs) for Scaling up Federal Road Infrastructure in Nigeria By Wofai Ibiang
Recovery and resilience were the central themes as the members of the World Tourism Organization’s Regional Commission for Africa (CAF) met for the 63rd time today. Reflecting the extraordinary circumstances, the meeting was held virtually, bringing together… Read More »AFRICAN DESTINATIONS MEET TO PLAN GROWTH AND SUSTAINABLE FUTURE FOR TOURISM
It is another month of March, and globally it is recognized as the women’s month and the theme of this year’s celebration –“Gender Equality” — is quite insightful and instructive. This means that the international… Read More »The Imperatives of Improving Women’s Health