HOMEF’s Ecology School Interrogates New and Emerging Technologies in Africa

Currently, the world is struggling to address two major crises – food insecurity and climate change. To this end, various technological solutions have been proposed/implemented. Some of these technologies are being deployed in Africa without adequate regulatory procedures or risk…

June Climate Meetings Take Modest Steps Forward; Steep Mountain Still to Climb Ahead of COP29

The Bonn Climate Change Conference concluded today after two weeks of intensive work across a range of issues where progress is needed on the path to the UN Climate Change Conference (COP29) this November in Baku, Azerbaijan. “We’ve taken modest…

MEMAN targets enhanced operational safety in handling CNG; hosts competency workshop

The drive towards entrenching safety practices in CNG handling has taken centre stage as Major Energy Stakeholders yesterday, May 4, hosted a competency workshop on operational safety in handling of compressed natural gas (CNG). Under the umbrella of the Major…

NDDC Calls on Debts: Over $700m owed by IOCs

The Niger Delta Development Commission (NDDC) have urged International Oil Companies (IOCs) to pay the staggering debt of 700 million dollars that they owe the commission. The Managing Director of the commission, Dr Samuel Ogbuku made the appeal during a…

President Tinubu enjoins Leaders to defocus Abuja and concentrate on local communities

PRESIDENT TINUBU TO AREWA LEADERS: WHEN WE SEEK POWER, WE GO TO THE GRASSROOTS; WHEN IT IS TIME TO GOVERN, SUB-NATIONALS FOCUS ON ABUJA   ……President Bola Tinubu has appealed to state governments to prioritize the needs of local communities…

Nigeria was bleeding when we took over. We have stopped the bleeding: President Tinubu

President Bola Ahmed Tinubu has reiterated his administration’s stance to work towards ensuring the economic and societal rejuvenation of Nigeria. He made this pledge while addressing a delegation of Yoruba Leaders of Thought at a meeting, led by Prince Tajudeen…

Press freedom and aggravated hazards of journalism

By Paul Ejime   The more than 100 journalists and media workers killed as of 3rd May, 2024 in the ongoing Israel-Gaza conflict, ignited by Hamas’ unprecedented attack against Israel on 7th of October 2023, makes it the deadliest period for journalists…

German, France sign deal on developing future weapons system

By Carsten Hoffmann, dpa   The French and German defence ministers signed an agreement in Paris on Friday for a joint Franco-German led armaments project worth billions of euros, which includes the development of a next-generation main battle tank. German…

Anambra ready to take delivery of Malaria vaccine – says Commissioner

The Anambra State Government says it has put necessary facilities in place to be among the first states in Nigeria to receive the new R21/Matrix-Malaria vaccine. Dr Afam Obidike, state’s Commissioner for Health, made the disclosure at a news conference…

ABCON Mulls Harmonized Retail End Forex Market to Tackle Volatility, Boost Regulatory Compliance

The Association of Bureaux De Change Operators of Nigeria (ABCON) is working on establishing a unified retail end forex market operations to tackle volatility and boost regulatory compliance within the Bureaux De Change (BDC) sub-sector. ABCON President, Alhaji (Dr.) Aminu…

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