PETAN to Support Nigeria’s Oil and Gas Sector Growth

Emphasizes commitment to sustainable partnership with Association of Energy Correspondents of Nigeria (NAEC)   The Petroleum Technology Association of Nigeria (PETAN) has promised to support the efforts of the Bola Tinubu-led administration toward increasing Nigeria’s oil and gas production for…

A Century of Impact: Total Energies Celebrates

TotalEnergies celebrates 100th anniversary Reflects on Establishment and Impact   TotalEnergies, alongside it’s over 100,000 employees in 120 countries worldwide, are over the moon, pleased and proud to celebrate the 100th anniversary of the Company’s creation. TotalEnergies’ 100-year history tells…

Sex-for-airplay: Floxy speaks on quitting music, why fewer ladies last in industry

Singer Chinwendu Florence Izuchukwu popularly known as Floxy has said that sexual harassment is the reason fewer ladies are doing music in Nigeria. She recalled being asked for sex each time she took her song to a radio station, adding…

Prince Israel Orekha: Profile of a Climate and Justice Activist

By Chinedu Nsofor   Prince Orekha is a prominent figure in empowering marginalized communities, particularly in Nigeria’s Niger Delta region, with over eight years of dedicated experience in environmental and climate justice advocacy. He is a dedicated local community activist,…

Ekwueme Varsity, World Resources Institute, to Present Report on Implications of Oil & Gas Transition on Nigerian Economy

By Elochukwu Anieze   The Centre for Climate Change and Development (CCCD) at Alex Ekwueme Federal University, in collaboration with the World Resources Institute (WRI) in Washington, DC, is holding an online event to present key findings from recent national…

Energy Correspondents elect New Executives

To pilot the affairs of the association for the next two years. New Executives pledge to ensure greater industry insight   Ugochukwu Amadi, Energy Correspondent of the Champion Newspapers has emerged as Chairman of the Association of Energy Correspondents of…

Nigerians urged to produce indigenous cartoons to teach children mother tongue, cultures

Prof. Chinedu Nebo, Former Vice-Chancellor, University of Nigeria Nsukka, has called for the production of indigenous cartoons to teach children their mother tongues and cultures. Nebo made the call at the inauguration of the committees to develop Igbo Science, Technology,…

Teaching science, maths in indigenous language will advance Nigeria scientifically – OCHIE Igbo

An Igbo group, Odinala Cultural Heritage Foundation (OCHIE Igbo), says that teaching science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) using the mother tongue will advance Nigeria scientifically and technologically. Mr Okoro Chinedum, Executive Director, OCHIE Igbo STEM school, made the ascertion…

Mrs Soludo urges women to get involved, politics not only-men affair

Wife of the Anambra State Governor, Dr Nonye Soludo has urged women to get involved in politics to change the dynamics and achieve democratic governance in the country. Soludo made the call in Awka when she hosted female health workers…

IWD2024: IAEA Hosts Event With Over 400 Female Nuclear Experts

The International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) works to address the underrepresentation of women in the nuclear field through the IAEA Marie Sklodowska-Curie Fellowship Programme (MSCFP) and the Lise Meitner Programme (LMP). By enabling more women to enter and pursue careers…

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