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Sun set by noon!….  Special tribute Ma’mi – Omo-Oba, Ezinne Okwukwe, Madam Motolani Adenuwesi Mercy Onyebeadi By Prof. Echefuna’ R G ONYEBEADI

Ma’mi, Omo-Oba Adenuwesi, Omo Daniel Openibo, Omo Laura Adekunbi Kester,  Iyà mi ówòn, na so u take waka go?!… Just like that?!! What a long walk in life into eternity?! What a long walk with you Ma’mi!?! So so long Ma’mi!!!.. Watching you pass away slowly in your last 7 …

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Harnessing Africa’s youth: Empowering the next generation through technology By Dr Nelson Aluya

Introduction: Africa, with its burgeoning young population, stands at a critical juncture in history. As the continent experiences an unprecedented demographic transition, it possesses a unique opportunity to invest in its teeming youth and leverage their potential as drivers of technological solutions. By doing so, Africa can address the multifaceted …

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The last of the Titans!: Omo-Oba, Ezinne Okwukwe, Motolani Adenuwesi Mercy Onyebeadi – nee Openibo ( June 05, 1937 – August 12, 2023) By Professor Echefuna’ R.G. ONYEBEADI

BIOGRAPHY   Our mother, Omo-Oba, Ezinne Okwukwe, Madam Motolani Adenuwesi Mercy Onyebeadi [nee OPENIBO], was a wonderful and very exceptional woman. Having crossed the various boundaries and diverse stations in life with all its trepidations, tribulations, trials, challenges, and triumphs; and, having survived them all till her last breath on earth, …

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Climate action: Tinubu’s government needs to correct course ahead of COP28 By Prof. Chukwumerije Okereke and Nnaemeka Oruh

The 78th session of the United Nations General Assembly (UNGA78) may have come and gone but the debates and the representations by the global leaders continue to shape the path to commitments and development. In his opening remark, the UN Secretary-General said, “action is what the world needs”. That, indeed, …

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Nigeria@63: Resolving diversity issues By Dakuku Peterside

The Economist Intelligence Unit 2009 ranked Nigeria in the world’s top five most diverse countries. It simultaneously ranked the country as the 45th of 47 countries sustaining national diversity. Diversity management and inclusiveness are essential and contentious issues in Nigeria today as it was in 1960. As acknowledged by President Tinubu in a recent foreign …

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