The appointment of an African woman, Catherine Samba-Panza to supervise the transition to democratic rule and stability in the Central African Republic (C.A.R) is indeed a welcome development. At least let us encourage African women politicians to see if they can better what our selfish men leaders have failed to achieve in Africa. Entry of women in African politics should be encouraged. We want more of this in African politics. – Amb. Perry Ndubuisi Idejiora-Kalu, IYC Policy Unit
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OGHENETESE GLOBAL RELEVANCE FOUNDATION EMBARKS ON A PROJECT IN NIGERIA
TAGGED//////...... SOUND EDUCATION CAMPAIGN 2014
THEME///////,,,,,,,, ROLL AWAY EXAMINATION MALPRACTICE
FEATURES/////.....EDUCATIONAL REORIENTATION SEMINARS, COMPETITIVE SYMPOSIUMS, TALKS, LEADERS REORIENTATION SUMMIT also called THE BENCHMARK. AND A HOST OF OTHER PACKAGES...
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2015 will be the year of hope.
2015 two big events will form the destinies of millions of people.
UN post 2015 agenda and climate meeting in Paris will guide into the future of the next generations.
Age of 17, young, hungry and with energy to reform. With only 17 years of life experience you could not with dignity declare knowledge above older generations. Leaders of the world , there are all kinds of them. Some with interest of creating wealth to a…Continue
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It has in many publications, both official from governments and non official from civil society bean confirmed that environmental respect and economic development goes hand in hand.
For instance while reading about the new directive of regulations of air pollution from the EU. In the case it is clearly said that no economic wealth could ever be achieved without a sustainable environment.
For civil citizens this special topic is absolutely necessary for every day living.…Continue
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