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Why we support Atiku/Obi Ticket – Lecturers, students

Lecturers from Universities in Nigeria, particularly South-East and South-South yesterday agreed to work for the candidate of Peoples Democratic Party, (PDP), Alhaji Atiku Abubakar and his running mate, former Governor Peter Obi in the 2019 Presidential Election.

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The lecturers under the aegis of Academic Democrats took the decision yesterday after an extensive meeting in Awka where they examined the manifestoes of the major candidates. They said the contents of Atiku and Obi joint ticket showed that there was hope for Nigeria, if they were elected.
The meeting agreed that the joint ticket of Atiku and Obi would serve the country better in actualizing restructuring, good governance and better life for its citizens. The said they would follow up the meeting of today with sensitization tour of various states in the country particularly South-East and South-South to meet other academics to enable them join forces together to ensure victory for Atiku and Obi in 2019 general elections.

Speakers including the Academic Democrats convener, Dr Chinedu Onyeizugbe , Prof Chinyere Stella Okunna, Prof Uche Nwogwugwu, Prof Emenike Obi and Prof Frank-Collins Okafor, among others, who buttressed the need why academics should support the aspiration of Atiku and Obi in 2019, agreed to embark on advocacy for the candidature of Atiku and Obi in order to ensure Nigeria is restructured to give room for democratic legacies currently lacking in the state.
Similarly, Students in the South-East under the aegis of Student Community Voters (SCV) South-East yesterday endorsed the nomination of former Governor Peter Obi as the running mate of the People’s Democratic Party (PDP) presidential candidate, Alhaji Atiku Abubakar. Their endorsement was contained in a statement signed by Right Hon Ezeukwu Christopher Formula, Chairman Student Community Voters , SCV and Speaker, Students Representative Council (SRC) , Nnamdi Azikiwe University, Awka , Anambra state and Comrade Chimezie Fortunatus Izuchukwu, Secretary Student Community Voters and President Students Union Government University of Nigeria, Nsukka , Enugu State.
The students, while commending Atiku for nominating Peter Obi as his running mate said Obi was eminently qualified and had the solidarity of youths across the nation, particularly the students who he had won their hearts.
They described the choice of Obi by Atiku as demonstration of “political sagacity.” Their words: “In the same vein, we laud the exercise, the leadership and members for their political sagacity on the choice of Peter Obi, a resourceful personality.
Chief Peter Obi’s leadership qualities has endeared him to many particularly, the voting youth population , students inclusive across Nigeria. Obi’s managerial skill is not in doubt as he is an expert in fund and human management.”
Further, they said of Obi; “He is as well a public friendly politician whose humility in and out of office was rated awesome. Obi has so many things to offer Nigeria , and at the same time he is energetic, charismatic, dynamic, amiable , transparent, accountable , fair, credible and a trusted man of the people. These and many more are reasons why the character and personality of the man called Peter Obi stood him out as the VP for Nigeria to be greater.”

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The Voice Achievers Award, The Netherlands, Releases List Of 2018 Awardees

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Almere, The Netherlands - 27th August 2018 – The Voice Magazine, the organizers of The Voice Achievers Award has released the official list of the 2018 winners as part of activities to mark the Magazine's 19th year anniversary. The Award is an appreciation of individuals, organizations and professionals that have made exceptional contribution towards the advancement of Africa and her people in various fields of human endeavour. This year's list contain multi-facial recipients drawn from around the world.
The awardees will be recognized on November 23rd at the annual "The Voice Achievers Award" holding in Amsterdam, The Netherlands. Preparations are underway to celebrate the winners at African's most elegant ceremony in Amsterdam, The Netherlands.
It is a two-day event commencing from 22nd of November with a round table discussion/business networking on the theme: “Reinventing the future of Africa now”. A panel of discussants will interrogate this subject in an interactive session with the audience. There will be an exhibition of goods and services across the hall, thereby creating a window for the exposition of your goods and services. This is a strategic opportunity to promote your businesses and services to a unique audience.
The 2018 Award Committee, rigorously and meticulously chose from a pool of prominent nominees for their notable accomplishments in various fields of human endeavour - businesses and service to humanity.
As it is in our tradition, the unblemished and conscientious work of our Award Committee bears its testament to these wonderful set of awardees for 2018.
Below is a complete list of 2018 Awardees.
(1) Governor Godwin Obaseki, (Nigeria)
(2) Arabinrin Betty Anyanwu-Akeredolu (Nigeria)
(3) Dr. Osahon Enabulele (Nigeria)
(4) Miatta Fahnbulleh (USA/Liberia)
(5) George Wachiuri (Kenya)
(6) Gloria Jones (USA/Sierra Leone)
(7) Patti Boulaye, OBE (United Kingdom)
(8) Eyo Bassey (Nigeria)
(9) Emeka Okonkwo (E-money) (Nigeria)
(10) Her Excellency, Ambassador Vestine Nahimana (Burundi)
(11) Princess Tokunbo Adenike Ajayi (Nigeria)
(12) John Bunyeshuli (Rwanda)
(13) Pastor Chuks Anizor (Nigeria)
(14) Margaret Anizor (Nigeria)
(15) Terabel Marini (Cameroon/Italy)
(16) Don Ceder (The Netherlands)
(17) Abada Iwuchukwu (The Netherlands/Nigeria)
(18) Patrick Ngambi (Cameroon)
(19) Ambassador Charles Onyebuchi Onyieke (Nigeria/Germany)
(20) Funke Oshonaike (Nigeria/Germany)
(21) Owuor Jakano (DJ) (Kenya)
(22) Tony Airhenbuwa (Germany)
(23) Uche Nwatarali (Nigeria/The Netherlands)
(24) Christine Among (Uganda)
(25) Sunday Eromosele (United Kingdom)
(26) Mary Tataw (Cameroon)
(27) Princess Tina Amuziam (Nigeria)
(28) Joy Zenz (Germany)
(29) De Cardinals International Friends Club (The Netherlands)
(30) Assumpta Gahutu (Angola)
(31) Eve Pamba (France)
(32) Dr. Angela Okemena Unufe-Kennedy (United Kingdom)
(33) Gideon Boateng (Belgium/Ghana)
(34) Lilian Ogechi Esoro (Nigeria)
(35) Shan George (Nigeria)
(36) Hon. Osaze Osemwegie-Ero (Nigeria)
(37) Iwan Wilfred Leeuwin (Surinam)
(38) Dennis de Almeida (Ghana)
(39) David Smith (United Kingdom)
(40) Prince Afolabi Obasuyi (Nigeria)
(41) Muzaffer Kosan (Turkey)
(42) Shirley Ogechi Igwe (Nigeria)
The Voice magazine has been a trusted media name for almost two decades, communicating news, events, promoting businesses and connecting consumers to top-rated services across the Diaspora. We provides unique media tools and support business activities to improve the local service experience for both clients and consumers.
“The award honours top on the ladder of success stories and recognizes upcoming individuals whose ambition is to make it to the top. It is a blend of the young and the older generation to share experiences and exchange ideas and network for future advancement of their services.
The Publisher and Chairman of The Editorial Board of The Voice Magazine, The Netherlands, Elvis Iruh, sums it up: “It is our belief that the Award winners will continue to have significant effect on the advancement of Africa and her people. Through the support of their businesses, hard work, social activities, philanthropy, service to humanity, academic and personal development skills, we are simply encouraging you to continue the good work because one day you will be publicly appreciated and acknowledged. It is our obligation to empower and inspire the younger generation coming behind to improve the life experiences of others through their career and other works”.
The Voice Achievers Award will host 'a dress to impress' Award Gala Evening at De Koning Party & Event center, Amsterdam. The event will showcase the awardees and celebrate their success stories.
For more information & Media Contact: The Voice media department
Elvis Iruh: +31648519292
Abeka Salmin Abdallah: +31629340503
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Former United Nations Secretary-General, Kofi Annan is reported dead.

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Reports reaching us has confirmed that former Secretary General of United Nations, Mr. Kofi Annan passed away earlier hours of today at his home in Switzerland after a short illness.
He was 80 years old.

Kofi Atta Annan would be remembered as serving meritorious as Secretary General of United Nations and on steeping down, he has been involved in resolving several conflicts around the world alongside running the Kofi Annan Foundation.
Details would be published on his life and death.

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How not to fall victim to human traffickers – MEPN advises youths

A Nigerian diaspora initiative has called on those planning to migrate to seek independent information so that they do not fall easy prey to the deceit of human traffickers.

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The Germany-based Migration Enlightenment Project Nigeria (MEPN), in a statement issued to mark this year’s World Day against Trafficking in Persons, said irregular migration was being driven by people smugglers who employ lies to deceive would-be emigrants.

Quoting figures released by the UN’s International Organization for Migration on 19 July, the statement signed by Kenneth Gbandi and Femi Awoniyi, said more than 1,443 persons had died in the Mediterranean so far this year, “and this is not counting those who may have lost their lives crossing the Sahara Desert or in Libya”.

The MEPN pointed out that despite the commendable efforts of the federal government to evacuate stranded Nigerians in Libya, thousands are still trapped in the transit countries being not able to continue their journey to Europe. “Many are subjected to forced labour and sexual exploitation and most are exposed to serious human rights abuses.”

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The Voice Publisher and 99 others inducted into Nigeria Diaspora Global Hall of Fame in London

Under the leadership of Honorable Kenneth Gbandi, the chairman of Nigerian in Diaspora Organisation Europe it organized its first Global diaspora conference which was held in London from 26th to 28th July 2018. The conference was a huge success beyond the expectation of the organizers as over 200 delegates from across Europe - Germany, Italy, Switzerland, Austria, Portugal, The Netherlands, Ukraine, Russia and many other countries including the host, United Kingdom.
The three days conference addressed several issues affecting the country and its citizens particularly those in the Diaspora like voting right, registration for the National Identification card, investment and engagement in the affairs of the country. Recommendations were also made which is expected to be implemented by the Federal Government of Nigeria.

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Mr. Femi Ikutiyinu, London Editor represented Pastor Elvis Iruh

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The climax of the conference was the recognition accorded Nigerians both at home and abroad for the first time for their modest contributions towards the advancement of the course of NIDOE Europe and Nigeria. For the first time, 100 Nigerians were were inducted into the Nigerian Diaspora Global Hall of Fame on Saturday, 28 July 2018.
Among those inducted into the Hall of Fame was our Publisher and Editor-in Chief, Pastor Ndubuisi Elvis Iruh, a seasoned journalist, he was ably represented at the occasion by his London Editor, Mr. Femi Ikutiyinu. On the list includes Dr John George, entrepreneur and founder of Rotex Group (Ukraine/Nigeria); Dr Alistair Soyode, Founder of BEN TV London; Prof Brando Okolo, Engineer and University Researcher (Germany); Barrister Samuel Adewusi (USA); Chief Bimbo Roberts Folayan (UK); Prof Adetunji Adeleke (USA); Pastor Ibrahim Abarshi, Development and migration expert (The Netherlands); Engr. Oluyemi Ogundele of the UN’s International Atomic Energy Agency, Vienna (Austria); Femi Awoniyi, publisher of The African Courier (Germany), Dr Bashir Obasekola (Russia), Dr Dayo Olomu (UK); Dr Rosalyn Dressmann, CEO of AfricanTide Union, a social enterprise (Germany); Hon. Colins Nweke, Politician (Belgium); Dr Lawrence Nweke (Italy), Mrs Esther Onelemenmen (Ireland); Prof Charles Nwoko (Finland); and Engr. Oluwole Ajala (France), Tony Tokunbo Eteka Fernandez (UK) among others.
Other inductees into the Hall of Fame included the former President of NIDO Germany chapter, Kenneth Alaekwe who was post-humously inducted into the Hall of fame as well. A minute silence was observed in memory of the former president who passed on 17 February at the age of 55.

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President Buhari meets with Nigerian Embassy staff, concludes successful visit to The Netherlands

President Muhammadu Buhari Wednesday concluded a successful Official Visit to the Netherlands, meeting with Nigerian Embassy staff, before departing for home.

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At a meeting with the embassy staff and their families, the President  thanked them for being worthy ambassadors.   

While in the Netherlands, on Tuesday, July 17, 2018, President Buhari had delivered the keynote address at the 20th anniversary of the Rome Statute of the International Criminal Court, where he canvassed support for ICC with jurisdiction over serious cases of corruption and illicit financial flows by state actors.

The President used the occasion of his speech at the Solemn Hearing to commemorate the 20th anniversary of the Rome Statute of the ICC, to assure the international community of a free, fair and peaceful 2019 general elections in Nigeria.

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Buhari Commends Quality of Nigerian Professionals in Netherlands

President Muhammadu Buhari has commended Nigerian professionals in the Netherlands for representing the country well and for always being in touch with their motherland.

He said this on Monday when he met with members of Nigerians in Diaspora Organisation (NIDO), the Netherlands chapter.

“I am pleased with the quality of people I am seeing. You are high-quality people. Congratulations on your personal achievements,” the President said in a statement by his Special Adviser on Media and Publicity, Mr Femi Adesina.

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President Buhari, who met with the group on the sidelines of his official visit to The Hague, said he was quite pleased with their intellectual and professional achievements.

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President Muhammadu Buhari will on Sunday,July 15, 2018, depart for the Netherlands to participate in activities to commemorate the 20th anniversary of the adoption of the Rome Statute of the International Criminal Court (ICC), at The Hague.

President Buhari is the only world leader invited to deliver a keynote address during the Solemn Hearing to commemorate the anniversary at Courtroom 1 of the ICC's Headquarters at The Hague. 

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In buttressing Nigeria's commitment as a member of the Assembly of States Parties to the Rome Statute of the ICC, the President, as the current anti-corruption champion for the African Union, will use the global platform to reaffirm Nigeria's support to the fundamental values of the Rome Statute and to the ideals of the ICC. He will also highlight his administration's campaign against corruption in Nigeria.

After the event at the Courtroom, the President will have a bilateral meeting with the ICC Prosecutor, Ms Fatou Bensouda. 

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Pre-enrolment of Nigerians in Europe /Diaspora in the National Identity Database Commences

In pursuant of its strategic objectives and core values, Nigerians in Diaspora Organization Europe (NIDOE) has finalized arrangements in collaboration with other Diaspora sister’s organizations to commence the pre-enrolment of Nigerians in Europe /Diaspora in the National Identity Database.

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The pre-enrolment is to ensure that all Diaspora Nigerians are well documented in the National Identity Management System of the Federal Government of Nigeria.

The National Identity Management Commission (NIMC) has the mandate to carry out the enrolment of citizens and legal residents as provided for in the Act establishing it, create and operate a National Identity Database, issue unique National Identification Numbers to qualified citizens and legal residents.

The Comptroller-General of the Nigeria Immigration Service, Mr Mohammed Babandede, announced in August 2017 that from 1 January 2018, anybody without a National Identification Number (NIN) issued by the NIMC would not be able to procure Nigerian passport. The condition applies to both first-time applicants and those renewing their expired passport.

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President Kenyatta, Raila resolve to work together and unite Kenyans

President Uhuru Kenyatta and Opposition leader Raila Odinga have resolved to work together to unite the country. Addressing the Press after they held talks at Harambee House, Nairobi, today, President Kenyatta and Mr Odinga said time has come for the country to stop allowing political differences to cause frictions and divisions.


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Police Officer Sidney Mutueel collects his achievers award

30th January 2018:– After much planning and arrangement, the Voice magazine publisher, Pastor Elvis Iruh accompanied by Ms. Ifeyinwa Ezeagabu where at the Police Academy in Apeldoorn where Police officer Sidney Mutueel received the Voice Achievers Award as African Diaspora community Award winner for his contribution in inspiring cordial relationship with the African communities in The Netherlands particularly in Amsterdam.


Officer Mutueel with his award & certificate.
In the presence of his colleagues which included Peter Gieling, Gerdo Elzinga and Maureen Bellmann, Police Officer Mutueel received his award.
According to him, he expressed his apology for not being able to attend the award ceremony in November of 2017. It was due to unforeseen circumstances in his family.Sidney 5

From left is Ms. Ifeyinwa, award winner, Sidney Mutueel, Pastor Iruh, Peter Gieling & Gerdo Elzinga. Photo by their colleague, Maureen Bellmann
In his words of appreciation, he said, "on behalf of the Dutch police force, I thank you and your team very much for this award and the trust you have in me. Thank you for being a partner with us in this mission of police/community relationship building. Thank you for being here with us at our office and that we as police, we are very proud of this award and we will continue the good job. Thank you very much again".
Pastor Elvis Iruh thank the police force for the good community work and the opportunity given for the Voice magazine team to visit their office to present the award. He also said the African community are proud of officer Mutueel and his colleagues for the good job they are doing with policing the community.

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Doctors of the World helps people without papers to the doctor

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You are sick, but you don’t have a health insurance. What can you do? You receive a high bill from the hospital, but you don’t have papers and no health insurance. What can you do? Many migrants in the Netherlands without a residence permit don’t know that they have the right to visit the doctor for a medical consult and that their safety is guaranteed.

Everyone is entitled to medical care, with or without papers, with or without an insurance, with or without money. Doctors of the World helps people without a residence permit to gain access to healthcare because we believe that everybody, regardless of their background, is entitled to physical and mental wellbeing.

How does Doctors of the World help people without a residence permit?

  1. Consultation hours in Amsterdam and The Hague

We help with healthcare-related questions, such as enrollment with a General Practitioner (‘huisarts”) or midwife. We will also contact other institutions when there are any problems in your way to healthcare.

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Justina Mutale named in UK's power list of most influential black people

Justina Mutale has been named in the 2018 Powerlist of the top 100 Most Influential Black People in the UK. The Powerlist recognises and celebrates 100 of Britain's most influential people of African, African Caribbean and African American heritage. Nominees are rated on their ability to change lives and alter events. Influential personalities previously listed on the Powerlist include Commonwealth Secretary-General, Patricia Scotland; former United Nations Under-Secretary-General for Humanitarian Affairs, Valerie Amos; and world-renowned Philanthropist, Mo Ibrahim.

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Connecting Africans through business is my goal - Laila El Atfani Rahhal

Laila El Atfani Rahhal is a business woman of Middle East/ North Africa origin resident in Dubai in United Arab Emirate. She is one of the awardees for the Voice Achievers Award 2017.
Not only is she being recognized for her involvement in promoting businesses in the Middle East but as well as in the African continent. She is also a goodwill Ambassador for many charitable organizations around the world for her humanity works.

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She is very versatile and with good communication skills in English, French, Spanish, Turks and Arabic fluently. She will be our gateway to many African/Arab businesses in the near future.
Having gone through copies of the Voice magazine, she has accepted a partnership deal with the Voice magazine to make the publication more visible to the Arab world which are very interested in doing business in and with Africa.

This partnership according to the Voice magazine publisher, Pastor Elvis Iruh is mutual for the development and prosperity of Africa. “Many times we have acted as if North Africa is not part of Africa but this is not true and that is what we are trying to correct with this new partnership deal with our friend and colleague, Laila El Atfani Rahhal.

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New Era of Nigeria-Belgium Relations

By Collins Nweke

Nigeria and Belgium have a 56 year diplomatic relations. When the new Ambassador of Nigeria to Belgium presents her Letters of Credence to His Majesty, Phillipe I, King of the Belgians today, Wednesday 13 September 2017, the relationship will witness a new era. Ambassador Nonye Udo will make history as the first female Ambassador of the Federal Republic of Nigeria to the Kingdom of Belgium. With this, one can say that Belgium has a lesson to learn from Nigeria on gender equality and gender balance because unless I am mistaken, no woman has ever had the opportunity to be appointed Ambassador of Belgium to Nigeria. For a change, Belgium is therefore welcome to play the catch-up here.

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Nigeria new Ambassador to Belgium, Her Excellency Nonye Udo with Belgian Ambassador to Nigeria in Abuja

That is on the lighter side. On a more serious note, Ambassador Nonye Udo was not sent by President Muhammadu Buhari to represent his Government in Belgium, with concurrent accreditation to the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg and the Mission to the European Union because he is desirous to making history. Far from it! The plain fact is that a seasoned diplomat who knows her onions was appointed on merit into one of the most strategic diplomatic posts for Nigeria. That seasoned diplomat simply happened to be a woman, one whose appointment made history!
That raises the curious question of what is Her Excellency’s story? Who is Nonye Udo? Those in the know of her person and career would, before anything else, describe her as “A fine Foreign Service Officer” Ambassador Nonye Udo is a career diplomat. Having served at different diplomatic posts worldwide including Nigeria’s Mission to the United Nations, was until her appointment the Director of the Department of International Organizations at the Abuja Headquarters of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Nigeria. The strategic nature of Brussels in the scheme of things in Nigeria’s global aspirations perhaps gives one a sense of why President Buhari made that decision to send unarguably the best to Belgium.
As I reflected on the shape of this new diplomatic era, the challenges that face the Nigeria-Belgium relations, but also the huge opportunities awaiting Nigeria and Belgium to explore, and in a funny way, what readily comes to mind was one of the trickiest media questions I’ve had to answer as Belgian of Nigerian origin. A cheeky journalist, bent on testing my loyalty or allegiance to these two countries that mean the world to me. This was on the occasion of a football match between Nigeria and Belgium. He went: which country do you favour to win this match – Belgium or Nigeria? I paused and looking him straight in the eyes and without thinking, I responded that the better team will win and whichever it is, it’s a WIN for me all the way. I am not sure, but walking away, the mischief-maker looked disappointed. He appeared not to have gotten the answer he wanted that would create certain kind of news sensation for him.
In a note I sent earlier today to the amiable Ambassador, I opined that beyond confirmation of her formal diplomatic accreditation as Nigeria’s Ambassador to the Kingdom of Belgium, I am sure that I will be expressing the sentiments held deep in the hearts of many Nigerians and Belgians with interests in both countries that her historic appointment as first female Ambassador could not have come at a better time. “You must have every reason to feel a great sense of honour to be head of mission in a country with which Nigeria has such a cordial, mutually beneficial, long-standing diplomatic relations dating back to 1961, and with which there are so many opportunities for collaboration across many fields of endeavour including trade and investment, manufacturing, agriculture, machinery, energy or power production and distribution, sports and culture, to name but a few” I said this with confidence because long before Her Excellency assumed office, the Belgium Luxembourg Nigeria Chamber of Commerce, a network of business people and players, Belgians and Nigerians, of which I have the privilege to serve on the Board as Director Business Development and a number of other groups and individuals, have been working to reinforce these ties, and to forge new alliances. My personal goal, which I am sure a significant number of peers share with me, is to set the ball rolling towards taking the Nigeria-Belgium bilateral relations a notch higher, outside the multilateral sphere. Contacts with our Belgian friends and associates do confirm their favorable disposition and readiness to enhance engagement with Nigeria. My immediate constituency of West Flanders boasts of the finest industries in pharmaceutical manufacturing, food and beverage as well as tourism and agriculture, exactly the sectors that Nigeria is impatient to delve into, since the future is no longer oil. When I close my eyes, these are the industries I see and wish to get business people from both sides talking business. The Embassy could be an omissible arranger and facilitator.
I also thought of my Nigerian-Guinean Diaspora friend that works as International Civil Servant at the European Commission who once called me a “dreamer” after listening to one of my TV calls for a better balance between bilateralism and indirect international development model where the civil society organisations and the NGO’s are more involved in development projects with a lessening of Government-to-Government traditional approach. I do hope to take this dream to our new lady in town in the coming months. Who knows, we might set the ball rolling gradually.

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All set for Nollywood Film Festival Germany and NEGA 2017

The counting and waiting is over, the Nollywood Film Festival Germany and NEGA 2017 taking place in Frankfurt, Germany picks off tomorrow 8th & 9th September and guests have started arriving in the city from various place around the world according to event organizers, Izoya Entertainment.

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According to the Director of this show, Cultural Ambassador Isaac Izoya, “Frankfurt is in festive mood already, all our part we are set to go, and our guests are beginning to arrive already in the city, more will arrive today and all through tomorrow. This is the biggest of the festival since we started and we are showcasing the movies of artistes in Europe with collaborations from Nigeria, Ghana and other parts of Africa” You have nothing to lose for coming but you have everything to lose if you don’t come, so don’t be told, join the train to Frankfurt says Mr. Izoya.

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For those attending, this is a preview of the NFFG & NEGA AWARDS PROGRAMS

17:30 prompt:
18:00; Premiere of - *"DIPLOMATIC STRINGS"*
Venue; Filmforum Höchst, Emmerich-Josef-Strasse 46A 65929 Frankfurt am Main

Date; *08/09/2017*
*DJ DON Jokolo & DJ Gaga*

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Nigeria’s boiling Point

Climate change is a subject matter that should be of concern to all nations in the world. Curiously, no country, big or small, is immune to the effects of climate change. Remarkably, despite the huge applause for the monumental Paris Agreement on climate change, the nation who ought to lead to achieve the objectives set out in it will be looked at. The effect of global warming will be huge in the future. However, this is already evident in many developing countries.

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