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The Academy- NGOConnect Day by Dean Initiatives Hosts and Honours Development Workers in Abuja

We are constantly on the look out for Africans involved in any form of development; we celebrate, encourage, support and work with them to do more. Here is NGOConnect, a coalition of different development organisation coming together to learn, improve skills and network.

Senator Omisore, a development Icon To Be Honoured By The Institution Of Safety Engineers

The Nigerian Institution of Safety Engineers (NISE), an arm of the Nigerian Society of Engineers, will on Thursday, November 9, 2017 confer the former Deputy Governor of Osun State, Senator Iyiola Omisore, with its Award of Fellowship for his consistent promotion and vital support of the practice of engineering safety in Nigeria.
The Award will be presented during the opening ceremony of the conference of the Institution scheduled to hold at Eko Hotel and Suites, Victoria Island, Lagos. In a letter signed by the National Chairman, Mr. Abiodun Oyedepo, the Institution stated that it examines individuals and organizations who have consistently demonstrated leadership role in making safety a priority in their organizations and in society. Individuals that are honored with this fellowship awards are carefully selected, so as to acknowledge and encourage them for their achievements.

African Women in Leadership Organsation holds AWLO Induction 2017

A ROOM FULL OF LEADERS…
African Women in Leadership Organisation holds AWLO Induction 2017: Awards, Dinner, Keynote Addresses, Leadership Workshop, and others. African Women in Leadership Organisation is the foremost organization for female leaders of African descent; for changing the narrative & building capacity of African Women in Leadership, High Level Networking, and Social Impact.

In 2009, African Women in Leadership Organisation started out as the West African Women in Leadership Conference, but it’s impact has expanded to over 8 African Countries. It is also a registered 501(c) organization under the federal laws of the United States of America, officially listed with the United Nations Global Compact and currently springing in the United Kingdom.
Since starting it has gained recognition from the United States Government, United Nations, Governments of African Nations.

HIVE Africa Global Leadership Program 2.0 Lagos In Pictures

Women Empowerment Is Illusionary - Emeka Nobis

I just read that my friend Emeka Nobis will be speaking at the Women in Leadership Conference and if you are in Lagos, you need to atend.
He is sharing on something so close to my mind and the reason I am committed to advocating for male Empowerment.
Because Men are not the enemies of women and the clamour for women empowerment with a mindset of 'men are evil' is really counter-productive and I believe really  an illusion like Emeka Said.

I Lost My Only Surviving Grandparent - Mama Ukachi Opara

It is the end of an era! I lost my only surviving grandparent few days ago and as we mourn and celebrate her, it calls deep memories to my mind.


The only mama that always welcomes us home with vegetable soup and is always by her fire side making food and taking care of us all. Even when old age took a more weakening toll on her health, she has been the rallying point for us all- the reason we all get home. There's something about mothers, especially grandmothers that spells H.O.M.E

Prof Chris Imafidon, Helen Grant MP, Alero Ayida-Otobo, Alex Agara, Prof. Kamil Omoteso, other Education stakeholders hosted at “The Nigerian Child; The Genuis Conference by Africa House London and AreteCopious

The Education sector in Nigeria has been in dire need that demands a kind of ‘state of emergency’ on it. Most recently, it has become even more obvious that both teacher education, learning outcomes, curriculum review and implementation resulting in the high rate of employability is a bad omen for a country in desperate need for diversification and prosperity.
It is with this in mind that the Africa House London, a trade exchange and relation organisation working in collaboration with AreteCopious Ltd hosted an education summit tagged “ The Nigerian Child, the Genius” in Abuja on Tuesday.

The Nigerian Child; The Genuis Event in Abuja

In Abuja, the Africa House London and Arete Copious Consulting with several stakeholders convened "The Nigerian Child, The Genius" Conference.


The event was inspired against the backdrop of belief that the Nigerian economy can be diversified through innovation and enterprise thus a critical look at the education sector and mode of delivery is essential especially at the primary and secondary stages of formal schooling.
The speakers provided invaluable insight and offered alliance opportunities to policy makers, school owners, teachers and parents and management of orphanages who were in attendance from across Nigeria and the world.

Tourism Development: Jubilian Ngaruwa Travels 7 Nigerian Cities in 14 Days by Train

7 Cities in 14 days and all by Train! - Jubilian Ngaruwa, a Nigerian Travel Documentary Content Creator, Shares her Exciting Travel Adventure
Jubilian Ngaruwa (JubiTrip), in this exclusive interview with Jumia Travel Nigeria, talks about her exciting adventure across seven cities in the country in 14 days by train. She shares some details of the trip, talks about some of her fun and challenging experiences and eventually, based on her adventure, gives some sound advice to the government and other travelers or travelers on tourism in Nigeria. Enjoy!
Please tell us a little about yourself, your name and what inspired you to become a Travel Documentary Content Creator? My name is Jubilian Ngaruwa. I am from Delta state. I am a travel writer who loves the creative world, loves to travel and tell stories. In 2015, I started writing for Hangout Nigeria. I would visit places and write reviews about them;