The organization noted that there was no doubt that the aim of the policy was steadily being achieved with the involvement of Nigerians.
The anti-human trafficking ambassadors include, actor and legal practitioner Kenneth Okonkwo, football star John Fashanu, journalist and author, Chido Onumah, popular media personality, Rachel Bakam, and anti-sex trafficking advocate, Esther Ekanem.
The African Centre for Media & Information Literacy, AFRICMIL, has launched a civil society whistle blower project named Corruption Anonymous which aims to create public confidence and acceptance of the new Whistle-Blower Initiative of the Nigerian government.
By Chido Onumah One of the highlights of the year that has just ended was the release from a British jail of one of Nigeria’s most notorious politically exposed persons…
Since the public presentation of the book We Are All Biafrans and the intervention of a former vice president of Nigeria, Atiku Abubakar, who chaired the event and delivered a speech titled “Restructuring for Nigeria’s national unity” – a speech I recommend to everyone interested in the unity and survival of Nigeria – the issue of restructuring Nigeria and negotiating its unity has once again taken the centre stage of national discourse.
Edwin Ikechukwu Madunagu was born on May 15, 1946, in Ilesha, in present Osun State. He attended Obokun High School, Ilesha, and later studied mathematics at the universities of Ibadan and Lagos. He taught mathematics at the universities of Lagos and Calabar before he and other radical lecturers were sacked in the late 70s by the egotistic military dictator, Gen. Olusegun Obasanjo, for teaching what they were not paid to teach.
By Chido Onumah In a country where the value of human life is not worth more than that of a fly at a butcher’s shop; where misery is a constant…