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Diezani Alison-Madueke: What An Appetite

From time immemorial, precious metals – gold, silver and sparkling stones such as diamonds have delighted women. Relationships have been built and destroyed, wars fought for and reconciliations cemented with gold and precious stones. Not too far back in history, Liberia was the theatre of war over Blood Diamonds. Unlike ...

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There is nothing new under the sun, goes a popular saying. In fact, the more things seem to change, the more they appear the same. From time immemorial, some people have spoken evil of leadership, cast aspersions on them, and generally portrayed themselves as scum of the earth. No matter ...

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A Hard Superhighway To Travel By Nnimmo Bassey

The Superhighway project has been controversial from the day it was first announced publicly for many reasons. First, it was routed without regard to the negative impacts it would have on the Cross River National Park (CRNP) and a number of community forests in its path. The path chosen initially ...

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World Environment Day: What Nature Has Connected By Nnimmo Bassey

The theme of this year’s World Environment Day, Connecting People to Nature, could not have been more apt, considering that humankind has lost the vital connections that make us conscious of our being a part of a community of beings on Earth. Today we want to particularly look at the ...

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The United States’ Shameful Decision to Withdraw From the Paris Climate Agreement

By Nnimmo Bassey, Chair of the Board of Directors, Global Greengrants Fund and Terry Odendahl, President & CEO We are outraged by Donald Trump’s shameful and immoral decision to withdraw from the Paris Climate Agreement. This assault on the rights of people and nature to exist is steered by greed ...

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GM Food And Nigerian Promoters By MARIANN BASSEY-OROVWUJE

I read with amusement the off-the-wall allegations against the anti- GMO activists in a write up posted on News Express, amongst other allegations that we “supported the cancellation of permits granted to Monsanto…” Read here. For GMO Promoters’ benefit, we restate our stand that the so-called permit issued to Monsanto ...

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The need for public consultation and participation in the approval processes of applications that directly affect the people’s health and wellbeing cannot be overstressed. Many issues surround the matter of our food and agricultural modern biotechnology that require clarifications and in-depth interrogations. It is to this end that the Health ...

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The Inebriate Gyrations Of An Inchoate Regime; By Jaye Gaskia

Isn’t it amazing that nearly two years, that is half way, into the life of this current regime; that more than two years after the historic elections that brought the new regime into office and elevated the hitherto opposition party into a governing party, we are still bogged down by ...

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A Friend Of The Earth by NengiI Ilagha

I FIRST met with Oronto Douglas on the opinion pages of The Guardian, and was struck by the simple musical notes in his name. By the time I read his script, I knew I would read another, more than that. I knew in my heart that this man would be ...

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Dino Melaye: The Making Of a brand – Reuben Abati

It is a sign of the times, and a tragedy that the most popular Senator in the Nigerian National Assembly at this moment is not the person who has moved the most impactful motion, not a lawmaker who has proposed a thought-provoking bill, and certainly not any Senator who has ...

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