Youths are Africa's future. what would you want current global leaders to invest in so that Africa's youth can achieve their potential.
The World Bank estimates that, on current trends, sub-Saharan Africa will meet the MDGs in 2147 Source: http://www.stephenleahy.net Africa is the only region in the world where poverty and hunger are on the increase. The number of undernourished Africans increased by one million a year from 2000 to 2002, though the proportion of people undernourished … Continue reading What Way Forward For Africa’s Agriculture?
We need to question how we reward value as a society. You cannot have so many billionaires and yet so much poverty and unemployment. What then have these billionaires created of value that serves to justify their wealth? Dr. Makanjuola, Resident Surgeon LUTH, Lagos, Nigeria image via mediafreedominternational.org The IMF, World Bank, … Continue reading The Myth of Trickle Down Economic Policies
The ineptitude of regional and multilateral organizations in resolving conflicts in member states and in protecting the rights of ordinary people globally has to end now. And this can be done if the member states look for sincere solutions Adebayo Alonge Solutions Ideator culled from yalibnan.com The conflicts in Mali and Syria have brought to … Continue reading MALI, SYRIA AND THE INEPTITUDE OF MULTILATERAL ORGANIZATIONS
The Boko Haram crisis is worsened by lack of collaboration among security agencies, by failure of government to deliver justice and immediate relief to victims and by failure in the gathering and deployment of intelligence to forestall attacks (paraphrased). Ambassador Othman Gamji Galtimari Chairman Presidential Committee on Security Challenges in the North-East Origin The … Continue reading Solving the Boko Haram Menace
No economy can grow when wages have to be so high so as to gain the trust of the workmen rather than risk them thieving away capitalist investments. Adebayo Alonge (Public Affairs Analyst) The right economic route is a mix of responsible government and free market without either of both human rights abuses and exploitation- … Continue reading The Right Economic Model For Nigeria (Ed. 2)
"The idle everywhere consume a great part of it( i.e. a nation's annual produce); and according to the different proportions in which it is annually divided between those two different orders of people( i.e. the industrious and idle) ,its ordinary or average value must either annually increase or diminish, or continue the same from one … Continue reading Solving Nigeria’s Unemployment Crisis