Why People Should Not Refer To Amina Muhammed as "Minister of Dustbin"
Prior to her UN appointment as the Deputy Secretary General, Amina Muhammed was formerly the Minister of Environment in Nigeria under the administration of President Muhammadu Buhari. This title upon appointment sparked a lot controversy amongst the indigenes of her state, Gombe. In their trending words which she disclosed while speaking at the International Monetary…
UN deputy chief regrets girls’ grooming as suicide bombers
UN deputy Secretary-General Amina Mohammed has decried the use of young girls by Boko Haram terrorists as suicide bombers.Mohammed spoke in Bol, Chad, after talking to Halima Adam, one of the girls groomed for suicide mission, but now fighting back against the extremists in the Lake Chad basin.
FG mulls cheaper solution to recharge drying Lake Chad
The Federal Government may be considering cheaper options to recharge Lake Chad Basin other than the initial plan of transferring water from River Congo to the Basin.
‘Amina Mohammed not under probe over rosewood exports’
The role played by former Minister, now Deputy Secretary General of the United Nations, Mrs. Amina Mohammed in wood export racketeering to China became a subject of controversy when the Federal Ministry of Environment defended her actions...
A shortlist for fix-Nigeria 2019 - Part 2
As it was once predicted on this platform, the honeymoon is now effectively over. And the truth that was kept in a grave is coming out. It was once noted here too that you can keep truth in a grave, but it won’t stay there.
Amina Mohammed urges older Nigerians to pave way for youth
Mohammed stated this at a Cultural Night organised by Nigerians working at the United Nations System and urged older Nigerians to stop competing with the younger ones for employment opportunities.
UN calls for more global commitment to SDGs
UN Deputy Secretary-General Amina Mohammed has called for escalated efforts by Nations for the implementation of the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) to ensure that the 2030 deadline is met.
‘Value of water must be better understood’
Over 3,200 participants from 133 countries attended several hundred sessions, shared experiences, and discussed solutions to the world’s most critical water challenges.