UN’s Amina Mohammed and Nigeria’s unsustainable nonsense
Lest we should continue in our culture of low expectation and celebration of mediocrity everywhere we go, let’s discuss an old story that can shape our tomorrow. Before we continue to leave everything to God as we often do instead of taking action.....
Nadine Ibrahim: I want to tell stories that can change the world
White pick-up truck drives slowly into a deserted plot of land on the edge of the forest. There are two men in the front seat and one is wearing a red and white scarf over his face only exposing his eyes.
Amina Mohammed sworn-in as UN Deputy Sec-Gen
Ms Amina Mohammed, the immediate past Minister of Environment, has been sworn-in as the fifth Deputy Secretary-General of the UN at the UN Headquarters in New York on Tuesday.
Amina Mohammed assumes duty at UN Tuesday
Ms Amina Mohammed, the immediate past Minister of Environment, will be sworn-in on Tuesday as the UN Deputy Secretary-General at the UN Headquarters in New York, the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) reports.
Nigeria plans Africa's first sovereign green bond
Acting President, Prof. Yemi Osinbajo on Thursday said that the Federal Government was making arrangements to inaugurate the first African Sovereign Green Bond to address climate change and environmental projects.
FEC approves $4b for Nigeria-Cameroon Link Bridge
The Federal Government has approved $3.9 billion (N12. 280 billion), sourced from the African Development Bank (ADB) for the construction of the Nigeria/Cameroon border link bridge at Ikot-Efiom in Cross River State.
Nigeria set to ratify Minamata Convention on Mercury
Speaking in Lagos, Minister of Environment, Amina Mohammed, who declared open and awareness workshop on the Minamata Convention on Mercury, organized by the Federal Ministry of Environment in...
FG begins contaminated soil centre in Rivers State
There was a sudden change of gear last week, which saw the Federal Government setting up an Integrated Contaminated Soil Management Centre, in Bori, Rivers State.