Son of Nigerian National Assembly Member; Abraham Badru, 26, Shot Dead In London

by Rachel Ogbu Abraham Badru, 26, son of Nigerian politician, Dolapo Badru, 62, a member of the Nigerian Assembly, was shot dead near his family’s home in Hackney on Sunday night at around 11 pm. Badru who previously worked as a sports development officer at Bristol City Council obtained a Masters degree in sports coaching […]

Smart Cities Global Technology & Investment Summit 2018 to take place in Algiers, Algeria June 27-28

Smart Cities Global Technology & Investment Summit 2018 has been announced to take place in Algiers, Algeria, on June 27-28, gathering international Government and Industry leaders to assess global and regional Smart City growth strategies with a special focus on Africa and Emerging Markets. The prestigious international event, which is under the Patronage of His Excellency, […]

Author Tola Okogwu Speaks About Her Writing Career As She Prepares To Release 3rd Book In The Series ‘Kechi’s Hair Goes Every Which Way’ This May

Tola Okogwu wants to become a Sunday Times bestseller and this British-Nigerian blogger and author of the ‘Daddy Do My Hair?’ book series for children might already be on her way there. Come May 2018, she will be launching her third book in the series ‘Kechi’s Hair Goes Every Which Way.’ In this interview with […]

Mahama, Amina Mohammed, Spanish Former Deputy PM, Saraki, converge in London for Commonwealth Africa Summit 2018

by Rachel Ogbu in London Climate change, youth political participation, economy, security, others, top agenda Immediate past President of Ghana, John D Mahama and Spanish Former Deputy Prime Minister María Teresa Fernández de la Vega, are among dignitaries confirmed to discuss Africa’s economic growth and Shared Prosperity of Commonwealth Member States from Africa at the […]

Q&A with Funke Adeniji: Pharmacist Turned Health Guru Exposes The Truth about Health

Interview by Rachel Ogbu Funke Adeniji is a woman on a mission to change the perception of healthy living within the African Caribbean Community in the UK. It is this mission that has led her to write her first book ‘The Truth About Health Exposed’ in which she hopes to inspire and empower people from […]

Mahama, Saraki, Yeda, Alakija & More to discuss unlocking Africa’s economic potential at Commonwealth Africa Summit 2018

 by Rachel Ogbu Commonwealth Africa Summit 2018- Unlocking Africa’s economic potential by increasing trade, collaboration and philanthropy within the Commonwealth will be at the forefront of conversations at next month’s Commonwealth Africa Summit in London. The Summit aims to spark new thinking on how to promote collective action, achieve shared prosperity and common good for Africans […]

Orange and OpenClassrooms have combined forces to train young Africans in digital technology

by Rachel Ogbu Orange and OpenClassrooms are pleased to announce the signing of a broad-based partnership to provide digital training in Africa. Several Orange subsidiaries in Africa are already working on the launch of training centres providing online courses via OpenClassrooms. To rise to the challenge of the digital revolution in Africa, students and teachers alike need […]

The Queen at London Fashion Week February 2018

by Rachel Ogbu Today, Her Majesty The Queen visited London Fashion Week 2018 to present the inaugural Queen Elizabeth II Award for British Design. Her Majesty was greeted upon arrival at London Fashion Week by Caroline Rush CBE, Chief Executive of the British Fashion Council (BFC). The Queen toured the Designer Showrooms to view the […]