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On this episode I'll be speaking with
Bimbo Folayan (Chairman CANUK, Summit Director NDDIS)
David Smith (Chairman British African Business Alliance)
about the Nigerian Diasporan Direct Investment Summit, taking place in London on the 28th and 29th of June 2013
"On the 28th of June at Grand Hotel, come meet the Governors of Oyo, Kogi and Kaduna states, their commissioners and Trade Advisers (with their Small and Medium businesses and incentives), Ecobank and Stanbic Bank (with their newDiaspora offerings like mortgage and Business loans etc), Shell (and their Contract offerings for Nigerians in the Diaspora) as we bring Nigeria to interact with the UK Diaspora. Only serious minded investors and Entrepreneurs will be considered" -Bimbo Folayan (NDDIS)
Sunday, 2PM Eastern Time/11AM Pacific time
Nigeria, the "Giant of Africa" is a country with plentiful resources and a population of over 170 million people. Over the past few years, the country has witnessed a rise in poverty rates and a severe economic decline. Furthermore, the past few years have witnessed the rise of a vicious terrorist group known as “Boko Haram” that has killed at least 1,600 Nigerian civilians since 2009.
Brandon Parsons and Sana Amin will be discussing the rise of Boko Haram and the decline of the security and economic conditions in Nigeria, linking this to the struggle over the country’s oil and natural resources. We will turn to a special guest, Onimisi Wordsmith, who is a poet, spoken word artist and social innovator from Abuja in northern Nigeria, to weigh in on the topic and document his experiences pertaining to the current events unfolding in Nigeria.
According to the World Health Organization, latest estimates reveal there were about 219 million cases of malaria in 2010 (with an uncertainty range of 154 million to 289 million) and an estimated 660 000 deaths (with an uncertainty range of 490 000 to 836 000). Malaria mortality rates have fallen by more than 25% globally since 2000 and by 33% in the WHO African Region. Most deaths occur among children living in Africa where a child dies every minute from malaria. Country-level burden estimates available for 2010 show that an estimated 80% of malaria deaths occur in just 14 countries and about 80% of cases occur in 17 countries. Together, the Democratic Republic of the Congo and Nigeria account for over 40% of the estimated total of malaria deaths globally. It is unacceptable that a child dies every minute from malaria in Africa. What steps are being taken in DRC and Nigeria to reduce this mortality burden? How can we stop the preventable deaths attributed to malaria in African children?
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Just a week ago the 4th Biennial Youth Alliance for Leadership and Development in Africa (YALDA) Conference, held in Nigeria, came to a close. YALDA, whose goal is to provide a "forum for the youth on the African continent and those abroad with a commitment to the welfare of Africa," chose the theme "Innovation and Creativity for a Better Africa: Implementing Your Dreams" as the focus of this year's gathering. We are privileged to have featured on our upcoming program of Youth Initiatives an interview with two participants in this year's YALDA conference – Mani, Joseph Muya, from Kenya, and Dr. Boidun Awosusi from Nigeria.
Mani, Joseph Muya is a Kenyan student at United States International University-Africa (USIU-A) pursuing a bachelor of arts degree in International relations, concentrating on peace and conflicts studies, and doing a minor in psychology. I am also very involved in youth activities and also in YALDA, the Deputy Executive Director of YALDA at USIU-A in Kenya.
Dr. Biodun Awosusi is an international freelance writer and medical doctor with a passion for intercultural integration and international cooperation. He is a LEAP Africa Alumnus and XCEL Ambassador who has participated in trainings for leadership, entrepreneurship, and youth development, where he has spoken on "facilitating development through entrepreneurship." Dr. Awosusi is also proud to have been able to present renowned neurosurgeon Dr. Ben Carson with the "Distinguished Personality Award" when he visited Nigeria in 2009. Dr Awosusi holds a Bachelor's Degree in Medicine and Surgery from Obafemi Awolowo University and has read topics of Open Courses offered by Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health. He practices in IIe-ife, Osun State, Nigeria.
Join us as we LIVE TODAY on Nigeria Radio Network this SundayOctober 2nd, 2011 at 2pm eastern time, 1pm pacific time, 11am western time, 7pm united kingdom and 7pm nigeria time.
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