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Talk to the people in the Niger Delta directly. Help them online in the way you want when or wherever you are, on the globe. You can be a Volunteer, or be a Member to run the Non-profit, or Donate. Niger Delta contributes major cause of GLOBAL WARMING and CLIMATE CHANGE. Global Eco Theater is designed to convey difficult-to-understand problems in Nigeria such as witch-craft, corruption, lack of safety and the worst petroleum pollution in Africa to the International community in an aesthetic form so that people around the world can join solving the problems.

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The skit, "What is This?" depicts the deep-rooted superstition called witch-craft, superstition in Nigeria, Japanese and American superstition altogether. Witch-craft in Nigeria still practiced by the indigene in the regions often used to... more

The skit "How to Rebrand Village Pow Pow" has its origin in the way Nigerian diasporas were overseas and how Dora Akunyili has called for Rebranding Nigerian Project and pointed out that innocent Nigerians have been arrested... more

The skit "How to Rebrand Village Pow Pow" has its origin in the way Nigerian diasporas were overseas and how Dora Akunyili has called for Rebranding Nigerian Project and pointed out that innocent Nigerians have been arrested... more

Skit "Business Growning Down Fund Program" illustrates how funding can delay in business where it should be provided by the government as promised and how it affects the population, in particular, youth in Nigeria. No one may care but... more

Monica Islam aspires to advance human rights and social justice through the media. She regularly contributes articles to The Daily Star (Bangladesh) and Dhaka Tribune, two widely-read English daily newspapers in Bangladesh. She... more

The scheduled guest, Barrister Godwin Sunday Inyang from Eket, Nigeria again had difficulty of connection through the telephone. Therefore, we introduce you, the audience a Letter to Nigerian Mother by Liysa Swart. Liysa Swart is... more

Today is August, 24th Sunday 2014, and thank you for turning in Global Eco Theater show. Today's skit is called ?Why is it so bad about Climate Change?? It is a story of how in the world climate change is so bad, and what is it really... more

It is a story of waste, like coke bottles, plastic containers and left over food. They are part of the environmental degradation. That means they can really dirty the environment and become the part of global warming. You did not know? Listen... more

It is a story of how children can be branded as witch and how they are abused in the name of sacred religion. The oil pollution in the Niger Delta plays significant role in impacting the whole story. You will understand what I mean when you... more

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