The ongoing senseless social media attacks on the sole owner of the Africa Young Voices (AYV) Media Empire, Ambassador Anthony Navo Junior is what many people have described as an: “Intentional character assassination” of the local investors, which is aimed at bringing him down among other things.
It is no secret that the fine young man is the owner of AYV and he solely invested his hard earned cash to the tune of millions of US dollars into the business, but that does NOT in any way makes him the sole regulator of daily happenings in the Empire. Just so you know.
To prevent and stop violence against women, men in every country on planet earth need to stand up and speak out. Males of all races, religions, and cultures; married, single, or partnered males. Politicians, police, and preachers. Young, middle-age, or elderly. Males from all socio-economic backgrounds. All males - everywhere.
Mothers, sisters, and daughters are victims of domestic violence. Wives, live-in partners, and girlfriends are victims of domestic violence. Relatives are victims of domestic violence. Neighbors are victims of domestic violence. Teenagers are victims of dating violence. Children are victims of family violence.
In his presentation to a packed audience at the event organized by the African Studies Centre of Oxford University School of Global and Area studies, Professor Osinbajo highlighted four important areas with regard to world development in the next two decades. These are population, the environment, output of goods and services and social exclusion, under which rubric comes poverty and human capital development, and its implications for global security.
The President of African Development Bank, Akinwumi Adesina said over 800 million people worldwide suffer from hunger and more than two billion are affected by malnutrition. Food insecurity remains a real threat to global development. Addressing global agriculture experts at the Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) headquarters in Rome, the 2017 World Food Laureate Prize winner and President of ADB, Adesina, said he believes Africa does not need aid but discipline… stressing the need to view investment and development opportunities in the continent through a totally different lens.