Celebrities Launch Campaign Against Ebola

– originally published on macjordangh.com – A new campaign addressing the Ebola outbreak in West Africa was launched by some celebrities to raise awareness about the Ebola Deadly Virus (EDV). The video is star-studded with on-screen cameos from movie star Idris Elba, former UK Prime Minister Tony Blair, supermodel Naomi Campbell, soul singer Alicia Keys, basketball icon Dikembe Mutombo and several others.…

African Diaspora: A Return to Nigeria

An essay by Enuma Okoro When I was 7 years old my father bought me a Bag of Laughs. It was the early 1980s and, as with most every school morning in Lagos, Nigeria, we were stuck in traffic. My father was at the wheel, listening to Bob Marley on the eight-track. I sat in…

African Business: Africa is Untapped

by Efeturi P. Odele Africa is the world’s second-largest continent in landmass and also the second most populous continent with about 1.033 billion people. Presently, the economy of most African countries are growing faster than the economies of most developed countries because most developed countries are near their economic zenith (convergence in economics). Reasons for…

Access to culture and education throughout Africa via QuickDo

> Digital technology towards the Global South < QuickDo’s activity is divided into three main areas: The development of ecosystems for a large public to further enrich the supply of products and services in the Global South, and to create new opportunities of development of growth and of better living (QuickDo-Market and QuickDo-BookBox) Consulting on computerization for…

Peace and Freedom shall prevail: Nairobi, Kenya #westgate

It seems to be over now, after 60 hrs of fear. Judgement will be held in heaven, not in court. Kenya #westgate was just released of the chains of terror. Too many to mourn about, too much pain caused. People have yet again demonstrated courageously that #weareone. Incredible forces were unfolded not by the terrorists, but by the Kenyan…