‘A leader takes people where they want to go. A great and good leader takes people where they don’t necessarily want to go, but ought to be.’.Rosalym Carter
Dr. Gabriel Ifeanyi Ogbechie a seasoned leader, engineer, administrator, serial entrepreneur, oil Magnate and Group Managing Director of Rainoil Ltd is one man who has demonstrated a great capacity to lead men where they ought to be and shown that nothing so conclusively proves a man’s ability to lead others as what he does from day to day to lead himself. Continue reading “Dr. Gabriel Ifeanyi Ogbechie: A great visionary and seasoned leader turns 54”
By Dr.Gabriel Ogbechie
We have all watched with deep concern the conflict that has engulfed our beloved community, Idumuje-Ugboko, Aniocha North Local Government Area, Delta State for the past three years. For the sake of posterity, I feel obliged to share my perspectives on the happenings and measures I have taken to make best efforts to resolve the conflict: Continue reading “The quest for peace in Idumuje -Ugboko: My perspectives”
Yunusa Aliu (not real name) is a very sad man, living far from his family he perpetually looks over his back, in fear of what may befall his loved ones, and even himself. He has had to move his wife and kid far away to keep them safe. He has had to endure the pains of a father who’s child was kidnapped. And he has had to go through challenges in his work place, ending up being suspended from work.
Continue reading “Rejected and hunted: No peace for the religious convert”
CHIDIMMA UCHEGBU, Abuja
Recently the National Centre for Women Development (NCWD) led by Lady Onyeka Onwenu, with support from United Nations Children Fund (UNICEF) took female journalist on a three-day capacity building programme on gender mainstreaming for the media in Kaduna.
The workshop became necessary for gender reporters to report accurately on gender issues and also be abreast of new development in gender and children issues. Continue reading “UNICEF/ NCWD workshop: Preparing female journalists for gender reporting”