Furera Isma Jumare is a forwarding thinking Nigerian woman and development activist. She tells The Interview about the special initiative her NGO has thought up and implemented in promoting peace, understanding and job creation among the youth of Nigeria.
Olubunmi Ajai Layode, founder of Greenlands Assistance Haven Foundation, is a former victim of domestic violence (DV) who started the NGO to provide emergency shelter to people whose lives are in danger as a result of DV. The NGO also has a Facebook group and has evolved into helping indigent single parents who became single parents either as a result of DV or as a result of widowhood.
Activism runs in Chief Mike Ozekhome’s blood. Whether it is student union activism, or fighting in the trenches to remove the military from national governance alongside the likes of the late Gani Fawehinmi and Beko Ransome Kuti, or defending the defenceless to reclaim their rights free of charge, this legal giant knows his onions when it comes to fighting for the common cause.
The Executive Director of Neem Foundation, a not-for-profit NGO, Dr. Fatima Akilu, has warned that the country might be facing a different kind of war in the North East, even after the guns have gone silent in the war on Boko Haram.
Dike Chukwumerije is a wordsmith and performance poet extraordinaire. Within a few years he has succeeded in elevating the art of performance poetry in a country where the arts are hardly ever accorded their rightful place. He shares his story with The Interview…
A journalist and writer, Segun Adeniyi was spokesman to President Umaru Musa Yar’Adua’s short-lived administration. He speaks to The Interview about his place in the saga of his principal’s health at the time, his exit strategy and his view about Jonathan and Buhari.
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