Opinion

The Inimitable Professor Babatunde Osotimehin – a Life Lived Well and Well Lived, By Babatunde Ahonsi

I take solace in the lasting legacy that Prof has left behind through a life lived well and well-lived in the service of others especially disadvantaged women and girls. We will honour and celebrate his life by redoubling our efforts to advance the reproductive wellbeing, human rights and empowerment of…
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Opinion

G20 Vs. Africa: Still Same Old Tokenism, By Rafiq Raji

These are mostly related to aids for the development of youth and women. One initiative aims to create million new jobs by 2022, with a skills programme for more than five million With one-third of Africa’s 420 million youth unemployed and another third in vulnerable employment, these initiatives would barely…
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Opinion

Osotimehin, the Baba and their Bob, By Musibau Tunde Akanni

Most sadly, Prof. Osotimehin fulfilled Poet Kalu Uka’s guess of the happiest moment being the saddest encounter. A medical doctor, professor and administrator par excellence, Osotimehin could be said to have seen it To many of us who worked with him, Prof. Babatunde Osotimehin, immediate past Executive Director of United…
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