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Accolades : Emirates applauds role of small businesses in post-pandemic economic recovery

Emirates is empowering small and medium sized enterprises to get back into the skies and turn their travel budgets into rewards by debuting a Business Rewards incentive for new members.  This is recognition of the strategic role of Small businesses in the in post-pandemic recovery and to mark the UN Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises Day.  Small and medium sized businesses who sign up for an account to Emirates’ Business Rewards corporate loyalty programme from 27 June to 27 July 2021 will receive a bonus of 10,000 Business Reward Points, the equivalent of one Economy Class return ticket to selected destinations in Europe. Emirates currently has over 20,000 small and medium sized businesses enrolled in its Business Rewards programme, and is providing a gamut of benefits including simplified enrolment, easier earning and redemptions, greater flexibility on retaining and using points as well as upgrade opportunities, even on last minute bookings. With countries easing their entry restri

Africa & The Drive For Affordable Healthcare For All : The Lagos State Vision Of Health For All Unveiled...

• Only last weekend, the much anticipated Africa Healthcare  Summit - a  professionally curated with dedicated sessions to provide interactions and connections with other healthcare professionals, learn about best practices - was staged at the bustling city of Lagos inside the imposing Orientals Hotel ,Lekki Lagos  During the most historic event,several papers  ,speeches and documents on health where presented to the general public Among the keynote speakers was  Dr. Giwa Zainab , a graduate of College of Medicine, University of Lagos and an assistant focal person cancer Control Coordination Lagos State. She stood in on behalf of Lagos state health commissioner of health, Professor Akin Abayomi and delivered a most impacting paper  ,which the World industry leaders magazine is delighted to produce to our global readers today, please enjoy the most robust paper \ I bring greetings from the Executive Governor of Lagos State, the Honorable Commissioner for Health for Lagos State and the P

Philanthropist Today... Meet Sadio Mane: The Soccer Icon Who Donated Over #300 Million To Build Hospital For His People In Senegal

"The value of life is not in its duration, but in its donation. You are not important because of how long you live, you are important because of how effective you live"-Myles Munroe • He needs little or no introduction in today's sporting and humanitarian world - a super giver of hope to the hopeless globally He is Sadio ManĂ© ,the  Senegalese top  professional footballer who plays as a winger for Premier League club Liverpool and the Senegal national team.  Regarded as one of the best players in the world, ManĂ© finished fourth for the 2019 Ballon d'Or, and in the award for the Best FIFA Men's Player he ranked fifth in 2019 and fourth in 2020. But beyond soccer, he is free giver and only this week ,he moved again  We can expand his gesture by confirming that after funding the building of a hospital that will serve his hometown, the 29-year-old met with the President of Senegal to seek a contribution of medical personnel.  Hospital fact file has it that  more than N

THE GRASS to GRACE SERIES: Lydia Okojie .....From Street Trader To Africa's Fast Rising TV Brand CEO

" Despise Not the days of small beginnings "- Holy Bible  By Mike Cerutti Osagie • From time memorial till is often postulated that True devotion and humility is when you carelessly allow yourself to fall in love with things you consider will make you look inferior, which in essence, makes you superior.” Indeed... The ascent from grass to grace is a glorious cruise but the descent is a traumatic bruise. The story of the young beauty Queen called Lydia Okojie is no doubt one of your typical grass to Grace epic From “Grass to Grace” is a common term, generally used to describe a movement from a lower rank of one's status to a higher level And while many today may be ashamed of their days of small ugly  beginnings; not so for Lady Okojie who is the President of the wave making Lydia TV Do you know while growing up, she was on the streets.. Selling all manners of foodstuffs for her mother in Benin city and even supported her school fees selling the local drink called


BEING a teenager  at  the peak  of  June  12  saga and  brouhaha in 1993, I witnessed the discomforts,fears,terrorism, tribalism,hunger, hardship and cold wars of the aftermath of the annulment of June 12 free and fair election which led to my family fleeing to the eastern part of Nigeria imo state where we hail from due to fear of the unknown and quest for safety.  We experienced hardship and other effects of migrating from one location to another inappropriately.  June 12 aftermath left so many dead,displaced, sick and traumatised and still after 27years the effect of june 12 is still highly significant and negatively  felt in Nigeria as a country with over 200 million people clamouring for power, protection,security,socio amenities and peace . Being a youth and women advocate in Africa and as a Nigerian I preach peace,unity and love while preaching for togetherness and restructuring of the nation as one Nigeria, I strongly suggest what we need is change of mindset,attitude,behaviour