Adewale Daniel Omojowo


About Adewale Daniel Omojowo

Mr Adewale Daniel Omojowo is a dedicated researcher in the field environmental economics, sustainable development and climate change. Mr Omojowo has a bachelor degree in Business Administration and Management, and a Master degree in Applied Economics form the University of Yaounde II Soa, Cameroon. After witnessing various social ills going on in world, he decided to fully participate in conflict resolution, environmental problems, climate change and regionale governance. He is currently a correspondent for the Organisation of World Peace and an activist for women and girls empowerment.

Inhumane Treatment Of Nigerians In China Threatens China-Nigeria Diplomatic Ties

As Nigeria battles with the COVID-19 pandemic internally, the federal government is also concerned by the economic, health, and social conditions and well-being of its citizens abroad. For some days now, a viral video has been paraded across different social media platforms portraying an ugly picture of Chinese authorities maltreating […]


Former Ivorian President Release By The International Criminal Court

Merely a year after the Ivorian presidential election in 2010, President Koudou Laurent Gbagbo was arraigned in court by the Ivorian judicial institution and the International Criminal court. In April 2011 Laurent Gbagbo was arrested after a short post-period of civil conflict in which about 3,000 people were killed. Laurent Gbagbo […]


The Arena Of Bloodshed And Crimes Against Humanity: The Case Of Burundi

For over a three decades now, African political affairs have been dominated by leaders who ‘’eternalise’’ themselves in power thereby plunging their nations into severe poverty, slow growth rate, civil wars, division, and unending bloodshed. This political situation has been rampant all over the African continent and needs to stop. […]


Unity, Peace, And Cooperation: A Price To Pay

For a decade now in international and local affairs, the world, in general, have been facing all sorts of issues. These issues have stemmed from war, conflict, disintegration, and terrorism. In addition, the huge violation of human rights and human dignity have been perpetrated by some tyrant leaders and some terrorists […]


South Africa: In Opposition To The Legacy Of Nelson Mandela

For over five years now, Africans have supported the mass killing of their fellow African brothers and sisters. Countries like Angola, Equatorial Guinea, Morocco, Egypt, Sudan, Somalia, and South Africa have been blacklisted by many research experts in homicide and genocide attacks. South Africa, a country that has witnessed one of […]


The Empowerment Of Women And Girls In Sub-Saharan Africa: Evidence Of Gender Equality

The Empowerment of Women And Girls In Sub-Saharan Africa: Evidence Of Gender Equality For a decade now, the central problem surrounding gender inequality and the rights of females in Sub-Saharan Africa has been a major cause of concern for local and international communities. It is not news that the rights […]