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.

Can Paul Biya Still Guarantee Peace In Cameroon?

  Cameroon’s population is estimated at 23,636,676 in 2016, which is against a 2.51% increase from the year before (2015). Like most of the countries situated in Sub Saharan Africa, the United Republic of Cameroon gained its independence January 1, 1960 with Ahmadou Ahidjo being the first President of the […]


Release Of The First Ever African Passport By AU

  On May 25, 1963, the 32 African states that had achieved independence agreed to establish the organization of African Unity (OAU). However, as time passed, the organization saw other member states join the institution. In a bid to re-shape the organization, the former chairperson, President Thabo Mbeki disbanded and […]


Results Of An Unending War: The Syrian Crisis

  Results Of An Unending War: The Syrian Crisis   For some years now, the Syrian people have not witnessed any iota of peace since their last protest on 15 March 2011. After the Arab Spring blew over, North Africa immediately set down alternation in power in Egypt, Tunisia, and […]


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 […]


AU Releases The First “African Passport”

On May 25, 1963, the 32 African states that had achieved independence agreed to establish the organization of African Unity (OAU). As time passed, the organization saw other member states join the institution. In a bid to re-shape the organization, the former chairperson, former South African President Thabo Mbeki, disbanded […]


Post-Gaddafi: Libyan Paradise Turns To Hell

With an area of almost 1.8 million square kilometres (700,000 sq mi), and the 10th largest proven oil reserves of any country in the world, Libya stands out to be the fourth largest country in Africa and the sixteenth in the world. Decades after the military coup that overthrew king […]


The Paradox of Growth: Africa’s Unmaximized Potential

With a population estimated in 2015 by the World Bank to be roughly 1.2 billion people, made up of 54 countries, Africa is heavily endowed. Even with its fertile soil, cultural diversity, natural resources, rich biodiversity, mineral resources and human capital this continent still suffers from the worst forms of underdevelopment, […]


Another Historic Visit Made By President Barack Obama To Hiroshima, Japan

It has been over 71 years since the last devastating Second World War (World War II) that lasted from 1939-1945. Commonly known as the most widespread and deadliest war in human existence and history, with an estimate of more than 85 million deaths, World War II admitted the involvement of […]


Result Of An Asymmetric War: How A Chibok Girl Was Rescued

Result of an Asymmetric war: How a Chibok Girl was rescued By: Adewale Daniel Omojowo     Faced with present economic, social and political challenges, President Muhammadu Buhari of Nigeria led government have always sourced for resources and strategies to fight Boko Haram terrorist. Even though the Islamist sect has […]


From Boko Haram to Fulani Herdsmen: What is The Future of Peace in Nigeria?

  A few months after the rise of a new security challenge in Nigeria perpetrated by Fulani herdsmen, President Muhammadu Buhari has finally ordered heads of security agencies to take all necessary actions to apprehend lawless herdsmen, according to his Special Adviser on Media and Publicity, Mr Femi Adesina. “We […]