Expressing Africa's Potential

What advice would you give to Nigerians in the Diaspora wishing to make the transition back to Nigeria?

Patrick Tolani is the CEO of The Charity Aid and Development Foundation for Africa (CADFA).

Website: http://www.cadfa.org.ng

Popular Videos

Latest Videos

Featured Videos

News Headlines

  • Nigeria: Most Customers Use More Than One Network - Report
    [Vanguard]Abuja -The latest Telecommunications Special Edition poll results released by NOIPolls Limited have revealed that a higher proportion of Nigerians use 2 phone lines either registered under one network provider or under two different ones.
  • Mauritius: Infotech 2014 - Mauritius Reckoned As Right ICT Investment Destination
    [Government of Mauritius]Mauritius is now reckoned as the right ICT investment destination and outsourcing location and has successfully attracted key ICT players of international repute to do business on the island, the Minister of Information and Communication Technology, Mr Tassarajen Pillay Chedumbrum, said at the opening of the 21st edition of Infotech last night at the Swami Vivekananda International Convention Centre, in Pailles.
  • Nigeria: Niger Teachers ICT Training to Commence Soon
    [Daily Trust]Executive Director, Youth Empowerment Education Initiative (YEEI) Edewor Christopher, has said that the ICT training slated to train secondary school teachers in Niger State will soon commence.
  • Africa: View On Poverty - Turning Mobiles Into Emergency Tools
    [SciDev.Net]The strongest recorded storm to ever hit land slammed into the Philippines at 195 miles per hour just over a year ago, on 8 November 2013. As a recent Guardian photo essay shows, the communities on the islands are now beginning to rebuild.
  • Africa: UN Chief Appoints Panel On Creating 'Technology Bank' for World's Poorest Nations
    [UN News]United Nations Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon has announced the formation of a High-Level Panel to study the scope and functions of a proposed new "technology bank" and dedicated to helping the world's least developed countries (LDCs) advance out of poverty, the Organization's spokesperson confirmed today.

Keeping it Real with Adeola