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NIDO Europe launches Coronavirus Emergency Hotlines for Nigerian Diaspora in Europe tagged (NIDSAFE) and also initiates a Post COVID-19 strategies initiatives. In a communique issued by the Central Executive council on Sunday 22nd of March 2020, NIDOE stated that this initiative becomes necessary as more and more countries and cities are heading for total

The Chairman of the Central Executive Council (CEC) of Nigerians in Diaspora Organization of Continental Europe (NIDOE), Hon. Kenneth Gbandi has commended the Federal Government of Nigeria for taking a pre-empting measure in closing Nigerian borders to some of the COVID-19  prone countries including countries from the European Union. Such measures are in line with

The name “coronavirus,” was published in 1968. It is derived from the “corona”-like or crown-like morphology observed for these viruses in the electron microscope. Since December 2019, several cases of severe fatal pneumonia caused by coronavirus (COVID-19) have emerged in the central Chinese city of Wuhan (WHO). Declaration of public health emergency of international

Approximately 3 percent of the world’s population live in a country different from that of their birth. This is evidence of the globalization and dire need for skilled people most especially by developed nations. Today's source of globally skilled workforce has transcended religion, gender, race and economic background to a large extent. More than

Abraham Lincoln described democracy as “government of the people, by the people, for the people” during the American civil war in 1863. His notion later became the often quoted definition of democracy and a benchmark of rating its success globally. More than a few nations have actualized Lincoln’s thought, but Nigeria is lagging behind. Her quasi-democratic arrangement is what

In Athens, 510 BC, Cleisthenes instituted democracy to foster greater accountability of institutions and leaders to citizens and the law. Today, the tenet is being flouted with impunity, especially in developing nations, where most of the heads of parliament are puppets of the president. Nigeria tops the list. While her legislature is failing in oversight

Esteemed Appreciation to NIDOE Irish Chapter who have chosen peace and unity for a purposeful homeland development over seed of disunity especially when it’s election time. Our sincere appreciation to Her Excellency (Dr) Mrs Elizabeth Uzoma Emenike, Ambassador of Nigeria to Ireland for her leadership in Ireland effectively marketing Nigeria and Nigerians to Irish people