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Japheth Omojuwa

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Friday, 10 January 2014 14:34

Japheth Omojuwa

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Japheth Omojuwa is a consultant with the Heinrich Boell Stiftung on the Green Deal Nigeria project. He is a member of the Abuja Hub of the World Economic Forum’s Global Shapers and is a much sought after speaker and panelist on development, civil society and media issues around the world. Omojuwa has graced platforms hosted by the United Nations, ONE, World Economic Forum, OECD, African Development Bank and Atlas Economic Research Institute amongst others in Nigeria, Senegal, South Africa, Brazil, United Kingdom, Germany and United States. He writes columns on some of the country’s most prestigious platforms including The Punch, Metropole Magazine, Ynaija and his eponymous blog and teaches at the Free University of Berlin.  Click here for Omojuwa's Wikipedia Page

Japheth writes every Monday for Metro Views. Here are the links to his past articles: 

SSS Jailbreak: How Wendell Simlin Feeds Our Scepticism

The Responsibility of Privilege

Nigerians are the Opposition 

Wendell Simlin: When Silence is not Golden 

President Jonathan and His Fading Authority

Religious Leaders and the Burden of Leadership

As Abuja Hosts Shape Africa 2014

Ending the Rape Epidemic

The President Nigeria Needs in 2015

Let's Debate Gay Rights without Blackmail and Hypocrisy

The Jonathan-Must-Go Army and the Rest of Us 

What Makes A Great Year?

How to Make the Year Count in 24 Hours 

Nigeria: Politics, Pettiness and Inanities

Time for Us to Play the Proud Damsel 

The Ife Ojikutu That Never Was  

What Would Mandela Do? 

Who Represents Our Biggest Ethnic Group?

APC and the Rest of Us

The Followership Question

The Age of Factivism

Making Growth More Meaningful 

The Followership Question

Our Long Road to Freedom

In Whose Interests?

Twists of Nigerian Realities

Fixing Education in Nigeria

We the Citizens

The Dangers of a Nigerian Conversation

Lessons from Israel

The Irresponsibility of The Nigeria Elite

Africa and the Western Media 

A Green Deal for Africa

Nigerians and the Road 

Africa’s March to Prosperity

The Change We Need 

Our Police, Our Mirror

2015 and the Battles Ahead 

Our Crisis of Low Expectations

Meka’s Uplifting Story