Insect invasion: an unusual war for food in Africa

Millions of locusts have descended on East Africa, threatening fragile food supply systems and forcing farmers to fight for survival on another front. As the coronavirus pandemic forces millions of people to stay at home – in many places indefinitely – and threatens a global recession, another crisis is looming in East Africa. From mid […]Continue Reading...

What coronavirus teaches us about investment and your money

Many Nigerian entrepreneurs  and dropshippers rely disproportionately on imports from China for direct sales to consumers or as critical products needed for our struggling manufacturing sector. A disruption to this crucial supply will directly affect consumers and businesses.   Coronavirus has shocked everyone and almost every economic sector or activity has responded in some way. […]Continue Reading...

Can we defeat novel coronavirus?

It is an open question, and the answer remains to be seen. It started in Wuhan, the bustling capital of Hubei province in central China in December last year and quickly spread infecting as much as 80,000 people and causing more than 2700 deaths globally. Several theories abound about its origin, from flat-out lies to […]Continue Reading...