Practical Test On SDGs 4: Mulade Gives Back To The Society

…. Challenges Multi-national Companies on CSR ……tasked Govt on quality education By Victor Bieni, The National Coordinator, Centre for Peace and Environmental Justice (CEPEJ), Comrade Sherrif Mulade has said that United Nations sustainable development goals number 4 on quality education can only be achieved through stakeholders support to the less- privileged Children, Students in the society while stating that Education is the bedrock of the society. CEPEJ Boss made this known to our reporter pen-ultimate weekend in Warri, Delta State during the Inter-Local Government Quiz and Essay Competitions for Rural…

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Workers Day: NGO Urges Governors To Pay New Minimum Wage For Sake Of National Peace

Comrade Sheriff Mulade, Coordinator of Centre for Peace and Environmental Justice yesterday appealed to governors across Nigeria to try and pay the new minimum wage for the sake of national unity and peace. Mulade who congratulated workers on May Day, urged all Nigerian Governors to pay the 30 thousand naira minimum wage which he said would go a long way to cushioning the untold hardship confronting Nigerian workers today. Mulade who is also the Secretary of Egbema and Gbaramatu Communities Development Foundation (EGCDF) commended Nigerian workers for their hard work,…

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Bad Leadership Cause Of Niger Delta Under-Development – Mulade

Comrade Sheriff Mulade, an environmental activist, yesterday stated that infrastructural decay and high rate of poverty in the oil rich Niger Delta region of Nigeria was as a result of bad leadership. Muldae who made this known during an interactive session with journalists in Yenagoa, Bayelsa State, drew the Federal government’s attention to economic, environmental, communal and leadership crises rocking the region, which, according to him, have thrown the Niger Delta into a web of conflicting interests. He urged government to consider the setting up of a sustainable and comprehensive…

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