Nigeria’s former VP Osinbajo to headline Climate Africa Warsha premiere

Prof Yemi Osinbajo, SAN

By Marvellous Nyang

Nigeria’s former Vice President, Professor Yemi Osinbajo, is set to deliver the keynote address at the inaugural Climate Africa Warsha event.

The Climate Africa Warsha is a pioneering initiative designed to elevate renewable energy and climate change journalism across the African continent.

Hosted by the Global Energy Alliance for People and Planet (GEAPP) and its partners, on Friday, May 3, 2024, 11:00 am (CAT), the Climate Africa Warsha promises to be a key gathering for media professionals.

Participants can register for the virtual event here.

Attendees will have the opportunity to engage in meaningful collaborations, share valuable insights, and participate in empowering discussions that promote sustainability.

Professor Osinbajo, who also serves as a Global Advisor for GEAPP, will offer his expert perspectives on the pivotal importance of climate journalism in shaping the world.

His participation underscores the significance of this event in addressing the critical role of the media in increasing awareness and inspiring action towards a sustainable African future.

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The Climate Africa Warsha will feature a series of quarterly 2-hour online sessions tailored specifically for media professionals.

Each session aims to foster collaboration, share insights, and stimulate ongoing discussions that elevate the quality of renewable energy and climate change reporting on the continent.

The inaugural event will set the stage for these empowering dialogues.

As the world grapples with the challenges of climate change, the Climate Africa Warsha stands as a testament to the power of journalism in driving positive change.

With the participation of esteemed leaders like Professor Osinbajo, this event promises to be a transformative platform for media professionals to shape the narrative and contribute to a more sustainable future for Africa.