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Victor Gotevbe is Publisher and Editor in Chief of Diplomatic Watch powered by Conduit Communications Limited, where he serves as CEO.

More Villages Get Access To Satellite TV As StarTimes Commissions Project

  More Nigerian villages have benefited from the 10,000 African Villages Project, an initiative of the Chinese Government to provide digital TV access to rural communities across Africa. This was revealed during the launching ceremony of the project in Kpaduma Village, a suburb of the Federal Capital Territory. Speaking to journalists, the Chief Executive Officer, […]

Chinese Consulate General Lagos To Host New Year Celebration Reception

By Victor Gotevbe, Editor-in-Chief The Consulate General of the People’s Republic of China in Lagos will on Sunday, January 20, 2019 host dignitaries from both the political and economic circles, diplomats, Representatives from Overseas Chinese Communities in Lagos and the Media, among others. The event will be in two fold, starting with a conversation on […]

ICC Acquits Former President Gbagbo Of War Crimes In Côte d’Ivoire

By Celestine Osemeilu, Former President of Côte d’Ivoire Laurent Gbagbo has been cleared of crimes against humanity in Côte d’Ivoire by the International Criminal Court (ICC), it announced on Tuesday. The development relates to bloody clashes in the West African nation that claimed a reported 3,000 lives following the 2010 election in which current President […]

Acclaimed Telenovela“Wildflower”Returns on StarTimes With Season 2

Wildflower is back on StarTimes. The second season of the acclaimed Filipino telenovelas will be aired from January 20th exclusive on ST Novela E Plus. Wildflower is one of the most watched series on primetime in Philippines and was a real success in Africa when premiered by StarTimes last spring. “We knew Wildflower had a […]

Australian Visas: Changes To Expect In The New Year

Australia’s annual immigration intake has remained at the centre of political discussion with Prime Minister Scott Morrison indicating it could be slashed, and more opportunities opening up for migrants in regional Australia. Immigration took centre stage in Australia’s political discourse for the better part of 2017 with much discussion around Australia’s annual permanent intake and […]

Barbados Economy Ends 2018 On A High Note

Barbados made an impressive entry into 2019  owing to the successful steps taken away from the precipice of disaster, even though it is not yet  close to its glorious days of a buoyant economy with massive amounts of foreign exchange and a bubbling GDP. Midway last year government’s foreign reserves stood at, $221.5, barely enough […]

UAE Introduces New Long Term Visas

The New Year has brought in a bouquet of good news for Emirati women as well as expatriate investors, entrepreneurs, executives and specialists working in medicine, science or research. Outstanding students and retirees also have reason to cheer in the United Arabs Emirates (UAE). A new quota system that guarantees 50 per cent seats for […]