Wazobia Global Times Debuts New Initiative
Wazobia Global Times is a newspaper founded by their parent organization Wazobia Global Network in 2015 in Michigan, USA. The motivation behind the newspaper is to correct the erroneous impression regarding African and other minority groups by showcasing our best to the world. Most importantly, it is an avenue to promote minority owned businesses and ideas.
We distribute the print version of our newspaper in many states in USA while the online version attracts readers from over 70 countries across six continents. We have been partnering with organizations within and outside the United States to organize events that impact the lives of our people positively.
A new initiative “Meet Our Leaders” interview session creates an avenue where people who are in leadership positions all over the world can share the great things they are doing in their respective fields of human endeavors with our people. This also provides an opportunity for the youth to tap from their wealth of experience as they pursue their goals in life.
The interview session has attracted leaders like Mayor Bobby Hopewell of Kalamazoo city, Mayor Ken Siver of Southfield city, Melissa Rogers, President Barack Obama’s Senior Assistant on Interfaith & Global Partnership, Senator Debbie Stabenow, Chair of the United States Senate Committee on Agriculture, Congresswoman Brenda Lawrence, Congressman Fred Upton, Former Chair, House Committee on Energy and Commerce, Hon. Kayode Oladele, Chair House of Rep. Committee on EFCC, Aliyu Jelani the designer of Chevy Volt, and former Mayor of the city of Farmington Hills, Barry Brickner, State Rep. Tinsley Talabi, Music legend, King Sunny Ade, Pastor Dare Adeboye just to mention a few. The session is anchored by Multiple award- Winning Journalist and Youth Advocate, Temitope’ Elevate’ Omotayo.
More information on this will come your way soon.