EID-EL- FITR: Amb Obinna Sixtus Nwoke Felicitates With Muslims

The Global President Independent Pan African Youth Parliament ( IPAYP )  His Excellency Ambassador Obinna Sixtus has felicitated with the Muslim Community in Nigeria and beyond on the event of the ‘Breaking of the Ramadan Fast and Eid-el- Fitr celebration. In a statement issued in Abuja , the President urged Muslims in Nigeria and Africa at large to inculcate the virtues of Prophet Muhammed and apply them in their dealings. IPAYP President said “I want to extend hearty compliments to the Islamic Communities in Nigeria/Somalia/ Kenya/ South Africa/ Ghana/ Lesotho…

IPAYP President Condemns NLC’s Action on Air Peace 

The Global President of Independent Pan African Youth Parliament, IPAYP Amb Obinna Sixtus Nwoke ,has condemned the selective action of Nigeria Labour Congress against Air Peace in Lagos 28th September 2018.   The NLC besieged the Lagos terminal of Air Peace and disrupted their morning check in.   The computers amongst other working materials valued at over 60m were  destroyed in the name of strike action.   It was discovered that every other Airline were left to fly except Air Peace. Arik, which was by their side was not touched.…

IPAYP Global Leadership Endorses Val De Mauris Academy Abuja

An International partnership between Independent Pan African Youth Parliament and Val De Mauris Academy Abuja on Sustainable Development Goals has been brokered.   The partnership titled IPAYP SDG high school training center, an IPAYP’s initiative in Africa gave Val De Mauris Academy the opportunity to serve as West African high school SDG learning center.   Speaking after a youth education program in Mombasa Kenya, the Youth Parliament President Amb Obinna Sixtus Nwoke expressed his happiness and affirmed his  confidence in Val De Mauris Academy.   The president said ” I…

Airpeace Takes Over African Countries, encourages regional integration.

The Global President of Independent Pan African Youth Parliament, IPAYP, Amb Obinna Sixtus Nwoke has said that  the spread of Africa,s fastest indigenous airline Air Peace operations to three countries , Sierra Leone, Gambia and Senegal has contributed to the Africa regional integration. Ambassador Nwoke stated that the Leadership of Independent Pan African Youth Parliament received this development with excitement. In an interview with the press men after its  Mock African Youth Economic Forum in Abuja scheduled to be launched later this year in Gambia and Uganda.   The IPAYP…

Youth Development: IPAYP Praises South African Deputy Minister Buti Kgwaridi Manamela.

The Global President Independent Pan African Youth Parliament, IPAYP, Obinna Sixtus Nwoke, has described South Africa Deputy Minister, Mr Buti Kgwaridi Manamela as one of Africa’s rising young personality. Manamela, former minister in the South African Presidency was responsible for planning, monitoring and evaluation of Youth Development in the south Africa. As the then Deputy Minister, he successfully saw through the signing of South Africa ‘s National Youth Policy 2015-2020. He led a series of Youth Dialogues  in South Africa where he conversed with Young People from all walks of…

BREAKING NEWS Allen Onyema,Dino Melaye ,Others Make ALAAN Nominee List.

Prominent five Nigerians have made the final list of awardees for the forthcoming African Leadership Awards And Nation Building Series ( ALAAN ) Awards. Top on the list are Barr Allen Onyema CEO Airpeace Airlines, Senator Dino Malaye and three others. The 4th edition of the Awards ceremony, said to be the biggest awards from any youth organization in Africa, is been organized by Independent Pan African Youth Parliament, an African Youth based organization in partnership with UNESCO Center for Global Education . hold in South Africa. IPAYP is a…

UN,AU,ECOWAS MUST STOP SLAVE TRADE,TORTURE,KILLINGS IN LIBYA- Amb Obinna Sixtus Nwoke

The Global President, Independent Pan African Youth Parliament ( IPAYP Ambassador Obinna Sixtus Nwoke. has called on UN, AU,  ECOWAS and other African regional blocks to urgently act and free  young Africans held in ‘Slave Markets’ in Libya. Ambassador Nwoke. condemned the recently footage of live auction in Libya where black youths were presented to North African buyers as potential farming tools and sold off for as little as $400, $500, $600 respectively. is disturbing and worrisome. Speaking in a Press conference at Rock View Hotel Owerri, Ambassador Obinna Sixtus…