John Kerry Links Political Crisis To Climate Change In Nigeria And Syria

By admin on

Share on facebook Yahoo mail icon Gmail icon

Views: 1,382


United States Secretary of State, John Kerry has said that the negative effects of climate change are linked to the political crisis in countries like Nigeria and Syria.

Kerry stated this on Tuesday, ahead of a United Nations Summit on Environmental issues scheduled for later this month.
He emphasized that in Nigeria; climate change didn’t lead to terrorist attacks, but noted that the presence of drought created political and economic vitality for terrorists.
The United Nations Summit slated for November 30th to December 1st, seeks to limit rise in global temperatures.

 

Posted on November, 12 2015

Share on facebook Yahoo mail icon Gmail icon


You may also like...
We fabricated lies to sabotage Jonathan’s Government -...

More than 200 young women rescued from Boko...

Nigeria to become world largest producer of cocoa...

Chelsea beat Liverpool after extra-time to reach final...

OPINION: The Nnamdi Kanu phenomenon

Kalu condemns Igbo brand of politics

Abia State University To Exchange Programmes With Varsities...

Facebook offers solution to end drunken post

Gov. Obiano's Aide rejects suspension, says it's unconstitutional...

High Court nullifies FG’s license suspension on AIT,...

Enugu Council polls: ENSIEC makes a U-turn on...

Nigerians must vote out Buhari for national unity...
News Abia Election Special (5) Abia Supplementary Polls Update (18) Abia Supplementary Result update (22) Appointments (11) Breaking News (204) Business (51) Campus News (5) Crime (173) Economy (130) Education (155) Entertainment (169) Fashion and Style (4) General (1102) Health (119) Inside Africa (45) International News (310) Interviews (36) National (2042) Politics (1180) Press Releases (140) Religion (10) Security (155) Sports (457) Technology (29) World News (87)

 

 

Advertisement

 

Latest News Though I can't afford the Mercedes car I got as birthday gift, I worked hard for it - Destiny Etiko FBI arrests Forbes-rated young Nigerian billionaire, Obinwanne Okeke for $12 million fraud Why FIFA banned Samson Siasia Why we can’t pay N30,000 minimum wage to corps members yet – NYSC FG sets up committees on revenue sharing formula, expand revenue base Toyin Abraham is engaged, not married yet – Manager WAEC: Abia maintains first position for the fifth time ‘Nigerians Don’t Deserve To Suffer’, PDP Asks Buhari To Rescind CBN Directive Alleged N3.3bn fraud: Head of Service Oyo-Ita’s passports seized by EFCC JUST IN: Security Agents Take El-Zakzaky, Wife Into Custody

 

Most Read Islamic agenda for Nigeria – Pastor Bosun (25,507 views) 47 YEARS AFTER, HIS EXCELLENCY, COMMODORE EBITU UKIWE (Rtd) MAKES THE “OFO NDI IGBO” RECIPIENTS LIST (21,485 views) The show of shame that sealed Justice Uzokwe’s fate (18,049 views) Breaking News : Dr Okezie Ikpeazu resigns from Abia State Environmental Sanitation Agency (ASEPA). (8,899 views) Abiriba Kingdom Celebrates as Eze Kalu Kalu Ogbu (IV) marks 14th year on the throne (8,208 views) Lawyers accuse Lagos Police of working for PDP (7,927 views) Ebola virus in Syria – Infecting ISIS members (7,838 views) Radio Biafra delivers AM Transmitter (7,659 views) Cojoined Twins Abby And Brittany Hensel Pose in Bikini (7,516 views) ‘Why fuel scarcity persists’ (7,014 views)