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Bringing your imaginations through arts works

Mr Uchenna Ohah

The above personality Uchenna Ohah is a Nigerian painter and art educator from Enugu state, Nigeria. A thriving painter and graphic designer who enjoys using skills to contribute to the aesthetic creations that happen every day at in the city of Abuja and beyond. My primary (post-impressionistic) style is inspired by Paul Cezanne’s painting titled “Bend in the road”.
He graduated from Ahmadu Bello University, Zaria in 2001 with a Bachelor’s Degree in Industrial Design. Currently lives in the FCT Abuja, Nigeria.

The experience of making something from raw materials is a simple and fundamental one. The coldness of clay, the smell of linseed oil, the familiar feel of wooden tools or brushes connect you to the elements. Over time the process of choosing the right colour and quality of paint becomes unconscious and instinctive. During painting hundreds of decisions are made – from minute changes to complete destruction of previous work.

When painting, he looks for suggestions of shape and form within the background, almost like an archaeological dig, pulling the images out that emerge and then create a scene. This is an exciting way of working. Somehow you have to give yourself up to the process… and then the painting reveals itself.

As a painter, you engage with a relationship. You face the painting and the painting faces you, things happen and you witness them. You have to take risks and trust of what emerges. Cecil Collins an Artist and Visionary once stated that: “The paintings are already inside me – like seeds in a garden…”

He has engaged with a flow or deeper wisdom that lies within him. His commitment and practice increases his power as an artist and we feel a sense of awe when we witness the fluidity of his arts power as an artist and we feel a sense of awe when we witness the fluidity of his art.

For me, the imagination opens us to deep wisdom. Of course sometimes we can’t always understand our dreams and desires but they are held I feel, by a supporting platform of innate presence.

When we walk through into the imaginative space we start to experience concepts such as eternity and we meet with a completely different feeling about the priorities that are expected in everyday Western society.

A World of Possibilities. Oil on Panel

A World of Possibilities. Oil on Panel The imaginative world opens our sense of possibility, which can also bring fear, hence the warnings of our close ones. We are worried perhaps about ‘losing our minds’ or being out of touch with the real world. We fear offering a different view to that may be mocked or won’t fit in with ‘the norm’ Shakespeare said of the Imagination:

“It is the prophetic soul of the whole world dreaming on things to come”

And most of all I believe we lack trust in ourselves that we can create our own moral codes and boundaries from a deep lived experience of being human.


Making art doesn’t stop and start in the studio. The revelations and despairs change you and are carried into your whole life; the desperate need for aloneness, the taking stock – where am I now?  Trying to follow the soulful flow that our spirit invites us into.

Disruptions can prove very tiring because of how much investment goes into getting there in the first place.

As we live our lives open to the imagination our relationship with it strengthens. The imagination creates a spacious narrative for our past and for the present. It is a place where we can be absolutely free.

All the paintings here can be replicated and shipped of to any where in the world! He can also travel to get them done on walls as well.

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Amazon announced that it will allow managers..

Amazon has become one of the biggest retailers in the world with the help of its e-commerce platform. The company is also now making moves in the tech industry, where it has been directly competing with Apple for top customers.

Recently, Amazon announced that it will allow managers to decide how often their employees come into the office. This move was made to reduce reliance on face-to-face interactions and instead focus on remote teamwork.

The company aims to build more connections between employees so they can work more efficiently together without all being in the same location. For instance, Amazon might send one employee instructions for a project and then another employee may provide feedback on it or vice versa.

This new strategy by Amazon will allow them to continue growing as an organization without having to worry about building

Microsoft Uncovered Suspicious Hackers

Washington (CNN) announced on Monday that suspicious Iranian hackers have targeted dozens of defense technology and maritime transportation companies, and have successfully breached a small portion of their espionage activities launched since July. Make some companies vulnerable to subsequent hacker attacks. Microsoft said these targets include companies that cooperate with the governments of the United States, the European Union and Israel to manufacture satellite systems, drone technology and “military-grade radar.” This is just the latest attempt by an Iranian hacker group to access sensitive data in the maritime sector. According to IBM, another Iranian organization stole information on the military unit of a member of the U.S. Navy last year.

Facebook Bans “Good” Developer

Facebook has been doing a lot to make sure that people’s data is safe and secure.

Facebook has permanently banned a developer, Mark Zuckerberg, who had the company’s most privileged access for over 12 years. The person was responsible for developing an app that allowed Facebook to collect data from users who agreed to take part in the Facebook Research app.

Mark Zuckerberg has been in the news for the past few weeks.

Recently, Facebook permanently banned a developer who had been using the platform to scrape public profile information of people on Facebook. This is not the first time, Facebook has had to take this kind of action ahead of their impending IPO.

Facebook has been the subject of a lot of controversy this year. Recently, they have permanently banned a developer to whom they granted an API key to study Facebook’s News Feed algorithm.

Mark Zuckerberg stepped down as CEO after his involvement in the Cambridge Analytica scandal came to light.

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The 20 fast Growing Economy in the agrees aid to avert Afghanistan humanitarian crisis

The Group of 20 (G20) has agreed to work together to avoid a humanitarian disaster in Afghanistan, even if it means having to coordinate efforts with the Taliban, Italian Prime Minister Mario Draghi said after hosting an emergency summit.

The European Union opened the talks on Tuesday by pleading  one billion euros ($1.2bn), which will go to urgent humanitarian needs and also to assist neighbouring countries taking in Afghans who have been fleeing since the Taliban took control of the country on August 15.

“There has basically been a convergence of views on the need to address the humanitarian emergency,” Draghi told reporters at the end of the special video conference.

United States President Joe Biden, Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi and many European leaders joined the virtual summit, which took place as the Taliban held its first face-to-face talks with a US-EU delegation in qutar. China’s President Xi Jinping and Russia’s President Vladimir Putin sent representatives rather than attending themselves.null

Draghi said the two leaders’ absence did not undercut the importance of the meeting organised by Italy, the current G20 chair.

“This was the first multilateral response to the Afghan crisis … multilateralism is coming back, with difficulty, but it is coming back,” Draghi said.

There was unanimous agreement among the participants about the need to alleviate the crisis in Afghanistan, where the country’s assets overseas have been frozen, banks have run out of money, civil servants have not been paid, and food prices have soared. Millions are at risk of severe hunger as winter approaches.

“To stand by and watch 40 million people plunge into chaos because electricity can’t be supplied and no financial system exists, that cannot and should not be the goal of the international community,” German Chancellor Angela Merkel told reporters.

The EU emphasised its money would go to international organisations working on the ground rather than the Taliban, which has not been recognised by any other government.

Much of the G20 aid effort will be channelled through the United Nations, but there will also be direct country-to-country assistance.

Coordination not recognition

Draghi said that the Taliban were crucial to getting the aid through, saying: “It’s very hard to see how one can help the Afghan people … without some sort of involvement of the Taliban government.

“If they don’t want us to enter, we don’t enter.”null

Draghi stressed that coordinating with the Taliban did not mean recognising their administration and that the Taliban would be judged by their deeds, not their words.null

He noted the world was especially concerned about the plight of women in the impoverished nation.

“At this time we don’t see progress,” Draghi said.

In a joint statement after the meeting, the G20 leaders called on the Taliban to tackle hardline groups operating out of the country. Future humanitarian programmes should focus on women and girls, and safe passage should be given to those Afghans who wished to leave the country, it added.null

Turkey’s President Recip Tayyip Erdogan told the summit in an address broadcast on national television that the Taliban had “not yet delivered what’s expected”.

“We have not seen necessary inclusiveness from them on the issue of humanitarian assistance, security and prevention of Afghanistan being a base of terror organisations and prevention of extremism.”

The White House said leaders had discussed “the critical need to maintain a laser-focus on our enduring counterterrorism efforts, including against threats from ISIS-K”.

Ahead of the meeting, China called for economic sanctions on Afghanistan to be lifted and that billions of dollars of Afghan international assets be unfrozen and handed back to Kabul.null

The US and the United Kingdom, where many of the assets are being held, are resisting this effort, and there was no mention of the issue in the final statement.

sustaining Technological developments in Africa

Technology can provide solutions to many development problems and new and emerging technologies can improve access to modern energy services and enhance agricultural productivity and livelihoods.

But a deeper understanding of the full spectrum of change that these technologies can unleash across different socio-economic contexts, particularly in developing countries is needed.

Enter UNCTAD, which this week at the annual Science Forum in Pretoria, South Africa, announced a new technology assessment project it aims to roll out in key African countries.

The project focuses in on the high potential yield agricultural and energy sectors.

“The project will support policymakers and other stakeholders in target countries in Africa to design and implement a technology assessment exercise in the two sectors, and to utilize technologies as catalysts for sustainable development,” said UNCTAD’s logistics and technology director, Shamika N. Sirimanne.

Technology assessments are critical for African countries as many are unaware of their capabilities to adopt and adapt technologies for addressing development objectives. Sharing experiences and lessons learned will also be important so African countries can benefit from a networked learning effect.

UNCTAD believes projects of this kind contribute significantly to creating pathways to achieving and making progress on the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), especially in developing countries,

Combatting food and energy insecurity

The COVID-19 pandemic has highlighted the magnitude of food and energy insecurity that prevails for many people in Africa. Technology assessments can help build resilience to, and recovery from, future emergencies by enabling developing countries to determine sustainable ways of embedding technological solutions.

“We are only beginning to realize the damage that has been inflicted this year to our efforts in achieving the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development,” Ms. Sirimanne said. “With already vulnerable health systems, the African region is also susceptible to the double whammy of energy insecurity and food insecurity.”

In such a time of severe socio-economic constraints, the strategic relevance of the energy sector in powering people’s daily lives becomes ever clearer. But for the 600 million Africans still without electricity, they have been unable to adapt to the new normal under the coronavirus pandemic restrictions, unable to be connected to the Internet, and participate in socio-economic life, for which access to electricity is a fundamental pre-requisite.

“In effect, the pandemic has exposed the many inequalities and gaps that need to be urgently closed,” Ms. Sirimanne said.

Moreover, the pandemic came at a time when food security and food systems were already under strain across Africa. For example, in East Africa, people are facing a “triple menace” of mutually exacerbating disasters, as ongoing heavy rain hampers attempts to deal with the worst locust crisis in decades, which threatens crops heading into the harvest period and all amid the COVID-19 outbreak.

A multilateral approach to technology assessment

At a parallel session of the virtual Science Forum South Africa 2020, Ms. Sirimanne, explained that “the project will support countries in considering appropriate methodologies for conducting technology assessments to solve sustainable development challenges in a manner that is constructive and inclusive of community-level participation, including women and marginalized groups.”

“We have an opportunity to shape a recovery plan to build back better to ensure that the world is cleaner, greener, healthier, and less unequal,” she added. “And I am hopeful that this project will contribute to our accelerated efforts to achieve meaningful progress in the Decade of Action towards 2030.”

As very few capacity-building workshops on technology assessment are held on the African continent, this will be one of the defining outcomes that the UNCTAD project will address. A series of workshops and advisory sessions on capacity building will support the development of action plans in each target country.

South Africa is one of the initial countries to participate in the project. Ms. Mmampei Chaba of the Department of Science and Innovation expressed her appreciation for the timely launch of the project.

“In South Africa, we are still struggling to attain basic service provision for the whole of society,” she said. “Inequality in areas such as electricity access is a problem. Electricity is largely produced from coal and is unaffordable to many. We hope that a technology assessment will enable us to determine how to adopt new technologies to ensure clean and affordable energy for all.”

UNCTAD will serve as the lead entity in the project implementation with substantive and logistical support from UNEP, FAO, UNECA, and UNDP. The project will commence in early 2021.

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