Despite, environmental health-related risks are becoming a primary concern in Nigeria, with diverse environmental problems such as air pollution, water pollution, oil spillage, deforestation, desertification, erosion, and flooding (due to inadequate drainage systems) caused mostly by anthropogenic activities her environmental and intercultural journalists are now on their way to do ground reportage as they have a new professional association.

Obviousl, Mr. Daud Abdi Daud, president of the WOFEJ offered a brief review of what WOFEJ is about. He mentioned how important Nigeria is and why it should be well represented globally.

Following a lively discussion and consensus, the Nigeria environmental and intercultural journalists unanimously selected the name as its own: Nigerian Federation of Environmental Journalists (NFEJ) and election of contact persons as Presidium Committee of NFEJ:

The World Federation of Environmental and Intercultural Journalists (WOFEJ) aims to remind the human kinds at all the legality processes could cause interactions between one or more cultures because along with other Aid and humanitarian emergency professionals, journalists are often “first responders” when an earthquake, prolonged conflict, civil war or a terrorist attack devastates a community.

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