Ethiopian Mel Tewahade says begging and borrowing is simply not enough to develop your country
Speaking on the subject of Agriculture and self-development Mel Tewahade, Ethiopian spokesman for the Royal family in Addis Ababa, and CEO of ‘Infinity Wealth Management’ says a country cannot be developed just on borrowing and lending alone, but rather by the hands of the people. Tewahade spoke to Q95 in an exclusive interview hosted by Q95’s Hot Seat host Mathias Peltier.
Meantime, Tewahade says when dealing with Insurance, one of the key things to keep in mind is to be prepared beforehand.
Tewahade is a financial advisor / broker for a company known as DMI; he is also CEO of Infinity Wealth Management, and spokesman for the Prince of Ethiopia and the Royal Family.
CEO & founder of Infinity Wealth Management, Mel Tewahade
Glenroy SoSo Cuffy is new UWP Candidate for the Roseau Central Seat for the next General elections
Glenroy 'SoSo' Cuffy has been announced as the new candidate who will contest the next General elections for the Roseau Central constituency.
He replaces Joseph Isaac who recently cut ties with the United Workers Party to join the Dominica Labour Party in Parliament, and was later named Minister for the Environment, Climate Resilience, Disaster Management & Urban Renewal.
Joshua Francis has been re-elected as Deputy Leader.
Francis was re-elected at the party's delegate's conference on the weekend.
CODAN Radio Communication Field Operation Manager McKenna hope to boost Dominica communication network
Field and operations manager for CODAN Radio communications, Allan McKenna says he and his team are here to boost the communication network of Dominica, post hurricane Maria.
While speaking on Q95’s Hot Seat show on Monday 30th April, McKenna said despite the mountainous terrain and the fact that Dominica is not a country which specializes in High Frequency communications, CODAN will still be able to effectively set up Bay Stations to support communications and hospitals in the region.
Meantime, McKenna touts CODAN’s first Bay Station Installation at the Princess Margaret Hospital.
McKenna says his team has tested all seven sites for HF Communications in Dominica, and this upgrading of the communications network will be crucial for establishing communication after a disaster strikes.
Field and operations manager for CODAN Radio communications, Allan McKenna
UWP General Secretary Nicholas George announces 2 new candidates for the next general elections
General Secretary of the United Workers Party Nicholas George has announced two new candidates who will represent the United Workers Party in the Roseau Central Constituency and Cottage, in the wake of the upcoming General Elections.
George says Glenroy “SoSo” Cuffy will run the Roseau Central Seat and Marcus Romaine will run for Cottage. George spoke to Q95 news on 29th April 2018.
United Workers Party General Secretary Nicholas George
Global Residence &Citizenship firm Henley & Partnersrank Dominica’s CBI program as 5th in the Caribbean
Leading Global Residence & Citizenship planning firm Henley & Partners has ranked Dominica’s CBI program as fifth in the Caribbean.
The company recently released its Quality of Nationality Index for 2017 which ranks the quality of nationalities worldwide based on both internal and external factors. Antigua and Barbuda’s program ranked number one, followed by St. Kitts in second place.
St. Lucia ranked first, Grenada ranked fourth and Dominica occupied the fifth place position. The report stated that the programs in Dominic and Grenada continue to show a slight improvement in value in 2017.
“Thus, the nationality of Dominica scored 38.5% on the 2017 General Ranking, 0.3% more than in the previous year, and the Grenadian nationality scored 39.4%, 0.5% more than in the previous year,” it said.
Henley & Partners has said its Quality of Nationality Index is a comprehensive ranking system that measures nationalities by a set of clear and transparent criteria. The firm said it ensures a high level of reliability by using a wide variety of strictly quantifiable data to gauge the opportunities and limitations that nationalities impose on citizens.
However, reports by the firm have not always been welcomed.
In 2016 Founder and President of Apex Capital Partner (a Dominica CBI agent), Nuri Katz, trashed a report by Henley & Partners which ranked Dominica CBI as last in the world.
Katz, who was recently named Dominica’s resident ambassador to Russia, said the firm was simply promoting its products since it was agents of countries like Antigua which continues to get high rankings.
Newly elected NYCD President Paul Baron outlies three themes on which the new council will focus
The National Youth Council of Dominica has elected its Communications Officer Paul Baron as its new President, taking over from Senator Jahisiah Benoit, who served as the former President of the council. The new executive of the NYC was selected at the council's General Assembly on Saturday at the Newtown primary school. Baron says he hopes to bring a positive change in the lives of the youth as he serves in this position.
Meantime Baron has highlighted the role of the youth in creating a climate resilient nation.
Newly elected President of the NYC Paul Baron
Baron beat challenger Phael Lander 84-26 to win the Presidency. Kerdisha St Louis was elected first Vice President with Terese Morancie as second Vice President.
David Thornhill was elected unopposed as Chairman of the National Youth Council.
Daniel Panthier is Publicity Coordinator, with Kenu Winston as assistant Secretary treasurer, and Yannick Registe and Carsim Birmingham as committee members. Baron will serve as president for a period of 2 years in the first instance.
Third annual sex week hosted by Caribbean HIV/Aids partnership in Dominica kicks off today
A four-corner sex fair, safer sex workshop and a gender-based violence referral pathway networking training are among a number of activities planned for Sex week 2018.
The third annual sex week which is being hosted by the Caribbean HIV/Aids partnership in Dominica kicks off today.
Caribbean HIV/Aids Partnership Dominica Chairperson, Arlene Gregoire
She says the sex week activities are meeting their objectives.
Caribbean HIV/Aids Partnership Dominica Chairperson, Arlene Gregoire
Ethiopian Cancer survivor Mel Tewahade shares his story on how he won two battles against cancer
A survivor of 2 cases of cancer, Ethiopian Mel Tewahade shared his stories with the people of Dominica on how he won two battles with cancer.
Mr. Mel Tewahade is a financial advisor, broker for company known as DMI, CEO of Infinity Wealth Management and spokesman for the prince of Ethiopia and the royal family, and a cancer survivor.
In an exclusive interview at Q95 radio, Mr. Tewahade shared his story with the people.
Mr. Tewahade went on to say that, cancer isn’t an automatic death sentence. As long you stay positive, and stay ahead, you will be ok.
CEO& founder of Infinity Wealth Management, Mel Tewahade.
An unidentified woman was killed and about six people were injured in a crash on Mandela Highway in Jamaica
An unidentified woman was killed and about six people were injured in a crash on Mandela Highway
A man who claimed to have witnessed yesterday's crash said one motorist heading to Kingston was in the process of overtaking another vehicle when it hit the back of a garbage truck that was going in the same direction. The out-of-control vehicle then spun around and hit the one it was attempting to overtake.
Both vehicles, the man claimed, then hit the concrete barrier before slamming into a hearse and another vehicle. Head of the Police Traffic and Highway Division Superintendent Courtney Coubrie said the accident, which happened about 2:00 pm, took place on the newly built stretch of Mandela Highway, which is being upgraded to accommodate six lanes of traffic.
Coubrie, who was unable to state what could have caused the accident, said the unidentified woman was thrown from the vehicle and died on the spot.
“Don't be distracted when you driving that stretch of road. Look steadfast ahead of you and drive carefully until you clear that stretch. I believe distraction has a lot to do with some of these things,” he said, adding that some motorists travel at excessive speeds, especially on the west-bound side of the dual carriageway. “Cut your speed considerably when approaching that area,” Coubrie pleaded.
Missiles hit some military sites in northern Syria Sunday night; 26 pro-government fighters, mostly Iranians, were killed
Missiles hit a number of military sites in northern Syria on Sunday night
The Syrian military said facilities in Hama and Aleppo provinces were struck.
A UK-based monitoring group said 26 pro-government fighters were killed, most of them Iranians.It is not known who was behind the attacks.Earlier this month, the US, UK and France bombed three facilities they said were associated with the Syrian government's alleged chemical weapons program.
Israel is meanwhile alleged to have hit an airbase in Homs province reportedly serving as an Iranian drone command centre and containing an advanced Iranian air defence system. Seven Iranian soldiers were among 14 military personnel killed in that attack.
sources are saying 26 pro-government fighters were killed in the strikes. Four were Syrian and the others were foreigners; a vast majority of whom were Iranians. It is also noted that the death toll might rise, as 60 fighters were wounded, some of them seriously, and several others were missing.
Sources say that given the nature of the targets, the attacks were likely to have been carried out by Israel. But Israeli Intelligence Minister Yisrael Katz said that he was "not aware" of the strikes.
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