Politics

    Challenges to Holding Free and Fair Elections in Africa

    Challenges to Holding Free and Fair Elections in Africa

    At least 25 African countries are conducting elections within the 2016/2017 season. While there are successes already recorded from elections in Ghana which was hailed as credible with a high quality of free and fairness.

      Challenges to Holding Free and Fair Elections in Africa

      At least 25 African countries are conducting elections within the 2016/2017 season. While there are successes already recorded from elections in Ghana which was hailed as credible with a high quality of free and fairness.

        Why Uganda President Yoweri Museveni Loves Donald Trump

        Ugandan President Yoweri Museveni over the weekend professed his love for American President Donald Trump and thanked him for reminding Africans he is not their uncle.

          The Major Problems That Africa is Facing Today in 2017

          None of Africa’s problems is beyond the means and resources within the continent. What has largely lacked is proper policy making and implementation.

            East African Governments to Blame for Region's Food Crisis

            The East African region is facing one of the worst droughts in the recent past. Millions are facing starvation and thousands of lives hang in the balance. The need for permanent solution to this devastating cycle has never been more urgent.

              The Evolution of Robert Mugabe: From A Promising Beginning to A Grim Legacy

              So who is Robert Mugabe and how has he held onto power for so long?

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              Kenya Elections 2017: It's Time for Youths to Increase Their Participation in Party Politics

              Kenya Elections 2017: It's Time for Youths to Increase Their Participation in Party Politics

              Kenya goes to the polls on August 8 in what will be the second general election since the promulgation of the current constitution in 2010.

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              A Marriage Between Promise and Pretense: Cabinet Retreat Without Action Is Worthless

              Liberia has a lot to learn from Tanzania especially under the administration of a patriot par excellence, President John Pombe Joseph Magufuli.

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              Human Rights in the Post-Arab Spring Era

              The Arab uprisings have certainly brought about the change but they did not bring about the spring of democracy.

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              El Othmani the Shrink Replaces Benkirane the Jester as Head of Moroccan Government-designate

              The choice of El Othmani, a physician who is a respected psychiatrist is probably not fortuitous; he might just be the right person to nurse back to health the ailing unborn government.

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              Patriotism: The Highest Qualification for National Leadership

              PATRIOTISM goes beyond education. It is putting one’s country above self through devotion and allegiance. When those in authority are patriotic, the country and its people prosper.

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              Kenya Elections 2017: It's Time for Youths to Increase Their Participation in Party Politics

              Kenya goes to the polls on August 8 in what will be the second general election since the promulgation of the current constitution in 2010.

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              The Liberian Legislature: A Legislature of Indigenous Vampires – Part 2

              Liberians need a NEW LIBERIA that seeks a concrete pro-poor agenda driven by a people-centered and patriotic National Legislature. It is time to embrace CHANGE.

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              Moroccan Economic Diplomacy in Africa

              The concept is simple; Morocco will bring fresh capital, expertise and willingness to create wealth and jobs for everyone with no strings attached to it in return for administrative and economic facilities.

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              The Maghreb Union is Dead, Long Live Brave Africa

              In his acceptance speech of the re-admission of Morocco in the African fold, King Mohammed VI declared solemnly the death of the Maghreb Union.

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              The Liberian Legislature: An Unholy Political Theater of Unrepentant Crooks – Part 1

              Why must a poverty-stricken nation like Liberia spend over US$170.8 million in 4 years on just 103 Lawmakers alone when education is a mess?

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              Mohammed VI Romancing Africa

              The late king Hassan II described metaphorically Morocco as a big tree with its roots deeply buried in Africa, its trunk in the Arab-Muslim world and its branches in Europe.

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              Just Before We Wish Buhari Death

              One wonders why news of committed atrocities cannot go a day without been broadcast in news.

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              Algeria: Is the Fire Next Time?

              The strong man of the Algerian regime general Mohamed Mediène, has been ordered into retirement.

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              Moroccan Jews’ Departure to Israel Regretted in Morocco

              In the city of Sefrou, there is a grotto in the hill at the entrance of the city called kaf al-moumen “the cave of the faithful,” a site where, both Muslims and Jews, believe that their saints are buried inside.

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              Yahya Jammeh: The Butterfly That Calls Itself A Bird

              Yahya Jammeh had declared that only God can remove him from power even if he chooses to rule for 1 billion years.

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              Yahya Jammeh Must Go

              Yahya Jammeh must respect the will of the Gambian people and hand over power peacefully.

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