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    Museveni and Magufuli Tell EU to Leave Burundi Alone and Focus on Brexit Headache

    Museveni and Magufuli Tell EU to Leave Burundi Alone and Focus on Brexit Headache

    On his part, Tanzania’s Magufuli said, “they (Europeans) are taking sanctions against Burundi when they are facing difficulties at home like the Brexit.”

      Liberia’s President Facilitates Official and Systemic Corruption

      Our leaders in Liberia, both elected and appointed, are not only addicted to unpatriotic behaviors, they equally have a theft of public resources problem.

        Museveni and Magufuli Tell EU to Leave Burundi Alone and Focus on Brexit Headache

        On his part, Tanzania’s Magufuli said, “they (Europeans) are taking sanctions against Burundi when they are facing difficulties at home like the Brexit.”

          Mugabe is Responsible for Killing Zimbabwe

          Former Zimbabwean vice president, Joice Mujuru, at a campaign rally in Gutu over the weekend said President Robert Mugabe is responsible for all the current problems the country is facing.

            Churches Ask Prime Minister Mosisili and Deputy to Sign Election Acceptance Pledge

            The Christian Council of Lesotho has allegedly asked Prime Minister Pakalitha Mosisili and his deputy Mothetjoa Metsing to sign a pledge to accept the outcome of the upcoming polls.

              Former Minister of Aviation Warned on His Plans to Overthrow Ailing Buhari

              O'odua Progressives Youth Movement has handed a warning to former minister of aviation, Femi Fani-Kayode against his recent mockery comments that suggest he plans to incite the military to overthrow President Buhari.

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              The Libyan Dilemma

              The Libyan Dilemma

              Libya, as a country and as a state, does not seem to exist anymore, it has been replaced by various warring “paper governments,” fundamentalist religious groupings and military factions and recently even ISIS.

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              Why African Youth Need to Celebrate Africa Day

              Today marks 54 years since the first ever Africa Day celebrations occurred as a commemoration of the foundation of the Organisation of African Unity now known as the African Union.

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              The Libyan Dilemma

              Libya, as a country and as a state, does not seem to exist anymore, it has been replaced by various warring “paper governments,” fundamentalist religious groupings and military factions and recently even ISIS.

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              Tackling Urban Disasters: The Role of a Legislative Framework as a First Step to Risk Reduction

              Urban hazards in Africa include poorly constructed buildings, fires, and flooding. The high accumulation of people and assets in cities make vulnerability to these hazards high. What are the first steps in tacking urban disasters?

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              In Liberia: A Hopeless Unification Day – Part II

              Our sweet land of liberty has been torn apart by greed, nepotism, corruption, inequality and patronage. Liberia has become a bitter land of misery. What a hopeless unification day!

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              Are Terrorists Born, Or Made?

              Does "All terrorists are Muslims" mean "All Muslims are terrorists?"

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              Dear African Child

              A letter for the Activists and Youth Leaders across the continent. Written with love, For the years Ahead.

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              Liberia Spends over US$10.2 Million on Just Six Public Offices in 12 Months

              It is no secret that officials of government in Liberia are becoming millionaires even though 81.86% of Liberians remain poor.

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              Emmanuel Macron Puts His Youth at the Service of a France on the Move

              The election of the young centrist Emmanuel Macron is a global victory and a success for all mankind eager for democracy, justice, human rights, fraternity and dialogue.

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              The Volatile Politics of the Greater Middle East

              The Saudi hopes of becoming a regional power and sole spokesman for the Muslim world have been dashed on the rock of American realpolitik.

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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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