South Sudan’s transitional legislative assembly has passed key amendments to the Constitution, allowing the country to return to 10 states. The assembly, which is supposed to act as Parliament for the next 30 months, made changes to the supreme law. This also allows the administration of the three additional areas carved out of the statesContinue reading “South Sudan Assembly Changes Law To Establish 10 States”
As Egypt suffers an economic downturn, migrants and refugees from sub-Saharan countries are experiencing growing abuse and violence. Egyptian President Abdel-Fattah el-Sissi is trying to intervene, making skin-deep reassurances. Sertan Sanderson reports The mega-city of Cairo has long established itself as a key destination for many refugees in the region. People fleeing civil war inContinue reading “Black Africans subject to increasing racist abuse and violence in Egypt – report”
A one-day Workshop christened Diaspora Voting Initiative held in Abuja on Monday, 17 February. Organised by the UK-based Nigeria Diaspora Voting Council, the event was attended by Senator Babafemi Ojudu, Special Adviser on Political Matters to the President who represented Vice-President Yemi Osinbajo; Rt. Honourable Femi Gbajabiamila, the Speaker of the House of Representatives: Hon.Continue reading “Why Nigerians in the Diaspora should be allowed to vote by Prince Ade Omole (UK)”
The elephant rope story: Once upon a time , a gentleman was passing through an elephant camp . Here he noticed that the elephants were not caged in cages or chained as you often see them. Instead the elephants were held back using a small piece of rope tied to one leg. The gentleman wasContinue reading “NO MATTER HOW MUCH THE WORLD TRIES TO HOLD YOU BACK ALWAYS CONTINUE WITH THE BELIEF THAT WHAT YOU WANT TO ACHIEVE IS POSSIBLE”
If Africa must rise from the ashes, we must reduce the influence the West has on our politics, governance, social and cultural ideologies. We must reduce their advice, and most times, blackmail, when it comes to issues between our various tribes. This is important because Africa’s politics and policies are often subjected to our variousContinue reading “Dear Africans; European & American Ideas Can’t Save Us – Only Ours Can”
The present leaders of Africa have already shown a remarkable willingness to consult and seek advice among themselves. Africans have, indeed, begun to think continentally. They realise that they have much in common, both in their past history, in their present problems and in their future hopes.
The greatest contribution that Africa can make to the peace of the world is to avoid all the dangers inherent in disunity, by creating a political union which will also by its success, stand as an example to a divided world. A Union of African states will project more effectively the African personality. It willContinue reading “Project the African personality.”
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