Month: October 2017

News

The Culture of Impunity: Lawal and Janine’s alleged graft Saga

LIBERIA’S PRESIDENTIAL GRAFT SCANDAL UPDATES NEW YORK — Liberia’s Culture of Impunity:  As Tony Lawal, Turncoats Slice Additional $8.9M Taxpayers’…

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Opinion

Beware of Wolf in Sheep Clothing

President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf during her revolutionary days Beware of Wolf in Sheep Clothing: Corrupt Elites Seeking Protection  By Siahyonkron…

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Opinion

The story of Ethiopia’s incredible economic rise

The landscape of Addis Ababa By Dan Kopf Culled from Quartz Africa Ethiopia’s economy is booming, and despite the country’s…

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News

UPDATE: Boko Haram kills 20 in Cameroon, Nigeria attacks

Media source: Agence France-Presse (AFP) Culled from AFP Yaoundé, Oct 30, 2017 (AFP) – At least 20 people were killed…

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President Johnson Sirleaf rejects accusations of election interference

President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf – the dark horse in Liberian politics MONROVIA – The spokesman for Liberian President Ellen Johnson…

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Opinion

IN THE QUICKSAND: Kenya’s repeated presidential poll

Landscape of Nairobi, Kenya By Abdi Latif Dahir, Quartz Nairobi correspondent Kenya’s repeat presidential election on Oct. 26 was marked…

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Nigeria’s President Buhari dismisses top civil servant after corruption investigations

Photo: SGF Babachir Lawal, left, with President Buhari WEST AFRICA––– Nigeria’s President Muhammadu Buhari on Monday dismissed the country’s most…

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Supporters of jailed Senegalese mayor protest in Dakar, urged immunity

Supporters of Khalifa Sall WEST AFRICA ––Thousands of loyalists and supporters of Khalifa Sall, the high-profile Senegalese mayor urged the…

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Gambia spy officers under Jammeh plead not guilty to opposition’s murder

Photo: Ex-president Yahya Jammeh with some of his deadly spies chiefs and soldiers. WEST AFRICA – Ex-Gambian president Yahya Jammeh’s…

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International Development

US pledges $60 million to Sahel regional force

WASHINGTON, DC–– The United States government says it will pledge $60 million to support the new G5 Sahel regional counter-terrorism…

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