Dave Okonjie

Dave Okonjie is a public affairs analyst, researcher and senior issues correspondent.
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In a letter to President Buhari, Obasanjo warns of ‘Rwanda-type genocide’ in Nigeria

LAGOS – Nigeria – Former Nigerian President Olusegun Obasanjo has voiced a tough opinion on the current insecurity crisis in…

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Nigeria, Benin sign African continental free trade agreement

LAGOS, Nigeria—On S Sunday, July 7, 2019, Nigeria and Benin signed the treaty that establishes the African Continental Free Trade…

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Gunmen killed four Police officers in a police station attack in Nigeria

ABUJA—Four Nigerian police were reported killed yesterday, Monday while on duty.  Local police authorities confirmed that one divisional police officer…

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Two longest serving African dictators who await their fall

LAGOS, Nigeria – Dictatorship in Africa is facing tremendous challenges, as citizens of several African nations have generated the courage…

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Nigeria: ‘Children used’ as suicide bombers in Borno attack

LAGOS, Nigeria – Government and international relief and development authorities in Nigeria say radical terrorist group Boko Haram is using…

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Africa’s giant Nigeria elects Congressman Femi Gbajabiamila as the new speaker of parliament

ABUJA, Nigeria— The Federal Republic of Nigeria has elected a new speaker of parliament and put in place several heads…

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Outspoken Student Activist Martin Kollie accuses Liberian government of denying him travel document, driver’s license

LAGOS, Nigeria – It appears things are becoming worse in Liberia for activists and human rights crusaders who are holding…

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8 people killed in Cameroon’s restless Anglophone region

LAGOS, Nigeria – Over the weekend, eight people were killed and several others injured last Saturday in Ekona, a local…

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Liberia nearing a ‘failed state’ predicament as thousands gathered to decry corruption, misrule, and hardship

MONROVIA, Liberia –  Thousands of Liberians gathered throughout their country to protest what most described as “misrule, bad governance, widespread…

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Did married Liberian Catholic Priest Father Gabriel Sawyer speak truth about being sexually abused?

LAGOS, Nigeria – A Liberian Catholic priest, Father Gabriel Sawyer currently seeking an opportunity to stay in the United States,…

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