As Nigerians prepare to choose between two “lesser evils,” polls are delayed and AU observers gear up to monitor Africa’s most popular country’s general election

ABUJA, Nigeria–––Nigerians are amongst brilliant and talented people in Africa and the world.  They are doctors, engineers, scientists, lawyers, business…

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Abdul Fattah al-Sisi: Egyptian president may rule until 2034

Culled from the BBC Egypt’s parliament has overwhelmingly voted to approve draft constitutional changes that could extend President Abdul Fattah…

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Africa indexes significant progress in refining health outcomes: ECA

LONDON ––Last Friday, the UN Economic Commission for Africa (ECA) said that the African continent had made considerable progress in…

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UN recounts 35 humanitarian incidents in South Sudan in January this year

NAIROBI, Kenya ––The United Nations say about 35 incidents affecting aid operations were conveyed in South Sudan in January this…

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AU urges concerted efforts to eradicate child labor in Africa

NAIROBI, Kenya–––On Friday, the African Union (AU) Commission urged its member countries and partners to join hands in eradicating child…

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A Rebuttal to ‘Why the Liberian Economy Has Gone to the Dogs: A Spotlight on the Misrule of Amara Konneh’ – Globe Afrique, February 14, 2019

A formal response from Amara Konneh’s Media Team Amara Konneh left the Ministry of Finance and Development Planning (MFDP), and…

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Globe Afrique Strongly Condemns the Cowardly Attacks on Roots FM

An efficient and useful press is vital in maintaining good governance and a healthy democracy in Liberia. Henceforth, Globe Afrique…

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Egypt’s strongman el-Sissi Elected New Chairman of the African Union

ADDIS ABABA – The African Union at its continental body’s summit in Ethiopia, elected Egypt’s President Abdel-Fattah el-Sissi as the…

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UN official blasts Nigeria’s President Buhari over suspension of top judge; Atiku fears electoral fraud

NEW YORK – Nigeria’s President Muhammadu Buhari comes under excessive national, regional and international condemnation for acts political observers termed…

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South African President Ramaphosa expressed anger for power cuts, electricity rationing

NEW YORK – As elections approaches, South Africa’s President Cyril Ramaphosa says he is “quite angry” with the state-owned electricity…

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