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Liberia’s 2017 Presidential Election: The Danger of Identity Politics and Tribalism

By Jones Nhinson Williams In defense of decriminalizing marijuana use globally, former United Nations’ secretary general, Kofi Annan, once wrote…

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Voters’ Hesitation in the Ensuing 2017 Election: “The Case of the VR Process”

On February 8, 2017, a week after the voter registration process started, the National Election Commission (NEC) declares to have…

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Ghana’s Wednesday’s Presidential Election: Toughest In Country’s History

Main Opposition leader Nana Akufo-Addo (left) and President John Drahami Mahama (right) shake hands Accra – As the desire for…

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Election

Gambian Election winner promises ‘a new Gambia’

Gambians gather for a photo around president elect Adama Barrow, center, at his residence in Yundum, Gambia, Saturday Dec. 3,…

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Will Gambia’s Strongman Jammeh Concede in The 2016’s Election?

The Gambia will be going to the polls on the first of December, 2016. Public hysteria for a change is…

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Somalia’s Parliamentary Election: The Face of Fraud And Corruption

Considerable instances of fraud, cheating, corruption and voter intimidation have marred the ongoing parliamentary elections in war ravaged Somalia. Gen…

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