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The return Of Russia To Africa

As Moscow attempts to re-establish old Soviet ties and buy influence in the continent, it is presenting itself as the alternative...

Nigeria Was Handed Over To Nigerians, Not To Fulani

In the recent past, a short video clip has gone viral titled: ‘Who handed over Nigeria to the Fulani?’ I watched the...

The Misguided Crackdown On Nigeria’s Crypto

Catching many people by surprise on 5 February, the Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) issued arulinginstructing banks and financial institutions to close...

Africa At Work For Women

Following the 2018 LSE Africa Summit which explored the unemployment challenge on the African continent, Fadekemi Abiru explores ways of creating a...

Is Africa The World’s Problem Child?

Before I came to study for a Masters in International Development at the London School of Economics in September 2019, I had...

The Need For Russia-Africa Dialogue

Over the last decade, Russia’s sphere of influence in Africa has been broadening. Among, peace, security and investment, natural resources have been...

Niger-Delta’s Lingering Economic Crime

The decision of a Dutch court in January 2021 to order Shell’s Nigerian subsidiary to compensate local farmers over recurring oil leaks...

Namibia: Who Will Keep The Fire Burning?

Namibia celebrates its 31st independence daythis month. But Namibians are not in a festive mood. A2019 surveyby Afrobarometer, the independent African research...

Cameroon’s Israeli Mercenaries And The Unseen War

In November 2018, Eran Moas basked under the Caribbean sun by an infinity pool stretching towards the horizon. The Israeli citizen was...

‘Digital Authoritarianism’ And The Threat To Basic Rights In Africa.

From internet shutdowns and online surveillance to social media taxes and arrests for anti-government posts, "digital authoritarianism" is a threat to basic...