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Africa’s Coup Wave

At the end of the 1980s, political liberalization swept across Africa, seemingly indicating that it was the continent’s turn to embark on...

Africa’s Economic Growth Depends on Sustainable Businesses

My experience of working in business in Kenya and now with the UN Global Compact, the world’s largest corporate sustainability initiative, is...

How Africa Can Benefit From the Russian-Ukraine Conflict

The geopolitical war between Russia and Ukraine could be a blessing in disguise for exports in Africa, specifically for countries eyeing future...

How Racial Discrimination Of Africans At Ukraine Border Impacts Ukraine-Africa Trade

Ukraine, which has been occupied by the Russian invasion, has also been an investment partner to Africa for a while. Sadly, that...

Russia-Ukraine War: Decoding How African Countries Voted At The UN

In recent weeks the world has witnessed the most tense moments in international relations since the end of the Cold War. This was evident...

How Russia-Ukraine Conflict Could Influence Africa’s Food Supplies

The words of the ancient Greek philosopher, Socrates. Wheat and other grains are back at the heart of geopolitics following...

Unforgettable Injustice Against Ken Saro-Wiwa

Ken Saro- Wiwa's narrative continues to captivate audiences twenty-six years after his death at the hands of Nigeria's last military regime, primarily...

COP26:What Priorities For Africa In The Face Of Climate Change?

On the occasion of the 26th United Nations Conference of Parties on Climate Change (COP26), some twenty African heads of state and...

Nigerian Politicians, Fuel Subsidies, And The Economy

Nigeria, Africa’s biggest oil producer, has come under fire from the International Monetary Fund as well as World Bank for the heavy financial burden...

Beijing May Be Hurting Lagos

After a normal Lagos night, it's the early hours of a sweltering morning in the dry season. Throughout the night, the residents...