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I ran for President in Cameroon. Here is what I learnt (by Akere T. Muna)

President Biya won disputed elections on 7 October amidst rising unrest in Cameroon LONDON, United Kingdom, November ...

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2019: Atiku vs. Buhari, By Reuben Abati

There has been some clarity about Nigeria’s 2019 Presidential election, with the end of the October 7 ...

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Achieving solutions with farmers isn’t radical: why is it so hard? By Kenny Ewan

A stranger enters the room, from another world, and tells a long-time team to do things differently.

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Buhari, 2019 Elections And The Law, By Reuben Abati

President Muhammadu Buhari reportedly declared in China, last Sunday, that he believes in the idea of free ...

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The Rule of Man, By Sufuyan Ojeifo

President Muhammadu Buhari chose the most auspicious place to officially declare his disdain for the rule of ...

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Policy options for FOCAC 2018

By UKERTOR GABRIEL MOTI As African leaders head to China for the forthcoming 7th Forum for China-Africa ...

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Thoughts on a Tambuwal Presidency, By Okey Ikechukwu

Prince Kasim Afegbu`s intervention on this page last week threw up some interesting aspects of the unfolding ...

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Donald Trump vs South Africa, By EMMANUEL YAWE

Donald Trump will certainly make history as the President who got America more enemies than any other. ...

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A Dry Sallah And Other Stories – REUBEN ABATI

“Baba is back, we thank God” “You have started your mischief again. Baba said he will be ...

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OPINION: Before Buhari tampers with Press Freedom again, By MARTINS OLOJA

Even if we encourage ourselves by wishing for peaceful coverage of the 2019 election processes, as journalists, ...

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