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The War  in PDP’s Legacy House

By  OKEY IKECHUKWU With the presidential elections only a few weeks away, the question on the table is: ...

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What Angola can learn from Nigeria as it creates remarkable opportunities for marginal oil production

Opinion Editorial   The Nigerian experience with marginal oil field development had measurable success, with 24 licenses ...

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Ghana: The curious case of Mahama’s ‘me alone and me again’ politics

By KWAME ABREFAH The former president of Ghana, John Mahama, has started his campaign to become president ...

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If Ghanaians had voted Akufo-Addo in 2008, Ghana would have advanced by now

I have always maintained that Ghanaians made a terrible mistake by voting NPP out in 2008 general ...

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2019: el-Rufai’s ‘Almost done deal’ can’t be assured, BY SIMON REEF MUSA

A child who is afraid of the burial ground is forced to whistle away his fear when ...

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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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