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By IndepthAfrica
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Apr 21st, 2014
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By Prince Charles Dickson Any man who reads too much and uses his own brain too little falls into lazy habits of thinking. Albert Einstein  They have been dragging the matter, “write the test, no, we won’t write any test, its a ploy to sack us, it is political, and all the noise remains.&...
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Apr 21st, 2014
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Ahmed El-Sayed Al-Naggar, ahramonline Ethiopia’s ‘logic’ behind the construction of the Renaissance Dam is shocking, perhaps even more so than the issue of the dam itself. Addis Ababa is either unaware of such a thing as international law, in place to regulate water relations among countr...
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Apr 21st, 2014
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by Ogbuefi Blogs Nigeria’s three northern states of Borno, Yobe and Adamawa is being decimated by Islamist insurgency. The Nigerian military forces have since initiated a major operation in those north-east aimed at eliminating Boko Haram. The terrorists have targeted public infrastructures, cl...
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Apr 21st, 2014
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By Alemayehu G Mariam Last week, in a bizarre display of faux outrage and indignation, the regime in Ethiopia unleashed its big “experts” to go after International Rivers, an organization that has been leading the global struggle to protect rivers and the rights of indigenous communities that depend ...
By benim
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Apr 21st, 2014
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By: Ibrahim Al-bakri Nyei pericle925@yahoo.com Over the last few weeks, our dear nation, Liberia, has been attacked by the deadly Ebola virus. From all indications, we lack the capacity to counter the virus in a rapid and effective way. This is evidenced by the fact that we have not been able to mobi...
By IAfrica
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Apr 21st, 2014
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By Steve Paterno The theme of this article develops as a result of my extensive research and writings on a culture of revenge killings among South Sudanese communities, particularly among cattle herding communities. Of recent, with abundant supplies of deadly arms to civilians, the age old ethnic riv...
By IAfrica
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Apr 21st, 2014
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Open letter to the President Dear President Jacob Zuma. I have this honour to address you my President with a similar political scandal situation such as former US President Richard Nixon. I am asking you to look at Nixon’s and make judgments by yourself. You are a democratically elected President of...
By IndepthAfrica
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Apr 20th, 2014
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By Femi Fani-Kayode Permit me to begin this contribution with some basic truisms: firstly that God is great and that He alone forges the destiny of nations and rules in the affairs of men. Secondly that He is faithful and true and that He alone is worthy of our fear and of our praise. Lest […]...
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Apr 20th, 2014
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By Mausi Segun The Nigerian government seems able only to verbally condemn the extremist violence, writes Mausi Segun.   The bomb explosion in Abuja last Monday provided one of the most gruesome images yet in Nigeria’s battle against extremist violence in its northern region. The pieces of metal...
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Apr 20th, 2014
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by Kallys Albert Sr After reading the piece, “A dancing President and a mourning nation” Bayo Olupo hunda, Thursday April 17, 2014, I could but simply disagree with author Bayo to the extent article failed to X-ray the root causes and effects of the present insecurity in Nigeria, but merely to castig...