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The Office of The Citizen and Why Government Fails In Nigeria - Japheth J. Omojuwa

In January 2013, a few Nigerian citizens got emails about the danger of abandoning Bagega, a lead poisoned village in Zamafara unremediated.

Challenges in creating an African Court of Justice and Human Rights - Chofor Che

The African Union (AU) in an early 2015 historical summit with ministers of AU countries reechoed the desire for the creation of an African Court of Justice and Human Rights (African Court of Justice).

Issues In The Nigerian Presidential Elections - Japheth J. Omojuwa

National insecurity, the economy and Nigeria’s challenge with corruption should dominate the conversation surrounding the nation’s 2015 elections but they have been sideshows to the trivialities that have risen to the fore over the last few weeks.

Comoros: The Dead Island that continues to stifle freedom voices

What image do you get when you think about an island with an exotic name like Comoros? Probably a picturesque island with endless sandy beaches, clear turquoise water, teeming with happy spirited tourists mingling with the locals is probably what you have in mind.

Malawi The Poorest Country In Africa: What’s The Problem? – Peter Yakobe

A few days ago most Malawians were shocked to read the latest World Bank ranking that Malawi is one of the poorest countries in Africa. Personally I wasn’t surprised because that’s the way it is supposed to be according to how Malawi’s current reality.