Chofor Che is a columnist with African Liberty

Chofor Che: Primary education without government coercion; The case of Cameroon

 On Thursday the 20th of August 2015, the government of Cameroon closed down over 250 so called clandestine primary schools. This government measure also included the closing down of some Muslim religious institutions which the government claimed were operating without authorization.   According to a report by Africa 24 aired on television on Sunday the 23rd […]

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Ghana Hosts 9th Students & Young Professionals Academy (SYPALA 2015)

 The Students and Young Professionals African Liberty Academy (SYPALA) is the educational wing of the globally respected Ghana-based think tank, IMANI Center for Policy and Education.  SYPALA was started in Ghana in 2007 and has since been held in five African Universities in five countries. This year’s seminar will be held in Ghana, specifically at […]


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Onuoha Frank: Perspectives On The Nigerian Economy and Economic Freedom

 There are fences in virtually every strata of the Nigerian economy. Fences in this context, suggest physical or manmade barriers that impede the movement of goods and services from one point to another. It also portrays a situation where government meddles in every aspect of production in the economic chain of a country. In pre-colonial […]

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Japheth J, Omojuwa: Nigeria and The Battle of Ideas

 The battle for the soul of Nigeria is a battle between the status quo and reforms. The status quo has been winning the battle for over half a century, the reformists have a battle in their hands and the odds are very much against them. The realities of the prevailing victory of the status quo […]