Bukola Ogunyemi: An Inquest Into Nigeria’s Culture Of Corporate Corruption


 According to public finance experts, Nigeria’s federally collected revenue from 1999 to 2014 stood at $690 billion. But you don’t have to live in Nigeria to know N138 trillion worth of human and infrastructural development does not exist anywhere. So how did Nigeria end up with stagnated development, less than appreciable growth, lower foreign reserves […]

Tunisia Parliament Receives $184 Million Support From The European Union

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   In a bid to strengthen the operations of the Tunisian Assembly, representatives of the European Union (EU) have paid a visit to Tunisia to support the country with €1.63 million (about $184m). President of the French National Assembly, Claude Bartolone is in Tunisia on a two-day official working visit in the north African country, […]

To Repair Our Reputation And Assure Our Partners That Nigeria Has CHANGED – Fashola Lists Gains From Buhari’s Foreign Trips


 In making this public intervention, I seek to highlight the benefit of global relationships and cooperation in a world that is changing daily as a result of globalisation and transborder economics, social and even criminal activities where no one is safe, except all are safe, and to leave the dispassionate observer his opinion after deep […]

Samson Itodo: Understanding the Nigerian Electoral (Amendment) Act, 2015

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 Introduction One of the pre-conditions for free, fair and credible elections is a coherent, unambiguous legal framework. This is so because elections are predicated on the viability and potency of a legal architecture anchored on the principles of inclusion, integrity, justice and equity. The Electoral legal framework defines political relationships, creates a framework for the […]

How Ugandans Evaded An Election Day Internet Crackdown


 On Thursday, Ugandans went to the polls in a presidential election that will decide the future of Yoweri Kaguta Museveni, who first took power in a 1986 coup. But as voting began Thursday morning, Museveni’s government cut off access to social media platforms including Facebook, Whatsapp and Twitter. However, the blockage can be circumvented via […]

Investors Exit Uganda Stock Exchange As Election Nears


  Jittery investors at the Uganda Stock Exchange (USE) are exiting their equity portfolio for high-yielding safer government securities ahead of a hotly contest presidential election in a week’s time. Uganda’s presidential election pitting the incumbent Yoweri Museveni, 71, who’s running for the fourth-term, against his former Prime Minister Amama Mbabazi and opposition leader Kizza […]