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How Uganda’s president became what he once fought against

Part of rebuilding U.S. democratic institutions is fighting for them abroad. Uganda, where an aging ruler has evolved from reformer to tyrant, would be a good place to start.

Brexit and the consequences for Africa

There are several ways that Brexit could benefit Africa with British economic expansion turning again toward its erstwhile commonwealth members and other African countries. AfricanNews outlines a concise framework - How will...

Are Ugandans ready for the coming January 2021 revolution?

After the national disasters of Idi Amin and Milton Obote it seemed inconceivable that Ugandans would again let another tyrant petrify their populace for more than thirty years running. But that is what has happened in...

Sierra Leone’s tech-aided war on corruption

The West African nation's fight against corruption started bearing fruit when political will, supported by international partners, began mixing with digital technology. Can Sierra Leone be a model for the rest of Africa?

Nigeria: A Presidential Comeuppance

When defenceless farmers are butchered in one fell swoop, harvesting their crop, does the sheer suggestion that they met their deaths because they did not seek military cover not speak to the parlous state of a...

Nigeria`s religious barbarism gets world attention

Buhari is himself a Muslim and member of the Fulani ethnic group, which along with the barbaric Boko Haram jihadists, is responsible for Christian killings going on unhindered under his watch.

Seychelles: Why Africa is slow on good governance

IN THE past 20 years only 8 African countries could eschew official corruption and impunity in their so called constitutional democracies through the institution of transparency, justice, fair-play and rule-of-law. The European Union, United...

Ghana, West Africa, without Jerry “Jesus” Rawlings

After over two decades of checking Ghana's unruly political space, the Jerry Rawlings revolution in West Africa remained a political reference point which sent chills of warning down the spines of endemically corrupt politicians who litter...

Nobel-winning Ethiopian PM has overseen country’s descent into barbarity and madness

For many Ethiopians, Abiy Ahmed is an imposter figure – Tigray sources even allege he could be a CIA agent – who has overseen the weakening of a proud independent nation, the only African nation that...

#EndSARS and #BuhariResign continue to greet Nigeria president’s traitorous speech

Protesting Nigerian youths have profiled their president's speech as traitorous and failing to acknowledge savage military and police killings at Lekki and the endemic rot of his sectionalist government Regime lleader Muhammadu...
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How Uganda’s president became what he once fought against

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Are Ugandans ready for the coming January 2021 revolution?

After the national disasters of Idi Amin and Milton Obote it seemed inconceivable that Ugandans would again let another tyrant petrify...
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