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    Indigenous Peoples Of Nigeria Can Stop The Fulani-led Genocide Against Them, Right Now! By Ndidi Uwechue

    Tyrants tend to disarm their citizens before they unleash slaughter upon them. They use state power to confiscate the private weapons of their people to...

    Economic Integration in West Africa Starts with Road Corridors

    STORY HIGHLIGHTS African countries depend on major road corridors, key drivers of economic activity. Extensive efforts have been made in recent years to remove trade barriers...

    Sanwo-Olu: Celebrating A Kind Hearted Achiever at 56

    By Gboyega Akosile It is common in our clime for praise singers and vuvuzela blowers to be at their best performances, increasing the tempo of...

    The Road Ahead for Africa—Fighting the Pandemic and Dealing with Debt

    By Kristalina Georgieva, IMF Managing Director Excellencies, Ministers, and Dear Friends, I would like to thank President Adesina for inviting me to take part in the...

    Africa needs economic integration to achieve prosperity – Ex-Zimbabwe Deputy PM

    By Usman Aliyu Okada (Edo), June 18, 2021 Prof. Arthur Mutambara, former Deputy Prime Minister of the Republic of Zimbabwe, on Friday reiterated the need...

    WhatsApp’s new privacy policy and its implications for Nigeria

    By Inyene Ibanga In Nigeria, WhatsApp users do not have a choice and have to comply with the new privacy policy. As such, industry stakeholders have...

    A Rejoinder to Igbo Intellectuals on the Biafran Minister in Buhari’s Government

    By Yushau A. Shuaib Recently when I joined up with Jaafar Jaafar and Abdulaziz Abdulaziz as Northern writers in the campaign for the appointment of...

    How to Attract Private Finance to Africa’s Development

    By Abebe Aemro Selassie, Luc Eyraud, and Catherine Pattillo African economies are at a pivotal juncture. The COVID-19 pandemic has brought economic activity to a standstill....

    The Global Economy: on Track for Strong but Uneven Growth as COVID-19 Still Weighs

    A year and a half since the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic, the global economy is poised to stage its most robust post-recession recovery...

    Fulani are not the Problem of Nigeria- An Igbo Woman’s Perspective (A Rejoinder) By Chisom Omeokachie

    Before our dear Government bans opinion writing and blogging in Nigeria, a beautifully written piece titled "One-Sided Report on Igbos: A Fulani Woman’s Dilemma,"...

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