Author: Adewale Daniel Omojowo

Trouble Looms The African Development Bank President

Elected as the 8th President of the African Development Bank and the Former Minister of Agriculture and Rural Development in Nigeria, Mr. Akinwumi Adesina has been subject of several allegations in the past few months. He Succeeded Donald Kaberuka of Rwanda, and resumed office on September 1st, 2015 in Abidjan.

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President Of Ivory Coast Will Not Run For A Third Term

The current and first elected President of The Ivory Coast, Alassane Ouattara, decided not to run for a third term in office. This decision is unlike many of his counterparts in other African countries. Alassane Ouattara has been ruling the country for nine years now and decided not to run

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Conflict Free Africa: Silencing the Guns

The last decade in Africa has been full of challenges for African Heads of State especially in areas of humanitarian crisis, xenophobic attacks, conflict, terrorism, militancy, kidnapping, war, and migration. On the 9th and 10th of February, 2020, African leaders decided to meet under one voice to eradicate these menaces.

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Coronavirus And It Effect On Health

For more than a decade Africa has been battling with all sorts of diseases especially tropical diseases. The war against these diseases can be traced back as far as the pre-colonial, colonial and post-colonial era in Africa, from sleeping sickness to smallpox to malaria. It should also be noted that

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Cameroon Slowly Moving To A War Zone

In recent years, Cameroon – a peaceful country in Central Africa ruled by President Paul Biya – has transitioned from a tranquil harbor to a site of horror. The Cameroonian army has been battling with Boko Haram militants on the northern border alongside security forces from Nigeria, Niger, and Chad.

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Former Ivorian President Release By The International Criminal Court

Merely a year after the Ivorian presidential election in 2010, President Koudou Laurent Gbagbo was arraigned in court by the Ivorian judicial institution and the International Criminal court. In April 2011 Laurent Gbagbo was arrested after a short post-period of civil conflict in which about 3,000 people were killed. Laurent Gbagbo

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The 2018 Korean Dialogue

Decades after 75,000 soldiers from the North Korean People’s Army poured across the 38th parallel, the boundary between the soviet-backed Democratic People’s Republic of Korea, to the north and the pro-western Republic of Korea to the South, led to the death of over 5 million soldiers and civilian lives during

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The Arena Of Bloodshed And Crimes Against Humanity: The Case Of Burundi

For over a three decades now, African political affairs have been dominated by leaders who ‘’eternalise’’ themselves in power thereby plunging their nations into severe poverty, slow growth rate, civil wars, division, and unending bloodshed. This political situation has been rampant all over the African continent and needs to stop.

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Unity, Peace, And Cooperation: A Price To Pay

For a decade now in international and local affairs, the world, in general, have been facing all sorts of issues. These issues have stemmed from war, conflict, disintegration, and terrorism. In addition, the huge violation of human rights and human dignity have been perpetrated by some tyrant leaders and some terrorists

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State Of The Humanitarian Crisis In Northeastern Nigeria

For over a decade now, the northeastern region of Nigeria has been experiencing constant terrorist attacks and killings of innocent refugees and displaced persons. Nigeria shares borders with Cameroon, Chad, and Niger, all of which are situated around the Lake Chad Basin. Over the years, the Lake Chad Basin has

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South Africa: In Opposition To The Legacy Of Nelson Mandela

For over five years now, Africans have supported the mass killing of their fellow African brothers and sisters. Countries like Angola, Equatorial Guinea, Morocco, Egypt, Sudan, Somalia, and South Africa have been blacklisted by many research experts in homicide and genocide attacks. South Africa, a country that has witnessed one of

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A New Dawn For Gambia

Like most African leaders, Yahya Jammeh has been in power for over 22 years in Gambia and, has, during his term in office imprisoned many political personalities and freedom fighters, killed many, and ruled his country as a monarch. It should be recalled that Gambia’s authoritarian President of 22 years,

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Can Paul Biya Still Guarantee Peace In Cameroon?

  Cameroon’s population is estimated at 23,636,676 in 2016, which is against a 2.51% increase from the year before (2015). Like most of the countries situated in Sub Saharan Africa, the United Republic of Cameroon gained its independence January 1, 1960 with Ahmadou Ahidjo being the first President of the

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Release Of The First Ever African Passport By AU

  On May 25, 1963, the 32 African states that had achieved independence agreed to establish the organization of African Unity (OAU). However, as time passed, the organization saw other member states join the institution. In a bid to re-shape the organization, the former chairperson, President Thabo Mbeki disbanded and

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Results Of An Unending War: The Syrian Crisis

  Results Of An Unending War: The Syrian Crisis   For some years now, the Syrian people have not witnessed any iota of peace since their last protest on 15 March 2011. After the Arab Spring blew over, North Africa immediately set down alternation in power in Egypt, Tunisia, and

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