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  • Liberia: Liberia's Last Ebola Survivor Walks Out
    [FrontPageAfrica] Beatrice Yardolo, 58, was all smiles as she walked out of the Chinese-run Ebola Treatment Unit in Monrovia. Her brush with the deadly Ebola Virus left a chilling effect on her and members of her immediate family. She was presented a bouquet of red flowers and a panda teddy bear as she exited the ETU in the SKD community in Paynesville.
  • Kenya: MPs Reject Bill Denying Women Upkeep in Estranged Relationships
    [Capital FM] Nairobi -Efforts by Homa Bay MP Peter Kaluma to introduce amendments to Children's Act to give men the right to live with and provide for the children without having to cater for their mothers have been thwarted after MPs rejected it.
  • Zimbabwe: What Is Zimbabwe's Real Maternal Mortality Rate?
    [Africa Check] Two conflicting figures for pregnancy and childbirth related deaths in Zimbabwe appeared in the last week. Do 525 women die for every 100,000 live births, or is the figure almost double that?

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Strategic Research and Analysis

  • Election 2015 : NALC  Cautions Nigeria's  Stakeholders Election 2015 : NALC Cautions Nigeria's Stakeholders
    PRESS RELEASE
    Nigerian-American Leadership Council(NALC) Tasks Stakeholders to Maintain the Sanctity of the New Elections Schedule

    February 11, 2015: 

    Washington, DC,


    The Nigerian-American Leadership Council (NALC) has just concluded a high-stakes briefing session in Washington, DC; pursuant to the recent postponement of Nigeria’s National elections, which was originally scheduled for February 14,...
  •  Jonathan's Nigeria and  US : John Kerry Diplomacy in Nigeria Jonathan's Nigeria and US : John Kerry Diplomacy in Nigeria
    It does not take a geo-political expert to ascertain and even make conclusion that United States diplomacy in Nigeria is becoming unclear and somehow, incomprehensive.  United States Secretary of State John F. Kerry was recently in lagos , Nigeria to meet the two presidential candidates of the top political parties, People's Democratic Party (PDP) and All Progressives Congress (APC), respectively  .

    Kerry held a brief meeting with...
  • Jonathan or Buhari:  South East and Igbo hold the Trump card for 2015 Election Jonathan or Buhari: South East and Igbo hold the Trump card for 2015 Election
    The Igbo people around the country and South East political zone in particular will ultimately decide who will be next Nigerian president. The arithmetic is quite easy to understand and the only zone that does not necessary connected directly to the main political actors is the South East political zone.  There are no Igbo vying to be president or vice president in any of the major political parties in the country. Therefore the process and the interim...
  • Peter Obi:  The conscience of a capitalist on Nation building, Budget and Economy Peter Obi: The conscience of a capitalist on Nation building, Budget and Economy
    For Nigeria to succeed in the arduous task of nation building with sustainable wealth creation in 21st century, Nigeria needs men and women that comprehend and appreciate the complexity of the modern political economy in the emerging 21st century.  Innovations, superb intellectuality, prudence and scientific breakthroughs are the hallmarks of greatness in the emerging 21st century.   Peter Obi, the former governor of  Anambra State, is a Nigerian...
  •  President Jonathan Vs Gen. Buhari:  May the best man for 21st century Nigeria  win President Jonathan Vs Gen. Buhari: May the best man for 21st century Nigeria win
    First and foremost, what do I mean by 21st century Nigeria?   The word 21st century is now ubiquitous and superfluous in any political and economic dialogue but its significance have not diminished nor become pliable.   21st century has been called the century of possibilities and at one point it has been called the African century.  The 21st century is anticipated to be a century that Africa will put her house in order and take her place under...
  • Ben Affleck on goodwill and sustainable livelihood in Congo Ben Affleck on goodwill and sustainable livelihood in Congo
    Affleck needs no introduction especially among those who are conversant with Hollywood. Affleck is a Hollywood movie star, who has distinguished himself with his goodwill and philanthropic endeavors.     He is the founder of the foundation, Eastern Congo Initiative, which is dedicated to a vision of “an eastern Congo vibrant with abundant opportunities for economic and social development, where a robust civil society can flourish. ECI believes...
  • Uzo Aduba, star of ‘Orange Is the New Black’ – “My mother is a survivor of the Igbo genocide.” Uzo Aduba, star of ‘Orange Is the New Black’ – “My mother is a survivor of the Igbo genocide.”
    I am the daughter of Nigerian immigrants. My mother is a survivor of both polio and of the Igbo genocide during her country’s civil war in the late 1960s. Each Igbo name has a story behind it, so upon my birth, my mother carefully chose my name to be Uzoamaka, which means “the road is good.”   My mother is a fighter. After she battled polio and learned to walk again, the doctors told her she would be a cripple her entire life. Instead of...
  •  Nigeria’s naira officially devalues; Interest rate raised as oil price plummets Nigeria’s naira officially devalues; Interest rate raised as oil price plummets
    Analysis
    As crude oil price continues to nosedive and with limited war chest to shield naira, the Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) has officially devalued naira by 8 percent and raised interest rates by 100 basis points.   Godwin Emefiele, the CBN governor and the delegated chair of Nigeria’s Reserve apex bank announced the development in Abuja after the emergence meeting with the members of the Monetary Policy Committee. With this devaluation...
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