By Alkali Amana When the African Union (AU) Heads of State held a summit in Sandton, South Africa, in June 2015, a major highlight of the event was the due recognition of President Edgar Lungu, for leading his country, Zambia, in the critical and heartwarming drive to end Gender-Based Violence...
By Alkali Amana Alongside other excellent African leaders, in a ceremony with glamour to commemorate Sierra Leone’s 60th independence anniversary, President Adama Barrow of Gambia has been awarded the Order of Grand Commander of the Republic of Sierra Leone (GCRS) in recognition of his key role in promoting peace, rule...
By Walcott Aganu “Given the scale of trauma caused by the genocide, Rwanda has indicated that however thin the hope of a community can be, a hero always emerges.” Wole Soyinka Twenty-seven years after the Rwandan genocide that killed over 1 million people, Rwanda has risen from a devastated nation to...
After food, shelter is one of the three basic needs that are vital for the physical survival of man. Every category and demographic of humans need shelter for the effectiveness of other aspects of their lives. In the area of learning, shelter is an important factor for all the...
By Walcott Aganu “In the face of the most severe political and economic issues, including violent extremism and increasing desertification, President Mahamadou Issoufou has led his people on a path of progress,” Festus Mogae, former president of Botswana. On March 12, 2011, Mahamadou Issoufou earned a decisive victory to become the...