At a time when most people have lost confidence in the continent and looking for escape routes out, it is quite refreshing to meet someone who believes so much in the continent and its youths. A cross-team of editors from African leadership magazine caught up with Dr Akindele Akintoye, chairman...
On the 59th anniversary of Burundi's independence, the Intwari stadium in Bujumbura received, among other prominent guests, Rwandan Prime Minister Édouard Ngirente. Only a year ago, this occurrence seemed unthinkable. This event was an indication of the two countries' reconciliation, which began almost a year ago. This demonstrated Ndayishimiye's...
By Alkali Amana In the true spirit of leadership, President Alassane Ouattara has chosen the path of peace and reconciliation by settling existing differences between himself and his predecessor Laurent Gbagbo to benefit Cote d' Ivoire. This marks an outstanding week for President Ouattara, who values the idea and ideal...
By Alkali Amana As Tanzania’s first female President celebrates her 100 days in office, it is worthy to note that among the developmental strides she has committed herself to, the quality of improving gender resources and accessibility to the decision-making process in the country has seen a huge boost in...
By Alkali Amana The United Nations Secretary-General, Antonio Guterres, has extended a second call to Amina Mohammed to continue in her role as the Deputy Secretary-General of the organization following his reappointment by the UN General Assembly for a second term in office. Guterres reappointed her with utmost regard, saying:...