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Akinwumi Adesina – The Trials of an unapologetic Pan-Africanist

By Kingsley Okeke In 1981 when the African Development Bank, AfDB, sought it’s Board of Governors approval for non-African equity participation in.

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Prof. Yusuf Karodia: Educating Africa’s Young People for Purposeful Leadership

The annual African Leadership Magazine Persons of the Year Award, showcases and celebrates Africa’s finest visionary leaders who are contributing to the.

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The African Development Bank: Tolling Bells for Humanity

By Cesar A. MBA ABOGO, Minister of Finance, Economy and Planning, Equatorial Guinea MALABO, Equatorial Guinea, May 25, 2020/ — By Cesar.

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Chinese President Calls for Greater Support for Africa to Fight Covid-19

By Chu Maoming, China’s Consul General in Lagos President Xi Jinping of the People’s Republic of China called for greater support for.

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The Challenges of Remote Working in Developing Nations

By Mayowa Jolayemi Over the past few years, analysts and futurists have sufficiently predicted a future of work which is expected to.

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Africa and the Emerging Risks of Telework

A few days after my last column on Africa, COVID-19 and the disruptive concept of work, I saw a screaming headline from.

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Akinwumi Adesina – A pair of cleared and safe hands for the AFDB

By Kingsley Okeke   In the words of the great American poet and civil rights leader, Maya Angelou, “you may not control all.

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Madagascar Herbal Remedy – An African solution to COVID-19?

By Kingsley Okeke According to data obtained on the 12th May 2020, from the Corona Virus Resources Centre at the John Hopkins.

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European Airlines Resume Flights For Summer Travel At Different Paces, But British Airways/IAG, Air France-KLM And Lufthansa May Converge

By Will Horton Travel will resume this summer as Europe’s major airline groups plan to add flights at different paces. The initial.

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A woman on a Mission : My journey to being a Pastors Wife, Entrepreneur and Philanthropist – Helen Oritsejafor

About 90 million people – roughly half Nigeria’s population – live in extreme poverty, according to estimates from the World Data Lab’s.

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