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The Legacy of June 12: MKO Abiola’s Enduring Influence on Nigeria’s Political Sphere

June 12 stands as a monumental day in Nigeria, dedicated to honouring the democratic triumph of the late Moshood Abiola, a distinguished businessman, and politician who won the June 12,.

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1st 12 Months in Office: Reflections on President Tinubu’s Leadership in Nigeria

As Nigeria marks its declared Democracy Day celebration, June 12, it becomes pertinent for me, as the editor of this pan-African institution, to assess the leadership impact of President Bola.

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South Africa’s Election: Outlook of Coalition Government on the Horizon

South Africa stands at a historic juncture as the results of the recent election usher in a new era of governance. The coalition government, a product of the people’s mandate,.

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Somalia’s Seat at the UN Security Council: A Milestone for African Leadership

Somalia, one of Africa’s most negatively portrayed countries in Western media has recently secured a seat on the United Nations Security Council (UNSC). The international community views Somalia’s conflicts through.

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Conviction of President Trump and Lessons for African Leaders

The recent conviction of former President Donald Trump on 34 felony counts has sparked deep reflection on leadership standards worldwide. As the first former American president to face such legal.

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Celebrating an Achiever: Gov. Kefas Agbu’s One Year in Office

Jalingo, Taraba State, May 29, 2024 In a grand celebration of leadership and progress, the one-year anniversary of Governor Kefas Agbu’s tenure was commemorated with a prestigious state dinner on.

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10 Key Takeaways from President Ruto’s Visit to the White House

President Joe Biden welcomed Kenyan President William Ruto to the White House for a State Visit and Dinner, marking 60 years of U.S.-Kenya partnership. This occasion highlights the enduring and.

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Iran President’s Death: Reactions from African Leaders

Across Iran, citizens gathered in the streets to mourn the loss of their president and his companions. Scenes of collective grief and solidarity are evident as people express their sorrow.

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Navigating the Thorny Parts of Electoral Integrity in Africa

Electoral integrity stands as a cornerstone of democracy, ensuring that elections accurately reflect the will of the people. However, across the African continent, the journey towards achieving this ideal is.

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