Elections are here again and it is all about winning and forming a government. Removing a performing Party from power can be very challenging and not feasible in the coming elections.
One is liberal, the other conservative; but both revolutionaries and pragmatic with a kind heart and determination to sacrifice for the good of society.
The APC party/government had over 50 dual citizens who served as MPs in the recently dissolved Parliament, and there are still people with dual citizenship and foreign nationals serving as MINSTERS in the current government in flagrant violation of section 76 of the Constitution.
Author: Nic Cheeseman Professor of Democracy, University of Birmingham Disclosure statement: Nic Cheeseman does not work for, consult, own shares in or receive funding from any company or organization that would benefit from this article, and has disclosed no relevant… Read More ›
Why Africa’s young people are the real winners at the Confederation of African Football (CAF) Awards
by Benedict Peters, Executive vice president of the Aiteo Group Almost nowhere on earth is football followed as passionately as in Africa. It is loved by Africans from all walks of life across the continent. This week, I am giving the… Read More ›
The Dangote Group of Nigeria, one of the pre-eminent industrial conglomerates in Africa, in pursuit of its pan-African development and emancipation strategy, on November 23, 2017 formally launched its newest economic development industrial project, the Dangote Cement plant in Mfila, in Congo-Brazzaville.
Multiparty elections in Sierra Leone have never been peaceful and always filled with tribal and regional tensions but the forthcoming parliamentary and presidential elections in 2018 may prove the most challenging multiparty elections in the country.