Bolaji Akinyemi: Nigeria Should Reconsider Membership of International Criminal Court, Multinational Agreements Signed Since 1960

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Nigeria Should Reconsider Membership of International Criminal Court, Multinational Agreements Signed Since 1960 Professor Bolaji Akinyemi, a professor of political science and international affairs, is former director-general of the Nigerian Institute of International Affairs, former Minister of External Affairs, and deputy chairman of the 2014 national conference. In this interview with Vincent Obia, Akinyemi says the coming of United States […]

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African Trade: Let us localize globalization within Africa and grow with each other-Kenyatta

“I cannot think of any African I know who did not accept that the United Kingdom had the right to choose to leave the European Union. But if Africans attempt to exercise their sovereign will – if Africans attempt to exercise their sovereignty, and to democratically set aside international commitments which no longer work for them – we hear a […]

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Mice: Nigerian city Calabar ICC wins Bid to Host African event for AAAE

The Calabar International Convention Centre, in collaboration with the Nigerian Association of Agricultural Economists, NAAE, has won the bid to host the 6th International Conference of the African Association of Agricultural Economists, AAAE in September 2019. The decision was made after the EXCO meeting held on the sidelines of the just concluded International Conference of the African Association of Agricultural […]

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“Five things I learnt at INDABA” Francis Doku from Ghana

For the first time in as many years as I can remember, I was absent from the Vodafone Ghana Music Awards. Which also meant that I missed the beauty and suave of the world famous Red Room, for the first time. I tried to follow by watching the Vodafone live stream on YouTube, but my allocated internet bundle had run […]

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Africa, where even Dangote needs a Visa to visit

Americans and the west find it much easier to travel around the continent; not so if you are an African. ALIKO DANGOTE could be forgiven for hoping that his status as one of the continent’s more recognisable faces could buy him some extra minutes to locate a missing passport, but an anecdote he narrated recently in Ivory Coast suggests that […]

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