The way forward: Addressing the Incessant Military take over of power in Africa

Photo credit: MC2 Kelly Onteverios, CJTF-HOA Public AffairsDjibouti: U.S. Army Africa Soldiers offer first responder course 090806 Author: Lateef Madoti Out of at least 486 attempted or successful military coups that have been carried out globally since 1950, Africa has recorded the largest number with over 214, of which at least 106 were successful. Based on data […]

From Taboo to Education: Can a witchcraft curriculum help redeem Africa’s cultural identity?

Ifa Divination tray & tools | Sasha Cobra Author: Felix Wisdom Onyedikachi So recently, I stumbled across a post on a particular blog, and I couldn’t help but smile at the headline that halted my endless scrolling at that moment. Apparently, a Nigerian professor was advocating the introduction of a “Department of Witchcraft” and a […]

Exchange rate fluctuations are forcing multinationals out of the Nigerian market

Author: Aduaka Chinweokwu Judith The fluctuating Nigerian exchange rate has persistently posed a significant challenge for many years, perpetually depicting the Nigerian Naira as relatively weak compared to other global currencies. In this essay, the focus is on elucidating the adverse effects of this currency fluctuation on multinational corporations operating in Nigeria. MULTINATIONAL CORPORATIONS IN NIGERIA […]

What’s with the suit and tie anyway?

Author: Adejumobi Agunloye I imagine Africa as a woman who decides to celebrate young professionals for their global achievements by inviting them to a lavish dinner party. The doctors tear apart the huge fish on their plates as they talk about their favorite nurses. The lawyers laugh over wine that’s older than their grandparents, who are […]