Civil Society

Africa: Racism and Self-Hate – Why Africa Is Not Innocent

Just as it was an enabler of the trans-Atlantic slave trade and colonialism, tribalism has also manifested in post-colonial Africa in the form of divisive, exclusionist, conflicting and destabilising politics of ethno-geographic identity, which has proven to be an anathema to the collective development of black African states in the …

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Nigeria: The Good, the Bad and the Ugly of Buhari’s Five Years

Adeola Adewunmi and Olutunbosun Osifowora, leaders of a civic group known as New Nigeria Collective carry out an unsparing evaluation of the administration of President Muhammadu Buhari, with necessary and commensurate praise and blame The leadership of the New Nigeria Collective (NNC), a non-government has given a critical assessment of …

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Nigeria: Justice for Uwa and Tina

[Wellbeing Foundation] Lagos -This year marked the start of the United Nations’ Decade of Delivery, where we were promised that things would change for the empowerment of women and girls. Armed with research to prove how much better off our world would be with the rights of women and girls …

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