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Cryptocurrency proliferation raises the possibility of criminal schemes with the false promise of democratizing finance.
Our live conversation examined and interrogated commonly held assumptions and stereotypes about the almajirai and the almajiranci system.
From once being a highly-valued system of education, which was serving the moral, economic human capital, and governance needs of Northern Nigeria, al-majiranci is now considered to have outlasted its
Despite progress made in the area of food production, today millions of people in sub-Saharan Africa are still food insecure. The emergence of the COVID-19 pandemic has been projected to cause severe famine and food insecurity in 36 countries all in SSA.
Imagine the asymptomatic and pre-symptomatic carrier of coronavirus sneeze and spit saliva into the toilets and bathrooms in a Face-me, I-face-you property. Sharing such facilities could mean sharing and spreading the viral loads of coronavirus.
Leaders Voices with Dimeji Ayanwale · A conversation about diaspora activism and the arrest of Sowore
Dimeji Ayanwale, a personal friend of Sowore, shares his thoughts on Omoyele Sowore’s desire to improve Nigeria and diaspora activism more broadly.
Distrust for bad numbers: sub-Saharan Africa’s newest and biggest development and governance predicament
Bad numbers about hunger, poverty, food security and food self-sufficiency in any country are not innately bad news.
Leaders of Africa expresses concern over the findings shared in the “Sex for Grades” documentary aired by BBC Africa Eye.