Aid: Africa’s Biggest Enemy – P’tibi Gomes

It is widely argued by myopic Politicians that Africa should be pumped with aid given its status as opposed to other continents. Reports indicate that the African continent is the richest yet with the world’s poorest people. Therefore, financial aid to Africa is more of a recipe looming corruption. African governments being very reliant on […]

Hushpuppi and Sissoko: A $100 million online scam vs $300 million spiritual scam

As modern technology keeps advancing, individuals and corporations find different ways to defraud others of their resources. It is however very important to note that, not all frauds are related to the vulnerabilities of technology. Perpetrators equally make use of other means such as tax evasion, as in the case of Glencor, a western mining […]

The Gambian government set to evict citizens to give land to European claimant

The Gambian government is in the process of evicting its citizens from a piece of land located in Tranquil just to release same land to a European who is claiming ownership. According to The Fatu Network a local news media, the claimant (name withheld) made an earlier attempt to take over the land during the […]

Uganda Election: Museveni set to compensate families for loss of lives and property

Politician and pop star, Robert Kyagulanyi Ssentamu, known popularly as Bobi Wine who is the main opposition aspirant in this year’s election in Uganda is determined to defeat the long-serving president, Yoweri Museveni who is equally doing everything possible to retain his seat. Unfortunately, this political tension has resulted in series of violent encounters between […]

Meet the activist who boldly reclaims artifacts stolen from Africa during slavery

Mr. Mwazulu Diyabanza has been a trending figure in the news for some time now for the approach he has adopted to retrieve artifacts that were stolen from Africa during the days of slavery. He identified himself as “a pan-African activist, campaigning for reparations for the crimes against African people committed during colonialism” and also […]

Reckless borrowing: Zambia Sinks in debt beyond redemption?

Zambia defaults debt, fail to disclose details on Chinese loan to bondholders The southern African country has defaulted its national debt, with creditors failing to grant a debt relief owing to lack of transparency of information, especially on the country’s dealings with China. The country’s Minister for finance, Bwalya Ng’andu stated that, China has demanded […]

Ghana’s anti-corruption prosecutor resigns, accuses the President of interference

Ghana’s anti-corruption crusader, Martin Alamisi Burnes Kaiser Amidu, has resigned from his position three years after he was appointed by Ghanaian President Nana Akufo-Addo who is the current ECOWAS Chairman.  “This is to inform the public that I resigned from my position as the Special Prosecutor of the Office of the Special Prosecutor with immediate […]

Ghanaian revolutionary leader, Jerry John Rawlings dies at 73

Former Ghanaian revolutionary leader, Flight Lieutenant Jerry John Rawlings has reportedly died on Thursday, November 12th, 2020. Highly placed family members have confirmed the news to local Ghanaian media outlets; the actual cause of death is not yet disclosed to the general public but reports have it that he died after a short illness. According […]

The Beginning of Police Brutality In Africa and The Way Out.

On the streets in Pretoria-the voice is loud and clear, ‘end Police brutality’. From Zimbabwe to Uganda; Kenya to South Sudan through African Great Lake region.  From the West African axis of sixteen English and French speaking countries – Nigeria to Guinea Conakry, the current musical rhythm is to end Police brutality against humanity on […]

Sudan to pay $335 million to US to be removed from blacklist

The Sudanese government is set to bail the country as the transitional government officials have reportedly agreed to pay $335 million to the United States to be removed from a blacklist.   Sudan has since been profiled as part of states that sponsor terrorism owing to alleged involvement in certain attacks, including attacks on United States […]