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‘Ensemble pour un Tchad Émergent’?

On August 8, 2016, Idriss Déby Itno was (re)installed as president, for his fifth term.  The electoral victory was celebrated exuberantly and was well attended by international guests. 818 more words

Africans, African Leaders and the ICC.

The International Criminal Court (ICC) was established by the Rome Statute which is an international treaty/agreement binding on countries who are signatories to and ratify the convention. 691 more words


Freedom? Where? (2016)

Copy of #TheSafeSpace Column published in the Times of Swaziland on the 29th of June 2016:

Freedom is such an abstract concept that one wonders if it can ever be deduced to a single concept that is understood across the world, in the thousands of languages that we engage in.  516 more words

Patrick Awuah: Educating a new generation of African leaders

Patrick Awuah, former Microsoft employee and co-founder of Asheshi University in Ghana, shares his journey and talks about how societies can benefit from good leadership. He points out that leadership is not about giving and following orders, but thinking critically and serving humanity. 43 more words


Checkout- 7 African leaders without a college degree

7 African leaders without a college degree-A college degree or higher institution education can open a number of doors for those who hold them. But throughout history, some politicians have found success despite sidestepping their higher education. 777 more words

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Ensure social justice to curb conflicts, Buhari urges African leaders


President Muhammadu Buhari said on Monday in Abuja that to achieve greater peace and political stability in their countries, African leaders must work harder to ensure social justice for all their citizens. 236 more words


Attitude of African Leaders May Bring Military Coups Back - Annan

Former Secretary – General of the United Nations, Koffi Annan has said the attitude of some African leaders who want to stay longer in office than necessary may bring back Military Coups which has more or less ended. 267 more words