Nigeria

The Fall of Sambisa Forest, the end of Boko Haram?

Source: lifeofpix.com Author: Marie de Smedt
08.02.2017

The Nigerian media has been awash with the news of the army’s victory against Boko Haram and crowning this was the capturing of the terror group's largest base and its de-facto capital of Sambisa forest (roughly the size of Switzerland, and just a

Western Soft Power on Africa

16.01.2017

The greatest tragedy visited by Europe and the Arabs on Africa, is not the plundering of African lands and resources, but getting the continent’s civilization stock and torn between, picking up the pieces of her life, through the building of her c

The Mind Builders in Africa

02.01.2017

As Africans went formal through the acquisition of western education, a critical question of that era is, before the “independence” of most African states when its much needed man power is being trained; was it the lack of interest or incompetence

Through the African Prism: The Genesis

22.12.2016

I brainstormed over the days and weeks prior to writing the first word of what would become this article today, I was confronted with a steady flow of information overload, and as I navigate through them in an attempt to make sense