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Fidel Castro: A lesson for African leaders

Namibia is the only African country that conferred upon Castro its highest national hoznour. This is a big shame for Africa. Castro personally and the people of Cuba made great sacrifices for African liberation. The African Union should honour Castro and deliberately seek to deepen ties with the Cuban people. It is not too late for African leaders to show ...

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Congo president’s daughter charged with corruption in France

The daughter and son-in-law of the Congolese President, Denis Sassou N’guesso were charged this week in connection with an investigation into “ill-gotten assets”. Julienne Sassou Nguesso, 50, and her 53-year-old husband Guy Johnson were placed under investigation this week for “money laundering and misuse of public funds”, the sources said. Investigators have widened a corruption probe into the French assets ...

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Tapping Nigerian Diaspora resources for national development

It is time again for Nigerians living abroad to think home. In the age of globalisation, Nigerians in the Diaspora do not have to return home to contribute to the development of their country. They can do so through several means and ways. And one of these is to subscribe to the Diaspora Bond issued by Nigeria’s Debt Management Office, ...

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