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Buhari: second term will be tough

” President Muhammadu Buhari has said that his second term in office may be tougher than the first. “ https://allafrica.com/stories/201903010680.html…

Takeaways From Elections in Nigeria and Senegal

“What does Senegal have in common with Nigeria regarding elections? Very few, if any at all. The former is regarded…

Senegal Re-Elects Incumbent President

” Senegal’s incumbent president, Macky Sall, has been re-elected for another term. “ https://allafrica.com/stories/201902280708.html You may also be interested in:…

Tanzania and its international accolades

The curious case of Tanzania’s international accolades. They praise the Tanzanian government for the implementation of an allegedly successful anti-corruption…

Tanzania Suspends Newspaper Over Story On Falling Shilling

Tanzania has suspended The Citizen newspaper for seven days. The government accused the privately-owned local daily of publishing false information…

If Senegal’s Presidential Candidates Care, They’ll Protect Talibés

“Candidates for Senegal’s upcoming presidential election should keep in mind that talibé children are suffering and dying – both in…

Slamming the Door On Democracy in the DRC

“In his letter, Fayulu summed up nicely what all of this means for the future of the DRC and more…

President Mnangagwa should accommodate differing views

“If his government wants to build an inclusive country that is based on respect for human rights, President Mnangagwa should…

CPI and the quality of democracy

Transparency international has released its estimates for 2018. While doing so Transparency International noted that increases in corruption levels and…

DRC may go for a coalition government

Media report that DRC may have a coalition government https://www.theeastafrican.co.ke/news/africa/4552902-4932036-ot2qd1z/index.html You may also be interested in: Congo authorities eye victory…

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