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  • Ghana: Electoral Commission Warns Against Fake Results
    [Premium Times] The Electoral Commission of Ghana (ECG) has called on voters to disregard a result being shared on social media showing that the opposition New Patriotic Party has scored over 54 per cent of votes cast from 80 per cent of the country's polling stations.
  • Nigeria: Uber Responds to Threat By Lagos Govt
    [Premium Times] Uber, a U.S. online transportation company, has said the recent threat by the Lagos State government to clamp down on its cabs was due to the government's erroneous classification of the vehicles under its platform as taxis.
  • Nigeria: 5 Reasons You Should Cook At Home Instead of Eating Out in Lagos
    [Vanguard] Variety of Dishes lavishly and tastefully displayed to invite and tempt Lagosians who want to feed their stomach. At Mama puts or Bukkas dotted around the city, you find bankers, civil servants and artisans jostling to buy food at these spots. Madam give me Amala with efo riro, shaki, roundabout and pomo - they shout at the top of their voices.

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Strategic Research and Analysis

  •  Nigeria: How come the most populous nation is in recession? Nigeria: How come the most populous nation is in recession?
    Nigeria is officially in recession for there are now two consecutive negative growths and GDP contractions in two quarters. The economy shrinks sequentially in first and second quarters by .36 and 2.06 percent respectively.


    Before the Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) and National Bureau of Statistics (NBS) made the official recession pronouncement, Nigerians were already feeling the chilliness of the ebbing economy. The economic decline...
  • Mark Zuckerberg in Nigeria:  Emeka Afigbo, Ime  brought  Zuckerberg to Nigeria Mark Zuckerberg in Nigeria: Emeka Afigbo, Ime brought Zuckerberg to Nigeria
    As Techpoint, a Nigerian tech blog, reported, more than fifteen managers and executives of Nigerian background work with and around Zuckerberg at the world’s largest social networking site, occupying a range of high-profile roles. Among the most prominent are Emeka Afigbo, who handles strategic product partnerships for Facebook in sub-Saharan Africa and Ime Archibong, Facebook’s director of strategic partnerships. Back in May, Archibong and Afigbo...
  • Hillary Clinton extends her coalition to GOP members Hillary Clinton extends her coalition to GOP members
    Traditionally, Democratic Party presidential candidates build coalition primarily with liberal interest groups, which are mostly racial minorities and working class Americans.  This was how Barrack Obama and Bill Clinton won presidential elections. But this time around in this bizarre politicking that gave us Donald Trump, things are upside town and normality is absconded.  Hillary Clinton, presidential candidate for Democratic Party has widened...
  • Nigeria hiking of interest rate is anti-growth policy Nigeria hiking of interest rate is anti-growth policy
    “Ceaseless jacking up of interest rate will further soften naira, impeding industrial growth and accelerating inflationary trends.”     Nigeria is in dire economic straits and the de-pegging of the naira is not making things better in foreseeable future. As unrestricted naira continues to float, its value nosedives, weakens and deteriorates. Naira at one point in the forex market was trading at 377 to a dollar, fast approaching the value...
  • Wole Soyinka – Great Collective conscience of Now Wole Soyinka – Great Collective conscience of Now
    Wole Soyinka – Great Collective conscience of Now By Emeka Chiakwelu


    The quest endures frills not space as it fills
    Words really have meaning in the hands of a warrior chronicler
    A brilliant mind that free words to be active
    Never knew words have momentum
    Yes buttress the society with words with consequences
    You liberated the words and liberated Blackism


    Africanism survives with your...
  • Chief  Willie Obiano, Anambra State Governor  - AFRIPOL PERSON OF THE MONTH Chief Willie Obiano, Anambra State Governor - AFRIPOL PERSON OF THE MONTH
    Governor Obiano is a change maker.

    Something great is happening in Anambra State of Nigeria. This is nothing short of intellectual, economy-metaphysical and human capital revolution. The salaries of Anambra State workers are paid on time, even with incremental benefits, the schools are excelling and are scoring the best results in the WASSCE, Nigeria.

    In addition, there are fly over bridges constructed in capital...
  • UK Foreign Minister - Boris Johnson referred to Africans as “watermelon smiles” UK Foreign Minister - Boris Johnson referred to Africans as “watermelon smiles”
    Boris Johnson is an embodiment of a colonial nostalgia.

    The blond red-faced bombastic rabble rouser is back again on the international news-scene. I am talking about Boris Johnson, the former mayor of London, who aspired to become UK prime minister before he changed his mind.



    Boris was appointed the new British foreign minister by the new installed British Prime Minister, Theresa May.   Boris Johnson is a controversial...
  • President Buhari or IMF – Who has better policy on Naira‘s elasticity President Buhari or IMF – Who has better policy on Naira‘s elasticity

    The currency of a nation is a vanguard bulwark that safeguards  the wealth of a nation. Nigeria’s naira holds the intrinsic and inclusive value to country’s GDP and wellbeing. A deteriorated and weaken naira invites aggressive currency speculators to devour the wealth of a nation. Naira value must be aggressively protected because a given currency can be use to monetize debt and for settlement of debts but not necessarily for credit liquidity....
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