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  • East Africa: Foreign Investment Declines
    [East African] East Africa's investment climate is facing a litmus test following the decline in foreign direct investment, faltering intra-regional trade and continued poor performance of listed companies, which have left shareholders with reduced or no earnings at all.
  • Africa: Can Funding Uncertainty Improve Peacekeeping in Africa?
    [ISS] At the end of April, the United States (US) may cut a substantial amount of its development support budgets, including up to 40% of its contribution to United Nations (UN) peacekeeping, and 30% of its overall foreign aid. Whether or not the US Congress approves the proposed budget cuts, this has put organisations like the UN and the African Union (AU) on high alert.
  • Tanzania: Fake Workers Ordered to Leave By May 15
    [East African] Tanzanian President John Magufuli on Friday ordered the dismissal of almost 10,000 civil servants who were found to have presented fake academic certificates.

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Strategic Research and Analysis

  • Black History Month: Samuel Achilefu  Developed Cancer goggles Black History Month: Samuel Achilefu Developed Cancer goggles
    The  Nigerian Man Who Developed Cancer goggles That Makes Cancer Treatment Easier   Samuel Achilefu, PhD is a Nigerian-born Professor of Radiography and Biomedical engineering at Washington University.  Achilefu  and his team developed cancer goggles that aided  surgeons  to see clearly  and remove cancer cells.


    When dye is injected into a patient’s tumor, cancerous cells glow when viewed with the goggles and infrared light....
  • President Trump Call with President Muhammadu Buhari President Trump Call with President Muhammadu Buhari
      The White House
    Office of the Press Secretary
    For Immediate Release
    February 15, 2017     Readout of the President’s Call with President Muhammadu Buhari of Nigeria  
    President Donald J. Trump spoke this week with President Muhammadu Buhari of Nigeria to discuss the strong cooperation between the United States and Nigeria, including on shared security, economic, and governance priorities.  President Trump...
  • Governor Ifeanyi Okowa: How To Attract Foreign Investments Governor Ifeanyi Okowa: How To Attract Foreign Investments
    RE: Governor Okowa begs western countries to invest in the Niger delta
    “Attracting this money isn't easy. Capital is a coward. It flees from corruption and bad policies, conflict and unpredictability. It shuns ignorance, disease and illiteracy. Capital goes where it is welcomed and where investors can be confident of a return on the resources they have put at risk. It goes to countries where women can work, children can read, and entrepreneurs...
  •  Ex-President Jonathan Meets with the Nigerian-American Leadership Council (NAL) Ex-President Jonathan Meets with the Nigerian-American Leadership Council (NAL)
    February 10, 2017       Washington, DC Ex-President Dr. Goodluck Jonathan Meets with the “Nigerian-American Leadership Council (NAL Council)”, in Washington, DC

    On Thursday February 2, 2017, Nigeria’s former President, Dr. Goodluck Jonathan, met with executives of the Washington-based NAL Council at the US Congress, Washington, DC.
    Dr. Jonathan was in Washington to address members of the US Congress’s Africa...
  • Martin Ifedi:  Nigerian American playing  in the NFL Super Bowl 2017 Martin Ifedi: Nigerian American playing in the NFL Super Bowl 2017
    Nigerian immigrants in America have its largest population in Houston, Texas and that is where the super bowl 2017 is taking place.  And the son of Nigerian immigrant, Martin Ndubuisi Ifedi will be playing in the super bowl representing Houston, his city of birth, Nigeria and Africa.



    One can say without equivocation that the most important date in the National football league (NFL) calendar is the boisterous super bowl. “The...
  • NIGERIA VENTURING INTO NUCLEAR AGE: PRECAUTIONARY MEASURES ARE NECESSARY NIGERIA VENTURING INTO NUCLEAR AGE: PRECAUTIONARY MEASURES ARE NECESSARY

    Nuclear energy and nuclear technology can be of great aid to Nigeria in her endeavor to supply steady, reliable and clean energy for her domestic electric consumption. Without doubt Nigeria at this stage of her industrial stage must do something about the paucity of electricity to power her industries and residential homes. Nuclear technology with its entire prospect has its challenges that must be appreciated and be given the requisite attention...
  • Goodluck Ebele Jonathan writes to President Trump Goodluck Ebele Jonathan writes to President Trump
    Dear Donald J. Trump,

    By the grace of God, President of the United States of America.



    As the United States of America opens a new chapter today, many around the world, myself inclusive, are optimistic that the success you have achieved in your career as one of the world's foremost entrepreneurs will be translated to your life as a public servant and custodian of the trust of the American people.

  • Naira is falling to nearly N500 to $1 Naira is falling to nearly N500 to $1
    Macroeconomic dislocation and the distressed pressure brought to bear on naira is triggering the precipitously freefall of the value of the Nigeria’s currency.  This is now beyond the pale, a disastrous saturation point and if it continues unchecked the naira as we know it will become a worthless currency just like the Zimbabwe currency.

    Since the official devaluation of naira coupled with negative growth of the economy, things are...
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