Tag: Paul Kagame

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Dayo Taiwo-SidiqJune 12, 2019

The YNaija Cover – the 12th of June

Follow the links to read our latest stories:   The Big 5: Buhari’s govt driving Nigeria towards disaster, instability – ...

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Omoleye OmoruyiAugust 18, 2017

Africa must solve its own problems – Osinbajo

Addressing journalists in Kigali, Rwandan Capital, after attending the inauguration of President Paul Kagame on Friday, Acting President Yemi Osinbajo said ...

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AzeezAugust 6, 2017

The Thread: Why Rwanda’s authoritarian leader cannot be a case study for Africa

Rwandan authoritarian leader, Paul Kagame on was elected for the third time on Saturday in a landslide victory, extending his ...

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Omoleye OmoruyiAugust 5, 2017

Rwanda President, Kagame wins Presidential election for the third time

Rwanda’s incumbent leader Paul Kagame has, in a landslide victory, won the presidential elections that granted him a third term ...

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YWriterOctober 17, 2016

The thing is, Buhari doesn’t know that his misogyny has actual consequences for Nigeria’s economy

by Sola Fasasi Anyone who actually knows Muhammadu Buhari, the president of Nigeria, knows that he is a very stubborn ...

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Emmanuel ChidiogoFebruary 9, 2015

Dolapo Aina: 300 days and counting… will the Chibok girls return?

by Dolapo Aina “Leaders stand for something-vision; leaders stand on something-values” – Dr Myles Munroe When I began composing this ...

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March 1, 2013

Zainab Sandah: Educating the Nigerian child: Who’s responsible?

by Zainab Sandah The biggest factor attributable to the failure of both international and local intervention schemes is government at ...

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February 10, 2013

Zainab Usman: The need for ownership of African problems and solutions (Y! Policy Hub)

by Zainab Usman  “Africa’s story has been written by others; we need to own our problems and solutions and write ...

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September 23, 2012

Ebuka Obi-Uchendu: Hanging with smart people (YNaija Frontpage)

     “The biggest reason why social media has become such a big deal in Africa, is because the mainstream media ...

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