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The Epic Battle Engulfing The Brain Washed Mogul African Puppet-Masters & The Battalions of Real People. By Ndiawar Diop

Share the post “The Epic Battle Engulfing The Brain Washed Mogul African Puppet-Masters & The Battalions of Real People. By Ndiawar Diop” FacebookTwitterGoogle+LinkedInE-mail The Epic Battle Engulfing The Brain Washed Mogul African Puppet-Masters & The Battalions of Real People. What’s going on in Africa for Decades now is not just a Melodrama but a Colossal […]

Share the post “AFRICAN LEADERSHIP: Is it The New Leadership Africa is Dreaming Out Loud ? by Ndiawar Diop” FacebookTwitterGoogle+LinkedInE-mail “The ultimate measure of a man is not where he stands in moments of comfort and convenience, but where he stands at times of challenge and controversy” Martin Luther King, Jr.   Since the politicians […]

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Share the post “Police Use Of Excessive Force On Minorities? By Ndiawar Diop” FacebookTwitterGoogle+LinkedInE-mail We’ve Seen IT All And Everyone Is Pointing Fingers To The Men In Uniform Saying “Police Departments Disproportionately Target Minorities As Criminal Suspects”, “Police Use Of Excessive Force On Minorities”, “The Police Should Police Their Own” Etc… Everyone Is Blaming Each […]

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Share the post “Senegal, Where The Reality of Modern Day Slavery is Taking Place. By Ndiawar Diop” FacebookTwitterGoogle+LinkedInE-mail Life is full of challenges and suspens; and that the most developed countries know it. It’s probably why they go beyond limits to explore other horizons. I, sometimes in my moment of day dreaming, wonder deeply inside […]

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Share the post “To The Macky Sall’s Administration: Are You Talking About Democracy ? By Ndiawar Diop” FacebookTwitterGoogle+LinkedInE-mail In Africa, everywhere we look, in different countries, from East to West, North and South, we encounter so many stories about Government: Theft, Abuse and/or Democratic Issues (Neglect, Crimes, Discrimination, Nepotism …).   What are the solutions […]

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Share the post “Analysis: The Islamic State is coming for North Africa” FacebookTwitterGoogle+LinkedInE-mail The deadly assault on Egyptian government positions in the Sinai Peninsula by an Islamic State-aligned militant group was more proof, if any was needed, that Egypt is dealing with a major insurrection. It’s not alone. Following on from the attack in Tunisia, […]

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Share the post “‘A fractious lot’: Anatomy of (another) coup in Lesotho” FacebookTwitterGoogle+LinkedInE-mail I wrote my Master’s dissertation in 1986 on Lesotho. Despite having suffered its first military coup earlier that year, the mountain kingdom remained reasonably prosperous, helped by a paradox of anti-Apartheid aid and remittances from its miners in South Africa. And there […]

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Share the post “Ebola: What the WHO did wrong, and how to fix it” FacebookTwitterGoogle+LinkedInE-mail That the World Health Organisation failed to adequately respond to Ebola is not in doubt – the proof is in the numbers of people who died and are still dying in the epidemic. To its credit, the WHO knows it […]

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Share the post “Zwelinzima Vavi: Man on the march” FacebookTwitterGoogle+LinkedInE-mail This week’s Cosatu special national congress was the first major event of the federation that Zwelinzima Vavi did not attend in its 30-year existence. While he was being lambasted at the congress, he spent the day sleeping, having lost all hope that his axing and […]

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Share the post “Ebola: Where’s the education?” FacebookTwitterGoogle+LinkedInE-mail Ghana has been urged to take leaf off Nigeria’s book and educate its citizens about Ebola. It has been five months since the Ebola virus took its first victim in Guinea and since the first case in February, more than 670 people have died across a total […]

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