Afrochella 2018

 

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Of Guns and Romaine Lettuce…

America’s dangerous game of Selective Amnesia By: Fred Kojo Kyeremeh, Editorial  As the year 2018 draws to a close, many of us are already beginning to look back at the myriad of things that have taken place in the past 11 months, and we are already beginning to make big ...

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Who is Sahle-Work Zewde, Ethiopia’s first female president?

Election of first woman to presidency has raised hopes among women’s rights groups for more gender equality in Ethiopia. The election of Sahle-Work Zewde as Ethiopia‘s first female president has been enthusiastically greeted in Ethiopia and beyond, raising hopes among advocates for gender equality in the conservative country. The 68-year-old was ...

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ROPAA in 2020 – We Demand the Constitutional Instrument Now-PAM

I write for the New York City-based Progressive Alliance Movement that filed and won the High Court case to compel the Electoral Commission to develop the mandated constitutional instrument (CI) to implement ROPAA by December 31, 2018. That is exactly what is needed now. The order of mandamus (meaning you ...

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