Opinion

The Tragedy of Separation: the Story of India, By Owei Lakemfa

...the scramble Ghandi had feared began; about 15 million people moved either way, and in the process, between one and two million people were murdered by opposing sides in horrendous massacres from which neither India nor Pakistan has They have been to war four The separation of India was simply…
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Impeaching the “Useless and Costly” Senate for African Power Adventurers, By Owei Lakemfa

The primary lesson President Aziz has taught Africa is that the best way to meet the challenge of opposition, is to abolish it; the best way to treat a Senate that will not cooperate, is to eliminate it. Skillful traditional dancer, Jacob Zuma, president of South Africa, narrowly danced out…
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Opinion

Venezuela: Replacing Democracy With Anarchy, By Owei Lakemfa

of those countries condemning Venezuela or threatening sanctions will tolerate an opposition that would not accept the democratic will of the majority, openly works for a coup, has made the country ungovernable for four years, has hijacked a helicopter, dropped grenades on a public institution, and would not accept dialogue.…
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Opinion

Transition from President Zuma to President Zuma, By Owei Lakemfa

...in my analysis, Dr. Zuma will clinch the ANC leadership and party ticket, and succeed her former spouse as the president of the Federal Republic of South Africa. It might be a transition from President Zuma to President Zuma. In one swing, South African President Jacob Zuma swept the governments…
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Opinion

When the Goat Claims Same Paternity With the Sheep, By Owei Lakemfa

Morocco is like a goat insisting that it is a sheep, forgetting that while goats are browsers, eating leaves, vines and twigs, sheep are grazers eating short grasses. While the goat, like Morocco, is a stubborn loner, the sheep prefers flocking; keeping the family together. Morocco, the North African kingdom,…
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