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Columns

Africa Rising: A Little Warning for Ethiopia and the Black Race, By Pius Adesanmi

Yesterday, I read an article in The Economist about the dire situation of industrialisation in Africa. The said article starts with the desolate landscape of what was once Africa's most flourishing textile industry in the northern Nigerian city of Kano - now overtaken by rodents. They are very lucky in…
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Opinion

Compelling Africa and Middle East’s Refugees and Migrants Crises, By Segun Balogun

Either as refugees or asylum seekers, many people keep daring the peril of the Mediterranean Sea, hoping to cross into Europe where, clearly, they are unwanted. According to a BBC report, a former NATO commander said “dozens of boats are departing daily from the North African shore, without any control…
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Columns

New Wave Change Should Lead To Cloud Nine, By Steve Ayorinde

The Ethiopian aviation handlers are in love with Cloud Nine expression. It’s the right phrase to describe Ethiopian Airlines’ Business Class lounge. But it did not take long, during my trip to Addis Ababa, the Ethiopian capital, last week to see why that expression also aptly captures the remarkable feats…
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