Central European states differ widely: the trend in the former is toward stronger nationalism, refusal of more than a trickle of migrants, growing corruption in politics and business, increased state control of the news media, hostility to LGBT rights and in some, a greater closeness to Russia.
“The values Netherlands stands for many, many decades, centuries actually, its freedom, its tolerance, its empathy… they are destroying it,” Jesse Klaver.
The British High Commission had described the story that Jonathan’s administration rejected an offer by Britons to help rescue the Chibok girls as false.
IRAQ POLITICS: Mosul Caught in ‘Strange and Terrifying’ Battle as Islamic State Foreign Soldiers Fight to the End
Families cowered in basements, huddling in dark as war raged between Iraqi forces and Islamic State militants fighting for control of the streets of Mosul.
All said, there is a great political battle ahead in Osun State and only the Strength of Israel knows how it will end!
Dankwambo has shown dogged shrewdness in the judicious management of very scarce resources to achieve the much he has been able to achieve for his people.
The case of Nnamdi Kanu and Buhari – and not necessarily the Nigerian state (if you ask me) – is no longer within the commonsensical discretion of Buhari.
The federal government says IMN it is not substantially different from the Boko Haram terrorist group that has killed about 100,000 people since 2009.
Ibrahim Hassan Dankwambo knows that the best way to liberate humanity is to get as many indigenes educated.
On March 6, it’ll be 60 years since Ghana became independent; one of the first in Africa to go it alone. This diamond jubilee has drawn mixed feelings.
If there is hope to be gleaned from the bizarre saga of Buhari’s disappearance it’s that Yemi Osinbajo, has filled in admirably in his boss’s absence.
The Niger Delta has been on the boil again. It had therefore become imperative that actions are taken to resolve the agitation going on in the Niger Delta.
In David Koren I met a veritable hero. He’s the truest, grittiest kind of hero—by the measure of the difference he made, the depth of his humanity.
President Muhammadu Buhari has been in London for six weeks on medical leave, raising questions over his capacity to govern Africa’s largest economy.
Presidential spokesman, Femi Adeshina, could not hide his joy as he announced with unrivalled glee the phone call of Mr President to him all the way from London.
Nigeria’s Vice-President Yemi Osinbajo is everywhere while his boss is away. He conducted a spot check on the public toilets at Lagos international airport.
If South Africa wants to be ungrateful to Nigeria for standing by her in her time of need, they should just say so rather than kill our citizens.
Buhari and Osinbajo are a team. The success of either is the success of the team and the success of the political alliance between the North and the Yoruba.
And unlike Big Brother, there are no constant updates – in fact, President Buhari, 74, has not given a single interview since arriving in the UK.