Desmond Tutu and the logic of liberation preachments

BY STEVE OGAH The Archbishop Emeritus of the Anglican Church of South Africa, Desmond Mpilo Tutu, who died at the age of 90 on 26th December 2021, threw South Africa … Read More

2021 brings hope to Blacks, Browns and women, with Trump on the verge of exiting into the trashcan of history

BY SOUMANOU SALIFOU Arguably, CNN commentator Van Jones’ emotional breakdown immediately after the network called the election for former Vice President Joe Biden on November 7 resonated with a large … Read More

“Dark Days In Ghana”

BY OSEI BADU-NKANSAH The words from Dr. Nkrumah’s book titled “Dark Days In Ghana” speak volumes today, as they did many years ago. Indeed, the bright days in Ghana have … Read More

Trump’s Unpopular Popularity

BY NIGERIAN AUTHOR AMARA CHIDINMA EZEDINIRU It was somewhere in 2004, I recall being newly married. We spent most evenings in front of the television. One of such nights, I … Read More

Blacks, Browns and Native Americans: Let’s go vote to save our lives

BY SOUMANOU SALIFOU It’s often said “This is the most important election of our lifetime.” Probably more than any other elections in our nation’s history, the 2020 presidential election will … Read More

IVORIAN ACTIVIST GOUZA NAHOUNOU—AWAY BUT CLOSE TO HOME

BY WILLIAM J. FIGHTER Gouza Nahounou, an Ivorian national who lives in France, is one of those members of the African diaspora who remain closely in touch with the mother … Read More

Working Women are Winsome, Witty and Wealthy

AN OPINION BY NIGERIAN AUTHOR AMARA CHIDINMA EZEDINIRU I know that women have always been supportive. From house chores to baby-making and to the farm or market, their contribution to … Read More