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Who Is Anta Majiguène Ndiaye- The Story Of A Senegalaise Princess

The little-known story of the African Princess – Anna Madjiguene kingsley born Anta Majiguène Ndiaye Anta Madjiguène Ndiaye from Jolof has a rather special history. Born in 1793, she was the sister to Lat Codou Madjiguène Ndiaye (Bourba 1840), Birayambe Majiguène (became Bourba Jolof in 1850) and daughter of Bakar Cor Ndiaye). Anta Majiguène More...

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By Guest Contributor On Wednesday, November 15th, 2017
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Different World Views of Art

By Bose Anand Art through the centuries acquired different forms and conceptions. First of all there was naturalism, then developed romanticism, and then there was impressionism, followed by cubism, which was followed More...

By Guest Contributor On Saturday, September 30th, 2017
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Kenya General Elections 2017- Regional Impact

Kenya General Elections 2017: Regional Impact By Jacob Waiswa Buganga Kenya set precedence. It broke bare the traditional tendencies of African democracies – sticking to power and rigging elections or suspending More...

By Lamin Sam Jaiteh On Sunday, June 25th, 2017
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My Ramadan Experience and How Jihadist high-jacked the Concept

(By Lamin Sam Jaiteh) Before attaining adulthood, I understood the meaning of Ramadan from an intellectual point of view. My Quranic teacher told me Ramadan is the holy month, which marks the period the Qur’an More...

By VOD Admin On Sunday, May 14th, 2017
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How South Africans Soon Forgot

By Caleb Adiga Zadok Xenophobia in South Africa When South Africa was in her troubled waters, Nigeria and indeed other African countries stood by her to ensure she gets out of the trouble waters, to see to the end More...

By Lamin Cham On Saturday, March 25th, 2017
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Gambia Coalition Government Faces Survival Test

By: Lamin Cham After their surprise victory over Yahya Jammeh, ending the man’s 22-year-old grip on power, the governing Coalition government in the Gambia is already beginning to shake as a bitter row emerged More...

By Wale Giwa On Monday, March 20th, 2017
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Ethnicity Syndrome and Political Nationalism in Nigeria

Nigeria, the Giant of Africa, can boast of her salient Political Nationalists. They are sometimes called “Freedomites”. History and political students are constantly reminded of their heroic acts but More...

By VOD Admin On Saturday, March 11th, 2017
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Leveraging African Growth- Through Self-Awareness, Self-Reliance and Self-Diligence

By Olayemi Fakolade The last time I began with a similar topic, I began with something that is very crucial and important to the heart of Africa, I believe that whatever thing is important to the heart of Africa More...

By Wale Giwa On Saturday, February 25th, 2017
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The Jagons of African Democracy

“There can only be one type of democracy and that is the democracy that recognizes certain pristine notions… “(Muyiwa Falaiye).* Democracy, no doubt, remains the best form of government in Africa. More...

By VOD Admin On Saturday, February 25th, 2017
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A Breakaway Nigeria: The Best Way Forward

By Wale Giwa Today, Nigeria doesn’t seem to be moving forward. Why is this? Is it because of our corrupt leaders? Is it because Nigerian youths are mostly idle when it comes to political matters? Should we More...

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