Building New Refineries In Nigeria: Nigeria is seeking to build new refineries, but in roughly 2 years – the Nigerian govt has signed two refinery deals with no real progress.
Has the U.S been attacking oil-rich Muslim countries in Africa and the Middle East? A close look at conflicts and wars in Africa and the Middle East is a reality that the U.S has been secretly (even visibly) waging war on other nations.
Though the U.S is a partner and friend of Africa, is the capitalist nation secretly pulling Africa down, slowing developmental growth? The conflicts and wars in Africa, is the U.S deeply rooted in it? The African people ought to be aware of every hidden agenda (imperialistic domination) foreign nations or corporations are practicing on the continent.
Do majority of Africans see China as partners, but the U.S and Europe as predators? That is certainly true, anyone could see Africa-China relations is getting stronger, and its favorable to both parties.
The U.S. military expansion in Africa is certainly aimed at conquering the strong Chinese economy. In this Unbiased Africa report, Boris Volkhonsky from Russian Institute for Strategic Studies explains the real situation on the ground.
Political stability and sound macroeconomic prudence have helped Ghana attract soaring levels of foreign direct investment (FDI) and become a focus point for business in West Africa.
Emmanuel Onwubiko writes about Nigeria’s poor disaster management system which is being criticized by Nigerians for the poor role it played during the two disastrous plane crashes – first in Ghana, and then Nigeria – that has caused the deaths of over 200 persons.
Kony 2012 in summary is a white charity with 3 Western boys posing as the long-awaited saviors of Africa, exploiting stereotypes of Africa to dig deep into the emotional minds and pockets of Western philanthropies, naively thinking awareness of Americans is the solution to African problems, with little understanding of the ‘real problem’ they’re claiming to solve. Let me elucidate how I arrive to this summary.
The scale of the ongoing tragedy visited on Libya by NATO and its allies is becoming horribly clearer with each passing day. Estimates of those killed so far vary, but 50,000 seems like a low estimate; indeed the British Ministry of Defence was boasting that the onslaught had killed 35,000 as early as last May.