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23 Nov
Forty-five African heads of state and government have confirmed attendance at the U.S. Africa Leaders’ Summit, held in Washington D.C. next month...
27 Jul
President Muhammadu Buhari, yesterday, in Monrovia, called on leaders in West Africa to ensure that elections are conducted in their countries in an atmosphere of trust, freedom and transparency
22 Feb
As part of efforts to end coups in West Africa, the Economic Community of West Africa States Council of Wise (ECOWAS COW), yesterday, commenced a two-day retreat and workshop in Lagos...
2 Feb
As Guinea-Bissau's president says he has survived an attempted coup hot on the heels of a successful putsch in Burkina Faso, we look at the recent wave of military takeovers in West Africa.
2 Feb
Former President of West African Bar Association (WABA) and Senior Advocate of Nigeria (SAN), Femi Falana, yesterday, warned that the African continent could witness more unconstitutional change of governments due to failure of leadership.

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