Baskets of consequences - Part 2
What interests me is that in his dream, he saw three white baskets. But these were no ordinary baskets, but that of consequences.
Can revolution be predicted?
The wave of political unrest that rocked Tunisia in December 2010 following Mohamed Bouazizi’s self-immolation in protest of police ill treatment was never fathomed in the schema of the country’s intelligence.
A budget of many spurious assumptions
Increasingly, Nigeria’s yearly appropriations are gaining more weight. The 2021 estimate President Muhammadu Buhari presented to the National Assembly last week is more than twice his first budget in office as a democratic leader. On its nominal value, the N13.08 trillion ‘budget of economic recovery and resilience’ is also 21 percent higher than this year’s…
Egypt's Al-Azhar slams Macron's Islam remarks as 'racist'
Scholars at Egypt's prestigious Sunni Islamic institution, Al-Azhar, have denounced remarks by French President Emmanuel Macron on "Islamist separatism"
‘Osimhen rejected Man United to avoid competing with Ighalo’
Victor Osimhen turned down a potential move to Manchester United before joining Napoli for £54 million, his brother has revealed...
US cuts aid to Ethiopia over Nile dam quarrel
The United States suspended Wednesday a portion of its financial aid for Ethiopia citing the lack of progress in talks with Sudan and Egypt over a huge new dam on the Nile river.
Qatar crisis returns to top UN court
The three-year-old crisis pitting Qatar against several Middle East nations returns to the UN's top court this week with hearings in a case between Doha and the United Arab Emirates.
Nigerian future in a world made-by-China
Here are two lifeboats adrift the sea to nowhere. The first boat is rickety, yet packaged to the brim. Without a real captain in the saddle, a committee of mediocre sees to its affairs
Egypt moves 'dangerous materials' from airports after Beirut blast
Egypt's civil aviation ministry said that after Lebanon's massive explosion last week it was moving "dangerous materials" held...