Mo Ibrahim Foundation
Africa’s public service and health sector brain drain
A report the other day by the Mo Ibrahim Foundation that Nigeria and other countries in Africa are losing about $2 billion annually via brain drain in the health sector is another badge of dishonour for a continent that has constantly been a symbol of shame and suffering.
Mo Foundation ranks Nigeria 35 out of 54 in overall governance
Nigeria yesterday emerged 35th out of 54 African countries in overall governance ranking, according to a report released in Dakar, Senegal by the Mo Ibrahim Foundation.
Africa, good governance and economic models
It was indeed a remarkable message to African leaders in Switzerland the other day when business leaders gathered to tell them that they should henceforth place more premium on good governance than on economic models that have made the world’s second largest continent the poorest.
‘No winner emerged in 2016 Mo Ibrahim Foundation’s leadership Prize’
For the second time in a row, the Mo Ibrahim Foundation has announced that no winner emerged in its 2016 prize for Achievement in African Leadership.
The new face of Africa
A revolution is underway in Africa and it is not one that involves crowds taking to the streets. Instead it is a revolution in the way the continent is generating ...