The Politics of Election Monitoring -By Owei Lakemfa

  The 2017 Kenyan Presidential Elections were massively rigged right under the noses of International Election Monitors and Observers, and they consciously or unconsciously, whole heartedly endorsed the fraud. In fact,  within forty eight hours of the elections, the  head of the European Union Delegation, Marietje Schaake, a 38-year old Dutch More...

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By netssng On Saturday, September 2nd, 2017

Choosing between Nigeria and Morocco -By Owei Lakemfa.

  With the 42-year old Economic Community of West African States (ECOWAS) meeting in December to decide on the divisive application of the North African Kingdom of Morocco to join, an all-inclusive public More...

By netssng On Monday, August 28th, 2017

If Tomorrow comes to Nigeria -By Owei Lakemfa

        . It was the largest gathering of highly educated persons I have ever attended, or heard about on the continent.  The quality of the academics and the cost that would have been incurred educating More...

By netssng On Friday, August 18th, 2017

The Tragedy of Separation: The Story of India -By Owei Lakemfa

  The famous psychiatrist and Pan-Africanist, Franz Fanon after a clinical study, came to the conclusion that “Colonialism is a one-arm bandit” No colonial power better illustrated this than Great Britain More...

By netssng On Saturday, August 12th, 2017

Impeaching the “Useless and Costly” Senate for African Power Adventurers -By Owei Lakemfa

A general view of South Africa’s Parliament in Cape Town is seen during a motion to impeach President Jacob Zuma after the constitutional court ruled that he breached the constitution, April 5, 2016. REUTERS/Mike More...