Tag: africa

Omek: Interview with Kemo Camara

Written by Nina Camara For a long time, diversity and inclusion programs have mostly been driven by governments and the corporate world. So, what happens when minority communities come together to create a solution for a fair representation themselves? Kemo Camara, the founder of Omek, discusses the importance of being

Secession-Related Agitations: Is It High Time Crisis-Torn African Countries Renegotiated Their Nationhood?

Written by Olusegun Akinfenwa   Secession-related armed conflicts are fast becoming omnipresent in Africa and have caused the fragmentation and division of many nations. The unrest usually comes with highly devastating impacts that are largely responsible for the continent’s economic and social retardation. From Nigeria’s Biafra to Ethiopia’s Tigray and

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