Tuesday, May 24, 2022

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USAfrica: Why a peaceful, renegotiated Nigeria is good for Nigerians. By Charles Chukwunaru

Special to USAfrica magazine (Houston) and USAfricaonline.com, first Africa-owned, US-based newspaper published on the Internet. Charles Obinna Chukwunaru, PhD., a contributing Analyst to USAfriconline.com, is...

USAfrica: America’s first woman Secretary of State, Rwanda genocide and history. By Chido Nwangwu

I bring the Rwanda issue to the confetti of tributes and commendations being showered on Prof. Albright due to two major reasons. First, as a specialist on United States and Africa contemporary issues, I consider it to be a valuable but critical part of the public record. Second, it expands the historical context, albeit uncomfortable for some, towards the assessments of the late, distinguished, influential Madeleine Albright and the presidency of Bill Clinton and the African continent. @Chido247

USAfrica: Osinachi, Warning Signs of Abusive Relationships and Domestic Violence

Special to USAfrica magazine (Houston) and USAfricaonline.com, first Africa-owned, US-based newspaper published on the Internet. By Dr. Oluchi Otti, author of Inside the Mind of Battered...

USAfrica: Nigeria’s terror problems, Kaduna on my mind. By Ed Chibuzo

Special to USAfrica magazine (Houston) and USAfricaonline.com, first Africa-owned, US-based newspaper published on the Internet. USAfrica: Nigeria’s terror problems, Kaduna on my mind. By Ed Chibuzo Like...

USAfrica:  Why Supreme court nominee Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson merits confirmation. By Ken Okorie

Ken Kemnagum Okorie, an attorney, is a member of the editorial board of USAfrica (Houston) and USAfricaonline.com On March 21, 2022, the Judiciary Committee of the United...
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