Liberia’s President George Manneh Weah who was elected earlier this year has announced free college education for all undergraduates in the fur public universities in Liberia. Weah made the announcement after a […]
Julius Malema the outspoken South African leader of the Economic Freedom Fighters (EFF) party of South Africa, and a member f parliament has called for a United Africa with a single currency […]
South Africa will become the first African country outside of the East African region to start teaching Africa’s most widely spoken language, Swahili, in schools. Swahili is both the official and national […]
Ethiopia will join Kenya, Ghana, Zimbabwe and Rwanda to be the fifth African country to allow visa-on-arrival for all African country passport holders. The new measures will take effect as of Nov […]
American Meritocracy? Despite African Academic Achievements, Black Immigrants Face High Unemployment.
45 prefers an immigration policy that favors the blonde, blue eyed people of Norway. Sound familiar? Well, the White House will have to find a new term for its preferred immigration stance because a “merit based” system would certainly favor an influx of African immigrants who are highly under represented among immigrants to the United States anyway. A race based immigration policy would be a more accurate term if intellectual honesty was to be pursued.
The Kenyan president, a graduate of the prestigious Dartmouth University in Massachusetts is a highly eloquent and articulate technocrat who has hunkered down and worked hard pursuing an ambitious development agenda.
A political strategy appears to be taking shape with Senate majority leader Murkomen having taken up attacks against NASA on the question of regular Kenyans making submissions of their views on the amendments before parliament. The MP for Rarieda, Otiende Amollo made the disparaging remark that no “Kenyans of note” had made submissions while appearing on a panel with the Senate majority leader. Senator Murkomen jumped in and demanded an apology on behalf of regular Kenyans.