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“Those useless civil servants”

Dr Joe Abah, Director-General of the Bureau of Public Service Reforms, argues that Nigeria's civil service will start to improve the day we want it to improve.
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No renaissance for Plateau State

Richard Ali returns to Jos, only to find that the road to Jos is nothing like that of yesteryear for young people.
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How did Guinea-Bissau come to have 5 prime ministers in 15 months?

The small West African nation of Guinea-Bissau could soon appoint its sixth prime minister since August 2015. What is behind this political farce? The key to understanding Guinea-Bissau’s current crisis lies in a power struggle between its current president and the political elite.
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The view from Delta State

Eromo Egbejule explains why a former Delta governor, who was charged with fraud, is still celebrated by the very people he stole from.
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Religious strife: a view from Kaduna

Dr Bala Mohammed Liman argues that the political elite in Kaduna often pushes the idea that differences are what make Nigeria great, but government actions and policies are usually more divisive than unifying.
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7 things to understand about elections in Ghana

George Bob-Milliar and Jeffrey Paller outline 7 things to understand about Ghana’s elections which take place on 7 December