‘I Will End Corruption in Liberia’ – LP Standard Bearer Brumskine

[Observer] Liberty Party standard bearer Charles W. Brumskine has promised, if he is elected President, to end corruption, a feat also promised by the “Iron Lady”, his would be predecessor, which overwhelmed and hobbled her throughout the twelve years …

[Observer] Liberty Party standard bearer Charles W. Brumskine has promised, if he is elected President, to end corruption, a feat also promised by the "Iron Lady", his would be predecessor, which overwhelmed and hobbled her throughout the twelve years of her presidency and also blighted the regimes of others before her.

source: AllAfrica News: Liberia

Bayelsa Govt Seeks Probe of Pirate Attack On Oil Vessel Killing Three

[Premium Times] The Bayelsa Government on Sunday condemned the attack by pirates on an oil services vessel on Friday which left three crewmen including two security escorts dead in Ekebiri waterways in the state.

[Premium Times] The Bayelsa Government on Sunday condemned the attack by pirates on an oil services vessel on Friday which left three crewmen including two security escorts dead in Ekebiri waterways in the state.

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria

‘I Am Not Arrogant!’

[Observer] The standard bearer of Liberty Party (LP), Charles Walker Brumskine, says he is not arrogant, as he is being portrayed by people who don’t understand him.

[Observer] The standard bearer of Liberty Party (LP), Charles Walker Brumskine, says he is not arrogant, as he is being portrayed by people who don't understand him.

source: AllAfrica News: Liberia

Ethiopia’s Experiment With Federalism: Eyeing the Federalism to Come

[Addis Standard] In this series of reflections, I touched upon the major stages in the evolution of the Ethiopian experiment with federalism. I highlighted the range of stories that one could tell about the federal experiment in the course of the conte…

[Addis Standard] In this series of reflections, I touched upon the major stages in the evolution of the Ethiopian experiment with federalism. I highlighted the range of stories that one could tell about the federal experiment in the course of the contestations over its historical origin and necessity, its political rationale, its present mode of operation, or its future trajectory. I suggested that there are three stories that can be told about the federal experiment in Ethiopia, i.e., the stories of nostalgia, triumphalis

source: AllAfrica News: Ethiopia

Keep Walking – the Secrets Behind Promises

[Ethiopian Herald] It had not been easy walking down the street of Addis during the last two months of the rainy season as it rained every day and night like the tanker in the sky has been left open all the time. Well, the rain is always the best gift …

[Ethiopian Herald] It had not been easy walking down the street of Addis during the last two months of the rainy season as it rained every day and night like the tanker in the sky has been left open all the time. Well, the rain is always the best gift to the whole planet except the sad crisis of flood that occurs in some countries partly because of global climate change.

source: AllAfrica News: Ethiopia

Center Launches Project to Enhance Resilience in Forest Landscape

[Ethiopian Herald] The World Agroforestry Centre (ICRAF) launched a new Provision of Adequate Tree Seed Portfolios (PATSPO) project that would enhance productivity and resilience of forest landscape restoration to strengthen Ethiopia’s green developmen…

[Ethiopian Herald] The World Agroforestry Centre (ICRAF) launched a new Provision of Adequate Tree Seed Portfolios (PATSPO) project that would enhance productivity and resilience of forest landscape restoration to strengthen Ethiopia's green development strategy.

source: AllAfrica News: Ethiopia

Pastoralists’ Right to Development

[Ethiopian Herald] Development is a right which governments are obligated to deliver to their citizens. The aim of this article is to explore the legal right of Ethiopian pastoralists to development, examine the compatibility of pastoral policies and l…

[Ethiopian Herald] Development is a right which governments are obligated to deliver to their citizens. The aim of this article is to explore the legal right of Ethiopian pastoralists to development, examine the compatibility of pastoral policies and laws with pastoralists' right to development.

source: AllAfrica News: Ethiopia

Breaking the Glass Ceiling Via Self-Empowerment

[Ethiopian Herald] Caught under the shadow of the already-famous women, there are also many other self made icons who turned tragedy into remedy, however their successes go unnoticed. Helina Yetateku, a mother of two, is one of such women. She just saw…

[Ethiopian Herald] Caught under the shadow of the already-famous women, there are also many other self made icons who turned tragedy into remedy, however their successes go unnoticed. Helina Yetateku, a mother of two, is one of such women. She just saw massive transformation on her life.

source: AllAfrica News: Ethiopia