“In Cabo Verde, there is a critical struggle emerging between the official language of political power: Portuguese, and the language of the people: Cabo Verdean Creole.” Electoral periods in many places, from the start of official campaigning to a few days or weeks after the elections, are a unique time. For one, election day itself … More Languages of Power and Cabo Verde’s 2016 Elections | by Abel Djassi Amado
None feel a nation’s interest like they who must live and die in it.
“In 2016, Nigeria imported over 4 million metric tons of wheat. By 2030, this figure is predicted to rise to over 10 million metric tons costing the country $10 billion.” Rotimi Williams is a former journalist turned entrepreneur, who now owns the second largest commercial rice farm in Nigeria. He is only thirty-five. Mr Williams’ … More Seeing Agriculture in Nigeria as a Business | by Victoria Fajemilehin
“The question remains, why is the MPC attempting to address inflation by increasing the lending rate, thereby reducing the money supply when the cause of Nigeria’s inflation is not, in fact, an increase in the money supply but an increase in price levels?” On the 25th and 26th of July, 2016, Nigeria’s Monetary Policy Committee … More The Central Bank of Nigeria: Battling Inflation with a Knife | by Oluwatosin Olaseinde
WEEKEND MUSICAL INTERLUDE
... because everyday should refresh our souls. But in our world, we will have to settle for the weekend.