Latest Articles by Tomilade Olugbemi Contributor Kenya’s supreme court’s decision to annul the election results is a victory for democracy. Last week, Kenya’s supreme court annulled the August 8 presidential election results and ordered a rerun within sixty days. The world and incumbent and declared winner, Uhuru Kenyatta, were stunned. Contributor Mr President is right, Nigeria needs a vibrant opposition. The significance of opposition in nation-running is a tale as old as democracy. It ensures the accountability of government and preserves its institutions. Contributor Arewa Youths may be taking the right step towards national unity. The Coalition of Northern Groups (CNG) also known as the Arewa Youths has suspended its mandate which ordered that Igbos living in the North must relocate before October 1. Contributor Angola Elections: Dos Santos may still call the shots. In an 1887 letter to Archbishop Mandell Creighton about holding leaders to universal moral standards, Lord John Action said that “Power tends to corrupt and absolute power corrupts absolutely.” For Angola’s José Eduardo dos Santos,... Contributor Why did South Africa grant Grace Mugabe immunity? South Africa is in a recession. Its President, Jacob Zuma, recently survived a no-confidence vote and there is heightened media attention around government activity. Contributor Too much ado about youth participation in Nigerian politics. One of the lesser-known stories from the Kenyan elections is the unprecedented parliamentary victory of 23-year old, John Paul Miriti. Contributor Are we giving Kagame too much praise? Zimbabwe was a happy place in April 1980 when Robert Mugabe was elected as Prime Minister and it became independent from British colonial leadership and white minority rule.