Latest Articles by Lukmon Akintola Contributor What ICC’s intervention would mean in Gabon. On Thursday, the International Criminal Court (ICC) commenced a preliminary examination in Gabon over the post-electoral violence that rocked the state. Contributor How the war is affecting basic child education in CAR. On Wednesday, the United Nations revealed that over 10,000 children have been unable to resume school in Central African Republic (CAR) this academic year because of the prolonged civil war in the state which has... Contributor Here is why the proposed ‘Operation Rescue Final’ is relevant. On Wednesday, the Nigerian Army revealed its plan to launch a new operation codenamed ‘Operation Rescue Final’. Contributor Amnesty International calls for an end to war crimes in Sudan. “The scale and brutality of these attacks is hard to put into words. Contributor UN reveals why school meals project in Mali must continue. “Hungry people cannot be learning or producing anything, except perhaps violence.” – Pearl Bailey On Tuesday, the United Nations World Food Program (WFP) revealed that about 180,000 pupils in Mali will be out of school if... Contributor Why South Sudan’s conflicts may get worse. A renewed military confrontation is set to erupt in South Sudan. This came after the rebel forces’ garrison was attacked by the government troops in Bentiu on Tuesday. Contributor UNICEF to launch awareness campaign on violence against children in Nigeria. On Monday, the United Nations Children Fund (UNICEF) revealed its plan to officially launch a campaign on violence against children in Nigeria.