Category Archives: African Community Issues

Inhumanity, Cruelty, Slavery, and Human Trafficking in Libya

We must make sure the evacuations are complete, that those guilty of crimes in the situation are held accountable, and the sociopolitical situations, poor leaderships, and economic hardships in the home countries that result in these migrations in the first place are seriously addressed...

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Africans Rally Against Modern Slavery in Libya

Recently, horrible and dehumanizing images, and videos have been circulating on Social media and forums depicting the maltreatment of African youths said to be seeking to travel to Europe via Libya. We have not verified these images or videos but they are so inhumane and undeserving depictions of man's inhumanity to fellow man, and ought to be decried with immediate effect and urgency...

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Proscription of IPOB, and categorization of the group as a ‘terrorist organization’ Unconstitutional – Bukola Saraki, Nigeria’s Senate President.

"the announcement of the proscription of the group, Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB) by Governors of the South-east states and the categorization of the group as a ‘terrorist organisation’ by the Nigerian military are unconstitutional and does not follow due process. Our laws make clear provisions for taking such actions and without the due process being followed, such declaration cannot have effect. "

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Government Provoking Violence, Embarking on Illegal Action By Deploying Troops to Terrorize People of the Southeast – Ebun Olu Adegboruwa Esq.

"Law Enforcement is the Duty of the police and not of the military. We cannot continue to wake up to people with camouflage and guns every day.
Nigerian Constitution says that “Every person shall be entitled to freedom of expression, including freedom to hold opinions. If Kanu has said anything to incite violence, you arrest him and charge him to court. You do not deploy the army to shut his mouth."

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PRESS RELEASE: African Kings Meet Native American Chiefs To Broker Peace On Nelson Mandela Day (Spirit Of Peace)

African Kings Meet Native American Chiefs To Broker Peace On Nelson Mandela Day (Spirit Of Peace)

    Contact:     Wale Idris Ajibade     Executive Director     646-226-0262     wale.ajibade@africanviews.org FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Traditional African kings meet with native American Chiefs at the Wall street’s historic federal hall to mark the official end of the legendary feud between...

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Africa Is On The Move – Declares Obama In Kenya

"People are being lifted out of poverty, incomes are up, the middle class is growing and young people like you are harnessing technology to change the way Africa is doing business," Obama said. "The narrative of African despair is false, and indeed was never true," Kenyatta added.

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Nigeria May Have The Richest And The Poorest Person in Africa – Oyebode

The Chairman and Managing Partner, Aluko & Oyebode a leading Nigerian law firm, Gbenga Oyebode Esq., has stated that Nigeria may have the richest as well as the poorest person in the African continent. Mr. Oyebode stated this while delivering the keynote address at this year's Nigerian Lawyers Association Annual Merit Awards Dinner...

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