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Cameroon: Why President Biya’s Rule May Be Hanging On By A Thread

Posted: October 1, 2018 at 10:04 am   /   AFRICA, Opinion

With simmering apathy against President Paul Biya’s 36-year rule coming to a head in Cameroon, there are indications he may soon be shown the exit door from the country’s corridors of power. Fresh expectations, suspense, raging oppositions, and uncertainties are often common characteristics of ideal elections. But when Cameroon goes to the polls for its […]

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Rod Rosensteins Melodrama: A Distraction Or A Set-UP?

Posted: September 26, 2018 at 7:01 am   /   Article, FEATURED STORIES, Opinion, U.S.

Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein was summoned to the White House on Monday amid speculation that he was going to resign or be fired. Rosenstein’s future at the Department of Justice has been in question since the New York Times published a bombshell story this past weekend.  The Times reported that Rosenstein considered coordinating invocation […]

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Tanzania: Counting The Cost Of President Magufuli’s Anti-Contraceptive Stance

Posted: September 13, 2018 at 5:21 pm   /   AFRICA, Opinion, WORLD

President John Magufuli of Tanzania recently charged women in the country to avoid the use of contraceptives, a situation which could birth population explosion. CARACAL REPORTS examines the implication of the President’s speech to the socio-economic development of the East African nation. The spiraling population is what any President would lose sleep over, given its enormous costs. […]

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Why The Times Anonymous Op-Ed Is Unsettling Trump White House

Posted: September 8, 2018 at 11:25 am   /   Article, Opinion, U.S., WORLD

President Donald Trump told reporters on Friday that he wants Attorney General Jeff Sessions to uncover the identity of the senior administration official who published an anonymous op-ed in the New York Times earlier this week. Trump is now obsessed with discovering the identity of the staffer who told the world the President is mentally […]

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Can President Kabila’s exit salvage DR Congo?

Posted: August 21, 2018 at 12:07 pm   /   AFRICA, Article, Opinion, WORLD

President Joseph Kabila’s declaration that he would not run for the third term in the forthcoming December elections has been dominating political discussions in the continent for long, but now, attention is drifting towards the future of a Democratic Republic of Congo without him. On August 8, news of incumbent President Joseph Kabila not running […]

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Saraki's senate

Nigeria: Saraki’s Senate, IGP, and the question of Integrity

Posted: June 11, 2018 at 6:23 pm   /   AFRICA, Opinion

Like a cold war with perennial tentacles, the country’s unpleasant political fall-outs keep reinventing malleability. The Buhari’s administrations constant dust-up with the legislature —- Saraki’s Senate to be point-blank —- exudes shame; the kind that annuls all lively ideas of good governance. In the native Igbo sociological literature, there is a distinct wise saying that: […]

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Devin Nunes

Trump Spy Fantasies Fueled By Errand Boy Congressman Devin Nunes

Posted: May 25, 2018 at 5:02 pm   /   Opinion, Politics, U.S.

Recently, President Donald Trump tweeted, “Clapper has now admitted that there was Spying in my campaign. Large dollars were paid to the Spy, far beyond normal. Starting to look like one of the biggest political scandals in U.S. history. SPYGATE – a terrible thing!” Once again the President lied. Former Director of National Intelligence James […]

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Burundi referendum

Burundi: When Referendum Becomes A Nation’s Lifeline

Posted: May 7, 2018 at 3:22 pm   /   AFRICA, Article, Opinion

As May 17- deal day for a constitutional referendum in Burundi- closes in, Caracal Reports correspondents, James Ojo examines the growing controversies and why the constitutional exercise remains a watershed in the political history of the East African nation. There are two sides to a coin. Come May 17, Burundi, a country in East Africa […]

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Nigeria: Still waiting for the gains of independence

Posted: March 19, 2018 at 6:45 pm   /   Article, Opinion

57 years after independence, JAMES OJO takes a critical look at the state of Nigerian politics and what the future holds as the country jogs up for another general election in 2019. Not once, not twice, for too long; the hankerings for meaningful socio-economic development and good governance in Nigeria have been coming. But they seemed too […]

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Robert Mueller

Trump Campaign To Discredit FBI Reaches New Peak

Posted: January 31, 2018 at 4:42 pm   /   Opinion, Politics, U.S.

President Trump’s criticism of the FBI is threatening to turn this nonpartisan agency into chaos. This week, it was reported that Trump attempted to fire Special Counsel Robert Mueller after he was appointed to lead an investigation of Russian interference in the 2016 presidential election. Trump attempted to fire Mueller in June 2017 according to […]

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