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All Posts Tagged With: "Ayo Johnson"

Debating the impact of the ICC ruling on Sudan’s Al-Bashir

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Debating the impact of the ICC ruling on Sudan’s Al-Bashir

This week, an appeals chamber at the International Criminal Court ruled that the ICC should review evidence of genocide against the current President of Sudan, Omar al-Bashir. Worldfocus contributing blogger Ayo Johnson and others weigh in on the decision.

Posted: February 5, 2010 15:22   Comments: 19
West African leaders pledge to battle corruption

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West African leaders pledge to battle corruption

Worldfocus contributing blogger Ayo Johnson writes about the importance of battling corruption in Africa. He points to certain leaders who exemplify efforts to change a practice that costs Africa over $150 billion per year.

Posted: January 7, 2010 16:01   Comments: 26
Guinean military on prowl for suspected Camara shooter

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Guinean military on prowl for suspected Camara shooter

The ruling junta in Guinea is continuing its manhunt for Lt. Aboubacar "Toumba" Diakite, who allegedly shot military ruler Moussa Camara in the head last week. During the past several days, security officials have rounded up at least 60 people suspected of involvement in the assassination attempt. Watch what three African news sources are saying about recent events.

Posted: December 8, 2009 14:02   Comments: 16
Gender politics drives high HIV rates for African women

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Gender politics drives high HIV rates for African women

Worldfocus contributing blogger Ayo Johnson writes about the high rates of HIV infection among women in Sub-Saharan Africa, who make up an estimated 61 percent of those living with the virus. He argues that widespread gender inequality increases women's vulnerability to HIV.

Posted: December 1, 2009 13:35   Comments: 16
Africa remains the final frontier for economic growth

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Africa remains the final frontier for economic growth

Ayo Johnson, a Worldfocus contributing blogger, writes about extraction of natural resources in Africa. The piece, excerpted from his blog, Africa Speak International, argues that Chinese investment in Africa has benefited that continent and speaks to Africa's natural strategic importance.

Posted: November 18, 2009 12:07   Comments: 32
Opposition leader wins Ghana’s runoff election

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Opposition leader wins Ghana’s runoff election

A Worldfocus contributing blogger writes about the significance of Ghana's elections for Africa as a whole after Ghanaian opposition candidate John Atta Mills emerged victorious in a runoff vote.

Posted: January 5, 2009 19:01   Comments: 2

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