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Pegasus, Amnesty International and the Preservation of the World Order

On 19 July 2021, Amnesty International made allegations that different countries were conducting surveillance operations using the Pegasus software. Amnesty’s Secretary General, Agnes Callamard,...

Knowledge sharing through Pan-African Cooperation

On the Fourth of July, Rwanda celebrated its Liberation Day for the 27th year. Liberation Day marks both the celebration of RPF’s decisive military...

The Role of Africa(ns) in Jesus Christ’s Salvation Mission

For so long Africans have been subjected to the Euro-American interpretations of Christianity, which, among other misrepresentations, barely acknowledges the central contributions of Africa(ns)...

High Blood Pressure Lowering Effects of African BitterLeaf (Vernonia Amygdalina)

Several scientific studies have established the potency of African bitterleaf (Vernonia amydalina) in reducing blood pressure with little or no side effects. The bitterleaf...

Understanding the drivers of herders-farmers’ conflicts in West Africa – Part 2

The gale of armed confrontations between transhumant pastoralists of mainly Fulani ethnic nationality and peasant farmers/host communities have increased in frequency, intensity and geographical...

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Dr Frederick Golooba-Mutebi is an independent researcher. He is a former executive director of Makerere Institute of Social Research (MISR) and has been attached to the University of Witwatersrand in South Africa. He is the Executive Director at The Karisimbi Institute. Golooba has a double nationality, Ugandan and Rwandan.
Dr Lonzen Rugira is a Rwandan independent consultant in applied policy research and a public affairs commentator. He is a former academic at Howard University and at the University of Rwanda
Dr Kingsley Ugwuanyi is the copy editor for Pan African Review. He holds a PhD in English and is an academic of Linguistics at Northumbria University, Newcastle upon Tyne, UK and at University of Nigeria, Nsukka Enugu State, Nigeria. He is a Nigerian. Email: kingsley.ugwuanyi@northumbria.ac.uk