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Chika Ezeanya-Esiobu

Dr Chika Ezeanya Esiobu is the Principal of Julani Varsity and author of Indigenous Knowledge and Education in Africa (Springer: 2019). In 2019, she was recognised as one of the most influential persons of African descent under 40.

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Toxic Cooking Pots and the Rise in Cancer and other Health Issues across Sub-Saharan Africa

Many years ago, cancer and certain health issues were considered "western" diseases in that they afflicted mostly western nations. Today,  the tide seems to...

If Christianity is here to stay for Africans, What can they learn from Jesus Christ about tribalism?

At the root of ‘tribalism’ across Africa are a number of factors ranging from an innate feeling of superiority of one’s ethnic group over...

The Bible and Women Empowerment: Daughters and the Inheritance of Landed Property

About 3,500 years ago, at a time it was unheard of for women to dream of owning landed property in the nation of Israel,...

Looking beyond the outfit: Okonjo-Iweala’s Message to Africans

On her first day at work, the World Trade Organization Director-General, Dr Ngozi Okonjo Iweala, walked up the stairs to her Geneva office, proudly...

Veronica’s Kitchen, African Food and the Coming Revolution

The line of Hispanics, African Americans, Asians, and European Americans waiting to be served in front of Veronica’s Kitchen, a Nigerian restaurant in Inglewood,...

Zikism and Africa’s Mental Emancipation

  Nnamdi Azikiwe, also known as Zik of Africa, one of the foremost champions of nationalism across sub-Saharan Africa. He was a philosopher, poet, thinker,...

Deconstructing and Reconstructing the African’s Mindset: Strategies, Platforms and Projected Impact.

It is my utmost pleasure to present this keynote speech during this year’s Africa Knows conference. It is an honor to share this esteemed...

The AfCFTA: Prospects for Africa in the WTO

Africa has been historically marginalized under the global trading regime represented by the World Trade Organization (WTO). This marginalization is not necessarily hatched in...