Dr. Mordecai Ogada is a Conservation policy consultant. His work includes scholarly examination of the policy problems and prejudices that underlie the challenges of biodiversity conservation in the Global South. He currently serves as Director of Conservation Solutions Afrika, a natural resource management consultancy firm.
Alexander Onukwue is a Nigerian journalist. He has a Master of Research and Public Policy degree, under the Partnership for African Social and Governance Research (PASGR), from the University of Lagos.
Ademola is a Nigerian political analyst. He is a graduate in Accounting, and a Pan Africanist committed to using his artistic skills to sensitize the people of Africa on the factors of their oppression.
Dr Donald Kaberuka is a Rwandan economist and the former president of the African Development Bank. Since 2020, he is the African Union’s Special Envoy in charge of mobilising international economic support for the continent in the fight against COVID-19.
Jean-Luc Galabert is a French anthropologist, writer, and editor who wrote several books and articles about the history and culture of Rwanda. He participated in the founding of Izuba Editions, which publishes Rwandan and African authors. He also contributes to the consultancy firm “Inter-Culturel”.
Jonathan Said is the Head of Sector Practices at the Tony Blair Institute, where he is responsible for strengthening the institute’s support to African governments on industrialisation, agriculture, energy, climate, human capital development, delivery and centre of government strengthening. He was born and bred in Malta.
Part of the problem facing Africa is that the agency to articulate the trials and tribulations of Africans has for long been usurped by foreigners. As a principle, everyone should get involved in debates on Africa, of course. However, rather than Read more