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.
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. Golooba has a double nationality, Ugandan and Rwandan.
Olivier Mushimire is a lecturer at the Kigali Independent University school of law. A passionate advocate of human rights and justice for genocide survivors for about a decade – writing principally about EAC legal system, genocide denial and criminal justice. Olivier is also a Rwandan civil servant who reflects on the transformation of Rwanda as a chapter of the African revolution.
Dr. Alphonse Muleefu is a Senior Lecturer – UR School of Law and author of The Independence of the International Criminal Court: Between a Rock and a Hard Place (Intersentia, 2019). He is a Rwandan national.
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: firstname.lastname@example.org
Dr Moses Khisa is Assistant Professor of Political Science in the School of Public & International Affairs at North Carolina State University. His research and teaching interests include the political economy of development, politics of institutional change, civil-military relations, among others.
Dr Chikodiri Nwangwu teaches Political Science at the University of Nigeria, Nsukka. His research and teaching interests straddle political economy, election studies, and counterinsurgency. He is a member of APSA, NPSA, AROCSA and CORN-West Africa. Email: email@example.com
Joachim Buwembo is a social and political commentator based in Kampala. For over three decades, he has edited national newspapers in Uganda, Kenya and Tanzania. He now conducts mentorship programmes in Health, Environment/Climate Change and Development Journalism.
Yusuf Serunkuma is a scholar based at Makerere Institute of Social Research (MISR) at Makerere University in Kampala. He is the author of the recently published book, Non-Essential Humans: Essays on Governance, Ruin and Survival in Covid-19 Uganda (2022)
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