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Free SHS Policy: Why I Oppose It

Because of my geographic extraction – hailing from the northern sector of Ghana – it is anticipated that I would be among the happiest...
Civic

Civic Literacy is Badly Needed in Africa

Populism is growing globally like cancer and unlike doctors, we aren’t doing much to treat the root causes. When I look at what is...
State Resources

Principal of Kintampo College of Health Abuses State Resources, Conflict of Interest

(Kintampo) - The Citizens Board's investigative team has gathered fresh evidence in support of allegations by aggrieved staff of the College of Health and...

Politics

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Kenya’s post-election violence: the harm that’s been done to children

Kenya’s recent general election was held amid political tension and fear. Election violence is not new to the East African country. About 1,100 people,...
Vote of no confidence

Jacob Zuma Survives Vote of No Confidence

(Cape Town) - President Jacob Zuma survived a vote of no confidence in him for the eighth time. Voting happened in secret in the...
dynastic politics

Kenyatta or Odinga? Why dynastic politics is alive and well in Kenya

Author: Nic Cheeseman, University of Birmingham Kenya’s general election will be contested by a large number of hopefuls, but in reality, it’s a two-horse race between...

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Editorial

The Narrative Must Change – Now!

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For our maiden editorial, the Citizens Board would like to indicate the footprint and legacy it wishes to leave for posterity. Our ethos emanates from some disheartening observations in the current African media industry. The current media landscape in democratically stable countries in Africa is...

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