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Jehuti Nefekare

Jehuti Nefekare is a Mathematician by training and by intent. He studied Applied Mathematics at the Graduate Level. He is interested in Languages, History, Geopolitics and Geoeconomics. He is fluent in one of the major languages of Eurasia and shares his perspectives on Grandmother Africa.

Military Power And The Meaning Of National Sovereignty

Today many nations in Africa and in the world, have national flags, national anthems and celebrate what they call Independence Day, which is when...

The Re-emerging African Civilizational Realm

The idea of Africa as a civilizational realm, unique and distinct from other civilizations with its sovereign worldview and its own mode of thought,...

BREXIT Is Good for Africa

ACCRA -- The decision by the UK on Friday June 24, 2016 to leave the EU came as a shock to many people. Polls...

Ebola: I Am The Lord Terror Virus

In fact in the year 1999 on BBC Health, a discovery was announced by a Nigerian scientist Dr Maurice Iwu, who set up and headed a Bioresources Development and Conservation Programme. He had found a set of compounds from Garcina Kola a plant commonly chewed in West Africa.

Reclaiming the Authentic African Education in Science and Technology

ACCRA -- The present educational system in Africa is a direct clone or sometimes a derivative of the colonial educational system imposed by the...

The Eye of Horus and the Rise of the Confederation

A cold blast of air split the early morning dawn in Accra on one listless day in early September 1990. The midwives and doctor...

Russia’s Foreign Policy – Background and Lessons for the African Union

ACCRA -- On March 3’rd 2016, Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov published an article on Russia’s Foreign Policy – Historical Background in the influential...

Syria – The Beginning of a Major World War?

ACCRA -- The situation in Syria is getting out of control. It is likely that it is heading towards the beginning stages of a...

Panama Papers – How Global Tax Evasion Ensnares Africa’s Power Elite

ACCRA -- It sounded like a scene from a spy thriller reminiscent of the high stakes game of shadows during the Cold War. Its...

A Cloudless Sky – A Short Story By Nathan Dubovitsky

Over our village the sky was clear. So we went out to look at the moon and the birds in the city on the...