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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.

On Greece – A Eurozone Debt And A Referendum

The Greek debt crisis has been captivating the attention of the geopolitically connected and global finance watchers for the past five years. It has...

The Riemann Hypothesis – Nigerian Mathematician Enoch Opeyemi Holds a Proof

Nigerian Mathematician Enoch Opeyemi holds the most plausible solution to the Riemann Hypothesis. Dr Nina Ringo, a Russian mathematician who is a specialist in the...

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...

GMOs For Food – How The West Intends To Re-Colonize And Enslave Africa

Control oil and you control nations; control food and you control the people. These words packed with a prophetic meaning were spoken by Henry Kissinger...

Africa And The Newly Emerging World Order

The collapse of the old Kingdom of the first great civilized state in Africa, Kemet, brought a period of chaos which only ended with...

The Uprising Of The Second Dimension

Nobody knew when it had started, or even why it had started at the time it did. I did not know either. The only...

The Ebola Vaccine Pug Fest In Ghana: A Manifold Perspective

The news of the Ebola vaccine trial in Hohoe in the Volta region of Ghana began to filter into the media in May. The...

The Munich Security Conference 2015: War And Peace On The African Periphery

The first Munich Security Conference was held in 1963. This year's summit, the 51’st in the series, held from Feb 6 to Feb 8, highlighted...

The Garrisa University Massacre And The Rising Threat Of Terror In Africa

Some gruesome images are used. Hence the reader's discretion is strongly advised. The warning was in the air. The people of the town of Garrisa...

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...