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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.

In Asante, Even The Trees Cry

The cool African mist poured its teary drops over the soft black skin of the gentle slopes of Kumawu when Nana Kwame Poku woke...

Echoes of African Military Power in Eurasia

HO, Volta Region, Ghana - Four thousand years ago, long before Alexander the Macedonian, a pharaoh of the 12th dynasty of Kemet extended African...

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...

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...

Geopolitical Opportunities Of Al Shabaab Attack On AU Base in Somalia

The Al Shabaab attack on the African Union peacekeeping base in Leego on the main road connecting the Somali capital of Mogadishu to the...

Echoes Of The St Petersburg International Economic Forum

The St Petersburg International Economic Forum (SPIEF) was held from June 18-20 2015 in Russia’s second capital of St Petersburg. The SPIEF has been...

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 FIFA Scandal And The US Geopolitics Of Arrogance

Football is the most popular sport in the world, a game that elicits so much passion and is a showcase of artistry, elegance and...

EU Thugs in Libya And Their Imperiousness

The Enlightenment Thugs also known as the European Union or EU for short recently announced a preposterous policy in regards to Libya. They proposed...

World War II – Historical Memory And Its Contradictions In The African Psyche

This May 2015 marks 70 years since the end of the Second World War in Europe. It lasted a bit longer in the Asia-Pacific...