Tag: ECOWAS

Will a single currency for ECOWAS succeed?

Will a single currency for ECOWAS succeed?

Tech use in Nigeria on the rise but needs improvement

Tech use in Nigeria on the rise but needs improvement

Ghanaian president visits Buhari

Ghanaian president visits Buhari

How African countries can maximise the benefits AGOA provides

The 16th edition of AGOA Forum sought to explore how do we leverage trade for the economic good of our people and see the best way to maximise the opportunities of AGOA?

Why elections matter for democracy in Africa. The cases of Kenya and Rwanda

Sarah Logan | Economist, International Growth Centre   Critical elections are being held in Rwanda and Kenya. In Rwanda, the incumbent Paul Kagame will face Frank Habineza, of the Democratic Green Party of Rwanda and independent candidate Philippe Mpanyimana. In Kenya,...

Op-Ed: Why the quest for a single currency for West Africa won’t materialise soon

Tahiru Azaaviele Liedong | University of Bath It’s been nearly two decades since the idea of a single currency for West Africa was first mooted. Yet the sub-region is still far from having...

Israel and Senegal end diplomatic rift after leaders’ meeting

Israel's ambassador to Senegal will return to his post after he was recalled last year.

ECOWAS threatens sanctions in Guinea-Bissau amid political impasse

West African regional bloc ECOWAS said on Tuesday it was ready to impose targeted sanctions against those it deems responsible for blocking the implementation of a deal to resolve a political crisis in Guinea-Bissau.
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