Well, at least that’s what research conducted by The Pew Research Center suggests. The BBC has summarized the ten most important things to come out of the research about Africa. Tanzania’s gain to fame comes at point number seven. The entire document is worth reading.
It must be quite something being the US Ambassador to Tanzania. The previous gentleman to occupy the position, Mark Green, was Bush’s man. Generally, a well received fellow. Queitly spoken, focused on the issues that were being endorsed by his President. PEPFAR stuff. All par for the course. And then along comes Alfonso. He is […]
It all happened rather quickly. By Wednesday last week, Nigeria had, in former Vice President Goodluck Jonathan, an Acting President, a position which is apparently unrecognised in the country’s constitution. There are only two ways in which an incumbent President can be removed from office in Nigeria. Either the Federal Executive Council, i.e the Cabinet, […]