The Shooting of Daunte Wright and the Meaning of George Floyd’s Death How much has changed since the events of last spring? By Jelani Cobb

George Floyd Square, the intersection in Minneapolis where Floyd died, last May, features a mural that says “You Changed the World, George.” And, in the eleven months since Floyd’s agonizing death, captured on video, we have seen changes ranging from mercenary corporate endorsements of the phrase “Black Lives Matter” to personal reckonings with the role …

Buhari’s Northernization of The Nigeria Police Force   By Chief Mike Ozekhome, SAN

I had, on 4th February, in a widely reported press release, coupled with outing on Channels TV (Politics Today), kicked against the extension of Ex IGP Mohammed Adamu’s tenure. I had termed it as not only “patently glaringly illegal, unconstitutional”, but also “because he was denying other members of the Nigeria Police Force who are …

Kigali: A city with a new story to tell by CNN

Kigali's streets thrum with traffic, motorbikes darting around buses, its roadside markets a hive of activity. Standing on the roadside, it's much like any other major city in the heart of Africa. But this is a city that stands apart from other metropolises on the continent. Today, Rwanda's capital is synonymous with the surrounding green …

Profile of Kene Ilochonwu

He recently joined the league of the accomplished who have put Nigeria on the global map. Kene Ilochonwu last year became the first Black Bencher at the Law Society of Alberta Province in Canada after 113 years. The legal counsel with Parkland Corporation tells Funke Olaode his moment, luck and being at the right place …