Kenyan gospel music: Why Papa Fololo is a Fraud




James Ouma

Something happened during the last visit by Strathmore University that has compelled the ‘Father’ in me to share about the music that our children and young people listen, sing and dance to. Though we use a lot of music and dance in our mentorship programme there are songs that are becoming a no-go zone as I keep on exploring what the lyrics and dance moves mean.

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Discussing ‘Peace and Security Co-operation’ in Central Africa




Anant Mishra

International Geography

The United Nations Regional Office for Central Africa (UNOCA) comprises of ten countries: Angola, Burundi, Cameroon, Central African Republic, Chad, Congo, Democratic Republic of the Congo, Equatorial Guinea, Gabon and São Tomé and Príncipe. Each of these sovereign nations is also part of the Economic Community for Central African States (ECCAS).

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Resolving the conflicts of religion in Ghanaian schools

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Charles Ayitey


Religion, Education and Ghana: From Colonial to the Independence Era


Upon the introduction of colonial rule in Africa, colonies, now independent states, are documented to have been left with particular legacies, at the forefront of which has been religion, along the lines of Christianity or Islamism.

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