New man vows to restore Nigeria’s standing in Europe

By |september 30th, 2018|Economic Partnership Agreement, ECOWAS, Kingsley Moghalu, News, Nigeria|

Kingsley Moghalu is a confident man. He needs to be. The former UN official and deputy central bank governor turned politician will take on President Muhammudu Buhari in Nigeria's presidential elections next February, and the odds are stacked against him.

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EU asks Mali for details of key presidential vote

By |avgust 1st, 2018|ECOWAS, elections, ethnic violence, G5 Sahel, Ibrahim Aboubacar Keita, Mali, News, Soumaila Cisse, United Nations|

The European Union on Tuesday (31 July) pressured Mali to present a "complete and detailed list" of polling stations where a key presidential election could not be held due to violence.

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International pressure ramps up over Liberia election delay

By |november 15th, 2017|African Union, ECOWAS, elections, Ellen Johnson Sirleaf, George Weah, good governance, Liberia, News|

The European Union yesterday (14 November) joined an international chorus urging Liberian political parties and its electoral commission to end "unnecessary delays" and elect a new president.

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ONE Africa director: African infrastructure needs G20 investment

By |maj 9th, 2017|Africa, EAS, ECOWAS, Ethiopia, G20, Kenya, News|

Africa needs investment from the G20 in its infrastructure if European efforts to increase trade are to have any positive effect. The continent also needs to set up its own internal markets. EURACTIV Germany reports.

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MEPs in Ghana and Ivory Coast to monitor EPA implementation

By |april 18th, 2017|ACP, ACP countries, Bernd Lange, Cotonou agreement, ECOWAS, EU-ACP, European Parliament, Ghana, International Trade committee, Ivory Coast, Lome Convention, News, Post-Cotonou|

MEPs from the European Parliament’s International Trade Committee are in West Africa this week, to monitor the implementation of Economic Partnership Agreements.

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