The Governance Report
Reading between the SONA lines
As the president rightly acknowledged, the fact that the State of the Nation (SONA 2022) did not unfold in parliament is a useful analogy for the fact that our country is on fire, too often quite literally. Though perhaps not as acutely as it was in the July 2021...
COVID-19: In Kenya, confusion and corruption while politicians flout lockdowns
Kenya was engulfed by a cloud of apprehension on 12 March 2020, when the Ministry of Health confirmed the country’s first case of coronavirus since its outbreak in China in December 2019.
Africa in Fact C-19 blog series: Theme 1: Leadership Style
On 28 May, Ethiopia marked the 29th anniversary of the fall of a military Marxist government in May 1991. It was also a day when the country marked its highest increase in the number of people who have contracted the COVID-19 virus since the first case was reported in March this year.
COVID-19: When a governor believes it’s a hoax and ordinary flu
As of 25 May this year, a total of 8,068 cases of COVID-19 were recorded in 34 of Nigeria’s 36 states, as well as in the Federal Capital Territory (FCT). Only two states had no officially recorded cases at the time: Kogi State in the country’s middle belt region and Cross River State in the south.
Here you’ll find up-to-date Covid-19 stats provided by the WHO COVID-19 DASHBOARD and in-depth reporting on the governance around Covid-19
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