Adeyemi Adediran: The Nigerian Harvard Law Student defending a veteran at the U.S. Court of Appeals
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Africans rising Adeyemi Adediran: The Nigerian Harvard Law Student defending a veteran at the U.S. Court of Appeals

Adeyemi Adediran moved to the U.S. six years ago and he is currently a second year student at the Harvard Law School where he participated in the Federal Tax Clinic. He argued in front of the U.S. Court of Appeals on behalf of a military veteran with PTSD. The veteran’s appeal to the Seventh Circuit centred on his eligibility for innocent spouse relief under the Internal Revenue Code.

Rwanda: President Kagame says he’s unlikely to seek a fourth term
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Politics and Society Rwanda: President Kagame says he’s unlikely to seek a fourth term

Rwanda’s President Paul Kagame has said he is unlikely to contest for a fourth term. If President Kagame who won 98 percent of the vote in the 2017 presidential polls decides against contesting the next elections, the decision could significantly shake Rwanda’s political landscape, which has been dominated by the ruling party.