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Buhari’s cabinet: solid choices, but too few women and too elitist

International Law expert Dr Gbenga Oduntan says there is no excuse for the “shoddy handling” of ministerial appointments in Nigeria in his latest article to be published by The Conversation. Buhari’s cabinet: solid choices, but too few women and too elitist Nigeria’s new cabinet, … Continue reading

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Gibraltar’s contested waters: it’s time to settle this unedifying spat

International Law expert Dr Gbenga Oduntan addresses ‘significant issues of sovereignty, jurisdiction and control over Gibraltar’ in an article published by The Conversation. Gibraltar’s contested waters: it’s time to settle this unedifying spat Spain and the UK are at loggerheads … Continue reading

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Kent International Law expert urges Nigeria’s new government to address “ingrained corruption”

Kent International Law expert Dr Gbenga Oduntan urges Nigeria’s new government to address “ingrained corruption” as a matter of priority in an article published online by The Conversation: Nigeria and corruption: what Presdent Buhari must do to tackle it Africa’s … Continue reading

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