Kanayo Ndubuaku is a journalist based in Nigeria. He covers local and international stories concerning social problems and responses. Also, he writes extensively about crime and terrorism, elections, political unrest and democracy, enviroment and human rights. From writing, editing, investigations and final reportage he brings uniqueness to story telling and news writing.
The story looks into democracy and some factors impeding it's smooth running in the African continent.
The article examines the coming of new British prime minister Boris Johnson and his Brexit stance, the story also concludes with expectations for Africa.
The continuous penetration of artificial intelligence and other digital technologies into everyday human dealings comes with a high risk of interfering with basic human rights. The article examines the risks, and social responses towards finding a lasting solution to the problem of data privacy and protection