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Prof ZalangaSamuel Zalanga is a Professor of Sociology at Bethel University, St. Paul, Minnesota, United States where he currently teaches Sociology of Development among other fields. Before moving to the United States in 1993 to pursue graduate studies, he lived and taught in Bauchi State, Northeastern Nigeria. He completed his Bachelor’s and Master’s degrees in Sociology at Bayero University, Kano, and University of Jos, respectively in Northern Nigeria.

Below is a selection of some of his contributions at Baobab Africa.

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Africa mourns King of Pop
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Liberian government to introduce biometric ID card By Roland Perry
The Government of Liberia through the Civil Service Agency has revealed that it will shortly lunch a Biometric ID Card ...
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When life is brutish and dreams fade away
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African nations agree on $10 billion
Three African nations Nigeria, Niger and Algeria signed an agreement to jointly construct the Trans-Saharan Gas Pipeline (TSGP) from Nigeria ...
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Globacom lays broadband cables in Ghana
By Kent Mensah A new mobile telephony company in Ghana - Globacom - has reportedly begun construction works  to lay ...
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Solar powered cellphone launched in Kenya
By Philip Emase A Kenyan telecommunications firm has launched a cheap solar powered mobile phone for the low  income market ...
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