2014 South African International Book Fair

Adedayo Thomas setting up the Africanliberty.org. Stand (P13) for the 2014 South African International Book Fair in June in Cape Town,  Not only does he have a selection of inspiring books for people to read, and some of which he can give them, plus the CDs ‘Ideas for a Free Society’ but also he has […]

AfricanLiberty.org Seminar and Book Donation

An AfricanLiberty.org seminar and book donation was held at the Federal University, Oye Ekiti in Nigeria on May 19th 2014 and the student attendance was impressive despite it being in the examination period.  The 67 staff who attended got a free African edition of the book  ‘foundations of a Free Society’ by Eamonn Butler and […]

An African version of Foundations of a Free Society

An African version of Foundations of a Free Society, by Eamonn Butler and published by the Institute of Economic Affairs  has now been published in Nigeria thanks to the hard work of Adedayo Thomas.  He will now make it available to the students in his seminars throughout sub-Saharan Africa so they can get a better […]

African Students and Young Professionals Essay Competition

On March 7th the African Students and Young Professionals Essay Competition 2014 was announced in the Nation Newspaper.  The title is “Creating the Foundations of a Free Society” and the competition is supported by The Nation Newspapers – Nigeria, African Liberty.org and Network for a Free Society.       2014  ESSAY COMPETITION  African Students […]

Alexander McCobin’s visit to Nigeria in July

Alexander McCobin’s (Student for Liberty President)  visited Nigeria in July and amongst other things presented Cash Prizes and return tickets to Kenya to winners of the 2013 African Liberty Essay Competition powered by Network for a Free Society. Alex rounded the seminar up with a lecture on the need for students to be actively involved […]

Result of the 2013 Essay Competition

Result of the 2013 Essay Competition by The Nation CAMPUSLIFE-Nigeria in collaboration with Blantyre newspaper- Malawi and AfricanLiberty.org Powered by Network for a Free Society.                     A total of 271 essays were graded.  The score ranges between 74% and 10%, with the highest being 74 percent […]

Building Today for Prosperity Tomorrow

Building Today for Prosperity Tomorrow was the topic for a week long student outreach and book fair in Nigeria organised in March by Adedayo Thomas.  This was under the auspices of AfricanLiberty.org and first a new chapter of the African Liberty Students Organisation (ALSO) was formed at the University of Benin in Edo State.  After […]

2013 Essay Competition

“Building Today for a Prosperous Africa” is the title of the 2013 AfricanLiberty.org student essay competition run by AfricanLiberty.org in conjunction with Network for a Free Society and the Nation Newspaper, Nigeria and the Blantyre Newspapers in Malawi.  The question is “Nations which are economically free out-perform non-free nations in all indicators of well being.  […]

African Liberty Book Expo

AfricanLiberty started her 2013 outreach program with a week-long (Jan 14-18) book expo at the Yaba College of Technology Lagos-Nigeria. As well as personal interest in the work of ALO and the books on offer, over 100 students and staffs raised questions and discussed the answers with ALO Staff. All visitors went home with the […]

The Results of the 2012 Essay Competition.

The credibility and popularity of the essay competition grows with each year it is run.   The number of participants increased to 198 which is very encouraging for a continent where few students have any knowledge of the basic principles of a free society.  They came from 10 countries – Cameroon, Ethiopia, Ghana, Kenya, Malawi, Mozambique, […]