Politics

Dababy Gets Curved Trying To Kiss Nigerian Fan

A video of famous American rapper, Dababy, being curved while trying to kiss a Nigerian fan has been making the rounds on social media. Recall that the rapper had made...

Dominica To Build Modern Community In Grand Bay Ville

Dominica's government is committed to transforming the country's housing and urban development sectors. As a result, housing programs...

How Danish man Peter Nielsen killed his Nigerian wife and daughter

The case of Peter Nielsen, a Danish man, was deliberated upon and judgment was passed at the Lagos...

The Caribbean Gets Hit With a Magnitude 5.1 Earthquake

The Caribbean has been experiencing several earthquakes within the last few days. According to reports, the latest earthquake recently...

Sierra Leone’s Krio Among New Languages Added To Google Translate

Krio, a Sierra Leonean language, has joined several languages from different parts of the world to make its...

African Oil Producers Seek More Investment To Boost Production

Main oil producers and exporters in Africa have come together to seek more investments. While in a meeting in Luanda, the capital of Angola,...

First Batch of Asylum Seekers from The U.K. To Arrive In Rwanda

The United Kingdom is now ready to send the first batch of asylum seekers and refugees to Rwanda after a signed agreement. In just a...

Zimbabwe Opens Border To Allow Import of Basic Commodities To Curb Rising Prices

To fight "substantial" price rises by retailers, Zimbabwe is enabling regular residents with access to US dollars to acquire essential foodstuffs for their use....

Egypt to Privatize Government-Owned Businesses as Country Experiences Economic Crisis

With the Egyptian economy suffering greatly as inflation reached almost 15% in April; the prime minister, Mostafa Madbouli, revealed a state plan to reduce...

Mali Backs Out of G5’s Anti-Extremist Force

In response to being rejected as head of the G5 regional group, Mali declared on Sunday that it would be withdrawing its participation from...

Hundreds Of Chadians Stage Anti-French Protest In N’djamena

On Saturday, May 14, hundreds of Chadians took part in an anti-French protest organized by the opposition group Wakit Tama. According to protesters, the French...