This happened in 2015 in Nigeria. I have been seeing alot of extreme abuse of office cases by police men or Soliders and the situation is truly sad. I used the topic above because even in extreme cases such as Infidelity from your patner you have no right to be brutal because of your uniform. THAT uniform you Wear in which ever African country you are is to protect your people and not use it to abuse and terrorise them. Once I, Personally have been …Read More »
Institute for security studies counter terrorism researcher Martin Ewe has said that the organisation was investigating if the terrorist group would attack Pres. Trump’s investments in South africa as retaliation for the Presidents harsh foreign policy. He stated that he would find out trump’s business intrest in South africa but wouldnot remain quite about his findings. He also pointed out that Pres. Donald Trump’s harsh policies against Muslims could frustrate people to join the terrorist group. However Dr Nadvi Lubna refuted this thoughts saying “It …Read More »
MALANG SARR; He was born on January 23 1999. He is a French professional footballer who plays as a defender for Ligue 1 side Nice and the French national under 18 football team. He joined local side OGC Nice at the age of five. He spent the next 12 years in the club academy before making his Ligue 1 debut for the club on 14 August 2016 against Rennes. SEKOU KOITA; He is a Malian professional footballer. H e was born on 28th November, …Read More »
Africa must be great again: Gambians open up about loved ones whom they have lost to Jammeh Yayah’s tyranny.
After Jammeh has gone on exile with stolen money and properties.. Gambians have seen hope and are speaking up about their loved ones. Some calling for the release of those locked up unjustly for speaking up against Jammeh, Some are saying their loved ones are still missing while the rest are mourning those who they lost during their battle against tyranny. SEE REPORTS BELOW;Read More »
There is tension in South Africa today because it marks the start of the academic year at many institutions across South Africa. Last year student protested for free higher education at most universities throughout the country. Some of the protests resulted in violent clashes with several student leaders arrested and still facing public violence charges. One of the most seriously affected universities was the University of Witwatersrand in Johannesburg. The university Vice Chancellor is Professor Adam Habib. I would continue to encourage peaceful protest across …Read More »
Protest proceeds in Nigeria despite the fact that 2face (the original initiator) cowed out at the last minute.
Tuface cowed out at the last minute of the protest.. he stated that he heard news that the protest was to be hijacked by miscreants but some reported that he was secretly arrested by the DSS (Nigerian Department of States Service ) which Tuface denied. Thankfully People continued the protest including some Nigerian celebrities ; Charlyboy and comedian Seyi-law. The protesters have also converged at other different places in Abuja, Ibadan and other places in Nigeria despite the Nigerian Police threats. The demonstration of …Read More »
It is no more news that Beyonce paid tribute to the Yoruba goddess, Oshun(who is a mother of twins) in her song lemonade and months later queen bey announces she is pregnant with twins. These are the things you need to know about the Yoruba goddess (Yoruba is about tribe in West Africa,Nigeria) She was known as the goddess of beauty, fertility, love, prosperity and order She is the daughter of Obatala the first amongst the gods and he blessed her with mysticism and divination. …Read More »
Imagine the horror of undergoing that life threatning process just to get the perfect Black American accent you want and the result comes out the total opposite. Lmao. Watch the funny video belowRead More »
Africa must be great again: Angola president has agreed to step down after more than 37 years in power.
How do you get so drunk in power and rule a country for that long? The position of President dates from Angola’s independence from Portugal. Agostinho Neto held the position when his People’s Movement for the Liberation of Angola (MPLA) won control of the country from the Portuguese. When Neto died in 1979, Jose Eduardo Dos Santos succeeded him. Under Dos Santos’s leadership, Angola became a multi-party state, although controlled by Dos Santos. The most recent elections, held in 1992, reelected Dos Santos with 49% …Read More »