The Continent of Africa is beautiful and the second largest on earth! There is no other continent that you would feel as close to Nature as the continent of Africa. Amazingly Most African countries share similar topography. Contrary to exaggerated ‘poverty’ and ‘crisis’ reports by non-african journalist, Most parts of Africa countries are peaceful and citizens live mainly on natural food. This is not to say there are no diseases in Africa, There are but it is simply not as it is exaggerated! Besides Every …Read More »
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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 »
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 »
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 »
Africa must be great again: Thankfully Lagos State police command withdraws threats and agrees to protect protesters.
The nations reports that the commissioner met with the organizers of the protest and they agreed on terms. He pointed out that his concerns were strictly for the benefit of the protesters as he did not want hoodlums to hijack the protest. He said, ‘We spoke to news men and explained to them why we advised against the protest. A pro-government group wants to protest that same day and we do not want a situation where there would be friction. We also do not want …Read More »
This is good because the protest must hold for future’s sake! Speaking through his senior special assistant-media and publicity, Laolu Akande, who was a guest on Channels TV, Osinbajo the vice president of Nigeria said and I quote him, ”Presidency is not going to stop people from expressing their fundamental human rights. People have the right to protest. Whoever they want to support or oppose is their right. Government is not in the business of countering any protest” We commend the vice-president’s wise words, because …Read More »
Vanessa straightened her sleek black suit as she climbed out of her car. She was confident as she smiled and nodded as she passed by people on the way to her office. She was certain she was going to be promoted this time. She had put in the work and she had proven she could handle all that could and would be thrown at her. Besides, she thought confidently, her competitor was a mere Manager and she had been Director for a very long time. …Read More »
African leaders and Transparency: Is Zimbabwe’s presidents criticisms of the West just a thing of the mouth?
Judges in Zimbabwe are now required to wear red robes and horse hair wigs similar to judges during the colonial era. Alex Magaisa a lecturer at the university of Kent stated ; “Mugabe gives the impression that he hates the British but he is really fond of thier cultures and traditions” Arnold Tsunga believes the attire cost the country the money they don’t have and doesnot in any way improve the judiciary. He said , “It is an archaic and unnecessary pratice that has been …Read More »