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Senegal: government pledges firmness ahead of Sonko’s return to Dakar

  Government pledges firmness ahead of Sonko’s return to Dakar The Senegalese government, determined to maintain public order, has vowed to stand firm against any efforts to disrupt it. Opposition leader Ousmane Sonko, facing potential disqualification for the 2024 presidential…

Sierra Leone’s iconic Cotton Tree destroyed by storm is to be preserve at mesuem

Sierra Leone’s iconic Cotton Tree destroyed by storm Authorities announced on Thursday that a storm had obliterated a colossal, 400-year-old tree in Sierra Leone, which had been a profound symbol of freedom. Fondly known as the “Cotton Tree,” this Ceiba…

Ten dead, 37 critically ill in SA cholera outbreak

Ten dead, 37 critically ill in SA cholera outbreak Health authorities have reported that a cholera outbreak in Gauteng, South Africa’s most populous province, has resulted in the death of at least 10 individuals. Recent records indicate that since the…

The mother who fled death cult to save her children

Salema Masha possesses a gentle voice, yet her slender figure radiates an inner strength that safeguarded the lives of her five children. In a fateful March day, she led her children away from a desolate wilderness, where adherents of a…

IMF congratulates Ghana for securing Bailout; Promises support for reforms implementation

  IMF congratulates Ghana for securing Bailout; Promises support for reforms implementation Kristalina Georgieva, Managing Director of the International Monetary Fund (IMF), conveyed her joy and extended congratulations to President Akufo-Addo on successfully securing a bailout program. She declared the…

Ugandan LGBTQ activist plans to return home, despite fear of arrest

  Ugandan LGBTQ activist plans to return home, despite fear of arrest DeLovie Kwagala, a non-binary Ugandan LGBT activist using the pronoun ‘they,’ plans to return to their home country next week despite their fears of potential arrest. Currently residing…

Thousands displaced as death toll climbs in central Nigeria clash

  Thousands displaced as death toll climbs in central Nigeria clash According to officials on Thursday (May 18), more than 3,000 individuals have been displaced in central Nigeria due to ongoing clashes between herders and farmers, resulting in at least…

The Nigerians lured into a trap and blackmailed for being gay

Living as a gay man in Nigeria, Mohammed faced significant dangers and had to keep his true identity a secret. He exercised caution when making arrangements to meet people, but one encounter forever shattered his life. Mohammed had been engaging…

Top 10 Guinness World Records held by Africans

Top 10 Guinness World Records held by Africans Africa, a continent abundant in diversity, culture, and tradition, is also home to numerous exceptional individuals who have set extraordinary world records in various domains.   From traversing the Longest distance on fire…

Over 80% of South African children around 10 years old have difficulty reading (study

  Over 80% of South African children around 10 years old have difficulty reading (study) According to a recent international study released on Tuesday, it has been revealed that over 80 percent of South African children around the age of…