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Church organizes 1month service to deliver Naira Marley and his fellow Marlians (Photo)
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Church organizes 1month service to deliver Naira Marley and his fellow Marlians (Photo)

A Church in Surulere, Lagos, is currently promoting a deliverance service that was organized for one month to cast out “The Marlian Spirit” in people. The photo of the banner for the deliverance service was captured and shared on social media by a motorist in Surulere. […]

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“I am the most beautiful girl in Africa” – Davido’s Babymama, Sophia momodu happily reveals (Video)
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“I am the most beautiful girl in Africa” – Davido’s Babymama, Sophia momodu happily reveals (Video)

Sophie Momodu Davido’s Babymama, Sophia momodu is lost in happiness after a stranger walked up to her to commend her beauty and put her above all other girls in Africa. She revealed this in a video she posted on her snap today while walking on […]

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Tuface Idibia Reacts To The Death Of Veteran Musician, Victor Olaiya
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Tuface Idibia Reacts To The Death Of Veteran Musician, Victor Olaiya

Nigerian Music legend, Tuface Idibia has reacted to the death of Veteran musician, Victor Olaiya, who passed on yesterday, aged 89. Recall it was earlier reported that Veteran Nigerian musician Olaiya, who clocked 89 years on December 31, 2019, passed away at the Lagos University […]

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Destination eradication: we need to boost innovation to end malaria
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Destination eradication: we need to boost innovation to end malaria

We’ve seen before how drug resistance can damage years of progress; the 1950s global malaria eradication campaign was thwarted by resistance to chloroquine. Source Source link Related posts: Nigeria hopes to gain extra $1.5bn in oil revenue from new law ‘Africa needs to close productivity […]

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South Africa: Storm clouds gather around ArcelorMittal SA
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South Africa: Storm clouds gather around ArcelorMittal SA

More than 500 workers at the small seaside town of Saldanha in the Western Cape stand to lose their jobs after Arcelor announced it was winding down its steel plant in the area. Source Source link Related posts: Cameroon: “We cannot establish a dialogue in […]

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How the green economy will benefit copper miners
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How the green economy will benefit copper miners

Friedland believes the fight against air pollution and climate change will lead to a massive explosion in demand for copper. For example, the latest electric vehicle from Tesla Motors requires no less than 163kg of copper.  Source Source link Related posts: Nigeria hopes to gain […]

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China’s flexes speed advantage in Ghana’s bauxite for roads deal
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China’s flexes speed advantage in Ghana’s bauxite for roads deal

Beijing’s ability to move this fast, from negotiations to shovels in the ground, highlights one of China’s key advantages over the U.S., European and Japanese rivals who have all said they’d like to capture some of the African infrastructure market from the Chinese. Source Source link […]

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South Africans show their scepticism over benefits of financial services
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South Africans show their scepticism over benefits of financial services

In Kenya, 77% of respondents believe that greater access to financial services increases the country’s prosperity, a view shared by 72% in Nigeria. That level of positive sentiment fell to just 63% in South Africa. PayU’s global survey gathered 10,500 adult responses in 18 countries […]

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DRC Presidency refutes reports of security overhaul tension
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DRC Presidency refutes reports of security overhaul tension

Following the publication of the article “DRC: Félix Tshisekedi wants to take over the services that manage his security“, on 25 November, we received a request of right of reply from the spokesperson for the Presidency of the Democratic Republic of Congo, which we publish […]

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Cote d’Ivoire: Charles Blé Goudé and Guillaume Soro back together
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Cote d’Ivoire: Charles Blé Goudé and Guillaume Soro back together

“In September 2002, when Soro found himself at the head of the New Forces (FN) rebellion that wanted to overthrow Laurent Gbagbo, Blé Goudé ended his studies in Europe and returned to Abidjan to lead the Young Patriots.” When Charles Blé Goudé and Guillaume Soro […]

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South Africa can’t afford to let its national airline fail
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South Africa can’t afford to let its national airline fail

South Africa needs to make greater efforts to market its ailing flagship airline to potential investors. Source Source link Related posts: Cameroon: “We cannot establish a dialogue in a country at war” Nigeria hopes to gain extra $1.5bn in oil revenue from new law ‘Africa […]

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Tunisia: Rached Ghannouchi, the wrong choice
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Tunisia: Rached Ghannouchi, the wrong choice

Kaïs Saïed was elected president by Tunisians who want change; they want this change to be real, profound and rapid. They will find it difficult to accept that a system they rejected will be reimposed on them. And that it will be personified by Rached […]

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How the Sahel has slipped into a new post-Jihadist era
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How the Sahel has slipped into a new post-Jihadist era

Kalashnikovs alone cannot defeat ideology nor solve the structural problems feeding the radicalisation of the young people who continue to join Boko Haram and the Islamic State in the Greater Sahara. But the current operation Barkhane is unable to banish terrorists from northern Mali, or […]

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