News: Private companies banned from printing books in Tanzania


Tanzania’s Prime Minister Kassim Majaliwa has banned private companies from publishing textbooks. Speaking to Arusha City Council’s teachers, Mr. Kassim mentioned that this was one of the measures to ensure provision of quality education in the country. He said the government has instructed Tanzania Education Authority (TEA) to supervise the publishing of all books that are used in schools in […]

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Africa: After months of unrest Southern Cameroon demands breakup of the Country

Lawyers in Cameroon

Fifty six years after British Cameroon and French Cameroon united to become the Republic of Cameroon following a United Nations-sponsored referendum, the marriage seems to be heading for collapse. The English speaking region has repeatedly accused the French speaking Cameroon-dominated government of marginalization and high-handedness in dealing with its people. In late October 2016, Southern Cameroon unions representing lawyers and […]

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News:Bumper harvest bouys Mugabe’s hope of Zimbabwe as food basket of Africa

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ZIMBABWE is on the verge of regaining its status as the “bread basket of Africa”, President Robert Mugabe claimed Friday. According to Mugabe, this is now possible because of a bumper maize harvest recorded this year. He was speaking during the Zanu PF youth rally held at Somhlolo Stadium in Lupane, Matabeleland North. Mugabe said the bumper harvest was due […]

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Africa: Nigerian becomes the First African American to earn a PhD in Security engineering


SHE IS A 27 YEAR OLD NIGERIAN native, highly celebrated in various academic journals as a cerebral and creative leader since she always think outside the box on every issues. Christine Izuakor loves education, passionate in reaching the apex of her career. She got it. As she graduates in Security Engineering and became the youngest and first African American at […]

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Africa: How Chief MKO Abiola Almost lost the biggest Yoruba Title Aare Onakakanfo


Where were you in 1987? That was the year Oba Yesufu Oloyede Asanike, Olubadan of Ibadan made history. Olubadan installed Moshood Kashimawo Olawale Abiola as the Bashorun of Ibadan. It was a prestigious title befitting of a distinguished personality in the mould of MKO Abiola. That was the title of the legendary Bashorun Oluyole who was the paramount chief of […]

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News: Did Etisalat really spend $20 billion in Nigeria or was it a grand scam to loot?


The Abu Dhabi Government that owned Etisalat pulled the company out of Nigeria last week and gave the Nigerian ex-partners 7 days to change its name and drop its Trade name. That has been complied with. Etisalat Nigeria changed the name this past week. he news information about this I monitored on my travel to Dubai on the local news […]

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News:The British lynch Mob is after Paul Kagame, first The Economist now The Mail also slams PK


Emmanuel Gasakure could have enjoyed a comfortable life as a cardiologist in France. But when his native Rwanda was ripped apart by genocide in 1994, he returned to the country. He helped revive the health service as the nation recovered from terrible trauma and served as President Paul Kagame’s adviser and personal physician for 14 years. But Gasakure grew disturbed […]

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News:India completes 20 Projects in Africa in a bid to match China’s dollar diplomacy


Although a late starter, India is fast catching up with China in extending credit world over to build infrastructure and push economic ventures. The Modi government has extended $24.2 billion line of credit ($10 billion between 2003 and 2014) to partner countries. Fifty-two lines of credit have been issued since 2014 and more are in the offing, when Jordanian king […]

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Africa: 90% Beninois varsity students are Nigerians – Proprietor


The President of the Houdegbe North American University in the Republic of Benin, Prof. Dada Houdegbe, said about 90 per cent of the students of the institution are Nigerians. He disclosed that during the university’s graduation for the award of degrees and conferment of honorary awards to the graduating students and other local and international personalities. Houdegbe said: “Three years […]

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Africa: US State Dept – 75% of Terrorist Deaths in 2016 Were From Nigeria, Four Others


A report released Wednesday by the United States Department of State has disclosed that 75 per cent of deaths caused by terrorist attacks across the globe occurred in Nigeria, Iraq, Afghanistan, Syria; and Pakistan. The report, Country Reports on Terrorism 2016, stated that in 2016, terrorist attacks took place in 104 countries, but were heavily concentrated geographically with 55 per […]

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