News: The Legacy Of Nipsey Hussle, The Light Of Los Angeles


GQ magazine calls the late rapper and activist Nipsey Hussle “the Light of Los Angeles.” Before he was gunned down outside his clothing store on March 31, 2019, Hussle (born Ermias Joseph Asghedom “was deeply committed to shaping his hood the way he wished when he ran these streets as “‘Neighborhood Nip,’ and it’s what motivated him to open his […]

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Africa: US Revises Notification on Cancellation of Visa Operation after Meeting with Liberian Govt. Delegation


Mr. Lenn Eugene Nagbe, the chief spokesman for the George Manneh Weah led government says, following a visit to the embassy Monday of a delegation from the administration, the US embassy has offered some clarity to the government regarding the suspension of non-immigrant visa services in Liberia. Speaking to FrontPageAfrica, Mr. Nagbe, the Minister of Information, Culture Affairs and Tourism […]

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News: Many Of The Poorest Americans Are Abandoning Church En Masse


Many of the poorest Americans are abandoning church in numbers, a disturbing trend that is denying social and networking capital to those who need it the most, according to research findings by political scientist Ryan P. Burge of the Eastern Illinois University. Burge’s research, which was first published by the Religion in Public blog, showed that people in the lowest […]

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News: Two-Thirds Of Graduate Degree Holders Have Regrets


A majority of grad students leave school with a major debt from student loans, and a new survey shows that two-thirds of graduate degree holders have regrets. “For some, it’s worthwhile. An April 2018 release from the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics says that, while those with a bachelor’s degree make an average of $1,173 in weekly earnings, Master’s degree […]

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News: All Africans can come to Nigeria without visa in 2020 – Babandede

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The Nigeria Immigration Service (NIS) says the Federal Government have approved that all Africans could come to Nigeria without Visa from January 2020. The Comptroller General, NIS, Mr Muhammad Babandede, disclosed this at the inauguration of the Africa–Frontex Intelligence Community (AFIC) on Wednesday in Abuja. News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) reports that European border and Coast guard Agency also known […]

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Africa: American rapper, Cardi B changes name to ‘Chioma B’ in Lagos


American rapper and multiple award winner Cardi B, visiting Africa’s most populous city Lagos for Livespot X Festival on Saturday appears to have adopted a new name Chioma B. On her Insta story on Friday, she stuck the name on her video portrait. It can be surmised she will answer to this name while in Nigeria, but as Davido points […]

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News: Slovenian team sacks Nigerian player for impregnating club President’s daughter


A Nigerian player has been fired by a club in Slovenia for impregnating the daughter of the president of the second division outfit after just six months with the side. The player, whose name has been withheld, said he was fired for ‘gross misconduct and indiscipline’ over the pregnancy which he has claimed full responsibility. Four Nigerians are registered with […]

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News: ‘It’s Disgusting And Unacceptable’, George Zimmerman Sues Family Of Trayvon Martin, Publisher, Prosecutors For $100 Million


George Zimmerman, the Florida man who was acquitted in the 2012 shooting death of 17-year-old Trayvon Martin, is suing Trayvon’s family, the lawyer who represented him and others, claiming false evidence was used in the case. Trayvon, who was unarmed, had bought candy and was walking to the apartment of his father’s fiancee in Sanford, Florida when he encountered Zimmerman. […]

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News: Prison Guards Charged Over Jeffrey Epstein Death Are Scapegoats, Say Defense Attorneys And Twitter


News: Prison Guards Charged Over Jeffrey Epstein Death Are Scapegoats, Say Defense Attorneys And Twitter Prosecutors say that two prison guards napped and surfed the internet, then lied about checking every half hour on convicted pedophile Jeffrey Epstein the night he died in the New York Metropolitan Correctional Center. Defense attorneys for the prison guards, who have been criminally charged, […]

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Africa: Why I signed Imo hotel tax law — Ihedioha


Owerri The Imo state governor, Emeka Ihedioha, yesterday said that he signed into law the Imo state Hotel Occupancy and Restaurant Consumption tax law No.35, to generate revenue for the state. Ihedioha who spoke in Owerri, through his Chief Press Secretary, Chibuike Onyeukwu, also added that the governor signed into law the Imo State Employment and Empowerment Trust Fund, Law […]

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