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Showing posts from February 26, 2018

Bill Cosby's daughter, Ensa dies at 44

Bill Cosby's daughter, Ensa is dead. The 44-year-old died on Friday night in Massachusetts.

Election observer Mahama leaves for Sierra Leone

Former President John Dramani Mahama leaves Accra today, Monday, February 26, 2018 for Freetown, Sierra Leone, where he will be leading a number of meetings aimed at ensuring a peaceful election.

Angolans play dead in new social media photos to protest bad road and bad governance in the country

Angolans have been using the hashtag #acabademematar , which translates roughly as "kill me already" to pose for pictures where they are playing dead.

Usain Bolt signs for Football Team

The world’s greatest athlete Usain Bolt has announced that he’s signed to a football team.

Harvey Weinstein's company set to file for bankruptcy

The Weinstein Co.’s board of directors says the company is expected to file for bankruptcy protection after a last-ditch talks to sell its assets collapsed.

Say Hello To Unlimited Entertainment: iflix Partners with Safaricom in Kenya

iflix , the world’s leading entertainment service for emerging markets, today announced a partnership with Safaricom to give the firms’ customers up to 60 days of unlimited access to iflix’s service with thousands of the world’s best TV shows, movies and more on every device they own.

Saudi Arabia allows women to join military

Saudi Arabia has for the first time opened applications for women to join its military.
Women have until Thursday to apply for positions with the rank of soldier in the provinces of Riyadh, Mecca, al-Qassim and Medina.

Director of State Protocol snubbed at NGA meeting in Washington (Video)

The Director of State Protocol at the Presidency, Ambassador Hassan Ahmed was snubbed at the National Governors Association 2018 Winter Meeting in Washington DC, United States of America, on Sunday, February 25, 2018.

Annie~Joy writes: :You Need To Be Chosen. Part 2 #BeInspired!

The special thing about the saying " choose your friends" is so because they can self acclaim they are part of you. Under no circumstances should you still fight to have a space in the life of someone who hasn't chosen you to be a part of his or her life.

Photos: Ghanaian king who rules his people via Skype in southern Germany builds a jail for women in the town

King Togbe Ngoryifia Cephas Kosi Bansah, who rules over 300,000 people in the Hohoe, east of Ghana from a city in southern Germany, has built a jail for women in the town, the German Press Agency (DPA) reports.

2018 FIFA World Cup: Unparalleled Viewing Experience in store for DStv & GOtv Customers

The world’s best footballers on the world’s best sports broadcaster! This is the promise from SuperSport, which will broadcast an unprecedented offering of World Cup football, beginning long before the event itself in June.

Michelle Obama To Release 'Deeply Personal' Memoir In November 13

Former first lady Michelle Obama announced new details Sunday about her much-anticipated memoir.

“We Are Building A Resilient Economy In Ghana” – President Akufo-Addo

The President of the Republic, Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo, says the work being undertaken by his government, over the course of his first year in office, is leading to the building of a resilient and robust economy, which will take Ghana to a situation beyond aid.

NPP primaries: Abura-Asebu Women Organiser dies soon after winning

Tragedy has hit the New Patriotic Party in the Central region as the Women Organiser-Elect for the Abura-Asebu Kwamankese constituency passed on moments after being sworn into office Saturday.

J.Cole Set To Perform Alongside Wizkid & Davido In Lagos

American star Jermaine Lamarr Cole, better known by his stage name J. Cole will be in Nigeria this April, and will be performing alongside superstars Ayodeji Ibrahim Balogun, known professionally as Wizkid & David Adedeji Adeleke, better known by his stage name Davido.

#Dapchi: Nigeria Boko Haram: Search stepped up for 110 kidnapped schoolgirls

Nigeria has deployed extra troops and planes to search for 110 schoolgirls believed to have been abducted by Boko Haram militants last week.

7.5-magnitude earthquake hits Papua, New Guinea

A large earthquake has struck the middle of Papua New Guinea.  The U.S. Geological Survey says the magnitude-7.5 quake hit about 89 kilometers (55 miles) southwest of Porgera early Monday in the Pacific island nation. Geological Survey geophysicist Paul Caruso says the quake, which had a depth of 35 kilometers (22 miles), occurred in a rural, jungle area near a mountain range.