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BBC has been involved in a racist activity after carols from Kings Broadcast ‘failed to feature any ethnic minorities’

The BBC 2 broadcast Carols from King’s College in Cambridge has been accused of racism after failing to include minority communities during the Christmas eve. Observers noted that of the 13 singers […]

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Rich Britons are ‘Offering private doctors up to £2,000 to jump the Covid vaccine queue and get the vaccines earlier’

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One Dr. Roshan Ravindran has informed clients that they will have to wait for their turn to receive the Covid vaccine. No shortcuts. The good doctor owns a private clinic in Wilmslow, […]

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Neymar slammed in Brazil for “hosting 500 people after a 5-day festive party complete with an underground disco” in midst of surging cases of Covid-19 in Brazil

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Neymar is reported to have invited guests to a mansion in Mangaratibe near Rio de Janairo. The festivity started on December 25 and it is expected to go on until December 1. […]

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News

Nollywood film producer, Chico Ejiro, has died

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The veteran film producer died on a Christmas day. He worked for over 30 years producing over 85 films. He died hours after he had directed a film on December 24. He […]

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Mt. Kenya University taps a new Vice Chancellor from South Africa

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Mount Kenya University has hired a South African academic to be its next Vice Chancellor.  Prof Deogratius Jaganyi will take over from Professor Stanley Waudo who has served the institution as Vice […]

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Nicholas Opiyo, leading Ugandan lawyer, faces charges of money laundering

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Nicholas Opiyo, a leading LGBT rights lawyer, faces charges of money laundering. His organization has termed those charges as ‘fabricated’ and ‘frivolous’.  After appearing in court, he was remanded until December 28.  […]

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Pope Francis Christmas plea: COVID-19 ‘vaccines for everybody,’ especially ‘the most vulnerable’

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Pope Francis has made his Christmas Day plea that authorities should make the Covid-19 vaccines available to all and more especially to the most vulnerable notwithstanding who holds the patents for those […]

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Tech giant Alibaba facing anti-trust investigations from China

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China has launched an anti-trust investigations on Alibaba.  A strongly worded editorial on the ruling party’s newspaper read that if “monopoly is tolerated, and companies are allowed to expand in a disorderly […]

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A whites-only church insists that they aren’t racist

Asatru Folk Assembly in Murdok, Minnesota is opening a church where they will practice pre-christian religion that traces its history to northern Europe.  The residents of Murdock are not impressed by these […]

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Michael Jackson’s Neverland Ranch sold for $22 million

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Michael Jackson’s Neverland Ranch in Santa Ynez California has been bought for $22 million.  The ranch is 2,700 acres in size and was sold to Billionaire investor and family friend Ron Burkle.  […]

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Ethiopia to hold parliamentary elections on June 5

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Addis Ababa – The National Electoral Board of Ethiopia has announced that the parliamentary election will be held on 5 June, 2021. The elections for the councils of Addis Ababa and Dire […]

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Ethiopia launches a second satellite into space

Ethiopia has launched its 2nd remote-sensing satellite into space, according to the Ethiopian Space Science and Technology Institute. The satellite is named ET-SMART-RSS and will be used as the earth observation nano-satellite. […]

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The old Ethiopian notes are still in use in Tigray

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According to Capital Ethiopia, the people in Tigray are using both the new and the old currency for financial transactions.  Ethiopia had started the process of demonetization on September 2020 when the […]

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Watch the trailer for the lovely sequel ‘Coming 2 America’

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In 2021, “Coming to America” Sequel is set to be released.  Some cast members from the Sequel 1 have been cast in the new film.  This was a 1998 classic movie which […]

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Another mutant form of Coronavirus discovered in Nigeria

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According to media reports, a new variant of Covid-19 has been discovered in Nigeria.   According to John Nkengasong, head of the Africa Centres for Disease Control and Prevention, there is a new […]

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Debt forgiveness will top the African Agenda in 2021

The year 2020 will be remember for the Covid-19 pandemic outbreak. Analysts have observed that many African countries have handled the pandemic well compared to other continents. It is estimated that 55,000 […]

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Sports

Pele congratulates Messi for equalling goal record

Pele, the legendary soccer star, has just paid tribute to Lionel Messi for equalling his goal-scoring record for a single club after the Argentine netted his 643rd goal for Barcelona in Saturday’s […]

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Man declared wanted for sexually assaulting two horses

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The New Orleans Police Department has declared a man wanted for “committing unnatural sex acts with two horses.” According to police statement, the animal abuses took place at around 2:15 a.m. at […]

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8 American nuns dies within a week after Covid-19 spreads at their retirement home

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Eight American nuns living a retirement home in Milwaukee have been reported dead from Covid-19 complications within 1 week. Out of the 8 a total of 4 passed away within the same […]

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Italy imposes Christmas lock-down – travel restricted, bars and hotels shutdown

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Yesterday, Italy recorded 15,401 Covid-19 cases with 674 deaths.  The Prime Minister, Giuseppe Conte, was forced to announce partial lock down countrywide.  Freedom of movement is restricted from Dec 21 to Jan […]

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