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Nigeria secures $2.25B World Bank loan to back reforms despite hardship

The World Bank has approved a $2.25 billion loan for Nigeria to shore up revenue and support economic reforms that have contributed to the worst cost-of-living crisis in the country. The …

Niger lifts immunity of deposed President Mohamed Bazoum

Niger’s highest court lifted the immunity of the country’s democratically elected president, Mohamed Bazoum, nearly a year after he was overthrown by mutinous soldiers, his lawyer said Friday, opening the door …

Ramaphosa says he will ‘serve all’ after being reelected as South Africa president for second term

Cyril Ramaphosa pledged to work with politicians across the political spectrum after being reelected as President of South Africa by lawmakers on Friday. “I will serve all and work with even …

Best Places to Visit this Vacation

Best time to go is during the Festival in the Desert in Essakane and..

RIDE 4 RANGERS supporting Tusk & Land Rover sponsor by Ethiopian Airlines

Stopping off at Manchester Airport on route to thank the Ethiopian Team for their support…

Mother dead, baby injured as police try to apprehend suspects

elder brother of the Uber driver, Dickson John said, “I got a call from my brother…

NTDC renews commitment to UNWTO guidelines

Nigerian Tourism Development Corporation (NTDC) has renewed its commitment to the UNWTO..

Strike: ASUU Chairman Asks Nigerian Students For Their Cooperation

This was announced via Twitter handle… “Students who are our children and partners in progress should show understanding, what we are asking from the government are in their interest and the …

Prof. Akin Abayomi Test Positive for COVID -19

The Lagos State Commissioner for Health, Prof. Akin Abayomi, has tested positive for COVID-19. Abayomi’s COVID-19 status was made public by the Commissioner for Information and Strategy, Mr Gbenga Omotoso, made this known …

Chest Pain: Is it Heartburn or Heart Condition?

If you’ve ever experienced an unknown pain in your chest, you may have thought the worst and attributed it to a heart problem. However, chest pain is often not a symptom …

Oyo State Police Arrest Trader Allegedly Eating Human Excreta.

The Oyo State Police Command, on Saturday, August 22, announced the arrest of a trader identified as Emmanuel Egbu, for allegedly eating human excreta with bread. Africanewsguru garnered that the Police Command …

History: Education in South Africa

The begining of colonization and the beginning of education in South Africa can definitely not be utterly separated, as the experiences are interwoven.

Hair styles and identity in Ancient Egypt

Just by specific hair tie, shape, cut and decoration with different ornaments, age, gender and status are clearly identified. Interesting!