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Nigeria is 60 on October 1, 2020: These Six Images From Six Decades Commemorate Her Independence

As Nigeria prepares to celebrate its independence anniversary, the BBC’s Nduka Orjinmo selects six images, one from each decade, that represent watershed moments in the country’s 60 years of self-rule. 1960s – The making of an African giant A cultural troupe performs during celebrations to mark Nigeria’s independence in 1960 After decades of British colonial rule, Prime Minister Sir Abubakar …

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Grand Juror in Breonna Taylor Case Says Deliberations Were Misrepresented

LOUISVILLE, Ky. — A juror in the Breonna Taylor case contends that the Kentucky attorney general misrepresented the grand jury’s deliberations and failed to offer the panel the option of indicting the two officers who fatally shot the young woman, according to the juror’s lawyer. The unnamed juror filed a court motion on Monday seeking the release of last week’s transcripts and …

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Gutsy Zambia becomes first African country to defy private creditors

The African country wants to divert resources to take care of its people during the pandemic. One of the poorest countries in the world, Zambia, has decided to temporarily suspend interest payments to private creditors as it struggles to contain the economic fallout of the coronavirus pandemic. President Edgar Lungu’s government has suspended them for six months, starting from October. …

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Guitarist Aka Blay & Rapper Trigmatic Drop Soulful Duet Titled ‘Susanna’

Veteran musician and of Ghana’s finest guitarists, Aka Blay, teams up with rapper-singer Trigmatic to deliver a beautiful ballad for your absolute listening pleasure. Aka Blay (with guitar) and Trigmatic Titled ‘Susanna’, Aka Blay and Trigmatic perform the song as a duet, with their silky vocals and cadence stringed together by guitar strings which are soulfully wholesome. Like the song’s …

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Celebrating #volunteeringh in Ghana with National Volunteer Day

In 2013, the GhanaThink Foundation (GTF) institute National Volunteer Day – NVDay in Ghana. This was to encourage more Ghanaians to volunteer, make impact in communities, solve problems in helpful ways and help generally people. For GTF this initiative wasn’t just to help people, but help those volunteering as well to: build skills – especially soft skills; gaining experience, and …

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FIFA-recognized European agent Alessio Sundas is now eyeing US soccer

In the business of football, precisely in the area of scouting and player management, Alessio Sundas is a household name in Europe. This Italian sports agent and founder of Sports Man (scouting agency) is also a media entrepreneur, author, and television personality who wants to imprint on Major League Soccer (MLS) in the United States (US). Recently, in 2020, Alessio …

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Adrienne Nicole addresses sextape involving D’Black (WATCH PRESS VIDEO)

Adrienne Nicole, the Woman in a leaked Sextape with Ghana Rapper and celebrity D’Black speaks out after video went viral. Adrienne is a Philanthropist and  American Politician who lives a private and quite personal life. Since the said video went viral she has been devastated. About a week ago Adrienne lost her phone at the airport while traveling. Then a …

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Bipartisan lawmakers in the US unite to advocate for WASH

ALICANTE, Spain — Politicians from both sides of the U.S. political spectrum have come together to advocate for global access to water, sanitation, and hygiene. The International Water and Sanitation Caucus, which launched this week, was founded by a bipartisan group of 12 lawmakers who believe WASH is central to national and global health, as well as economic productivity, ecosystem …

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Opportunity for Students to Represent the U.S. in Dubai As Youth Ambassadors

The United States Department of State, through its NGO partner Global Ties U.S., is accepting applications for Youth Ambassadors (U.S. citizens ages 18-29) to serve as guides and cultural ambassadors at the U.S. Pavilion. File photo of some HBCU students These energetic, friendly individuals will serve as the face of the United States to millions of Expo visitors, providing a …

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​Ghana, Nigeria, and South Africa​ among United Airlines’​ new nonstop destinations ​to Africa​ — Yaaay!​

During the first week of September 2020, ​United Airlines​ of the United States (US)​ announced ​to the delight of flyers on the Washington DC–Accra Ghana return route ​plans to expand its global route network with ​their ​new nonstop service ​for those routes. ​Besides this new DC-Accra​ route, ​United will ​be ​offering​ more nonstop service to South Africa as well, making …

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