International

39 African Politicians Could have been Given Fake Covid-19 Vaccine in UK

Police in the UK are investigating an incidence where several senior African politicians could have been conned thousands of dollars with the promise of a Covid-19 vaccine. The politicians had paid an undisclosed amount of money to an Indian man who was supposed to help them secure the vaccine for their own use. Unfortunately, no

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Fake Hair Does NOT Reduces your IQ by 40 to 65 Points

A recent report from the Association of dreadlocked women in Kenya that fake hair reduces your IQ by 40 to 60 points as been proven to be inaccurate. In a counter research by salonists at Kenyatta Market, it has been effectively proven that using fake hair on your head does not significantly lower your IQ,

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Governance International

Britain Considering Recolonization of Nigeria after 60 Years of Failed Independence

Nigeria could be handed back to its colonial masters – the British – after 60 years of independence failed to produce anything more than jollof and a unhealthy obsession with North America. In what would be the first case of a country losing independence because they were better off without it, Britain is considering resuming

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Politics

AU Warns that Coups are very Contagious

The African Union has advised governments to be very alert following the coup in Mali, saying that such occurrences are very contagious and you never know who will be next. Speaking to African leaders at the AU Secretariat, the AU Commissioner General warned African leaders to keep their ears on the ground because you never

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International

Experts Caution that Even if Black Lives Will Start to Matter, African Lives Won’t

Experts are raising concerns that even if the current wave of Black Lives Matter movements manages to achieve something, though highly unlikely, Africans lives will still not matter. The concerns raised stem from the fact that Black lives and African lives are not the same thing, and while the former has had its fair share

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African Health Experts Puzzled by the Slow Spread of Ebola in Europe

Whether it’s a matter of faulty detection, climatic factors or simple fluke, the remarkably low rate of Ebola infection in European countries, with their fragile health systems, continues to puzzle – and worry – African health experts. In a puzzle that has researchers on communicable diseases all over Africa scratching their heads, the disease does

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