46-year-old man in Ebonyi state caught having sex with sheep

A 46 years old man, Mr. Kelechi Nnali of Nkpogoro, Ndibe in Afikpo North Local Government Area of Ebonyi State was weekend allegedly caught having carnal knowledge with a sheep along the roadside in the community. It was gathered that Nnali who is married with two wives and children pleaded with the boy who saw(…)

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Kenya MP Ferdinand Waititu accused of ‘hate speech’

Kenya’s director of public prosecutions has ordered the arrest of a deputy minister, for alleged incitement and hate speech against ethnic Maasai. The order comes after parts of a speech made by MP Ferdinand Waititu were posted on YouTube. He was reacting to the killing of a street child, allegedly by a Maasai security guard,(…)

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Boko Haram targets breaking Nigeria along religions – CAN

President of the Christian Association of Nigeria, Pastor Ayo Oritsejafor, fears Boko Haram’s terror activities could lead to the division of the country along religious lines. A suspected Boko Haram suicide bomber rammed his car into St. John Catholic Church, Bauchi on Sunday, killing himself and four worshippers. Oritsejafor spoke at the commencement of a(…)

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Yvonne Nelson Débuts As Producer

After years of successful spells as an accomplished actress, highly controversial but talented Ghanian actress, Yvonne Nelson, is trying out her luck as a film-maker. Her first effort which has been translated in a wave-making flick ‘Single and Married’ is hitting the cinemas in Ghana and Nigeria before the end of the month. The Ghana(…)

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Ivory Coast closes Ghana border after deadly attack

Ivory Coast has closed its border with Ghana after several people were killed in an attack on an army checkpoint. Ivorian Defence Minister Paul Koffi Koffi said “armed elements from Ghana” carried out the attack in the border town of Noe. At least five attackers died and others fled back over the border, he added.(…)

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Ethiopia’s Hailemariam Desalegn sworn in as prime minister

Ethiopia’s new leader, Hailemariam Desalegn, has been sworn in after the death of long-time leader Meles Zenawi in August. “I am very happy to take the responsibility of being prime minister,” said Mr Hailemariam, 47, as lawmakers banged on their desks in support, AFP news agency reports. Mr Hailemariam had been deputy prime minister and(…)

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Orphaned girl starts university in Zimbabwe at 14

She grew up in grinding poverty, losing both her parents at a tender age but 14-year-old whizz-kid Maud Chifamba has defied adversity and hardship to break academic records. Against all odds, the extremely bright teenager has written history as last week she became the youngest ever university student in Zimbabwe — as well as the(…)

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Nigerian Professor becomes first black VC of University of Illinois

A Nigerian Professor, Ilesanmi Adesida made history last month by becoming the first black Provost/Vice Chancellor for Academic Affairs of the well-respected University of Illinois at Urbana Champaign in the United States. Born in Ondo State, Prof Adesida is a Nigerian engineer whose outstanding work in the field of Nanotechnology has received much acclaim in(…)

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New Monkey Species Discovered in Africa

Scientists are claiming they have discovered a new species of monkey living in the remote forests of the Democratic Republic of Congo — an animal well-known to local hunters but until now, unknown to the outside world. In a paper published Wednesday in the open-access journal Plos One, the scientists describe the new species that(…)

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Malema and the miners in South Africa

Eighteen years after apartheid, the hopes and dreams of the rainbow nation – South Africa – are coming apart at the seams. Mounting anger at the perceived enrichment of a small elite at the expense of the majority – especially the miners who extract South Africa’s most precious minerals – has exploded into a violent(…)

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