Nigerian awarded €30,000 for being called a Monkey in Ireland

A Nigerian national identified as Victor Kings Oluebube has recently been awarded the sum of €30,000 as compensation for racial abuse by his Irish team leader. According to reports, the said team leader called him a chimpanzee and also subjected him to imitated monkey noises in front of several co-workers on two different occasions.  The […]

Cambridge University To Return looted Benin Bronze Cockerel

Cambridge college in the United Kingdom has announced a decision to return to Nigeria, a bronze cockerel which was part of the numerous artefacts looted by British forces during colonial era as pressure mounts for reparations. Recall that the University earlier removed the artefact from public view in 2016 and promised the return following pressure […]

Ghanaian man, Danny Manu creates a wireless earbuds that translates 40 languages

As the tech world keeps churning out lots of innovation every now and then, accessories too are not left out. Earbuds have gone wireless, leaving users with updated versions. Danny Manu, a Ghanaian who is based in Britain has also brought his innovations to the world of tech by developing a wireless earbud that has […]

Zambia offers to help Nigeria fight insecurity

Authorities from Zambia have offered to help Nigeria in its fight against insecurity; This was revealed by the Zambian envoy during a press conference organized by the Seventh Day Adventist Church themed Hope in troubled times. “Zambia cannot stand idle and watch our brothers and sisters in Nigeria being faced with acts of terrorism. You […]

Kenya’s world athletic record holder, Agnes Jebet found dead at her home

Kenya’s world athletic record holder, Agnes Jebet Tirop has been found dead at her home. The news of her demise has thrown the athletic world, especially Africans into a state of mourning. In a statement announcing her sudden death, Kenya’s athletic body stated that, “Athletics Kenya are this afternoon distraught to learn about the untimely […]

Egypt to build its first high speed train at a cost of $4.5 billion

Egypt to build its first high speed train at a cost of $4.5 billion Northern African country, Egypt is in the process of acquiring a high-speed train that will cut through her desert and connect through the ancient and tourist city of Cairo and other places in the country. The project is to be carried […]

Nigeria approves genetically modified maize for open cultivation

The federal government of Nigeria has approved the development of new maize variety called ‘Tela maize’ after research was carried out at the Institute for Agricultural Research (IAR) at the Ahmadu Bello University, Zaria. The new variant is said to have some tolerance against drought as well as resistance for stem borers and army worms. […]