Russia and China block U.N in its Support for Ecowas on Mali’s suspension

The United Nation Security council has been blocked by China and Russia from supporting any suspension of Mali over the decision of the Military Junta on the delay of the election until 2026. Mali’s election was scheduled for next month but has been delayed by the Military Junta. According to Kenya’s U.N ambassador, Martin Kimani, […]

“Even Hushpuppi won Forbes award”: Ghanaians react to Nana’s African of the Year Award

Ghana’s President, Nana Akufo-Addo was awarded by Forbes Magazine as the “African of the year.” Explaining the basis for such recognition, the organizers said “Ghana’s President has repositioned the country in the global marketplace as one reliant on its own resources and strengths.” This has been closely refuted by Ghanaians. According to them, Forbes criteria […]

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 […]

Mamady forces Military Generals believed to be Conde’s loyalists into retirement

Colonel Mamady Doumbouya, Guinea’s interim President has issued an order by decree demanding the immediate retirement of a total of 42 military generals and other admirals. The communique stated that, the enlisted officers “are required to exercise their right to retirement.” According to the authorities, a total of 42 generals and two admirals were affected […]