British University to return ‘looted’ Benin Bronze to Nigeria

The University of Aberdeen has announced on Thursday, its decision to return Benin Bronze, which was part of the numerous historical objects looted by the British power and auctioned to European Museums, collectors and other public institutions. The school said, these items shall be returned “within week.” This follows growing pressure mounting on British Museum […]

USD1.3 Billion deal: Nigeria and Morocco signs “fertilizer powerhouse” agreement

 Two African countries, Nigeria and Morocco just signed a groundbreaking agreement worth $1.3 Billion to build a regional and global fertilizer powerhouse. The agreement was announced by President Muhannadu Buhari on Thursday, March 25th, 2021.   According to the President, the deal which is worth USD1.3 Billion  is aimed at developing “Basic Chemicals Platform in Nigeria […]

Nigeria legalizes lifestyle audit targeting people with inexplicable income sources

A top government associate identified as Lauretta Onochie has revealed that, lifestyle audit is now legal in the West African country. In practice, lifestyle audit is a proactive mechanism used to unravel corruption and fraudulent activities by matching an individual’s living standards against his/her income streams. The inconsistencies of which results in further investigations and […]

The West always twist Africa’s story and put their faces on it – Burna Boy

Grammy Award winner, Damini Ebunoluwa Ogulu popularly known as Burna Boy has activated his Pan-African self once again as the Musician said in an interview with BBC that, the time for Africans to start telling their own stories is long overdue. The afrobeats star said the move is necessary “because our stories have always been […]

Magufuli: Africans stand firm against unfair foreign media report following his demise

Since the news of the demise of Tanzania’s Bulldozer, President John Pombe Magufuli broke, Western media has taken a very negative approach to ridicule his long-built reputation even against official reports that, he died out of heart attack. The Guardian headlined its report on his death as follows: “Tanzania’s Covid-denying President John Magufuli dies aged […]

The Gambia: Chinese Fishmeal Company Burnt Down By Angry Protesters

Angry protesters in The Gambia have burnt down a Chinese own fishmeal Company following the murder of 30-year-old, Gibril Ceesay a native of Sanyang village in the southern part of the Gambia by a Senegalese employee of a Chinese owned Nessie Fishmeal Company. Local reports have indicated that Gibril Ceesay was allegedly stabbed to death […]