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Is Nigeria’s population the biggest in Africa?
7 hours ago
To the above poser, politicians who are using falsified figures to milk Nigeria will answer in the affirmative. But the contrary is the case if authentic census figures could be obtained.
With Afritondo, Allwell Uwazuruike promotes African writers
2 days ago
Worried at the way western media projects Africa and Africans, including those in the Diaspora, in a negative light, Dr. Allwell Uwazuruike and his brother
Don’t take loans from China, Onitiri cautions Sanwo-Olu
2 days ago
The Lagos Central Senatorial candidate under the platform of the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) during last general elections, Chief Adesunbo Onitiri
Quarter of a billion Africans at risk, as virus toll tops 300,000
The coronavirus could infect a quarter of a billion Africans and put intolerable pressure on the continent's fragile health system, a new report said Friday, as the pandemic's global death toll topped 300,000.
Yes, I insist that #ChinaMustPay Africa damages for COVID-19
In their prickly reaction to my April 16 Washington Post #ChinaMustPay article (a response published in The Guardian of May 3, 2020), the Government of China through their Embassy in Nigeria
Sub-Saharan Africa’s digital exclusion woes persist, says Goodluck
Akinwale Goodluck, head of Africa at the GSM Association (GSMA), has said that though a lot of people in Sub-Saharan Africa are covered by mobile broadband (MBB) network
Madagascar virus potion scorned because it's from Africa - President
Madagascar President Andry Rajoelina on Monday batted away criticism for promoting a homegrown "remedy" for COVID-19, charging that the West has a condescending attitude
Ighele asks Buhari to proffer African solution to COVID-19
The General Superintendent, Holy Spirit Mission (aka Happy Family Centre), Egbeda, Lagos, Bishop Charles Ighele has urged President Muhammadu Buhari to emulate Madagascar,
Professor Emeritus Eldred Durosimi Jones I knew
Never too late to pen a tribute in memory of an academic avatar, a fecund intellectual mind and a literary colossus, Professor Emeritus Eldred Jones.
Why COVID-19 must not be allowed to take root in Africa: A reflection piece
The entry of COVID-19 into the already crowded space of poor health indices on the African continent is a cause for concern for all meaning Africans and friends of Africa.
Tanzania opposition MPs to 'isolate' after string of deaths
Tanzania's main opposition party on Friday asked its lawmakers to stop attending parliament sessions and isolate themselves after three MPs died of unknown causes in the past 11 days.
How pandemic holds new economic opportunities for Nigeria, Third World
Nigeria and the rest of Africa will have to pursue more nationalistic policies as they reboot their financial bases to bring back their respective economies to gradual boost post-COVID-19.