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Tanzanian Govt Officials Commission Electrified Mud House

by Seun Adeuyion September 11, 2020
Some government officials in Tanzania have commissioned a mud house with electricity, according to trending report shared by Instablog9ja on Twitter. Politics in Africa has become a hub for teasing the continent’s citizens because of how low some of the leaders think. The politicians commissioned the electrified mud house after thinking that they’ve put in […]

Egypt In Talks To Export Electricity To Europe, Africa

by Seun Adeuyion September 9, 2020
Egypt is in talks to export electricity to Europe and other African countries, utilizing its position as a producer of cheap renewable energy to become an export hub, the head of its sovereign wealth fund said. According to Chief Executive Officer Ayman Soliman, the nation, which has a surplus of electricity, sees unspecified “power-hungry” countries […]

Angry Kenyans Chase Their MP Over Failure To Fulfill Numerous Promises He Made To Them

by Seun Adeuyion September 6, 2020
Angry Kenyans in Mbeere South who are allegedly fed up with their MP’s non-implementation of his 2017 pre-election promises chased him after he showed up at one of the functions in the region unannounced. Geoffrey King’ang’i, who is a retired Kenya Defence Forces, KDF, colonel, found himself between a rock and a hard place when […]

AfDB: Adesina Begins Second Term As President

by Seun Adeuyion September 2, 2020
A former minister of agriculture in Nigeria, Akinwunmi Adesina was, on Tuesday sworn in for his second term as president of the Africa Development Bank (AfDB). The ceremony was done virtually in observance of Covid-19 rules. Adesina took the oath of office which was administered by Kenneth Ofori-Attah, the chairperson of the AfDB board of […]

Guinea: President Conde, 82, To Run For 3rd Term

by Seun Adeuyion September 1, 2020
Guinea’s President Alpha Conde will seek a third term in office, the country’s ruling party said on Monday. This possibility had already sparked deadly mass protests. The news came after the 82-year-old pushed through a constitutional reform in March that critics had already argued was designed to allow him to run for office again in […]

DR Congo Announces Its Measles Epidemic Is Over

by Seun Adeuyion August 26, 2020
Democratic Republic of Congo has ended the world’s largest measles outbreak that has killed more than 7,000 children since it was declared 14 months ago. Congo’s response to the epidemic was hobbled by a health service suffering from decades of underfunding, mismanagement and war, but was also overshadowed by an Ebola outbreak in the east […]