Entertainment World 

Akufo-Addo, Pope Francis, others named in 2019 list of 100 Most Reputable People on Earth

Leading reputation management consultancy firm, Reputation Poll International has announced its 2019 publication of the 100 most reputable people on earth. The list which features distinguished personalities from all sectors, recognizes leaders who have maintained a high level of credibility in discharging their duties, and have kept commendable and exemplary reputation for public emulation. The list features renowned individuals from… Read More
African World 

Apasipanga John Anamganya (Apas) Selected Among Four Others To Represent Africa At 2019 International Adenauer Network Summit In Berlin.

University Of Ghana Tescon Vice President and Entrepreneur Apasipanga John Anamganya popularly known as Apas has been selected Among four others from Kenya,Tunisia,Tanzania and Gambia to be part of a global Network aimed at bringing young politicians together to dialogue on controversial issues. The Networks launch started with a dinner on Sunday evening, 31st of March 2019 and ended on… Read More
African World 

BREAKING: Algeria’s President Abdelaziz Bouteflika Resigns

Algeria’s President Abdelaziz Bouteflika has resigned after weeks of mass protests, the state news agency APS reports on Tuesday. Mr Bouteflika, who had been in power for 20 years, had already dropped plans to seek a fifth term as opposition to his rule grew. The powerful Algerian army had called for the 82-year-old to be declared incapable of carrying out… Read More
World 

BREAKING: British MPs reject all Brexit options in second round of indicative votes

British MPs have again failed to agree on proposals on the next steps for Brexit. The Commons voted on four motions for leaving the EU, including a customs union and a Norway-style arrangement – keeping the UK in the single market – but none gained a majority. The votes were not legally binding, so the government would not have been… Read More
World 

Burundi bans BBC in Media Clampdown

The authorities in Burundi have banned all journalists from working for the BBC and the Voice of America in Burundi. The National Council of Communications said it was forbidden for any journalist, Burundian or foreign, to provide directly or indirectly any information to the broadcasters. It described as a lie a BBC documentary broadcast last year about killings by the… Read More
Entertainment World 

Nigerians now order Pizza from London – Minister

Nigeria’s Minister of Agriculture, Audu Ogbeh, has revealed that some Nigerians now order their Pizza from London. He made this revelation when expressing sadness over the unbridled importation of goods into Nigeria. The minister told the Senate Committee on Agriculture in Abuja on Tuesday that some Nigerians import pizza from London when he appeared before the committee to defend the… Read More
World 

10-year-old girl dies 2 days after fighting at school

A South Carolina girl who was so severely injured during a school fight that she was airlifted to a hospital for treatment died just days after the altercation, school officials said. The Colleton County School District announced in a statement that 10-year-old Raniya Wright died Wednesday morning at the Medical University of South Carolina. “Our community has suffered a tremendous… Read More