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Rap Prophet Releases Stunning Photos For His Maiden Single – Hem) Ot3 “Take your stone”

Multi-talented Ghanaian musician and General Overseer of International prayer and worship centre prophet Nana Nyamekye has released stunning pictures of himself carrying a stone in anticipation of his yet to be released single “Hem) Ot3” (Take your stone). A stunning Prophet Nana Nyamekye looked excited is his African made prints, which is one of the best outfits he has ever… Read More
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Chikun LGA: 2 Months To End Of 2019, No Project Allocated To Sabon Tasha Ward Has Been Executed – Investigation

  With just a little over two months to the end of 2019, stakeholders of Sabon Tasha Ward in Chikun Local Government Area of Kaduna State are saddened that none of the projects earmarked for the 2019 budget in the ward has been executed.   The stakeholders, comprising of civil society organisations, social media activists, community leaders and journalists expressed… Read More
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Charges against journalist Erick Kabendera must be dropped – IFJ

The International Federation of Journalists (IFJ) today called on the authorities in Tanzania to drop all charges against prominent Tanzanian journalist Erick Kabendera ahead of his court appearance tomorrow, 30 August. According to the IFJ, the Kabendera, a  freelance journalist who works for several local and international media, has been held in custody awaiting the trial since 29 July, when… Read More
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Sharks and rays to be given new protections

Countries have agreed to strengthen protections for 18 threatened species of sharks and rays, including those hunted for their meat and fins. The proposal was passed at the Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species (CITES) on Sunday. The newly protected species include mako sharks, wedgefishes and guitarfishes. Demand for shark fin soup is one of the driving factors in… Read More
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Zimbabwe : Journalist arrested while reporting on teachers’ union protest

Zimbabwean journalist Leopold Munhende was arrested and detained by the police in Zimbabwe in the capital Harare on Friday, August 23, 2019, while performing his professional duties. According to the report Munhende was released after spending a day in custody. The International Federation of Journalists (IFJ) joins its affiliate the Zimbabwe Union of Journalists (ZUJ) in protesting this arbitrary detention.… Read More
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Barrow Brought back the Jammeh’s Cabinet

Following the minor cabinet reshuffle made by President Adama Barrow on August 22, 2019 Gambians have divided opinions over Barrow’s relationship with the former Jammeh enablers. For Toney F. Mendy an educationist and political commentator, the president’s decision to reinstate Gambians who served the former government of former president Yahya Jammeh has defeated the 2016 elections agenda saying it is… Read More
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Nedi and partners celebrate World Entrepreneurs Day

The National Enterprises Development Initiative (NEDI) and partners marked the first-ever World Entrepreneurs Day celebrations in the Gambia under the theme “networking is the number 1 unwritten rule of success in business” at its headquarters on Kairaba Avenue on August 21, 2019. The gathering brought together young Gambian entrepreneurs’ to discuss and dialogue over their daily challenges and possible opportunities… Read More
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20 Gambian Journalists to be trained on Investigative Journalism

The Gambia Press Union on August 19, 2019, commences a two weeks training on investigative journalism for 20 Gambian journalists at the National Nutrition Agency (NaNA) conference hall in Kanifing. The training gathers journalists from different media houses in the country to arm with the requisite investigative skills necessary for media practitioners to carry out investigative stories into eminent corruption… Read More