Monthly Archives: December 2019

Man Dies After 7th Round In Sex Competiton.

The deceased identified only as Davy reportedly died on his sex contender also identified as Loveth. He reportedly took Loveth to a popular hotel located in Ikotun area of Lagos after a debate about which of the two would emerge victorious in a marathon sex. While the deceased believed he has …

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MTN Uganda Introduces Data Plan That Doesn’t Expire.

Starting today, Mobile Telecommunications Network (MTN) customers in Uganda will enjoy a ‘non-expiry’ internet data plan. This means the users will then have data bundles that do not expire in this new offer “MTN Freedom bundles”. MTN Unveiled the new offer was unveiled today at the inaugural ICT Innovations Uganda …

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Benin as a Paradigm for Improving Country Risk.

EXX Africa conducted a comprehensive review of the political, economic and security risks facing the country in the coming year and years. Since 2016, the government has embarked on a comprehensive plan for economic diversification and strengthening of the internal market to make the economy more resilient and to avoid …

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Kenya’s King Kaka Fears For His Life.

Kenyan artists King Kaka has asked for protection after his controversial song criticising politics, corruption and elections among other problems in the East African nation. Kenyan Rapper Kennedy Ombima popularly known as King Kaka / Kaka Sungura in his song Wajinga Nyinyi (you are fools) highlighted all the corruption scandals …

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Egypt to Benefit From Petrochemicals Development.

The U.S. Trade and Development Agency today awarded a feasibility study grant to the Egyptian Petrochemicals Holding Company (Echem), for what will be Egypt’s first polyoxymethylene (POM) plant. Echem will select an American firm to conduct the study.  “Today’s announcement of USTDA’s specialized assistance is proof that the Agency is …

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African Economic Conference 2019 To Debate Jobs, Skills and Capacity Development for Africa’s Youth.

More than 350 stakeholders are converging on Sharm El Sheikh, Egypt, to participate in the 2019 African Economic Conference (AEC), with this year’s focus on jobs, skills and capacity development for Africa’s youth. The three-day conference, from 2-4 December, brings together researchers, youth representatives, business leaders, policymakers and media representatives …

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