The residence of many African Presidents has magnificent structures and beautiful scenery. In this article, you will be seeing the 10 most beautiful presidential palaces in Africa. 1 The Unity Palace The unity palace is located in Yaounde, Cameroon. The unity palace is a striking work of art, it has pleasant surroundings and verdant greenery around it.
African is a continent that's blessed with so many natural resources, including diamonds and gold. We'll be looking at three African countries where you can find diamonds, and two African countries with Gold. 1. Ivory Coast This west African country is blessed with diamonds, and most of these diamonds are found in the Northern part of the country.
There are more than two thousand languages spoken in Africa and Nigeria alone has over two hundred languages. In West Africa, however, there are some languages with the highest number of speakers and this post will take a look at them. 1. English English is the primary language of many countries which are located in West Africa.
The recently pardoned Biafra soldiers have important roles to play in restoring peace, stability and unity in the southeastern region of the country. They know and have experienced the consequences, effects and dangers of civil unrest much more than the younger generation. Not every soldier who fought against the interest of the country is rewarded with presidential pardon and gratuities.
Hausa is a Afro-Asiatic (Chadic) language spoken by roughly thirty six million people as a first language, in at least ten territories. The largest numbers of speakers are in Nigeria and there are also significant numbers of first-language speakers in some African countries. 1. Niger
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The former special assistant to former president Goodluck Jonathan, Reno Omokri has once again spoken. According to a recent tweet he made on his verified twitter handle, he made it known to his followers that he just lost access to his personal Facebook profile after Natasha Akpoti did a giveaway to her supporters and encouraged them to report his profile without basis.
Every country of the world is name based on either a unique feature of the country or an influential person, or a tribe. But most African countries have changed the names given to them by their colonial Masters while some other countries seemed to find nothing wrong with it.
The year 2021 has not been a good one for democracy as far as the African continent is concerned as military interventions have continued to disrupt democratic systems on the continent. Although, coup is not something alien in the history of Africa, the year 2021 has recorded the highest number of coups than any other year in the last two decades.
Former President Goodluck Jonathan has landed in Juba, South Sudan, on Tuesday, October 19, 2021. The former president disclosed this on his verified Facebook page on Tuesday evening. Jonathan thanked the president of the Republic of South Sudan, the Nigerian embassy in the country and others for giving him a warm reception in Juba.
Regina Daniels had taken to the media to share new photos of her family as she told her fans how they spent few days at the red sea The red sea is a biblical sea which God used Moses to part and the Israelites walked across it on dry land after God freed them from bondage in Egypt.
Few years ago, a wave of political change swept across the Horn of Africa. After being elected as president, Abiy Ahmed went on a spree of diplomatic trips that would foster mutual relations to all the Horn of African countries. Photo Credit: Researchgate.net As a result of this, Ethiopia and Eritrea signed a treaty ending 2 decades of hostility.
According to a recent post by Legit.ng, a Ghanaian pastor has made some confession as to why he started ministry in Ghana. The Pastor who had a conversation with a Social Media Influencer identified as Kalyjay revealed that he has about 50 members since he opened his church.
The regions of Africa in the Sahel, the Sahara and coastal areas consisted of different tribal groups that blended into each other through migration, cultural affiliations, commerce, marriages, conquest and so on. Photo credit: Lumen Learning The Temahu, according to historians like Strabo, Josephus, Diodorus...(also A.J Rogers in modern times), were a people bordering the oasis of Nubia and the Sudan.
Emerging reports have it that the prime minister of Sudan, Abdallah Hamdok, has been placed under house arrest by a gang of soldiers in what might be another successful coup in Africa. This is coming few weeks after the similar incident happened in another African country of Guinea.
The Standard Digital of Kenya in their Wednesday 20th October 2021, publication titled "Triumphant Entry: DP William Ruto Rides On A Donkey In Lamu" alludes to Deputy President William Ruto's donkey ride in Lamu to Jesus Christ triumphant entry into Jerusalem. Some interpreted Mr. Ruto's action as a symbolic incident heralding his pending unveiling as the next President of Kenya come August 2022.
picture.credit.punchnews.ng It is a significant issue in Africa that some Western practices are not welcomed. It is a worry that some of the African traditions are becoming outdated, while western culture is gradually being welcomed here. In the western world, it's hard to see where they embrace African culture, no matter how effective the culture may be.
Government Officials in Zambia numbering about 14 have been arrested for Corruption by Zambia’s Anti-Corruption Commission (ACC). The ACC in a statement it issued on Thursday 21st October, 2021 said the 14 arrested Officials includes a former Southern province Permanent Secretary, Sibanze Simuchoba.
Sudan's prime minister was held by armed forces on Monday for refusing to back their coup, according to the information ministry, following weeks of tensions between the military and civilians who share power since the removal of autocrat Omar al-Bashir. Civilian members of Sudan's ruling council and ministers in Prime Minister Abdalla Hamdok's transitional government had also been detained, the ministry said in a statement on Facebook.
Abdalla Hamdok, the Sudanese Prime Minister Abdalla Hamdok holds a press briefing at the Council of Ministers in the capital Khartoum, as unidentified armed men arrested a number of Sudanese leaders early October 25, 2021. Photo credit: google Government source disclosed to AFP, after weeks of tensions between the military and civilian transitional authorities, as demonstrators gathered on the streets to protest the arrests, said AFP journalists.
The Federal Government of Nigeria has condemned the military coup in Sudan and said it is unacceptable. It also called for the immediate release of the Prime Minister and all political prisoners. This was mentioned in a statement on Monday by the spokesperson, Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Mrs Esther Sunsuwa, entitled "The Government of Nigeria condemns Coup d' etat in Sudan".