Africa finally got to represent themselves well at the FIFA World Cup as they were given as many as 5 slots. However, despite the increase in slots, there are still some teams who still struggle to qualify for the world cup despite being high ranking teams. Here are some examples.
A. Group C: Nigeria who lost their last group match at home last week, returned to winning ways today as they comfortably defeated Central African Republic by 2 goals to none, all thanks to Victor Osimhen who scored a brilliant goal in the first half of the game.
This is a story of an Oxford student who was sick of being asked when she was getting married. She decided to tie the knot with herself in Uganda(but admits her Ugandan parents were 'a bit confused'). Lulu Jemimah was 32 when she did a wedding without a groom just because she was fed up with her family lecturing her on settling down.
In 1959 a revolution broke out in colonial Rwanda, the Hutu groups coordinated an uprising against their historical overlords, the Tutsi, killing many. Many Tutsi groups fled Rwanda, including Paul Kagame's parents. The young Kagame was three years old then. By the time he turned his family had settled in Uganda in 1962, Kagame was 5 years old.
Yakubu Gowon became Nigeria's third president and youngest Head of State when he assumed the reins on August 1, 1966, just two months shy of his 32nd birthday on October 19. The 1975 Nigerian coup d'etat was a bloodless military coup which took place in Nigeria on 29 July 1975 when a faction of junior Armed Forces officers overthrew General Yakubu Gowon.
Many Nigerian celebrities have no doubt visited other countries, most especially the international music artists and some of them have been arrested even before they became popular. In this article you will get to know some Nigerian music artists that have been arrested in other countries apart from Nigeria.
Many Uganda citizens are mourning the death of Mrs. Immaculate Onebe. Her decaying body has been located in a septic tank at her residence. According to a report, it has been more than seven months since she went missing. Her abduction operation was carried out on 6 January 2021, on her way to traveling back home.
Photo Credit: Linda Ikeji According to a news that was posted by Linda Ikeji yesterday evening, it was made known that a man, whose name was given as Suleiman Mayanja, has brutally killed a lady whom he met for the second time. Information that was given concerning the incident made it known that, the suspect, who is from Uganda, and the 25-year-old deceased, never knew each other before but, they met themselves for the first time at a joint, where they started talking to each and collected each other's contacts.
The African qualifying tournament for the FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022 resumes, with matchday four taking place across the continent. On Sunday, matches were played across the continent. Nigeria responded to their home shocking defeat on Thursday to beat the Central African Republic 2-0 at Atade de Japoma in Cameroon.
Paul Kagame was born on October 1957, to a Tutsi family in southern Rwanda, in 1959 when the Tutsi massacre by the Hutus began, his family fled for Uganda where he spent his childhood. In 1979, at the age of 22, Kagame joined the National Resistance Army (NRA), led by Yoweri Museveni, which was a militia supported by the U.S and fighting the Ugandan dictator Idi Amin Dada, In 1986, the NRA overthrew Amin and Museveni became President, he appointed Kagame as the Staff Chief of the Army and deputy director of the Defense Intelligence of Uganda.
Imagine packing for a trip somewhere, and upon getting there, you find that you aren't allowed to wear the clothes you've picked out. It might seem outlandish, but here are some places where some types of clothes are banned. 1. Trousers In North Korea, women are prohibited by law from wearing trousers in public.
President Museveni has been in power for more than three decades, making him one of Africa's longest-serving leaders. He has been President of Uganda for an extremely long period of time, making him the country's longest-serving leader not just in Uganda, but also in the entire continent of Africa.
Up until July 1994, Paul Kagame was just but an ordinary rebel leader like many others in Africa. His life while growing up wasn't a remarkable one: from the age of three, he was a refugee living in a camp in Uganda. As a youth, he was a rebel fighting for a Ugandan overlord.
Photo Credit: amazon.co.uk Plantains are grown mostly in Uganda, Nigeria, Ghana, and Rwanda. They have numerous health advantages and can be prepared in a variety of ways. The unripe or green plantain is very beneficial to diabetics because of its low sugar level but high resistant starch content.
The former President of Nigeria, Goodluck Ebelechukwu Jonathan has gotten another international recognition, this time in the world of academic. According to reports, Dr. Goodluck Jonathan, has been officially inaugurated as the chancellor of Cavendish University in Uganda. The induction ceremony took place on Thursday 26th, August, 2021, during the 10th Graduation Ceremony of the University in Kampala the nation’s capital.
Photos:Former President, Goodluck Jonathan Inaugurated As Chancellor In Private University In Uganda
A private university in Uganda, Cavendish University inaugurated the former President of Nigeria, Goodluck Ebele Jonathan as a chancellor on Thursday 26th day of August 2021. His wife, Dame Patience Jonathan attended the great occasion with him It was his first official function as the chancellor of the institution and the 10th graduation ceremony of Cavendish university Kampala, Uganda.
Photo credit : Opera News (President Yoweri Museveni of Uganda) A bomb blast occured in Kampala,the capital of Uganda late on saturday,which President Yoweri Museveni said appears to be a terrorist attack. He said further that the blast killed one person,though the Ugandan chief police commissar,Asar Kasingye,said late on saturday,that ten people were killed.
Former Uganda Prime Minister, Ruhakana Rugunda, has taken to social media to refuted the claims of him aspiring for the post of President in the 2026 Presidential Election. Speaking through his verified twitter account, the politician disclosed that he has read on social media people's suggesting that he should run for Uganda president in 2026.
Nigeria is not the only African nation that is facing the deadly menace of banditry attacks. It is now trending that one of the African counterpart, Uganda, have experienced a deadly attack in its capital city, Kampala, on Saturday night, which led to the death of one and leaving five people in a state of comma.
The Nigeria Women’s Volleyball Senior Team lost to hosts Rwanda 3-0 in their second game of the 202I African Seniors Nations Championship in Kigali, Rwanda. The Rwanda team won in all the sets 22–25 23–25 23–25, yesterday. The Head Coach of Nigeria women’s senior team, Samuel Ajayi, said his players played according to the match plan.