It's almost certain that every nation of the world has in one way or the other experienced criminal attacks. Meanwhile, whether you like it or not, Nigeria has had its fair share of criminal attacks. With attacks ranging from Kidnapping to armed robbery and terrorism, the West African nation has been the epicenter of numerous criminal activities.
The new Guinean junta detained a former minister, Tibou Kamara, for several hours after arresting him before dawn on Sunday and ransacking his home, according to his entourage and an official statement. Kamara was Minister of Industry and spokesperson for the government of Alpha Condé, overthrown in a coup in the West African country on September 5.
West African countries are blessed with varieties of foods which are beneficial to humans. Ghana which is also a West Africa country have many delicious foods, these foods are adopted by other neighboring countries like Nigeria, just because its ingredients are available at beck and call. Photo showing West Africa
Juju is a term generally used to refer to magical powers dealing with good or bad luck. It can also be used to refer to a spiritual belief system involving the use of objects, such as amulets and charms. Juju has been applied to traditional African religions practiced in West African countries such as Nigeria, Benin, Togo, and Ghana.
What are waist beads, and what do they do? Waist beads are little glass beads strung on a string or wire that are worn around the waist or hips as a traditional African ornament. They come in a variety of colors and shapes, with ornamental stones, gems, and charms included.
There are so many music legends in Nigeria and Fela Kuti is one of them. He is one of Nigeria’s most famous and loved musicians, especially because he pioneered Afrobeat – a genre-blending of jazz, funk, psychedelic rock, traditional West African chant, and rhythms – into conscious music in the 60s and 70s.
As candidates prepare for the English Language papers in the ongoing, West African school Certificate Examination (WASSCE), it is a good time to give success tips to students that are sitting the examination. In this article, I will be exposing students to methods of writing high scoring summary at the level of the WASSCE.
State House Press Release Let’s Put In Place Measures To Prevent Coups, Says Osinbajo At ECOWAS Summit On Guinea * Proposes AU, UN, Commonwealth others simultaneously suspend nations where military seizes power *Nigeria wants West African countries to respect their own constitutions *Only free, fair, transparent elections welcome, VP adds
What are waist beads, and what do they do? Waist beads are generally worn low on the hips and loosely. If you wish to track your weight loss, start with your beads higher on your waist and work your way down to your hips. You don't have to wear them tight to keep track of your progress.
Nigerian singer, Bella Shmurda, was reportedly deported from Ghana over his actions towards a medical doctor and his musical growth may suffer as a result. Photo credit: Bella Shmurda/Twitter Emerging reports suggest that the fast-rising musician was deported by an Accra court after he allegedly attacked a medical doctor with a fork while he was being quarantined.
Senegalese President Marcky Sall, advises Sadio Mane to join politics after retiring from Football. The 28 year old ‘Sadio Mané’ is a Senegalese professional footballer who plays as a winger for the English Premier league champions ‘Liverpool’ and captain of Senegal national team. More than an average of one-third of the West African nation’s 15.4 million inhabitants live below the poverty line and it would be an understatement to say that Mane’s contribution is a huge help to his people and government of Senegal.
Photo Credit: Google For over twelve years now, the Boko Haram insurgents have continued to ravage many parts of Africa especially Nigeria and her neighboring West African countries like Niger and Cameroon. These bloodthirsty Jihadists have continued to inflict pain on innocent citizens on daily basis. Although many West African countries like Nigeria, Niger are making collaborative efforts towards ending insurgency in the region, their efforts have however yielded few positive results.
The Lagos state commissioner for Education, Folasade Adefisayo, announced the resumption date for the 20211/2022 academic section. He said all public and private schools would resume the new academic section on Monday, 13th September 2021. According to the commissioner, the students of model colleges and upgraded schools are to resume in batches, and this is as a result of the ongoing West African senior secondary examination.
West African media lawyers condemned the military coup in Guinea on Monday. WAMELA, in a statement signed by its international president, lawyer Noah Ajare, and made available in Abuja, said the act violated the ECOWAS Protocol on Democracy and Good Governance. According to the group, Article 1 (b) - (e) of ECOWAS Protocol A / SP1 / 12/01 on Democracy and Good Governance additional to the Protocol Relating to the Mechanism for Prevention, Management, Resolution, peacekeeping and conflict security states as follows:
A lot of candidates who are setting for the ongoing West African Senior School Certificate Examination (WASSCE) want to know when they will be expecting to see their results after the examination. And, the West African Examinations Council (WAEC) through its director of public affairs has attended to this quest.
Waist beads are said to be a traditional African accessory that consist of small glass beads on a string or strand of wire worn around the waist. Waist beads most times come in different shapes and colour, and may also include decorative stones and crystals. Waist beads have been worn by several women in West African communities for ages.
The head of Guinea’s military special forces, Lieutenant-Colonel Mamady Doumbouya, has revealed that government mismanagement was the reason behind why the Guinean special forces seized power in a coup and arrested the president. Lieutenant-Colonel Mamady Doumbouya was a former French foreign legionnaire officer and leader of the coup also promised to entrust the nation's politics to the people and not to one man anymore.
Fulani braids is a hair style from the West African tribe of the Fulanis. It is a style where the hair on the back of the head is put into box braids and the hair in front is braided into a pattern. These patterns can vary from person to person depending on one's choice.
The West African Examination Council (WAEC) has stated that it will do everything necessary to prevent applicants from using special centers, popularly known as "Miracle Centers." Eucharia Onodu, the zonal coordinator for the West African School Certificate Examination and the National Examination Council in Enugu, declared this at a conference to end examination misconduct during the West African School Certificate Examination and the National Examination Council (NECO).
Guinea special forces declared President Alpha Condé's arrest in a statement released on state television on Sunday, as the West African nation was shaken by reports of heavy gunfire near the Presidential palace in Conakry. Soldiers who staged an uprising declared they had abolished the constitution and the government in the west African State in a short broadcast on State television.