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Africa 

Kenya’s Ruto launches flagship credit scheme for poor

Kenyan President William Ruto officially launched his “resourceful fund” on Wednesday, the flagship measure of his campaign intended to give the poorest access to credit and revive the economy of this African country “from below”. ‘East. The Head of State, who presented himself during the presidential campaign on August 9 as the herald of the “resourceful” (“hustlers”) of the common… Read More
Africa 

Ivory Coast: Trial of resort attackers opens

A court in Ivory Coast on Wednesday began the long-awaited trial of 18 people accused of abetting one of West Africa’s bloodiest jihadist attacks — a machine-gun assault on a beach resort in 2016 that left 19 dead. But only four defendants were physically present for the proceedings in Abidjan, Ivory Coast’s economic hub, an AFP reporter saw. The others,… Read More
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International Singer Kelsie Kimberlin Celebrates The Unbreakable Bonds Of Humanity With Her New Song “Fruit Basket”

International Singer Kelsie Kimberlin Celebrates The Unbreakable Bonds Of Humanity With Her New Song “Fruit Basket” – Music Industry Today – EIN Presswire Trusted News Since 1995 A service for music industry professionals · Wednesday, November 30, 2022 · 604,062,989 Articles · 3+ Million Readers News Monitoring and Press Release Distribution Tools News Topics Newsletters Press Releases Events & Conferences… Read More
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Burna Boy is the NO. 1 Artist, has NO. 1 song, & NO. 1 album on Spotify Nigeria in 2022

Nigerians bring the speakers out on Fridays, which is when they listen to the most music. Wondering what time of the day Nigerians listen the most? It’s at 11am, right after morning commutes and to-do lists are taken care of. Details: Spotify has announced this year’s edition of Wrapped – its hotly anticipated annual round up of the top artists… Read More
Africa 

Children march in support of peace deal in Tigray

Young people from Tigray’s capital Mekele took part in a peace parade with many hoping that the ceasefire agreed between Ethiopia’s government and rebels may mean they can soon return to school. Schools and many other services have been closed for over two years in Tigray since fighting broke out in 2020. The ‘Peace For All’ Carnival in Mekele was… Read More
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Nigeria dominates the Top 100 Sub-Saharan tracks on Apple Music in 2022

Recently, Apple Music revealed its list of the top 100 Sub-Saharan tracks for 2022, and Afrobeats artists dominated the list. The entire top 10 is made up of songs that were hugely popular in Nigeria this past year, with Burna Boy’s “Last Last” at the very top. Second on the list is “Kulosa,” an international blockbuster song by Oxlade. Third… Read More
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Lagos to host biggest Gospel concert of the year 17th time

The Experience Lagos ‘22 (Experience 17), a Christian music concert, is scheduled to take place at Tafawa Balewa Square, Lagos Island, Lagos, on December 2, 2022. The 17th Edition will attract a good number of worshipers as it has grown in popularity and attention since 2006. As a result, its organisers are working hard to make it even bigger and… Read More
Africa 

Nigeria Police Chief Usman Baba sentenced to three months in jail

Nigeria’s Federal High Court has sentenced the Inspector-General of Police, Usman Baba, to three months in prison for flouting a 2011 court order. According to local media reports, the IGP’s sentence followed a suit that was filed by a police officer, Patrick Okoli, who was unlawfully and compulsorily retired from the Nigerian Police Force. The court also ordered the payment… Read More
Africa 

First shipment of Russian fertilizer leaves Netherlands for Africa – UN

After sanctions-related obstacles hit Moscow, the first shipment of Russian fertilizer left the Netherlands on Tuesday for Malawi, Dutch customs and the UN said. Some 20,000 tons of NPK chemical fertilizers – made from nitrogen, phosphorus, and potassium – left Tuesday afternoon on board the MV Greenwich from the port of Terneuzen in the southwest of the Netherlands, according to… Read More