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Coronavirus: 5 Reasons Why Africa Has Low Number of Covid-19 Cases

  When Covid-19 was just starting to sweep the globe, experts predicted Africa would be devastated, with millions of lives lost. But 11 months later, the continent seems to be doing better than anticipated. The United States with a population of about 326 million people, has so far recorded over 228,000 deaths from the coronavirus, …

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Top 7 Best African Safari Parks of 2020 & 2021

An African Safari is not just one of the most thrilling experiences on earth for a tourist, but also a huge revenue source for the countries involved. Some African safaris provide you an opportunity to get up close and personal with some of the world’s rarest wildlife, to encounter majestic mountains and wide skies, and …

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5 Reasons Why Arabic Script Should Not be Removed from Nigeria’s Currency

  Nigeria’s federal government is currently in court fighting a lawsuit filed by Malcolm Omirhobo, a Lagos based lawyer, seeking the removal of Arabic scripts from the country’s Naira banknotes because they “represent Islam”. This has generated a lot of controversies and is being debated in religious and political contexts. Here are five reasons why …

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5 Interesting Facts About Akon’s $6billion Futuristic City

US-Senegalese artiste and entrepreneur, Akon is pressing ahead with plans to build a $6 billion city that is described as “a real-life Wakanda” in Senegal. The plans depict gleaming skyscrapers, shopping malls, music studios, and eco-friendly tourist resorts. They envisage that “Akoin”, a cryptocurrency founded by the R&B star, would be the central currency. Akon …

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ASUU Strike: Why Nigerian Universities are Always on Strike, Explained

Public universities have been closed down for the past eight months across Nigeria – not due to the current covid-19 pandemic, but because university lecturers under the Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU) are on strike again. ASUU has been on strike a combined 25 months in the last 10 years between 2010 and 2020. …

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