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Sit up Ghana and sit up Nigeria or just sell the countries to us

Ghana and Nigeria are the backbone of Africa ,they have all the natural resources in abundance to make them the most important and sought after countries in the world but corruption is a major problem and a curse to them.

Boko Haram attacks 3 military bases in northeast Nigeria

Boko Haram militants have attacked three military bases in northeast Nigeria, putting the spotlight on insecurity in Nigeria just three months before presidential polls.

Zimbabwe 'Prophet' Also Developed Lipstick For Blood Pressure

We've been reporting about the police raid in Zimbabwe on the offices of a religious leader who said that he had found a herbal cure for HIV.

We’ll Learn From Ghana — Sierra Leonean President

The President of Sierra Leone, Mr Julius Maada Bio, yesterday began a two-day state visit to Ghana, saying he had been encouraged by Ghana’s free senior high school (SHS) programme to adopt a similar policy for the people of Sierra Leone.

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Melania Trump Begins Africa Trip Today

Melania Trump plans to emphasise child welfare in Ghana, Malawi, Kenya and Egypt as she begins her one-week four-nation tour as part of her first extended solo international mission.

Top militia chief surrenders in DR Congo’s Kasai region

A top chief who led a coalition of armed militia groups has surrendered in the central Kasai region of the Democratic Republic of the Congo with hundreds of youth fighters, according to local authorities.

Amnesty calls on Nigeria to account for missing Shias

Amnesty International has accused Nigeria’s government of carrying out unlawful arrests and practicing “enforced disappearance,” calling on Abuja to clarify the fate of hundreds of Shia activists taken into custody.

South Sudan's Machar backs out of peace deal draft

South Sudan's rebel leader Riek Machar has refused to sign the latest draft of a peace deal with the government of President Salva Kiir that could end nearly five years of civil war in the youngest country of the world.