Dr. Emefa and Dr. Emenyo

Meet The Ghanaian Twin Sisters Who Are Both Medical Doctors

Ghanaian twin sisters, Dr. Emefa and Dr. Emenyo both graduated with a Bachelor of Dental Surgery and a Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery respectively from the University of Ghana Medical School.

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Meet Nyillah E. Cawray: The Undergraduate Student Who Finds Passion In Carpentry

Nyillah E. Cawray is a young Sierra Leonean undergraduate who seeks to change the stereotypical narrative of females in the male-dominated profession of carpentry. Yes!…

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Lake Natron – The Red Tanzanian Lake That Can Turn Animals Into Stones

The red Tanzanian lake may appear beautiful and rosy in your eyes but it is one of the most mysterious and incredible places in Africa….

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Meet Priscilla Sitienei: The World’s Oldest Primary School Pupil at Aged 99

Priscilla Sitienei is currently the most inductee in the record books after becoming the world’s oldest primary school pupil. The record was previously held by…

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Sierra Leonean Innovator Margaret Yainkain Mansaray Shortlisted For The 2023 Africa Prize For Engineering Innovation

Out of 15 African innovators, Sierra Leonean innovator and founder of Smart Green Stove, Margaret Yainkain Mansaray has been shortlisted for 2023 UK’s Royal Academy of Engineering Africa Prize for Engineering Innovation.

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Guion Bluford

Guion Bluford: The First African American To Travel In Space

When Guion Bluford launched into low Earth orbit on the Space Shuttle Challenger on August 30, 1983, he made history as the first African American in space. In the years that followed, he embarked on three more shuttle flights, spending a total of 688 hours in space.

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Healey International Relief Foundation

Healey International Relief Foundation Launches The ‘Innovate Your Future’ Project To Support At-Risk Youth In Sierra Leone And Improve Health Outcomes

After being awarded a United States Agency International Development through the American Schools and Hospitals, Healey International Relief Foundation on Friday 18th November 2022 launched the ‘Innovate Your Future’ Project to support at-risk youth in Sierra Leone. By extension, the project will provide eight Universal Anesthesia Machines to be placed at “four faith-based” hospitals in Sierra Leone.

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20 years old James Samba has built the first-ever locally made electric vehicle in Sierra Leone

20 years old Sierra Leonean self-taught engineer and innovator, James Samba has built Sierra Leone’s first-ever electric vehicle equipped with self-recharging capability made with 75% local materials.

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Not all African police are corrupt: A Nigerian Superintendent of police Daniel Itse Amah is celebrated for rejecting $200,000 bribery from armed robbers

Western media and particularly African entertainment have painted the character of the African police force to be ultimately corrupt and deceitful. Thanks to the Chief…

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Moyin

Young Nigerian Lady Who Studied Economics, Wins 8 Awards & Emerges Best Graduating Student

A young Nigerian lady identified as Moyin has left social media users in awe after graduating from Babcock University with a First Class degree in Economics, winning eight academic excellence awards and emerging as the best graduating student.

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Three Young Sierra Leonean Innovators Among The Twelve Global Winners of The Generation Unlimited Global imaGen Ventures Competition

In the just concluded imaGen Ventures global innovation competition, three young innovators from Sierra Leone that developed an offline database server that provides learning materials offline for young people without internet access are among the twelve global winners of the competition ahead of thousands of young innovators across more than 40 countries.

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Frederick Abila

18-year-old Ghanaian High School Graduate Frederick Abila Creates New ‘Twitter’ App With Free Verification

18-year-old Ghanaian High School graduate, Frederick Abila has developed a new Twitter-like application called Buzz Chat to rival Twitter. The platform already has over 5,000 users.

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Dr Pamela Phumzile Sithole

From domestic worker at the age of 14 to medical doctor at 24, the inspiring story of Dr Pamela Phumzile Sithole

Dr Pamela Phumzile Sithole is a proof that dreams do come true and with hard work, perseverance and determination you can achieve the impossible. Despite working as a domestic worker at the age of 14, she overcame this challenge with patience and tenacity. At 24, she earned a Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery degree from the University of KwaZulu-Natal in South Africa.

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13-year-old Nigerian Tech Genius, Emmanuella Mayaki Gains University Admission in America

13-year-old Nigerian-born tech genius, Emmanuella Mayaki has set a new record as she becomes one of the youngest persons to be accepted into a University in the United States of America.

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17-year-old South African who started making sneakers from his mom’s garage launches his own sneakers store

Two months ago, 17-year-old South African entrepreneur Utlwanang Mmeti launched his own footwear brand, ‘Dapper Footwear’. Two months later, he has opened his own footwear store in Midrand, South Africa. He is Africa’s youngest sneaker brand owner.

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CRIBS INTERNATIONAL UNVEILS BOII
MARTHA BOIMANYA FAHNBULLEH KOROMA P/K/A

CRIBS INTERNATIONAL has announced BOII MARTHA BOIMANYA FAHNBULLEH KOROMA P/K/A as the latest addition to its roster of amazing and talented artistes.

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MARTHA BOIMANYA FAHNBULLEH KOROMA P/K/A
Angella Okutoyi

Angella Okutoyi, Kenya’s First Tennis Player To Win A Wimbledon Title

18-year-old Kenyan tennis player, Angella Okutoyi is set to take over tennis. This year, the 18 years old became the first Kenyan in history to win a Wimbledon title.

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Meet Marion K Conteh, a Sierra Leonean agri-preneur and founder of one of Sierra Leone’s first online B2B agricultural businesses

Marion Kainde Conteh is a young and promising Sierra Leonean looking to shape and revitalize the farming sector in the country. She is the founder…

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Zura Karuhimbi: The Rwandan woman who saved more than 100 people throughout the Rwandan genocide

Zura Karuhimbi is a Rwandan woman who saved more than 100 people throughout the Rwandan Genocide after claiming to be a witch with magical powers….

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23-year-old Jessikah Inaba becomes the UK’s first blind Black barrister

23-year-old Jessikah Inaba has made history after becoming the first blind and Black barrister in the United Kingdom. Her success story was met with a…

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