Young Ghanaian Lady Celebrates As She Fulfills Childhood Dream Of Becoming A Teacher

A young and beautiful Ghanaian lady identified as Abigail Adjoa has taken to social media to celebrate after fulfilling her childhood dream of becoming a teacher

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Pele

Pele’s secret daughter named in his £13 million will after Brazilian legend denied he was her father

17 years after the death of Sandra Regina, the estranged daughter of Pele, and after 17 years of denial, Pele finally acknowledged Sandra as her daughter by including her in his 13 million pounds will that he left behind.

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Ian Kagame

President Paul Kagame’s son joins elite presidential guard

President Paul Kagame’s son, Second Lieutenant Ian Kagame has been enrolled into the Rwandan Defense Force Presidential Guard after military training in the UK.

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Godfrey Chitalu: The Zambian Goal King Whose Goal Scoring Records Were Dismissed By FIFA Because He Played In Africa

Godfrey Chitalu is a legendary Zambian footballer who played as a forward for Kitwe United and Kabwe Warriors. He is regarded as one of the…

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King Piye: The First Black Pharaoh Who Ruled Egypt From 744–714 BC

King Piye was an ancient Kushite king and founder of the Twenty-fifth Dynasty of Egypt, who conquered and ruled Egypt from 744-714 BC. He seized…

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The Mamie Mariama Justice Ganawa Education Foundation (MaMJGEF) Donates Learning Materials And Issues Scholarships To Their First Set Of Beneficiaries Worth Over 60 Million Leones (3500 dollars)

The Mamie Mariama Justice Ganawa Education Foundation (MAMJGEF) recently made donations worth 60 million old Leones, which is equivalent to about $3,500, to their first…

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Elizabeth Bessie Coleman

The Incredible True Story Of Bessie Coleman, America’s First Black Female Pilot

Elizabeth Bessie Coleman was the first African-American woman to obtain a civil aviator’s international pilot’s license. She was the first African-American woman to fly in public.

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Captain Irene Koki Mutungi

Meet Captain Irene Koki Mutungi: The First Female Pilot in Kenya

In 1995, Captain Irene Koki Mutungi joined Kenya Airways as a second officer flying Fokker 50s, she became the first female pilot in the airline’s history and the first female pilot in Kenya.

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Michael Blackson

Ghanaian-American Actor And Comedian Michael Blackson Opens Free School In His Village In Ghana

Ghanaian actor and comedian based in the United States, Michael Blackson has opened his own school in his village in Ghana, which will offer free tuition to all its students.

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Robert Pyles

Raised By a Single Mom With 9 Siblings, He Now Owns 12 McDonald’s Restaurants

When Robert Pyles was a boy, growing up with 9 siblings and being raised by a single mother, he never imagined he would be as successful as he is now. Robert Pyles is a successful entrepreneur who owns 12 McDonald’s franchises in Wisconsin.

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Patrice Motsepe

11 things you need to know about Patrice Motsepe, Africa’s first Black billionaire

Patrice Motsepe is a billionaire from South Africa with a $2.7 billion net worth. At the age of 46, he became the first Black African to appear on Forbes’ list of world billionaires in 2008. Additionally, he is the first billionaire industrialist from South Africa.

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Queen Amanirenas: The One-Eyed African Queen Who Defeated Caesar Augustus Of The Roman Empire

Queen Amenirenas was a Nubian ruler of the ancient African kingdom of Kush (located in modern-day Sudan), who is widely recognized as a skilled warrior…

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Cape Verde

Cape Verde renames national stadium in honour of Pele

Cape Verde’s national stadium, Estadio Nacional de Cabo Verde is to be renamed after Pele, according to the country’s Prime Minister Ulisses Correira e Silva. The 15,000-seater, located just outside the capital Praia, will now become the Pele Stadium.

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Ramarni Wilfred

Meet The Black Teen Genius With An IQ Higher Than Bill Gates And Albert Einstein

At age 11, Ramarni Wilfred has an IQ higher than Bill Gates, Professor Stephen Hawking and Albert Einstein. With a score of 162, Ramarni is the youngest person to score higher than Einstien, Stephen Hawking and Bill Gates. 

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Vidiol Tsague

Meet The 18-Year-Old Cameroonian Who Builds Planes and Drones From Local Materials 

A 19-year-old high school dropout from Cameroon, Vidiol Tsague, has made passenger planes and drones built using local materials that can fly for minutes. Vidiol Tsague has been working on designing and putting together his innovations for the past eight years.

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Meet Amina: The Warrior Queen Who Ruled Zaria For More Than 30 Years In The 16th Century

Aminatu, commonly known as Queen Amina of the city-state Zazzau (now the city of Zaria in Kaduna State), is significantly recognized as the first woman…

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Dr. Shamaria Engram

First Black Woman to Receive a Ph.D. in Computer Science and Engineering at Univ. of South Florida

Dr. Shamaria Engram has become the first Black woman to graduate from the Computer Science and Engineering doctoral program at the University of South Florida…

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Fene Osakwe

From The Server Room To The Board Room: How Dr Fene Osakwe Beat All Odds To Become A Successful International Tech Leader, Global Speaker, Author And Career Coach.

Fene Osakwe is an award-winning Nigerian tech entrepreneur, career coach, start-up investor, international conference speaker, Forbes-published author, and one of Africa’s most sought-after Cybersecurity advisors.

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Pele’s Mum, Dona Celeste Arantes Is Unaware That Her Legendary Son Has Passed Away

The mother of the late Brazilian football legend Pele is said to be unaware of her son’s death.

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