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How This Kenyan Woman Developed A Technology That Harvests Water From The Air To Solve Water Scarcity In Kenya – The Inspiring Story of Beth Koigi

When Beth Koigi moved into her university hostel in Eastern Kenya, she was terribly puzzled that the water coming out of the tap was filthy, smelly, and infested with bacteria.

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From being bullied because of her skin colour to founder of black-owned clothing line – How 15-year-old Kheris Rogers overcome bullying

At 10, Kheris Rodgers announced the launch of Flexin In My Complexion. She is currently aged fifteen (15) with every taste of positively impacting the…

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How a robbery attack led Edwin Iganji to create a security app for Kenyans

Edwin Inganji is a promising programmer who loves developing Android applications. This outstanding interest and passion for technology and IT is providing solutions to problems…

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Over 18 Million People Facing Serious Hunger In West Africa’s Sahel Region

The United Nations (UN) is warning of the possibility of severe hunger in the Sahel region in the next three months. About 18 million people…

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Ex-President Alpha Conde Travels Again For Medical Attention

The now-deposed President Alpha Condé has been granted a new stay abroad to tend to medical treatment and welfare. The spokesperson for the National Committee…

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Popular Nollywood Actor Leo Mezie Is Dead

Known sometimes for his humble roles and unpredicting actions, Leo Mezie’s death is sure to shake the fans and the movie industry at large. Leonard…

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Ten Nigerian Ministers Resign To Run For The 2023 Presidential Election

Ten Nigerian cabinet ministers have announced resignation from public office to run for the country’s election scheduled for next year, the information briefed the public…

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Op-Ed: Was Blacker Depicting The Harsh Reality On Ground?

Relax. Take a deep breath. You are in for an exciting enlightening route! I wouldn’t wish for it to sound climacteric and overdramatic. Maybe, I…

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Who is Dr. John Idriss Lahai – The Academic Sniper Taking Down Fake Degree Holders in Sierra Leone

The recent span of events across the country has been primarily centered around the issuance and possession of fake degrees by unauthorized universities and public…

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Thomas Sankara’s Assassination Suspects Ordered To Pay Financial Compensation For Damages

On Tuesday, the military court in the capital of Ouagadougou, Burkina Faso, sentenced former President Blaise Compaoré and nine other defendants to pay more than…

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As Mali Finalizes Decision To Ban French Media, UN says it is “deeply dismayed”

The United Nations bemoans the decision by Mali to suspend two French broadcasters, RFI and France 24. The Malian military government suspended the broadcasters earlier…

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Mali Breaks Relationship With France

The Malian junta government has finally severed its relationship with its colonial master, France. The decision to cut ties additionally came with the action to…

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LAC Challenges Adebayor To A Fight (Video)

Mbaimba Moiforay popularly known as LAC or LA Chocolate has threatened social media commentator Adebayor with a fight. As you may recall, the bad blood…

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Ethiopian Police And Muslims Clash During Prayers To Mark The End Of Ramadan

The scene was uncertain and chaotic as Ethiopian police clashed with young Muslims in the capital during prayers to mark the end of Ramadan. The…

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As Inflation Rises, Kenyan Government Increases Minimum Wage

A cushioning mechanism it is, as Kenya’s President Uhuru Kenyatta announces a 12% increase in the minimum wage. This is in a bid to offset…

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Guinea’s Transition To Civilian Rule Will Take More Than 3 Years – Colonel Mamady Doumbouya

Guinea’s military leader, Colonel Mamady Doumbouya, has announced a 39-month transition before the West African nation returns to civilian rule. The proposal tabled by the…

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Finnish Court Free Former Rebel From Sierra Leone

A former rebel who was accused of war crimes has been acquitted by the Finnish court. On Friday, the decision announced rejected the allegations stating…

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Economic Measures: Senegalese Government To Economically Back More Than 540,000 Households

The launching of the program is set to happen on May 10. The socio-economic situation around the world is getting stiffer and unprecedented by the…

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Several Moroccans Are Arrested For Not Observing Fast

Article 222 of the penal code of Morocco’s laws states that breaking the fast in public is punishable by up to six months in prison….

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Two Former Officials Of Alpha Conde’s Administration Charged and Jailed For Corruption In Guinea

As a way of what they believe is sanitizing the francophone nation of Guinea, the military administration has overseen a series of judicial proceedings against…

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Pioneer Of Africa’s Independence Kwame Nkrumah Sets To Be Reburied

To spiritually satisfy the dignity of Dr. Kwame Nkrumah, The Convention People’s Party (CPP) has revealed its intention to rebury the country’s first president and…

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Bishop Emmanuel Samuel Nathaniel Ndanema Is A Paedophile And An Abuser – A Facebook User Goes On a Justifiable And Necessary Rampage

Lizzy Lozzo, a Sierra Leonean Facebook user, blew off some steam yesterday when she posted a lengthy call of concern regarding the dubious and unscrupulous…

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Hello Africans, God will not help you Part 2 – Israel Goodnews Balogun

READ THIS ARTICLE TO THE END BEFORE YOU PASS YOUR JUDGMENT ON ME OR CALL ME AN ATHEIST. When your children were dying of malaria,…

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Didier Drogba’s Dream of Becoming President of Ivory Coast Football Federation Comes To An End As Businessman Idris Diallo Won The Race

In what many outsiders and non-Ivorians saw as an easy walkover for the country’s legend Didier Drogba, the outcome was far from expectations. On Saturday,…

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Hello Africans, God will not help you! Part 1 – Israel Goodnews Balogun

One of Nigeria’s most popular critics on the ills of faith and its contradictions and misrepresentation weighs in on the continual social challenges bothering the…

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Delvid Stanley-Coker’s Argumentative Essay: The Minerals Of Sierra Leone Are More Of A Blessing Than A Curse

Curse may I be if I submit irrelevance or project a scathing, vile, and insensitivity to an aspect of God’s creation. Humans are the problem….

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Delvid Stanley-Coker’s Op-Ed: An Insensible Piece Of Gesture – Dying Vida’s Family Rejected Valuable Token For Misplaced Morality

If I were at a point of losing the fight to infamous sleep after the occurrence of a car accident, and the doctor insists that…

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A Rise To Dictatorship? Tunisian Protesters Oppose President Kais Saied’s Authoritarian Rule

The North African country of Tunisia is seemingly facing a foray into its constitutional and democratic rights. Well, that is according to many Tunisians. On…

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5 times Public Officials Have Resigned Over Fake Degrees

Education is perceptibly recognized as an aspect of pride to humankind. It is a much-needed commodity for society to have its civility and control. World…

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Fake PhD Scandal: Sierra Leone’s IG of Police With ‘Fake PhD’ Under Fire

A Facebook user by the name of Dr John Idris Lahai has brought to the attention of the Sierra Leonean populace the academic fraud by the country’s Inspector General of Police, Mr. Ambrose Michael Sovula. In the Facebook post by Dr John Idris Lahai, the Inspector General of Police who is said to be a PhD holder is not a PhD holder and his honorary doctorate degree was conferred to him by a so-called Africa Graduate University, a non-existent university is FAKE!

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Op-Ed: Arata Paopa – A Suitable Example Of How Politicians Can Misuse Young People In Sierra Leone

Young people in Sierra Leone make up a higher percentage in Sierra Leone. The youthfulness of the population can be utilized as a springboard to…

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Gbenga Adewoyin – The 24-Year-Old Nigerian Atheist Challenging The Existence Of Juju In Nigeria

The belief in African spirituality has been an age-old activity for many people in Africa. During the olden days, our ancestors fortified their homes with…

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A Look Into Rwanda’s Ban On The Importation Of Second Hand Clothing (Junks) – A Guide For Africa’s Indigenous Clothing Industry

In what seemed like an urgent action to protect its promising indigenous clothing and textiles industry, Rwanda courageously assigned the ban on the importation of…

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“Lack Of Quality Support” Was Their Achilles’ Heel – The University Of Sierra Leone Lost To Njala University On Penalty Shootout

The InterVarsity Sports Competition has proved to be a thrilling experience for students and sports individuals alike. The event was created to foster the culture…

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How an occasional banter led her to create Sierra Leone’s first fashion vlogging company – Meet Flora Davies

Imagine having the motivation to set up an initiative following an argument you had with someone. I’d say these are normal daily banters we usually…

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“Give It Up For Our Women” – People That Inspire Magazine Releases Special Women Themed Edition

This month’s edition is dedicated to women around the world, specifically targeting their creative abilities and beauty.

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My Personal Experience At Connaught Hospital – How It Almost Contributed To A Potential Blindness

Note: This account is in no way directed to hinder the reputation of the hospital or its workers. For what’s it worth, it should be…

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Central Africans Rally In Support Of Russia

It seems like not everyone is subjectively toeing the line of the “I stand with Ukraine” slogan. The dynamics are slowly shifting with dissenting views…

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Op-ed: How Your Party Card And Ethnicity Can Easily Land You A Job In Sierra Leone – Delvid Stanley-Coker

Unemployment has been a challenging phenomenon for young people in Sierra Leone. Over 70% of an already youthful population are without jobs or a source…

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Posted in African History Education Human interest

How The Soviet Union Helped Patrice Lumumba

Eager to act quickly and the world had turned its back against him, Patrice Lumumba ran to the Soviet Union for help. It was the Soviet Union who gave a listening ear to Lumumba.

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Adelaide Casely-Hayford: One of the earliest Sierra Leonean Feminists and Girls’ Advocator in Africa

Instantly my eyes were opened to the fact that the education meted out to [African people] had … taught us to despise ourselves … Our…

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“Unusual Kind of Love” – People That Inspire Magazine Releases A Valentine Special Edition

Following the trendy release of its January edition, People That Inspire Magazine has yet delivered another exciting and mouth-watering publication.

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Posted in African Stories Black History Month

Meet Frances Claudia Wright OBE Known As “West Africa’s Portia” – The First Sierra Leonean Woman To Be Called To The Bar In Great Britain And To Practice Law In Sierra Leone

Little is known about “West Africa’s Portia” and leaving her out of the festivities of Black History Month is gravely unfair. Therefore, The African Dream…

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Lati Hyde-Forster, MBE: The First Woman To Graduate From Fourah Bay College

Today’s insight on Black History Month captures a peculiar example worthy of feminine emulation. A woman who stood the test of time and contributed to the cause of national growth.

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Africanus Horton – The Sierra Leonean who has a crater on Mercury named after him, and the “Father of modern African political thought”

Many Sierra Leoneans and black people are unaware of the massive exploits of Africanus Horton. Therefore, in an observatory position of Black History Month, the…

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Kai Londo – The Great Kissi Warrior and King Who Developed Kailahun District

Kai Londo was a man of reputable pedigree and stature. One cannot observe Black History Month without highlighting his contribution to local development. Throughout his time, he served as a charismatic and influential leader among his subordinates.

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As its first teaser video drops at 8pm, the CEO of Salone Glad Rags lists five expectations

Salone Glad Rags is an online vlogging platform that is potentially going to establish a rudimentary explanation on varieties of fashion misfits, intolerable fashion blends,…

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Why Nollywood Might Be Responsible For Nigeria’s Rampant Money Ritual Killings – Opinion

Nollywood is the continent’s biggest movie industry with thousands of movies to its name, but the industry has faced recent backlash from social media users with the recent money ritual killings (Yahoo yahoo) orchestrated by young boys as young as 10-year-old in the name of getting rich.

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Davidson Nicol: The First African Graduate With First Class Honors From The University Of Cambridge

Davidson Sylvester Hector Willoughby Nicol was a Sierra Leonean academic, professor, historian, diplomat, physician, writer and poet. Within his illustrious lifetime, his dedication and passionate…

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Fourah Bay College Students’ Union Government gives a “ridiculously supernatural” explanation on uncovered bank shares – Opinion, Historical Facts, Analysis

The natural survival of the political affairs of the state and its potential benefits ultimately lies in the hands of young people. Therefore, speaking the truth and handling positions of trust in apt diligence and sincerity, is one test that young people must recover.

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