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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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Dr Penelope Adinku
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INSPIRING! Meet Dr. Penelope Adinku: The First Female Cardiothoracic Surgeon in Ghana And The First Ghanaian Female Doctor To Perform An Open-Heart Surgery

Women like Dr Penelope Adinku, who has now become the first-ever female cardiothoracic surgeon in Ghana should be celebrated.

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Audrey Maame Esi Swatson
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Meet 25-year-old Audrey Maame Esi Swatson: Ghana’s Youngest Female Commercial Pilot

Audrey Maame Esi Swatson, 25, is Ghana’s youngest commercial pilot and one of the youngest in the world. Audrey began chasing her dream of flying when she was 18 years old.

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Ruth Ama Gyan-Darkwa
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Meet Ruth Ama Gyan-Darkwa: The Youngest Person Ever To Graduate From Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology and Currently The Youngest University Graduate In Ghana At Age 17

In 2021, Ruth Ama Gyan-Darkwa, now 18, became the youngest university graduate in Ghana at the age of 17, having graduated from one of Ghana’s best universities, Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology with a degree in Mathematics

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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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Anna Qabale
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Meet Anna Qabale: The Kenyan Nurse Who Won the First Aster Guardians Global Nursing Award Worth $250,000

Anna Qabale Duba is a young Kenyan nurse who recently made history by becoming the first recipient of the Aster Guardian Global Nursing Award. She stood out among 24,000 applicants because of her tireless efforts to promote education, raise awareness about menstrual hygiene, and endless campaigns against outdated cultural practices such as Female Genital Mutilation (FGM) in her community.

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Honest Taxi Driver
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Video: Honest Taxi Driver Returns 14 Million Leones To The Rightful Owner

As difficult as things are right now, it would be very hard for the average man to be honest and live a truthful and honest life. But for this taxi driver, even though things are difficult and the country’s economy is in ICU, he doesn’t let money control him and bring out the bad in him. Rather, he showed us that not all eggs are bad eggs. 

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Mary Susan Malahele-Xakana
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Mary Susan Malahele-Xakana: The first Black Female Medical Doctor in South Africa

Born in Polokwane, Limpopo, on 2 May 1916, Mary Susan Malahele-Xakana defied all odds and became the first female doctor in South Africa in 1947.

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Anthony Mutua
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Meet Anthony Mutua, the Tech guru behind the Shoe that Charges Mobile Phones

Anthony Mutua is a young Kenyan Electrical Engineer, innovator, design expert, entrepreneur, and the brain behind the shoe that charges mobile phones.

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Julius Mwale
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Julius Mwale: From walking barefoot to becoming a billionaire in the United States

Julius Mwale was born in Lunza village in Butere, Kakamega County, Western Kenya, in 1976. His parents were business owners who died when he was young. Mwale revealed that his childhood was not pleasant and that he even went to school barefoot.

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16-year-old Ethiopian High School Student
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16-year-old Ethiopian High School Student Has Assembled His Own Rocket Called ETRS1K

A 16-year-old Ethiopian High School Student is trending on social medial platforms after photos of him and his self-assembled rocket surfaced. The 16-year-old Ethiopian High School Student is being lauded for single-handedly designing and assembling two mini rockets.

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Meet Sibusiso Mogale: The South African Farmer Living With Disability

After a successful career as a swimmer, Sibusiso Mogale (30), a South African farmer living with disability, has ventured into farming and urges people living with disabilities to follow their dreams just like he has.

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Amalu Chikamso
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Amalu Chikamso: The young Nigerian man building sports cars using scraps from dustbins

A young Nigerian man called Amalu Chikamso built a sports car using scraps from dustbins. His invention has gone viral, attracting several reactions.

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How Caritas Sierra Leone enlivens the life of 16-year-old Ebola Orphan Mamusu Dumbuya who lost 21 of her family members to Ebola

Mamusu Dumbuya, a school-going pupil at that time, was 16 years old when she lost 21 of her family members to the Ebola epidemic including her parents and was left with three young kids to take care of; her biological younger brother, cousin, and adopted sister.

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Kehinde Durojaiye
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Meet Kehinde Durojaiye Alias ‘Kenny jet’: 51-year-old self-taught Nigerian Inventor of ‘aero-amphibious jet car’ that can run on land, sea and in the air

Kehinde Durojaiye, father of four, nicknamed ‘Kenny jet,’ is a 50-year-old self-taught inventor and maker of the ‘aero-amphibious jet car’ that can run on land, sea and in the air using petrol and solar energy.

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Thakgalo Thibela
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Meet Dr. Thakgalo Thibela: The Youngest Active Female Doctor In South Africa At Age 21

In South Africa, a 21-year-old young and brilliant woman named Dr. Thakgalo Thibela has already completed her Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery (MBBCh) degree and is currently practising at the Helen Joseph hospital in Johannesburg making Dr. Thakgalo Thibela the youngest active female doctor in South Africa, according to the spokesperson of The Health Practice Council of South Africa (HPCSA), Priscilla Sekhonyana.

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Meet Kadiatu Barrie: The 22-year-old Taking The African Black Soap To A Different Level And Founder of Kay Natural Black Soap

Kadiatu Barrie is currently a final year student of Njala University, Njala Campus, pursuing a B.Sc. in Agricultural Engineering. She is the founder of Kay Natural, a traditional black soap that does so many wonders on the human skin. She has transformed and re-branded the traditional black soap into a new brand.

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From using her personal savings from NYSC to establishing her own food processing firm: The inspiring story of Chinomso Idam

As a young woman in her mid-twenties, Chinomso Idam is the CEO and Founder of Kocid Global Foods Enterprise, a food processing firm she founded in November 2019 that provides/sells healthy and safe food products like Kocid probiotic yoghurt and Kocid coconut chin-chin, to its customers.

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From A Small Rural Town In Sierra Leone To Becoming A Computer Science Professor At The University of The District of Columbia and The University of Potomac: The Inspiring Story of Professor Mohamed K. Kamara

Professor Mohamed K. Kamara is a Sierra Leonean Professor in Information Technology Security and Assurance and the first Sierra Leonean to develop the Stratford University graduate curriculum in telecommunications. He is the author of three books; The Implications of Internet Usage in Sierra Leone – 2013; The impacts of Cognitive Theory on Human and Computer Science Development – 2016; Securing Critical Infrastructures – 2020. 

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21-Year Old Ghanaian Becomes Ghana’s Youngest Female Commercial Pilot

Maame Esi Swatson is the youngest female commercial pilot in the country of Ghana, having obtained her commercial license at the age of 21.

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A Zimbabwean Man Named Maxwell Chikumbutso Has Invented a TV That Works Without Electricity

“There are no cables attached to it. It is self-powered. What’s noticeable when you look at the back end of the TV rather than the glossy front is that it doesn’t have any cables connected to it,”

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Meet Zora Ball: The Youngest Person To Create Mobile App Video Game

Inventive first grader Zora Ball took technology into her own hands, becoming the youngest person to create a full-version mobile game application. Ball, who attends Harambee Institute of Science and Technology Charter School, located in West Philadelphia, presented her creation at University of Pennsylvania’s “Bootstrap Expo,” TheGrio reported.

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Meet The Black Queens Raising Thousands of Dollars For African and Caribbean Students Fleeing Ukraine

Three Black women have raised more than £50,000 ($60,000) to help Black students flee Ukraine amid Russia’s invasion of Ukraine and racial segregation at the Ukraine borders

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Honest Fourah Bay College Student Returns Tecno Camon 16 Phone to Owner

Bobson Mohamed Alieu, a student of Fourah Bay College has wowed the internet after he returned a Tecno Camon 16 phone to the owner who had forgotten it in a Kekeh.

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Tony Elumelu
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Little-known facts about how Tony Elumelu rose from salesperson to multimillionaire philanthropist

Tony Elumelu is a Nigerian entrepreneur and investor who owns major shares in Transcorp, a publicly traded Nigerian conglomerate with interests in hospitality, agriculture, oil production and power generation.

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How I met Alexander Pemberton: One of the men who helped push my dream and one of the key people behind The African Dream

How I met Alexander Pemberton: One of the men who helped push my dream and one of the key people behind The African Dream.

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Captain Philip: 28-year-old Sierra Leonean Inventor Builds Beautiful Ship From Scrap

Sierra Leonean inventor called Philip l Tangabay, who specializes in building beautiful Kekeh, ships, 3D paper houses from scrap materials wowed the internet. The 28-year-old says he wishes to train young people and become captain someday.

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Nigeria | Beautiful Nigerian Female Police Officer wins boxing championship in London

Mary Yetunde Aina, a young and beautiful Nigerian female police officer has melted the hearts of social media users after winning the World Boxing Foundation (WBF) International Super Bantamweight Belt.

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Alassana Kassama
Posted in Black History Month Inspiring African Stories

Meet Alassana Kassama: The young Gambian lighting Gambian communities

The community watch lens established to identify and motivate young Africans making positive impacts in their communities has found Alassana Kassama, a young Gambian who is changing the stories of people in the Gambia with future plans to extend his good deeds to other African countries.

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Meet Ranya Nirvan: A Sierra Leonean Glass Painting Artist And The Only Glass Painting Artist In Sierra Leone

Ranya Nirvan, initially known as Randa Abess is a Sierra Leonean glass painting artist born and raised in Kenema, the third-largest city in Sierra Leone, and the largest city in the Eastern Province of Sierra Leone. Ranya Nirvan is currently Sierra Leone’s only glass painting artist in Sierra Leone.

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Lati Hyde-Forster
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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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King Nyagua: The Mende King From Sierra Leone Who Defied Orders From British Colonialists, Arrested For Treason And Sent Into Exile

In celebration of Black History Month, we celebrate King Nyagua, who was a wise, friendly and well respected Mende king who defied orders from British colonialists, thus making him one of the few independent kings of his time. 

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Lamina Sankoh: One of the most prominent and fearless political leaders in pre-independence Sierra Leone

In celebration of Black History Month, The African Dream celebrate one of the most inspiring, fearless, and prominent Sierra Leonean heroes in history, Lamina Sankoh — one of the few men that introduced sanity and intellectualism into Sierra Leone politics. A national hero who stood by his conviction that Sierra Leone should be one country, and that its inhabitants should live and work as one; thus the birth of “One Country, One People”.

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Meet Oluwaseyi Adewumi: The Nigerian Woman Who Breaks 59-Year-Old Record at UNILAG, Bagged 11 Scholarships and Awards

A young Nigerian woman identified as Oluwaseyi Adewumi, graduated from the University of Lagos (UNILAG) with a bachelor’s degree, breaking a record of 59 years in the process. 

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21-year-old Nigerian built a sports car that runs on an automatic engine

A 21-year-old Nigerian, Amalu Chikamso, with no college education, has built a sports car that runs on an automatic engine.

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Hadi Usman: The 67-year-old Nigerian man who invented a cooking stove that runs on water

Have you ever seen a cooking stove that runs on water? Or have you heard of a 67-year-old doing the unthinkable? Well, In Gombe State, Northern region of Nigeria, a 67-year-old man named Hadi Usman has done the unthinkable by inventing a cooking stove that runs on water

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Meet Siyabulela Lethuxolo Xuza: A South African engineer that Invented a cheaper and safer rocket fuel recognized by NASA and got a planet named after him

Siyabulela Lethuxolo Xuza was born in Mthatha in 1989. He is a 32-year-old South African energy-engineering expert and entrepreneur with a passion for clean affordable energy. Siyabulela is the founder and managing director of Galactic Energy Ventures, an investment company focused on the energy needs of emerging markets.

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Meet Esther Okade, Nigerian-British born Math Genius Who is a Ph.D. holder in financial mathematics at age 16

Esther Okade, who is born of Nigerian parents is said to have obtained a PhD before she turned 14.

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Record-Breaking Cambridge IGCSE Results: Sierra Leonean-Namibian Melvina Nicol-Wilson Among The Top Performing Student

Melvina Nicol -Wilson – a dual Sierra Leonean and Namibian citizen and student from the top-rated St George’s Diocesan school in Windhoek, Namibia, Southern Africa, has achieved a record-breaking set of results in the Cambridge IGCSE International Assessment Education examinations conducted in November 2021 when the results came out a few days ago

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This Sierra Leonean self-taught engineer made a solar-powered wheelchair for persons with disability

James Momodu Dao Samba, a 20-year-old Sierra Leonean tech-prodigy, and self-taught engineer made a solar-powered wheelchair for persons with disability intending to solve the problems of “unavailable public transportation spaces for the disabled” in his home country of Sierra Leone.

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Remembering Sierra Leone’s Greatest Reggae Musician – Amara Kabba

Nineteen years ago, Sierra Leone’s Reggae legend Amara Kabba was pronounced dead after a swimming incident in Lumley Beach, Freetown. What could have been a short and memorable visit to his homeland after twelve years turned into a tragic and unforgettable moment for his family, fans, and friends.

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Meet Dr. Abdul Karim Bangura: The World’s Most Educated Man With Five PhDs

Dr. Abdul Karim Bangura is a Sierra Leonean author, academic administrator, researcher, and scientist. He is arguably the world’s most educated man. Dr. Abdul Karim Bangura holds a B.A. in International Studies, an M.A. in International Affairs, an M.S. in Linguistics, a Ph.D. in Political Science, a Ph.D. in Development Economics, a Ph.D. in Linguistics, a Ph.D. in Computer Science, and a Ph.D. in Mathematics. Dr. Abdul Karim Bangura has authored and/or edited 35 books and more than 250 scholarly articles. He speaks 16 languages: Temne, Mende, Krio, Fula, Kono, Limba, Sherbro, Kiswahili, Spanish, Italian, French, Arabic, Hebrew, German, and Swedish.

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Zambia’s Mathews Chishinji has developed a web browser called ‘Dall Dall web browser’ in a bid to compete with Google Chrome and others

21-year-old Zambian programmer and software developer, Mathews Chishinji has developed a web browser called the ‘Dall Dall Web’ browser; making him the first Zambian in history to do so.

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Abu Bakarr Jalloh’s African Dream – A Poem by Ella Llewelyn Jones

This poem is dedicated to Abu Bakarr Jalloh, Founder of The African Dream, and it is written by British-Sierra Leonean author and poet Ella Llewelyn Jones.

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Yasuke – The Story of an African Samurai In Japan

In the summer of 1579, a man, built like a wall, dark in complexion with kinky locks and inches taller than the natives, landed on the shores of Japan in the service of a Jesuit missionary-Alessandro Valignano. Though accounts differ on the exact country this mysterious man hailed from, it is certain that he came from Africa. The pool of possible nations of origin include, Mozambique, Ethiopia and Sudan.

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How Kombo Dhikiri Kombo, Founder of Combo Safaris Is Promoting Tourism In Tanzania

Kombo Dhikiri Kombo is a 26-year-old Tanzanian entrepreneur, tour guide, and founder of Combo Safaris, tourism and traveling website that help travelers and tourists with visa application, flights tickets, safari, beach holidays, and cultural heritage visit to Zanzibar, an Island in Tanzania known for its beautiful natural beaches and landscape. 

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Meet 23-year-old Charity Prince Jonas: Founder And CEO Of Kisiwani Taste Natural Food Products

Charity Prince Jonas is a 23-year-old Tanzanian entrepreneur, founder and CEO of Kisiwani Taste Natural Food Products, a brand that deals with producing, packaging, and selling of natural food products like natural juices, porridge corn flour, sour milk, yellow ugali corn flour, and brown ugali corn flour.

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This Two Young Zambians Have Developed A Social Companion Humanoid Robot That Interacts With Humans

Two young Zambians, Obrey Muchena and Edward Phiri, founders of E.O Robotics Zambia, have developed a social companion humanoid robot that can interacts with humans.

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From selling shoes on the streets of Zambia to owning three big clothing stores – How Markford Jere Junior did it?

A young man from Zambia whose story has left social media users astounded after he shared photos of him showing his humble beginnings to where he’s now. The young man identified as Markford Jere Junior said it took him nine years to get to where he is now.

Continue Reading... From selling shoes on the streets of Zambia to owning three big clothing stores – How Markford Jere Junior did it?