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AFRICAN HERO – KALUSHA BWALYA

Taking the spotlight in this edition of African Hero, is former Zambian footballer, Kalusha Bwalya, one of Africa’s greatest footballers. The former superstar player is Zambia’s eight-most capped player and third on the list of all time-top goal scorers behind…

NATIONAL HOT SAUCE DAY VOXPOP

Some people can’t live without hot sauce, made from chili peppers and other ingredients. Spicy sauce lovers will put it on everything from eggs to sandwiches to steak. National Hot Sauce Day, on January 22, is an excellent opportunity to…

MOTIVATION WITH AGGIE – AFFIRMATION

No doubt, life’s challenges often get us swamped in pain, frustrations, anxieties, fear, and self-doubts. When this happens, do we allow ourselves to wallow in these negative emotions? No! We get through by speaking powerful uplifting words to ourselves. Words…

WOMAN OF THE DAY – FATIMA LOLO

Our Woman of The Day is a platform where we acknowledge great African women who have been instrumental in shaping African society and are a vital force for development in the continent. This edition features, Fatima Lolo, a Nigerian singer,…

AFRICAN HERO – JOHN EVANS ATTA MILLS

This edition of African Hero spotlights John Evans Fiifi Atta Mills, a Ghanaian politician and legal scholar who served as President of Ghana from 2009 until his death in 2012. He was inaugurated on 7 January 2009, having defeated the…

BOOK REVIEW – HOMEGOING

In this Book Review edition, we will analyze Yaa Gyasi’s debut novel “Homegoing” which traces the divergent paths of two half-sisters and their descendants. “Homegoing” explores the enduring impact of slavery on the lives of its characters, weaving a narrative…

COMMUNITY REPORT – KUMBWADA

Our community report today takes us to Kumbwada Village, a Community in Niger State, North Central Nigeria, which is traditionally a male-dominated society only ruled by women. A predominantly Gbagyi-speaking people, the people of Kumbwada, have been ruled by women…