NIGERIA’S MIKEL OBI RETIRES FROM FOOTBALL AT AGE 35

NIGERIA’S MIKEL OBI RETIRES FROM FOOTBALL AT AGE 35

Ekeomah Atuonwu John Mikel Obi, a former captain of the Super Eagles of Nigeria and a legend at Chelsea, has declared his retirement from the game. Obi, who had a very successful career at both the club and international levels, announced his retirement on Tuesday, September 27, 2022, via his official Instagram account. “There is a saying […]

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 SOUTH AFRICAN TEENAGERS INVENT SOLAR TRAIN

SOUTH AFRICAN TEENAGERS INVENT SOLAR TRAIN

Ekeomah Atuonwu Students in a township in South Africa 🇿🇦 have witnessed their parents’ struggles for years as they attempted to commute daily by train, which was sometimes hampered by cable thefts and power shortages. Twenty students created South Africa’s first entirely solar-powered train in response to the emergency. The angular blue and white test […]

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 CHINA: SCIENTISTS CREATE A VIRUS-DETECTING FACE MASK

CHINA: SCIENTISTS CREATE A VIRUS-DETECTING FACE MASK

Ekeomah Atuonwu Ekeomah Atuonwu A group of Chinese scientists have developed a face mask that, after just ten minutes of speaking with an infected person, can detect viral exposure. The respiratory microorganisms that led to COVID-19 and influenza spread via microscopic droplets and aerosols expelled by infected individuals when coughing, sneezing, and talking. Researchers from […]

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 FIRST LADY OF NIGERIA CRITICIZED FOR FACEBOOK POST

FIRST LADY OF NIGERIA CRITICIZED FOR FACEBOOK POST

Ekeomah Atuonwu On Tuesday, some Nigerians referred to a Facebook post by Aisha Buhari, the wife of the president of Nigeria, honoring her daughter-in-law’s graduation from a British institution, as “insensitive” and have criticised her for the update. Additionally, they requested Mrs. Buhari to apologize to the millions of Nigerian students who are still stranded […]

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 10 MOST VISITED COUNTRIES IN AFRICA (1)

10 MOST VISITED COUNTRIES IN AFRICA (1)

Ekeomah Atuonwu Africa is the world’s second-largest continent and is home to some of the world’s most beautiful attractions. Its 54 mainland and island countries each have their own history, heritage, and culture, which adds to the fascination of traveling across the continent. Curious travelers are rewarded with a rich history of African culture, including […]

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 GHANA ANNOUNCES END OF MABURG VIRUS OUTBREAK

GHANA ANNOUNCES END OF MABURG VIRUS OUTBREAK

Ekeomah Atuonwu The Marburg virus disease is not present in Ghana, according to the Ghana Health Service (GHS). This comes after the sole survivor among those who acquired the illness was successfully released from the hospital. At a news conference on Friday, September 16, Dr. Patrick Kuma-Aboagye, director general of the Ghana Health Service, made the […]

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 THE ASMAT TRIBE: A PEOPLE KNOWN FOR CANNIBALISM

THE ASMAT TRIBE: A PEOPLE KNOWN FOR CANNIBALISM

Ekeomah Atuonwu The Asmat people live in Indonesia’s Papua province, which includes New Guinea. The Asmat call themselves Asmat-ow, which means real people, despite the fact that the meaning of the term Asmat is sometimes disputed. Some think it means man from tree, while her neighbors, the Mimika, claim the name means man-eater. The Asmat tribe is the most well-known cannibalistic tribe in the world, […]

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 TWO DEATHS AFTER COVID VACCINATION IN SOUTH AFRICA

TWO DEATHS AFTER COVID VACCINATION IN SOUTH AFRICA

Ekeomah Atuonwu The Johnson & Johnson COVID vaccine has been linked to two fatal occurrences of the rare Guillain-Barre syndrome, according to South Africa’s regulatory body for pharmaceuticals. The first instance was submitted to the South African Health Products Regulatory Authority (SAHPRA) in August, and the second case was reported on Monday. SAHPRA, citing the […]

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