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14 Sep
Citing the prevailing economic conditions and unfavourable regulatory frameworks, analysts at the financial, business and economic information hub, Proshareng, have warned the nation of an impending food crisis.
1 Aug
Though Federal and State governments and various agencies have so far managed the COVID-19 outbreak in Nigeria with a view to minimising its adverse effects on lives and livelihoods...
13 Apr 2020
The forced coronavirus lockdown going on in many countries has affected the daily lives and businesses of many people across the globe. Kiambu County in Kenya is not any different as there has been a closure of bars countrywide in response to the coronavirus pandemic. It appears the lockdown is hitting hard on party lovers…
Shatta Wale
8 Apr 2020
Ghanaian musician, Shatta Wale in an interview with 4 Style TV has condemned pastors collecting tithes and offerings online during the coronavirus pandemic. According to the singer, such pastors are not concerned about the salvation and welfare of their congregation but care about money instead. He said; “We are in a period where I don’t…

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