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Thursday, December 13, 2018

West African News

Barter market still alive and thriving in Togo

Alohou Papa stands in the middle of the bustling market in Togoville...

George Weah orders officials in his cabinet to declare assets

Liberian President George Weah has ordered those officials who are yet to...

Court in France rule to extradite Compaore to Burkina over journalist murder

A French court on Wednesday approved the extradition of the brother of...

How to win an election in Southeast Nigeria: A handbook for newcomers

By Anayo M. NwosuThere are many young people...

Nigeria loses $6bn from ‘corrupt’ oil deal

A court in Milan is considering charges of corruption against Eni and...

Southern African News

France arrests Central Africa Republic war crimes suspect

French authorities have arrested a man suspected of committing war crimes in the Central African Republic and he will face extradition...

North & East African News

Congo police fire in the air to disperse opposition supporters

Police in Democratic Republic of Congo fired teargas and live bullets for a second day on Wednesday to disperse supporters of...

Sports

Morocco not interested hosting in 2019 AFCON

Morocco will not be a candidate to host the 2019 Africa Cup of Nations after Cameroon was stripped of the tournament,...

Business & Finance

Gabon oil union calls off strike at Total facilities

Gabon’s oil workers union said on Wednesday it had called off a strike across all facilities over the layoff of several...

Lifestyle, Health & Entertaiment

Improve your sexual skills or lose your wife

By Anayo M. NwosuNobody wants to acknowledge the reality that many young marriages are crashing due to sexual...

Why polygamy and multiple sex partners should be regulated

By Anayo M. NwosuNearly about three decades ago, I was in a Medical Microbiology class waiting for the...

Egyptian actress charged for wearing see-through dress

An Egyptian actress is set to face trial in January for wearing a see-through dress at the Cairo film festival this...

Facebook and its ‘black people problem’

When it rains, it pours - and Facebook’s utterly sodden year continues to be flooded by accusations of bad governance.