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Nigeria Will Become 3rd Most Populous Country By 2050 – According to UN Report

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Nigeria is projected to be the world’s third most populous country by the year 2050, according to a report released by the UN Department of Economic and Social Affairs. Check also: Top 5 African Countries Where Slavery Is Still Uncontrolled The report, titled ‘World Population Prospects: The 2017 Revision’, said with such development, Nigeria would overtake the United States in terms ...

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How Uganda Refugee Summit Managed To Raise U.S.$358 Million

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The Refugee Solidarity Summit in Kampala has raised $358.2 million in pledges towards support of refugees in Uganda. The money raised in pledges is way below the $2 billion that the government of Uganda had hoped to raise from the summit hosted by President Yoweri Museveni and attended by UN Secretary General Antonio Guterres. Check also: Uganda Deserves World Support For ...

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4 Arab Countries Told Qatar To Close Al Jazeera For These Surprising Reasons

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Four Arab states that have boycotted Qatar have handed the country a list of 13 demands, including some likely to infuriate Doha and exacerbate the region’s worst crisis in decades. Check also: The Teenager Who Was Arrested For Building A Clock Is Set To Move To Qatar Saudi Arabia, the United Arab Emirates, Bahrain and Egypt sent Qatar the list which ...

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Magufuli’s Pregnant School Girl Ban Angers Tanzanians


Tanzania’s President John Magufuli has been condemned for comments that girls who give birth should not be allowed to return to school. Check also: This Is What Tanzanian Government Is Doing To Protect Its People From Ebola An online petition has been set up and a pan-African women’s organisation is mobilising to get the president to apologise and reverse his comments. Mr ...

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Uganda Deserves World Support For Its Hospitality And Humanity Towards Refugees

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One Ugandan farmer has donated half his land to refugees who have fled South Sudan so they can grow crops.  Imagine this: A refugee flees unspeakable violence and finds herself in a peaceful village where, not only is she welcomed, but the local farmer offers her half his land to farm. Dreamland? Check also: Peace Calling In South Sudan Through Video ...

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