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Uganda, Kenya, Eritrea and Rwanda Given New World Bank Director

Felipe Jaramillo world bank

The world bank has officially appointed Jaramillo Felipe as their new regional director for Uganda, Kenya, Eritrea and Rwanda, effective 1st June 2018, according to Capital FM. Check also: Uganda Could Get Rich On Oil, According To WB Felipe is an extrovert Senior Director of the World Bank Group’s Trade, Macroeconomics and investment Global Practice ( MTI ) where he headed ...

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Over 400,000 People Are In Modern Slavery In United States – Report

modern slavery

In 2016, people living in slavery hit over 40 million around the world, including 400,000 in United States, according to 2018 Global Slavery Index which was awarded formerly at the United States by a Global organization tackling modern slavery known as Walk Free Foundation. Check also: Reasons Why United States Is Extremely Loved- 2018 The United States is also number one ...

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President Donald Trump Invites Putin To White House

Donald Trump, The US President Invites Vladimir Putin To White House

While on twitter, the US White House press secretary, Sarah Sanders stressed a point that His exellency President, Donald Trump was positive about the ongoing working conversation between the two security council staffs at the Monday’s summit between the two leaders, Putin and Trump in Helsinki. Check also: Forbes Ranked Vladimir Putin As World’s Most Powerful Person-2015 Sarah Sanders further more ...

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Dangote Still At The Top As Richest Man In Africa

billionaires and richest Aliko Dangote on poverty

Although closely $2 billion drop in his fortune,the founder and CEO of Dangote Group, Aliko Dangote still remains the richest man on the African continent with the net worth of $12.4 billion. Check also: Amazon’s Jeff  Bezos Beats Out Bill Gates To Become World’s wealthiest Person Currently, he’s 100th position, according to Forbes Billionaires list which also included Jeff Bezos, the ...

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