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After Initial Threat, Governor Nyesom Wike Bows To Pressure, Joins #ENDSARS Protesters

Information reaching Wakeupafrica360 from our correspondent in Nigeria has it that in recent week the country has faced unrest following the massive protest all over the country to end SARS and all forms of police brutality. From cities like Lagos, Enugu and now Port Harcourt, the protest doesn’t look like it will stop in any time soon. The Governor of

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Okada Ban in Lagos: Plight on Commercial Operators

The 1st of February 2020 saw the ban restricting all form of motorcycles and tricycles (excluding those used for delivery services) in key commercial and residential areas of the state by the Lagos State government come to action. Though well-intentioned, the timing and blanket nature of this ban have left much to be desired. Reasons Given by the Government One

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Kaduna Bomber Arrest: A Christian Version of Boko Haram Exist (MURIC)

Speculations have been raised as to whether there is a Christian version of the dreaded terrorist group Boko Haram operating mainly in the Northeastern part of the country. This arose following the arrest of a suspected bomber at a Living Faith Church on Sunday February 2 in Sabo Tasha in Chukun Area of Kaduna State. The suspect by name Nathaniel

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Buhari’s Resignation Saga: The Stand of the Northern Leader

The call for President Buhari’s resignation is unpatriotic and Nigerians should unite in the fight against insecurity. This came from the northern leaders under the umbrella of the Arewa Consultative Forum when they showed their total support for President Buhari and his security chiefs following the recent criticism of the government in relation to the growing insecurity in the country.

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Fulani people of Western Africa

The Fulani tribe also called fulbe or peuls are a group of people living in West Africa who are among the tribe mostly found all around Africa with their culture being diverse. They can be found in countries like Senegal, Nigeria, Benin Republic,Guinea, Mali, Gambia, Ivory Coast, Cameroon, Togo, Sierra Leone, Liberia, Niger, Ghana, Sudan etc. The Fulani tribe are

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The forgotten groundnut pyramid of Northern Nigeria

Nigeria is one of the main producers of groundnut. It produces 41% of the total groundnut production in West Africa. The groundnut pyramids used to be noticeable in city of Kano State (Northern Nigeria) and proudly pointed out to visitors. The huge piles of sacks of groundnut that tapered to a point higher than most of the buildings, were a

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Effect of Border closure in the Nigeria-Ghana relationship

Nigeria to some extent closed border with Benin to avoid smuggling of rice. But despite the fact that the Nigerian authorities has made it clear to the Ghanaians that the Ghanaians were not the reason for closing the border, but to reduce the amount of illegalities going on in the country between Nigeria and Benin border. Ghanaian business has been

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THE KUNYAZA: THE SENSUAL RWANDAN TRADITION WHICH GUARANTEES EXPLOSIVE FEMALE ORGASMS

The Legend of the Flowing Waters The third royal family of the Rwandan royal lineage before colonization saw the king going to war and leaving the queen’s bed lonely and without action. She then has to seek pleasure from a guard named Kamagere. The guard in the queen’s quarters found himself not living up to expectation, trembling and missing the

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ACROSS AFRICA, TOURISM IS BOOMING

Owing to the cheap and easy travel to Africa, the continent has now become the world’s second fastest growing tourist industry and the government driving the tourism business through new initiatives. In 2018, tourism and travel were paramount to the continent’s economy accounting for almost 8.1% of GDP and equally contributing $194.2 billion to the region’s economy. The tourism industry

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The Almond Industry in Africa

The almond is a specie of tree native to the Mediterranean climate of the Middle East but it is widely cultivated in several other nations. With loads of health benefits that come from almond including vitamins, minerals, fiber, protein amongst others, it is a tree of utmost important. In both developing and developed world, the demand for this fruit has

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