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Tribute to DJ AVICII

Tribute to DJ AVICII

Some music lovers would tell you that music is insignificant or incomplete, without Disk Jockeys (DJs). Throughout the music advancement, DJs like David Guetta, DJ Marshmallow, Calvin Harris and Swedish House Mafia, have become fundamental subjects on the rhythmic scene, raising the bar by playing recorded popular On the 20th April 2018, the world woke up to the sad news of the demise of the 28 year old Grammy-nominated electronic dance DJ, Avicii. Tim Bergling, better known by his stage name Avicii was an international pop star, performing his well-known electronic dance...
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Al-Bashir Case: ICC Appeals Chamber confirms Jordan’s non-cooperation but reverses the decision referring it to the ASP and UNSC

Al-Bashir Case: ICC Appeals Chamber confirms Jordan’s non-cooperation but reverses the decision referring it to the ASP and UNSC

Today, 6 May 2019, in the appeal brought by the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan (“Jordan”), the Appeals Chamber of the International Criminal Court (“ICC” or “Court”) decided unanimously to confirm the decision of ICC Pre-Trial Chamber II (“Pre-Trial Chamber”), to the extent that it found that Jordan, a State Party to the ICC Rome Statute since 2002, had failed to comply with its obligations by not arresting Mr Omar Al-Bashir (at all material times the President of the Republic of the Sudan (“Sudan”)) and surrendering him to the ICC while...
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2019 FIBA W’Cup: Nigeria to play Canada, Dominican Republic friendlies

2019 FIBA W’Cup: Nigeria to play Canada, Dominican Republic friendlies

The Nigeria Basketball Federation has confirmed multiple grade A friendlies for D’Tigers against Dominican Republic and Canada ahead of the World Cup, Extrasportsnigeria.com. D’Tigers two legged encounter against Dominican Republic will take place in Santo Domingo between July 19th and 25th before playing Canada in Quebec and Ontario between August 5th and 11th. According to arrangements put in place for the team, D’Tigers will open camp in the United States of America before moving to Canada. Lagos, Nigeria will be venue of the final phase of preparation with the NBBF...
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Ebola virus and its Challenges in 2019

Ebola virus and its Challenges in 2019

A story had it that a man was seriously ill for weeks and all treatments seemed not to produce any effective results. After many trials and errors, the man and his wife went for an elaborate test, which eventually revealed the unexpected bad news. Afraid to break the shocking news to the man, the doctor called his wife aside and broke the news. “God is wonderful. He has done it again for me.” The woman shouted, dancing. Confused, the doctor had to repeat the result of the test to her,...
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Kenya: Leaving a house on fire to burn down while busy chasing a rat

Kenya: Leaving a house on fire to burn down while busy chasing a rat

I beg to be blunt with my stand, but sadly, the truth must be told. Obviously, the West succeeds in imposing their will on Africa simply because the Western governments strongly believe African leaders have a mindset different from that of the Western leaders. Yes, in most cases, the West is convinced they can get away with their inglorious acts in Africa due, largely to, just a simple reason: that African leaders seem to care less about their subjects than the leaders’ personal aggrandizement, and other less relevant issues, which...
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Al Bashir case: ICC Appeals Chamber to deliver its Judgment on Jordan’s appeal on 6 May 2019

Al Bashir case: ICC Appeals Chamber to deliver its Judgment on Jordan’s appeal on 6 May 2019

On 6 May 2019 at 9:30 a.m. (The Hague local time), the Appeals Chamber of the International Criminal Court (“ICC” or “the Court”) will deliver its judgment on the appeal by the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan against Pre-Trial Chamber II’s decision of 11 December 2017 in the Al Bashir case. The appeal arose from the decision of ICC Pre-Trial Chamber II, which found that Jordan, a State Party to the ICC Rome Statute since 2002, failed to comply with its obligations under the Statute by not executing the Court’s request for the...
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Creating Indigenous Knowledge of Africa for Africans

Creating Indigenous Knowledge of Africa for Africans

For Africa and other so-called third world countries to progress, they must tell their own stories based on their indigenous knowledge and experience. Africans must create their own knowledge based on their own realities. You cannot develop people; people must develop themselves based on what they are used to. You cannot import and impose knowledge on a people; the people must develop from their own knowledge and experience, which must fit into the environment, where they live and where the knowledge is needed. In most cases, one of the major...
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European Edition Vol. 6 Issue 21

European Edition Vol. 6 Issue 21

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Chinese trader awarded traditional Nigerian title

Chinese trader awarded traditional Nigerian title

For those who believe the Chinese are clearly, having a major influence in Africa, hold your breath and think twice. The word influence is more than an understatement. Clearly, the Chinese are becoming part of Africa indeed. Recently, a prominent Chinese businessman Mike Zhang has been awarded a traditional title in the northing city of Kano, Nigeria, in recognition of the Chinese business relationship with Nigeria. Mr Zhang was appointed as “Wakilin ‘Yan China” meaning, ‘the leader of the Chinese community,’ by the Emir of Kano Muhammadu Sanusi. With the...
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Sudan’s mayhem: Teacher, don’t teach me nonsense

Sudan’s mayhem: Teacher, don’t teach me nonsense

Imagine you were a teacher who taught what you did not practice. Envisage you did not lead by example as a teacher. What would you expect your students to learn from you? Have you ever heard of one pointing an accusing finger at someone else while the rest of the accuser’s fingers are ironically pointing at him/her? Human beings can be a bunch of hypocrites and sycophants, who would rather have no qualms trying to remove the log in someone’s eye while they have an elephant taking a siesta inside...
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