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5 Bright Colours That Look Good on Dark Skin

5 Bright Colours That Look Good on Dark Skin

There are numerous vibrant colors that women with black skin can wear happily every moment, every day. Colours in society unintentionally play many roles. It has the ability to evoke feelings and trigger certain reactions. Colours can even go as far as communicating a concept unconsciously. Bright colors on women with black skin are pure […]

Forgive and Let God do The Rest

Forgive and Let God do The Rest

Some people like to say, “I can forgive, but I cannot forget.” Have you heard that before? Now, in the first place, nowhere in the Bible does God tell you to forgive and then to forget. It is not in the Bible! The devil is adding something here to make the whole thing burdensome. God […]

G20 Says It Will Strive For Fair Global Access To COVID-19 vaccine

G20 Says It Will Strive For Fair Global Access To COVID-19 vaccine

Leaders of the 20 biggest economies vowed on Sunday to spare no effort to supply COVID-19 drugs, tests and vaccines affordably and fairly to “all people”, reflecting worries that the pandemic could deepen divisions between the world’s rich and poor. The pandemic and prospects of an uneven and uncertain economic recovery were at the centre […]

Yeli Monique Kam The Only Woman Candidate For BurkinaFaso Presidency

Yeli Monique Kam The Only Woman Candidate For BurkinaFaso Presidency

Yeli Monique Kam, the only woman among the 12 candidates challenging Burkina Faso’s President Roch Marc Kabore in elections on Sunday, did not set out to create her own political party. But when the male-led parties she has worked with for the last decade refused repeatedly to pick her as a parliamentary candidate, she felt […]

Drug Abuse

Drug Abuse

We have almost seen it all, we even never thought we have. #StopAbusingWomen, #StopAbusingMe and a lot of hashtags have been trends awash on the social media space. And this is due to the heart-rending reports of cases of rape and sexual abuse occurring in different parts of the country and the world as a […]

Marriage Is Not The End

Marriage Is Not The End

This one is for my about-to-wed or already married ladies. Please try to pay attention to every word and line. To the main question; Is marriage the end? Is it the end of your life and even your dreams? I’m sure while growing up, you had a lot of people who asked you what you […]

UK Companies Seen Missing Sustainability Targets Due To COVID-19

UK Companies Seen Missing Sustainability Targets Due To COVID-19

About two thirds of British companies expect to miss at least one of their sustainability targets as the coronavirus pandemic forces many to focus on staying afloat, a survey of 500 senior business leaders showed on Friday. While seven in 10 said their firms had put climate or sustainability initiatives on hold, many thought a […]

South Sudan, Chad Ranked the Worst Nations to Be a Girl in Africa

South Sudan, Chad Ranked the Worst Nations to Be a Girl in Africa

Coronavirus pandemic set to reverse fragile gains on gender equality in Africa South Sudan, Chad and Eritrea are the worst African countries to be a girl, a first-of-its-kind index found on Friday, with researchers warning that the pandemic could set back efforts to keep girls in school, out of work and safe from violence. The […]

UNICEF Says To Ship 2 Billion COVID-19 Vaccines To Poor Nations In 2021

UNICEF Says To Ship 2 Billion COVID-19 Vaccines To Poor Nations In 2021

 Nearly 2 billion doses of COVID-19 vaccines will be shipped and flown to developing countries next year in a “mammoth operation”, the U.N. children’s agency UNICEF said on Monday, as world leaders vowed to ensure the fair distribution of vaccines. UNICEF said it was working with over 350 airlines and freight companies to deliver vaccines […]

40,000 Young People In Nigeria To Benefit From Young Africa Works-IITA Project Training Program

40,000 Young People In Nigeria To Benefit From Young Africa Works-IITA Project Training Program

 In May this year, the International Institute of Tropical Agriculture (IITA) partnered with the Mastercard Foundation to start the Young Africa Works-IITA Project. This project was developed in consultation with young people, policymakers, educators, and entrepreneurs as part of the Mastercard Foundation’s strategy to enable 30 million young people in Africa to access dignified and […]

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