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Kigali Rwanda; African Union launches the common passport

Kigali Rwanda; African Union has launched the new united passport for the citizens of 27 African countries and now they can travel in all 27 countries without a visa and additional passports. According to the news, the African union has finally issued the passports of AU and the first two copies have been issued in the joint session of African Union Assembly in Kigali the capital of Rwanda. The President of the African Union Commission, Dr Dlamini-Zuma issued the first two copies of the passport of the African Union to Chairperson of the AU and Chadian president, Idris Deby...

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Bill Gates to invest 5 billion dollars in Africa

Bill Gates, the Microsoft co-founder and philanthropist announced that his foundation will invest an additional $5 billion in Africa over the coming five years. Bill Gates made the statement in South Africa where he addressed at the yearly Nelson Mandela Lecture. The occasion leads the tribute of Mandela’s birthday on July 18 when South Africans are motivated to spend 67 minutes of their time to help out others. Talking to the media after the lecture, Gates said his latest investment would focus on health programs. “Our foundation is here involved in the areas that we focus in, so we...

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Actor Leo Mezie is reportedly down with Kidney failure

News of the actor ailment is coming barely a month after popular music producer, OJB Jezreel died from a similar ailment. The actor, Leonard, who is now a shadow of his handsome self needs N10 million to undergo a kidney transplant. He shared his account details (MEZIE LEONARD, GTBANK, 0125346916) and welcomed contributions towards his ailment. Another Nollywood actor is dying from a dreaded ailment that has claimed the lives of several Nigerian entertainers. This time, its Nollywood actor, Leo Mezie who is down suffering from a kidney related ailment. Mezie became popular after his role in the 2003...

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Queen Elizabeth II’s 12 prime ministers

During her 64-year reign, Queen Elizabeth II has been served by 12 prime ministers. Many relationships were formed — from Winston Churchill, to “Iron Lady” Margaret Thatcher — and some proved more difficult than others. While most of their political and personal conversations are kept strictly confidential, memoirs and historic interactions provide an insight into their relationships. So as Theresa May becomes Britain’s next Prime Minister — and Her Majesty’s 13th — take a look back at those who have served her. WINSTON CHURCHILL 1951-1955 The Queen was said to be in awe of her first prime minister, Winston...

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Messi relaxes on summer holiday in Ibiza

Lionel Messi has taken some time out to enjoy a holiday in Ibiza following missing out on the Copa America title with Argentina. The 29-year-old looked relaxed as he took a sip of a drink on a yacht in Formentara where he is taking a break with wife Antonella Roccuzzo and his...

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