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Bill Gates Spotted At Dangote’s Daughter Wedding (PHOTOS)

Billionaire businessman, Bill Gates is presently in Nigeria and he was among the guests present at his Billionaire friend, Aliko Dangote’s daughter’s wedding which saw Lagos come to a stand still. Present at the event included top dignitaries and it was quite surprising that the Microsoft magnate didn’t dress up in the traditional attire like the rest of the other guests present at …

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Bollywood’s ‘first female superstar’ Sridevi Kapoor dies, aged 54

Bollywood is paying tribute to Sridevi, one of the Indian film industry’s most popular actresses, who died suddenly Saturday at 54. Citing family sources, the Press Trust of India reported Sridevi died after suffering cardiac arrest in Dubai, the United Arab Emirates, where she was attending a family wedding. Bollywood greats and Indian political elites authored a flood of tributes …

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US Televangelist Billy Graham Dies At 99

US evangelist Billy Graham – one of the most influential preachers of the 20th Century – has died aged 99. Graham became one of the best-known promoters of Christianity, preaching to audiences worldwide in large arenas, beginning in London in 1954. He died at his home in Montreat, North Carolina, a spokesman for the Billy Graham Evangelistic Association said. In …

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Mark Zuckerberg Has Already Made $4Billion In 2018 – Bloomberg

Its just 10-days into the new year and according to Bloomberg‘s billionaires’ list, Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg has already made $4 Billion. The report says, ‘major market indices are up 2% year-to-date, continuing the major stock gains of last year. Among those profiting from the continued stock surge is Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg. The 33-year-old has earned $4.16 billion since 2018 began, with company shares climbing …

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Breaking: George Oppong Weah Is New President Of Liberia

Former AC Milan star George Oppong Weah has made history after emerging victorious in the presidential election in Liberia to become the first former footballer to become the president of a country in Africa. Weah shot himself in the lead, trouncing his opponent with a landslide victory in Tuesday’s second round of voting. Despite the world waiting for the official …

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Protesters Turn Out In San Francisco Despite Cancelled Rally

Hundreds of counter-protesters gathered near a barricaded San Francisco park Saturday despite the cancellation of a free-speech rally that city leaders feared could draw right-wing extremists. The planned gathering by Patriot Prayer had been the centrepiece of a weekend of protests in the Bay Area that had raised concern among police and elected officials two weeks after right-wing activists, including …

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Thousands march across the US for LGBTQ pride – and against Donald Trump

This year’s Pride parades are more than just a symbol of support for the LGBT community: They are centres of opposition to President Donald Trump. In Washington DC, hundreds marched in an inaugural “Equality March for Unity and Pride”. The march drew inspiration from the hugely popular Women’s March, organised in protest of Mr Trump’s inauguration. Dozens of cities across …

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See what this man is doing in this video: the talent will amaze you

Africa has several talents, technologies and potentials but hidden in the dark covered with ignorance and self low esteem. This has kept Africa in the bottom of development for ages. If Africans can invest their time in thinking of how to improve and use what they have in a to better their lives and that of the next generations to …

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How Will Modi Make his Mark in Africa?

It may have taken India’s government a long time to notice, but optimistic forecasts on Africa’s economic growth may finally be pushing Prime Minister Narendra Modi to try to pinch away at the daunting gap of Chinese investment on the continent, where trade between both nations has ballooned to valued figures over $200 Billion USD. By comparison, Indian trade with …

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