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WHO nods the Production of Vaccines in Africa

The World Health Organization (WHO) has announced that six African countries have been granted technology to develop mRNA vaccines to address the continent’s scarcity of Covid-19 vaccines. Egypt, Kenya, Nigeria, Senegal, South Africa and Tunisia have been chosen as the first recipients of technology from the World Health Organization’s global mRNA vaccine hub. The ideaContinue reading “WHO nods the Production of Vaccines in Africa”

Ethiopia’s GERD commissioned

Ethiopia has started generating electricity via its mega dam on the Blue Nile. On Sunday, Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed officiated an event which saw one of the 13 turbines of the Grand Ethiopian Renaissance Dam (GERD) begin power generation. GERD, the largest hydroelectric scheme in Africa, has been at the center of a dispute betweenContinue reading “Ethiopia’s GERD commissioned”

African Conflicts

By John MoonoTrained Diplomat Africa has long been beseeched by conflicts and labelled as a continent with the most number of conflicts. However one thing of note about these conflicts is that they are traced to the period of Colonial Rule. This is due to the fact that Colonial Rule never raised the issued ofContinue reading “African Conflicts”

The Nile River

The Nile River is the largest in the world in terms of territorial extension. Located on the African continent, every society that surrounds it is of extreme importance, being an important item for us to understand the development of ancient civilizations, such as Egypt. The Nile River originates from two large lakes: Lake Victoria inContinue reading “The Nile River”

Why Africa Needs A Big Population to Attain The Dream of Development

Nigeria overtook South Africa in 2014 as the largest economy in Africa. In 2019, Nigeria posted a GDP of $450billion. South Africa is second with a GDP of $360 billion. Although South Africa has the most developed infrastructure and has an impressive industrial and manufacturing complex, Nigeria’s economy earnings are attributed to its large populationContinue reading “Why Africa Needs A Big Population to Attain The Dream of Development”