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Elvis Adjetey

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Elvis Adjetey is an experienced African journalist who has worked with top media brands in Ghana where he is based.

Ghana’s plan to reclassify popular forest reserve sparks concerns

More than fifteen Civil Society Organization (CSOs) promoting environmental management are fiercely resisting moves by the government to reclassify the Achimota forest reserve for...

Zambia: Anger as embassies fly gay pride flags

The Swedish and Finnish embassies in Zambia have incurred the wrath of some Zambains after raising the rainbow flag on the premises. The flag which...

Mali pulls out of West African military force

The military government of Mali has withdrawn from a multinational military force fighting Islamist militants in the West Africa's Sahel region. The West African state...

Nigeria: Anger and riots over the killing of a female student

There is outrage over the killing of a female Nigerian student over her social media post. The level 200 university student was allegedly beaten and...

Ghana’s inflation rises to highest level in 18 years

Ghana’s inflation rate has risen to the highest level in more than 18 years in April. Inflation for the month rose to 23.6% from...

African Asylum seekers in the UK go into hiding

Some asylum seekers in the UK have reportedly gone into hiding to prevent their planned repatriation. Aid agencies say several asylum seekers in Britain are...

Zimbabwe: Elephants kill 60 people in five months

At least 60 people have been killed by elephants in Zimbabwe this year. Government spokesperson Nick Mangwana who took to twitter to make an announcement described...

8 feared dead after Chinese vessel sinks in Ghana waters

At least 8 people are feared dead as the Ghana Navy ended its search for survivors on a Chinese vessel that sunk in Ghana's Western...

Burkina Faso: Operation to rescue trapped miners suffers setbacks

An operation to rescue some eight miners who have been trapped underground in Burkina Faso has suffered some setbacks. The miners have been trapped underground for...

110 victims of refinery explosion in Nigeria buried

Nigerian officials have carried out a mass burial for the 110 people who died from the illegal refinery explosion in southeast Nigeria. Some 70 people...

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