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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.

Niger: Fire kills 20 school children trapped in classrooms

At least 20 children have died after fire gutted their classrooms in Niger. The fire started around the entrance of the school, which has a population of...

Benin’s President Talon wins re-election to serve 5 more years

Benin's President Patrice Talon has been re-elected with 86% of the votes, provisional results released by the national electoral commission shows. His closest rival, Allasane...

Twitter office in Ghana sparks anger among Nigerians

Some Nigerians have not been happy with the decision to pick Ghana as host of the Africa headquarters of social media giant Twitter. Making the...

Ghana says ‘stress caused mass fish deaths’ along beaches

Ghanaian officials have sought to give explanation for the cause of deaths of fishes and some dolphins washed ashore during the Easter festivities in...

Sudan declares state of emergency after clashes left 40 dead

A state of emergency has been declared in Sudan's West Darfur state following ethnic clashes that have left at least 40 dead. Over 50 people have...

Kenyans petition IMF not to give the government loans

Kenyans are signing an online petition to ask the International Monetary Fund (IMF) not to give the government any more loans. Through the hashtag #StopLoaningKenya,...

Dead dolphins and fishes washed ashore in Ghana

More than 60 dead dolphins and tonnes of different species of fish have been washed ashore along the coasts of Ghana. In Axim-Bewire in the...

Fulani herdsmen shot in fresh attacks on them in Ghana

Some Fulanis have been shot in a fresh attack on the herdsmen in a village called Komanda in Ghana's Bono East Region. The attack is...

Nigeria: Patients stranded as strike by doctors disrupts health services

Hundreds of patients have been stranded in Nigerian hospitals as a result of an indefinite strike by doctors. The strike follows an ultimatum issued by National Association...

Tanzania’s new president sacks ports boss over $1.8m rot

Tanzania’s new President Samia Suluhu Hassan has suspended the Director-General of the country's ports authority. Deusdedit Kakoko has been suspended after an audit report showed...

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Thousands of expired Covid vaccines to be destroyed in Africa

Several African countries are set to destroy Covid-19 vaccines currently in circular as they have expired this week. The vaccines were donated to these countries...

Niger: Fire kills 20 school children trapped in classrooms

At least 20 children have died after fire gutted their classrooms in Niger. The fire started around the entrance of the school, which has a population of...

Ghanaian actor convicted for posting her nudes online

A popular Ghanaian actor Rosemond Brown known as Akuapem Poloo has been convicted by a court for posting her nudes online. State prosecutors say the...

Sierra Leonean author projects African words with English alphabet

Vickie Remoe is a Sierra Leonean, journalist and activist who recently decided to launch a project to project African words with the English Alphabet. Inspired...

Benin’s President Talon wins re-election to serve 5 more years

Benin's President Patrice Talon has been re-elected with 86% of the votes, provisional results released by the national electoral commission shows. His closest rival, Allasane...
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