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September 13, 2019 The Chief Innovation Officer in the Office of the President, Dr David Moinina Sengeh, has engaged President Dr Julius Maada Bio and his entire cabinet on the fourth industrial revolution, also known as 4IR.

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Waiting to live again: Juma Jalloh battles with kidney failure September 12, 2019 By Osman Benk Sankoh When Mighty Blackpool Football Club in Sierra Leone former footballer, Tombo Juice heard about young Juma Jalloh’s football potentials, he immediately got him for trials at the Craig Bellamy Football Academy.

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What can Julius Maada Bio learn from Robert Mugabe? (Final part) September 16, 2019  By Sulaiman Momodu (This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.) Some years ago, I visited Zimbabwe.

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Social Worker testifies... September 13, 2019 By Jariatu S. Bangura Senior Social Services Officer at the Ministry of Social Welfare, Gbangay Kanu, has testified at the Justice Bankole Thompson Commission of Inquiry that he had to apologise to the then Minister (Dr.

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South Africa kept 3.9 million cubic metres of paper out of landfill in 2018 In 2018, South Africa recovered 1.285 million tonnes of recyclable paper products, putting the country’s paper recovery rate at 71.7%.

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The Central Bank of Nigeria has urged financial technology companies, payment service providers and Deposit Money Banks engaged in offering payment solutions to customers to ensure they adhere to policy framework and standards that guide their respective operations in the ecosystem in which they operate.

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A clutch of international media publications recently reported that nearly half of all child deaths in Africa stem from hunger. But the evidence cited doesn’t support this. The post No evidence ‘nearly half of all child deaths in Africa stem from hunger’ appeared first on Africa Check.

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Be careful before you share a video or picture of xenophobic violence in South Africa. Many of them are from unrelated incidents. The post Think before you share! Old, misleading videos said to be of xenophobic violence in SA are going viral appeared first on Africa Check.

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In a news clip from 2017 but which has been heavily viewed, a former deputy police minister made a startling claim. We checked. The post Unproven that Hillbrow, nearby areas are ‘80% foreign national’ as claimed in much-shared video appeared first on Africa Check.

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The murder of a university student in South Africa has led to national soul searching and debate over violence against women. Africa Check summarises the available research on the issue.  The post Five facts: Femicide in South Africa  appeared first on Africa Check.

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In Nigeria, it is frequently reported that seven out of ten children in the country aren’t registered with civil authorities. But Unicef says this is outdated: the most recent figure is just over 50%.

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Major US drugmaker Johnson & Johnson had a startling fact to share at an international conference recently. But it wasn’t true. The post No, adolescents don’t account for half of new HIV infections in Kenya appeared first on Africa Check.

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At an international summit on youth unemployment, the government said the economic fortunes of millions of Nigerians have been improved by a flagship social programme. But it has yet to back this up with evidence.

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Does Nairobi produce 45% of Kenya’s GDP, the figure given by the UK’s Guardian newspaper recently? New data, which includes counties’ contribution to the economy, puts the capital’s share of gross domestic product at just over 20%.

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An indefinite ban on logging is hurting Kenya’s economy, according to Nakuru senator Susan Kihika. Arguing for its end, she made two claims about forestry’s contribution to GDP and energy supply.  The post Kenya logging ban: Do senator’s claims about GDP and demand add up? appeared first on Africa Check.

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We tracked seven promises South Africa’s ruling party made in its 2014 election campaign five years ago, based on their potential impact on people’s lives and the data available. Only one was kept.

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A statistic about the dangers of owning a firearm is often attributed to South African studies published in 1999 and 2000. But their author says his research does not support the claim.

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Nigeria banned opioid-based cough syrup in 2018, but a leading pharmacist says substance abuse remains a problem, with 14.4 million people currently using drugs – a quarter of them women. Is this true? The post How many Nigerians use drugs? appeared first on Africa Check.

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Does Nigeria produce 62 tonnes of waste a year, and 650 grams of waste for each person every day? We examine these and other claims about garbage in Africa’s most populous country.

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Did council of governors chair Wycliffe Oparanya get his facts right when he laid out the achievements of Kenya’s 47 counties in the annual State of Devolution address? We checked. The post Claims on Kenya’s counties: fact-checking the 2019 State of Devolution Address appeared first on Africa Check.

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Media reports frequently claim that a quarter of South African employees have been diagnosed with depression. Is this true? The post Do 1 in 4 South African employees have depression? appeared first on Africa Check.

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Does a citizen of Germany hold a majority stake in South Africa’s reserve bank? While the story of Michael Duerr’s 57.5% shareholding is colourful, it’s nowhere near the truth. The post German national Michael Duerr owns 0.5% – not 57.5% – of South Africa’s Reserve Bank appeared first on Africa Check.

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New home affairs minister Aaron Motsoaledi says fraudulent marriages have been his baptism of fire. But marriages of convenience are legal, not fraudulent.  The post Over 2,000 phoney marriages reported in South Africa, but only 1,160 ‘truly fraudulent’ appeared first on Africa Check.

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Settling into his second term, governor Ben Ayade contended that Cross River state in southern Nigeria had fewer instances of crime than the country’s other states. We checked. The post Is Nigeria’s Cross River state among the safest, as governor claimed? appeared first on Africa Check.

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The post HOT NEIGHBOR || 2019 LATEST NIGERIAN NOLLYWOOD MOVIES appeared first on MY NATION NEWS.

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The post NIGHT CARE || 2019 LATEST NIGERIAN NOLLYWOOD MOVIES appeared first on MY NATION NEWS.

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The post RUSH ME || 2019 LATEST NIGERIAN NOLLYWOOD MOVIES appeared first on MY NATION NEWS.

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Popular legal practitioner, Liborus Oshoma, has said the suspension of Ndudi Elumelu and six others by the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) has endangered their emergence as minority leaders of the House of Representatives.

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The United Nations Human Rights Office in Geneva, Switzerland, has raised questions over the Zaria killing which it said claimed the lives of 350 persons and the killing of members of the Indigenous People of Biafra otherwise known as IPOB.

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The Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) has slammed a one month suspension on embattled Minority Leader of the House of Representatives. Mr. Ndudi Elumelu and six others for disregarding its directives on the issue of minority leadership.

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