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Gulf Companies Commit $19 Billion to West Africa Infrastructure Projects

ByMary Sophia – Gulf Business Abu Dhabi firm Trojan General Contracting committed investments worth $16 billion in various infrastructure projects in West Africa. Companies from across the Gulf have committed


Mozambique Seeks Pipeline Study for Decade’s Biggest Gas Finds

Mozambique said it seeks consultants to study building a pipeline that will link the largest natural-gas discoveries in a decade to destinations within its borders and in neighboring African nations.


Nigeria Plans Airline to Profit From $2 Billion Aviation Program

Bloomberg News – Nigeria is in talks with private investors to set up a national airline as it revamps it’s airport infrastructure and expands air capacity, Aviation Minister Osita Chidoka


Sudan apostasy woman Mariam Ibrahim ‘to campaign’

Mariam Ibrahim, the Sudan woman who escaped a death sentence imposed for renouncing her faith, says she wants to campaign for others who face religious persecution. Speaking to the BBC


New Jersey: Ghana’s First Lady Lordina Mahama honoured by City of Newark

Sandow S Kpebu – The Mayor of the City of Newark, Ras J. Baraka has honoured the First Lady of Ghana, Lordina Mahama, with an award and citation for her


Be Selfish or Happy – It’s a Choice You Can Make

One of the greatest lessons I’ve learned is that you can’t be both selfish and happy. I know this is true through my own personal experience, but more importantly, the


American Church Must Do More to Help Christians Persecuted Abroad Franklin Graham

By Michael Gryboski , Christian Post WASHINGTON — Rev. Franklin Graham, the outspoken son of evangelist Billy Graham, believes the American Church hasn’t done enough to act against the persecution

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Police find two dead babies in station locker

Police in Hamburg found the bodies of two dead babies hidden in a train station locker on Thursday morning. One suspect is in psychiatric care. It was initially thought that

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Senior Wins Major NIH Scholarship for Research

Lehman Today – Graduating senior Ebenezer Laud Vivienn Ewul is one of 16 students nationwide to be selected for the prestigious National Institutes of Health (NIH) Undergraduate Scholarship program. Upon