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11-year-old Nigerian Naomi Oloyede delivers impressive speech at the Education for Justice conference in Austria
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Africans rising 11-year-old Nigerian Naomi Oloyede delivers impressive speech at the Education for Justice conference in Austria

Nigerian junior high student, Naomi Oloyede who was selected to represent her country at the “The Education for Justice (E4J), High Level conference on Corruption” received a standing ovation from the over 200 global stakeholders in attendance for her rousing speech.

Uganda adamant to pass death penalty bill for homosexuality
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Politics and Society Uganda adamant to pass death penalty bill for homosexuality

The Ugandan government is re-introducing the ‘Kill the Gays’ bill. The punitive bill that was nullified in 2014 by the country’s Constitutional Court imposes the death penalty for persons found in breach. A government official said the ‘current penal law is limited’ and ‘those that do grave acts’ should be ‘given the death sentence’.

Fela Kuti was not a prophet, it is the Nigerian society that hasn’t changed
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Politics and Society Fela Kuti was not a prophet, it is the Nigerian society that hasn’t changed

Nigerians celebrated independence from Britain on October 1, 1960. The country has been plagued with leadership problems which Nigerian Afrobeat maestro Fela Kuti railed against. Fela has been labelled a prophet by many Nigerians, but is he really a prophet or it’s just the Nigerian society which has failed to change.