Discovering Accountability Lab Nigeria with Country Director Odeh Friday

"In Africa, corruption not only saps our economic strength, it is killing us (Odeh Friday). However, many citizens fight to eradicate this phenomenon, but we rarely hear about them. We recently connected with Odeh Friday, Country Director of Accountability Lab Nigeria, through which we discovered a company which contributes to the good happenings around Africa. What is…

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3rd Repatriation: Germany returns human remains from Namibian genocide

The German government has returned to Namibia, 25 skulls of hundreds of indigenous men and women killed during the colonial era, more than a 100 years ago. A Namibian government delegation received the skulls at a church service in Berlin last Wednesday, and on Friday, the remains were taken to the Namibian capital Windhoek where a…

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Africa’s stolen artifacts in European museums to be “loaned” to their originating countries

During a visit to Burkina Faso in November ‘17. French president, Emmanuel Macron, declared that he’d make returning artifacts to African countries a top priority. The mentioned artifacts were looted from Africa in colonial times and are now in museums, not only in France but a vast part of Europe. His declaration followed years of…

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Malawian Stanford Muyila Wins Young Scientist Award in Japan

32-year-old Malawian, Stanford Muyila, has been awarded the Young Scientist Award in Japan during the Japan-China-Korea Grassland Conference for successfully creating a low-cost method for increasing the nutritional value of agricultural waste for animal feed. Research on “The Effect of Pre-treatment Method (Autoclaving and Pasteurization) on the Nutritional Value of Bagasse Incubated with White-Rot Fungi.” Stanford…

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