Thursday, 23 May 2019 by utoo
The World Health Organization (WHO) has announced that Algeria and Argentina are currently free of malaria. This means that there hasn’t been one instance of anyone catching the illness in both countries within the past three years. Algeria is the second country in Africa to be recognised following Mauritius, which was certified in 1973, as
Tuesday, 14 May 2019 by utoo
The King Mswati III of Swaziland who has 15 wives and 25 children, while his father and predecessor has more than 70 wives and 150+ kids, noted that there are far more women than men in Swaziland that he says is a really serious issue for a nation, that is regarded as filled with virgins.
Monday, 13 May 2019 by utoo
The Congolese citizen movement La Lucha has held protests for mobile phone operators throughout the nation in Kinshasa, the capital, and other cities. They want lower prices for data, calls, and service that is much better. About 15 protesters were arrested in Goma, in the country’s east. They say that they had been molested by
George Dufanda a 21-year-old an african Congolese barber uses his artistic skills to create incredible haircuts using a easy shaving machine. The stylist has clients who include footballers, artistes, presenters and politicians. Clients choose the routines they desire, and he replicates the layouts on people’s heads.
Pictures of imam Sheikh Osman Sharubutu, sitting from the pews of Accra’s Christ the King Catholic Church for an Easter service, went viral. Not everybody was happy – his actions were condemned by some critics for a Muslim to participate in worship. But Sheikh Sharubutu insisted that he was not worshipping but moving the association
Ghanaian actor’s wife, Chris Attoh, has been shot dead. According to multiple reports, an unknwon gunman killed Bettie Jennifer while leaving her office on Friday evening May 10th at about 5pm in Maryland in the USA of America. The gunman then fled in a car and has been declared wanted by the Maryland Police. Police
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Friday, 10 May 2019 by utoo
Dozens of migrant are feared dead after their boat capsized in the Mediterranean off the coast of Tunisia. Various figures for the death toll after the capsizing of a boat off the coast of Tunisia have been was reported. Before, Reuters news agency stated 50 had expired, today the official Tunisian news agency (Tap) stated
Wednesday, 08 May 2019 by utoo
South African socialite and dancer, Zodwa Wabantu 33, who is popularly known for a dance without her underwears is engaged to her 24-year-old boyfriend, Ntobeko. Zodwa was filmed in a clip in the Eyadini Lounge, in Durban on the weekend falling to one knee to ask for her spouse’s hands in union with a $43,000
Tuesday, 07 May 2019 by utoo
Big Brother Africa The Chase winner, Dillish Mattews took to Instagram to discuss this beautiful photo of herself posing with her footballer boo, Emmanuel Adebayor, since they stepped together to get a date. The picture was Titled by her: ‘Date night ‘ We Talk About Things That Matters Most.Stay Tune: www.utooblog.comTwitter: @utoobizzFacebook: @utoonews
Samuel Nkennaya, A Nigerian 34year-old, was murdered while another Nigerian, Chinonso Nwudo is in critical condition in South Africa following mob assault. According to a statement released by the Secretary of Mpumalanga Province division of the Nigerian Union in South Africa (NUSA), Victor Ayanfe-Oyebanjo, Nkennaya and Nwudo were attacked following accusations that both men kidnapped
On Wednesday, a motion of no confidence was submitted as Mali MPs blamed for failing to handle the unrest Prime Minister Soumeylou Boubeye Maiga. The president stated in a televised address on Tuesday that he had “discovered the anger”. Despite an ongoing military drive and a 2015 Peace arrangement, jihadists still predominate regions huge areas
Friday, 12 April 2019 by utoo
FFK was on Twitter to recount how a 22-year-old Alaa Salah leads the revolution in Sudan that caused the President to resign. He said Nigeria youths have a lot to learn from the revolution that has occurred recently in other countries, he named Egypt, Sudan, Algeria, Tunisia etc rather than reign abuse on social media.
Friday, 05 April 2019 by utoo
Two children aged nine and six were married in one of the most bizarre cultural events held in Nakapyata Village, Buyende Town Council in Buyende District in eastern Uganda. The boy, a Primary Four pupil at Buyende Light Primary School and the girl, who were both reportedly born with ‘two teeth’, were married on Monday
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Monday, 25 March 2019 by utoo
Peter Tabichi is a science teacher from the rural part of Kenya, who gives away 80% of his salary to assist his poor students has won a $1m prize (£760,000) for the world’s best teacher. He has won the 2019 Global teacher Prize. His dream is he wants pupils to see science classes as the
All social media accounts for Kenya’s President Uhuru Kenyatta have been deactivated after someone gained “unauthorised access”, His chief of staff Nzioka Waita gave no details about how it happened but added that the platforms will be restored after “remedial action”. Mr. Uhuru Kenyatta has lots of Twitter and Facebook followers more than a million.
Friday, 22 March 2019 by utoo
The Mozambican authorities have released a recent report on the impact of Cyclone Idai in the country, saying that the death toll now stands at 242. The Environment Minister Celso Correia is quoted by the Reuters news agency as saying. Bodies are now being found as the waters are receding in some flooded areas, Reuters
27-year-old Ethiopian Entrepreneur identified as Nazrawit Abera who is an engineering graduate was arrested on drug trafficking charges and could face death if found guilty. According to local media, a childhood friend asked her to deliver the bottles of shampoo which she did not know contained the Class A drug. It was also reported that
Friday, 08 March 2019 by utoo
It has been gathered that about 20,000 Nigerian victims of sex trade are trapped in Mali as the government is struggling to bring them back home. Officials say collusion between law enforcement agents and traffickers is hampering the rescue efforts. The Nigerian girls said the human traffickers had promised them good lives with well paid