“This is a Pandemic of the Unvaccinated” – President Joe Biden

In a White House press conference on Thursday, September 9, 2021, President Joe Biden implemented a COVID-19 vaccine mandate for all federal workers, federally-contracted workers, healthcare workers, and private-sector employees. He also ordered all companies with over 100 employees to require their workers to either get the vaccine or submit to weekly testings; vaccine mandates…

Uganda’s President Calls Africans a “Disgrace”?

At this year’s World Health Summit’s Regional Meeting, Ugandan President Yoweri Museveni made some interesting remarks. President Museveni called the COVID-19 vaccine selfishness from around the world a wake-up call for Africans. He argued that countries across the continent need to stop waiting for vaccine donations from developed countries and start manufacturing them locally. All…

Dr. Fauci Funds Deadly Experiment on Dogs?

Dr. Anthony Fauci’s National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases (NIAID) is being charged with funding experimental research on dogs that not only infected them with parasites but led to their deaths. According to a report by the White Coat Waste Project, Dr. Fauci spent $424,000 to commission a study where beagles were given experimental…

Queen Elizabeth II to be Removed from Bahamian 100 Dollar Bill

The Bahamian government is removing the image of Queen Elizabeth II from their 100 dollar bill and replacing it with former governor-general Arthur Dion Hanna, who recently passed. According to Loop Caribbean News, Prime Minister Dr. Hubert Minnis recently made this announcement and was supported by Opposition Leader Philip Brave Davis and AD Hanna’s family….

“Bandits” Release Nigerian Students

The rescue of 300 Nigerian boys in Katsina, Nigeria, was highlighted in a previous post. Unfortunately, similar incidents continue to occur throughout the country. Kidnappings by gunmen, often referred to as “bandits,” have become commonplace in northern and central Nigeria. Since last December, at least ten institutions have been hit by kidnappers who’ve taken over…

President Jovenel Moïse’s Assassination

I’ve been staying abreast with the news surrounding the assassination of Haitian President Jovenel Moïse, and I wanted to consolidate my findings. On Wednesday, July 7, 2021, at 1:00 a.m., President Jovenel Moïse was assassinated in his home in Petion-Ville, a suburb in Port-au-Prince, Haiti. Moïse was shot sixteen times, along with his wife/First Lady,…

Togo Launches Solar Plant

There’s some big news coming out of the continent that I had to share. Togo, officially known as the Togolese Republic, has launched the largest solar plant in West Africa. Located in central Togo, roughly 250 km north of Lomé, this 50-megawatt facility will provide power for more than 158,000 homes and save more than…

Mali Protests Demanding the Exile of French Troops

Protests against the French’s military presence in Bamako, Mali, are making headlines. According to Africa News, activists in Mali are demanding the removal of French troops from the country. The protests were organized by the political group Yerewolo Debouts sur les remparts, and the demonstration came after 12 German troops were wounded following an attack…

President Biden’s Plea for Mask Mandates Ignored

During a conference call, President Joe Biden pled with state governors to continue with mask mandates to slow the spread of the coronavirus. However, he was largely ignored by several Republican governors, according to AP News. The president, along with CDC Director Rochelle Walensky, previously stated that now was not the time to relax safety…

Evanston Offers Reparations to African American Residents

The national discussions on reparations for African Americans have been nonstop for the last few years. Well, it looks like policies are now being implemented, particularly in the state of Illinois. As a way to make amends for redlining policies and housing discrimination in the past, Evanston, Illinois, is offering reparations to its Black residents….

Ghana No Longer Selling Cocoa to Switzerland

Ghanian President Nana Akufo-Addo has announced that Ghana will end the selling of raw materials to trade partners like Switzerland and other European nations. The announcement was made at the Federal Council of Switzerland, and it’s being looked at by many as a way for Africa to win on global trade deals. According to Face…

Zimbabwe Miners vs. Chinese Nationals

In a previous post, I advised that many on the African continent are saying, “enough is enough.” No more disrespect, no more talking. And additional news coming out of Zimbabwe further supports that sentiment. According to the Centre for Natural Resource Governance (CNRG), four Chinese nationals got into a physical altercation with artisanal miners over…