Posted by Thandiubani | tori.ng
A brilliant Nigerian man has made history in Russia by becoming best graduating student at Sechenov University. Dr. Chidubem Obi Gerald Dr. Chidubem Obi Gerald has been named the best graduating student in the faculty of Medicine in I.M. Sechenov First Moscow State Medical University (Sechenov University) Russia.
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By Ahval News
Blacks in Turkey do not experience racism, one of the country’s leading newspapers, Hürriyet, reported amid protests that began in the U.S. and spread parts of the world over the police killing of African American George Floyd.
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By DIANA MWANGO | Business Daily
At 10pm on a Friday, DeejayAisher, a stage name for Philly Ojallah, hangs headphones around her neck, her fingers tuning buttons and knobs on her turntable. She dances a bit and introduces herself to her audience just as she does in nightclubs. Only that she is streaming the disco music live from her living room in Berlin, Germany to thousands of people watching from around the world.
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By Francis Onabis
I woke up this morning, with shocking news. In Verona Italy 100 out of 140 immigrants tested positive for the dreaded coronavirus. The story is the same in Milan and other cities around Italy. This occurrence begs for the question, is it possible God made African so bad that we just can’t figure out what is right or wrong. Obey simple orders; most importantly we don’t want to help ourselves.
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There is growing concern for the plight of African migrant in Turkeys capital, Istanbul. There are 80,000 African migrants from Nigeria, Senegal, Guinea and elsewhere in Turkey’s largest city which host half of the total number of Covid 19 cases in the country.
By Fulya OZERKAN |AFP
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As Turkey has deliberately slowed down its economy and asked people to stay at home, African communities try to make ends meet.
By ELIS GJEVORI | TRTWorld
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