Kenya president extends employment opportunity to illicit weapon producers

Kenya president extends employment opportunity to illicit weapon producers Kenya's President Uhuru Kenyatta has asked those making unlawful weapons to join another gun plant in the country. As per him, most of unlawful arms recuperated by the country's security organizations had been fabricated locally. The president offered the producers of the weapons a

Why Biden’s foreign trip is so unique and so important

Why Biden's foreign trip is so unique and so important Joe Biden's first foreign trip as President comes at a unique moment. No US President has ever left the nation's shores with democratic values under attack as broadly and systemically at home as they are abroad. This extraordinary reality will complicate his

Morocco sanctions restorative cannabis

Morocco sanctions restorative cannabis The Moroccan parliament has passed a law sanctioning the creation of cannabis for restorative and mechanical employments. The point is to take advantage of a developing worldwide market, support farming and make occupations in immature country regions. Morocco is one of the world's greatest makers of cannabis for illegal,

Brazil to host 2021 Copa America tournament

The 2021 Copa America will be hosted by Brazil, after Argentina was stripped of the tournament just two weeks before it starts. The South American Football Confederation (Conmebol) said Argentina was removed as host because of the “present circumstances”. The country is currently experiencing a surge in Covid-19 cases. Later on Monday, Conmebol

Free SHS Earns Nana Addo Honorary Doctorate Degree From UCC

The University of Cape Coast has conferred an honorary Doctor of Philosophy in Educational Leadership degree, on President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo at a special congregation held in his honor at the University. The recognition is a result of the President’s policies in the country’s educational sector, particularly the Free Senior

China Allows Couples To Have Three Children

China has announced that it will allow couples to have up to three children, after census data showed a steep decline in birth rates. The census, released earlier this month, showed that about 12 million babies were born last year - a significant decrease from the 18 million in 2016, and