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Gabon Gabon has shutdown its border crossings with Cameroon after an attempted coup d’etat on January 7th, 2019. On Monday, Soldiers stormed the country’s national radio station, seizing power & announcing the establishment of a “restoration council” in the oil-rich country. The public was being asked to rise up ! Against the Gabonese President-Dictator; Ali Bongo Ondimba. Lieutenant…

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Haiti  Happy belated independence  –birthday– day to the first free black colony; Haiti !!! On January 1, 1804 some brave Haitians fought for their freedom & overthrew the French, gaining their own independence. Apparently, it’s customary for all Haitians have a bowl of Soup Joumou on January 1st. Celebrating the resilient people of Haiti & the…

Tech Talk: Disconnected

When your Wi- Fi acts up, it can usually be fixed by grabbing a pen & depressing a small reset button on the back of your router. Now imagine losing your internet connection… yeah we know that’s tantamount to hell for most of you. & don’t worry, because we even get it. So what happens…

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Your Weekly Black Newsletter Nigeria The Nigerian Army has been exposed Video evidence from The New York Times, shows the special Presidential task brigade; specifically the 7th Battalion, gunning down peaceful protestors with battlezone weapons.  This special task brigade takes commands from General Umar Musa; the Guards Brigade commander, with only one man –Abayomi Olonisakin the…

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Your Weekly Black Newsletter    Senegal  The Museum of Black Civilisations opened in Dakar, Senegal.  The museum of Black Civilisations was the dream of Senegal’s first president ;Leopold Sedar Senghor.  President Senghor also happened to be a poet. He declared Senegal the temporary capital of Black civilisation.  The museum aims to decolonize knowledge & reclaim back our…

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Your Weekly Black Newsletter  Tanzania Pregnant school girls arrested along with parents & the men who impregnate them well  …. loading. The Tanzanian government is on a campaign to rid schools of pregnant girls. Even after putting to bed, these young girls are still exiled from pursuing an education in Tanzania. Not only does this…

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Your Weekly Black News Letter Nigeria Is the Nigerian Government taking even more pointers from the American Government? The official twitter page of The People’s Democratic Party (PDP) tweets to expose Nigeria’s current Vice President; Oluyemi Osinbajo. On the 10th of Novemeber the official page of opposing party; PDP, tweets at the Nigerian Vice-President. Asking…

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Your Weekly Black Newsletter  Kenya  President Uhuru Kenyatta arrived in China for the country’s first ever International Import-Export Expo. Held from November 5th – November 10th.  Among all the 100 countries & many corporations set to attend; Chinese President Xi Jinping also extended the invitation to President Uhuru Kenyetta.   The Expo is hoping to…

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Your Weekly Black Newsletter. In the U.S Is the Republican secretary of state; Brian Kemp trying to “legally” rig the Georgia gubernatorial elections? Well, who knows for sure? We don’t. But, here’s what we do know:  Georgia’s secretary of state; Brian Kemp is currently running in an election he’s technically overseeing. In case you didn’t…

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Your Weekly Black Newsletter. Trinidad and Tobago  Prayers out to our brothers & sisters in the West Indies! Mother nature has been extremely unfair. Reports say on Sunday; October 20th, 48 hours of heavy rainfall caused widespread floods through out Port of Spain displacing many people from their homes. The government said teams worked on recusing people…