Wonders shall never end! Imagine you walking into your office toilet to ease yourself, but you’re greeted by a Big Black King Cobra (hisssss …. hissssss), what would you do? Check out photos of the Big King Cobra killed in an Office Toilet in Lagos, Nigeria.
African Masquerades do not randomly attack people without a cause. Masquerades are an important part of the traditional African culture.
It has been reported that four masquerades invaded a Christ Apostolic Church in Ondo State (Nigeria), severely flogging the Pastors and some worshipers who got in their way.
Fellow Africans, if Nigerian Churches truly make an annual revenue of 3 Trillion naira ($18.4billion USD), isn't it a good money-making business for Africans to explore?
Could it be possible? That the total annual revenue Nigerian churches earn is estimated at over ₦3 trillion naira? That is huge! And a huge business opportunity to explore for those interested in starting a Nigerian Church business.
Kenya’s Minister of State for Development of Northern Kenya and other Arid Lands launched a book on February 13 exploring the challenges and lucrative opportunities existing in pastoralism. The book ‘Pastoralism and Development in Africa: Dynamic Change at the Margins’ seeks to demystify commonplace myths that the practice is not sustainable or profitable.
Breaking news coming from Africa’s most populous nation reports two Nigerian pastors have been arrested over N1 billion scam (about $6.4 million USD). A great way for men of god to start the new year! Behind bars!
New information gathered by InformAfrica reports illegal hunting of wildlife as bush-meat in Southern Africa can lead to the extinction of many species across the region.
Water levels in Kenya’s Lake Naivasha are on the rise following the conservation efforts by various stakeholders around the lake to conserve it. Flower farms, fishermen and farmers at catchment areas are running joint restoration efforts aimed at limiting pollution and wastage of the lake’s water.
Top players in African agriculture recently gathered in Nairobi to present five policies they hope if adopted, will result in rapid growth of the continent’s agriculture and improve on food security.
News reports gathered by InformAfrica states the radar system at Tanzania’s Julius Nyerere International Airport has been defective for two weeks now; forcing air traffic controllers to provide air traffic management services without using radar.