44 Nigerians, Ghanaians ‘Die of Thirst’ in Sahara Desert

[Premium Times] At least 44 people, including Nigerians, have died of thirst after their truck broke down in the Sahara Desert in northern Niger as they attempted to reach Europe.

[Premium Times] At least 44 people, including Nigerians, have died of thirst after their truck broke down in the Sahara Desert in northern Niger as they attempted to reach Europe.

source: AllAfrica News: Ghana

2012 Dana Air Crash Avoidable, Says Victims’ Families

[Guardian] Safer Skies Nigeria Foundation (SSNF) and families of victims of the ill-fated Dana Air Flight 9J 922 that crashed on June 3, 2012 have described the crash as avoidable.

[Guardian] Safer Skies Nigeria Foundation (SSNF) and families of victims of the ill-fated Dana Air Flight 9J 922 that crashed on June 3, 2012 have described the crash as avoidable.

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria

Unstoppable Davido!

[Vanguard] Love him or hate him, Davido is in the spotlight anyday. After releasing his globally acclaimed hit track, “IF”, early this year, multiple award-winning pop star is returning to the scene with another hit track entitled, ” Fall.”

[Vanguard] Love him or hate him, Davido is in the spotlight anyday. After releasing his globally acclaimed hit track, "IF", early this year, multiple award-winning pop star is returning to the scene with another hit track entitled, " Fall."

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria

Gospel Singer Roi G Spreads Wings to the Region

[New Times] One of Rwanda’s fast rising gospel singers Gilbert Irakiza, known by his stage name Roi G, is not just conquering Rwandan airwaves; he is also out to spread his message across the region.

[New Times] One of Rwanda's fast rising gospel singers Gilbert Irakiza, known by his stage name Roi G, is not just conquering Rwandan airwaves; he is also out to spread his message across the region.

source: AllAfrica News: Rwanda

Cranes in Ethiopia Ahead of 2019 Afcon Opener

[Monitor] Kampala -Uganda Cranes will taste football again for the first time in two months when they come up against Ethiopia tomorrow as the two countries prepare for yet another long journey to the Africa Cup of Nations finals, this time in Cameroon…

[Monitor] Kampala -Uganda Cranes will taste football again for the first time in two months when they come up against Ethiopia tomorrow as the two countries prepare for yet another long journey to the Africa Cup of Nations finals, this time in Cameroon next year

source: AllAfrica News: Ethiopia