Stop Calling Dancers Prostitutes, Dancer Kaffy Begs

[Vanguard] Guinness Book of World Records holder and world class professional dancer cum choreographer, Kafayat Shefau, popularly known as ‘Kaffy’, in an exclusive chat with Showtime has come out to beg people to stop tagging professional dancers and c…

[Vanguard] Guinness Book of World Records holder and world class professional dancer cum choreographer, Kafayat Shefau, popularly known as 'Kaffy', in an exclusive chat with Showtime has come out to beg people to stop tagging professional dancers and choreographers prostitutes and promoters of nudity and sensuality.

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria

Owning a Record Label Has Always Been My Dream- – Harrysong

[Vanguard] Reggae Blues singer, Harrysong, has revealed that floating an independent record label of his own has been his lifetime dream. The Delta State born singer cum songwriter disclosed this in a recent interview with Planet TV at the official lau…

[Vanguard] Reggae Blues singer, Harrysong, has revealed that floating an independent record label of his own has been his lifetime dream. The Delta State born singer cum songwriter disclosed this in a recent interview with Planet TV at the official launch party of his record label, Alterplate.

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria

Yaw, Sound Sultan Satirize Nigeria’s Problems Through Stage Play ‘Apere’

[Vanguard] Widely celebrated OAP-comedian Steve Onu otherwise known as Yaw alongside veteran singer Sound Sultan addressed an array of issues plaguing the country through their recently concluded stage play titled ‘Apere’, which held on May 28, 2017 at…

[Vanguard] Widely celebrated OAP-comedian Steve Onu otherwise known as Yaw alongside veteran singer Sound Sultan addressed an array of issues plaguing the country through their recently concluded stage play titled 'Apere', which held on May 28, 2017 at EKO Hotels Convention Centre, Victoria Island, Lagos.

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria

UK Arrest for Civil War Crimes a Step for Justice

[HRW] London -The United Kingdom authorities’ arrest of Agnes Reeves Taylor in London for her alleged role in torture committed during Liberia’s first civil war is a meaningful step for justice, Human Rights Watch said today. Reeves Taylor, the former …

[HRW] London -The United Kingdom authorities' arrest of Agnes Reeves Taylor in London for her alleged role in torture committed during Liberia's first civil war is a meaningful step for justice, Human Rights Watch said today. Reeves Taylor, the former wife of imprisoned former Liberian president Charles Tayler, was arrested by the Metropolitan Police's War Crimes unit on June 1, 2017, and subsequently charged with torture.

source: AllAfrica News: Liberia

Thousands Rally Across Rif for Eighth Night

[Al Jazeera] Thousands of people have taken the streets across Morocco’s northern Rif region for an eighth night demanding the release of a prominent protest movement leader.

[Al Jazeera] Thousands of people have taken the streets across Morocco's northern Rif region for an eighth night demanding the release of a prominent protest movement leader.

source: AllAfrica News: Morocco