There is no such thing as a revolution starting and ending in a couple of months’ an interview with Egyptian activist, Yara Sallam

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By Nancy A. Onyango on September 30, 2016 — Egyptian human rights advocate, Yara Sallam, stood up to be counted when Egypt’s revolution was in full tilt and paid the price for it: fifteen months in prison. The prison spell did nothing to diminish her resolve and since her release last year, the outspoken activist has […]

Some East Africa cuisine Very Yummy.

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  East Africa area is home to mainly Tanzania, Kenya, Burundi and Somalia and Somaliland, Rwanda and of course Uganda. Like most African foods, food in this area consists of dishes made from grains, rice, millet, yam, beans and cowpeas, flours for bread, including sorghum, maize, and stews cooked with meat and vegetables. Fresh butter and fresh milk features in many authentic […]

Central Africa cuisine includes cooking traditions.

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  includes cooking traditions, practices, ingredients the cuisines, and foods of the Central African Republic. Agriculture in the country includes yellow onion, sorgum, yam, spinach, millet, palm oil, banana, okra, rice and garlic. Imported ingredients and crops from American origin include sweet potato, chili peppers manioc, peanuts, maize and tomato. In this part of Africa […]

Made in Nigeria an electricity generator that is powered by water

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Wow this Nigerian man Emeka Nelson claims to have developed an electricity generator that is powered by water The young inventor started a fundraising campaign, hopes to get N2,000,000 (or $10,000) asap Emeka promises that his new invention, an “ultra modern bio digester” is coming soon Nsukka-born Emeka Nelson claims to have invented a generator […]