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World Record: This Is A Miracle A Lady Give Birth To Nine Babies at Casablanca, Morocco



Halima Cisse Has Given Birth To Nine Healthy Babies

The 2009 word’s record by Octomum Nadya Suleman for giving birth to eight babies at a go has been broken by Halima Cisse, a 26 year-old who recently gave birth to nonuplets on the May 5th at the Ain Borja clinic in Casablanca, Morocco.

The nonuplets which is made of up four boys and girls were born premature. Each weighed between 500gm to 1kg when they were born and had to remain in incubators in the clinic’s intensive care unit for some months.

But now all of them have gained weight and have been growing beautifully. According the mother the babies get more healthier and bigger everyday and this is an indication that they will soon fly back to their homeland Mail.

The father of the babies Mr Kader Arby, who happens to be a serviceman of the Mali navy had jus a single opportunity visit his family due to covid restrictions.

The four boys are called Mohammed, Bah, El Hadji and Oumar while the five girls are named Hawa, Adama, Fatouma, Oumou and Kadidia.


Nigerian crisis: The 1967 Biafram War likely A course Of The Numerous Kidnapping




Startling Claim

The Nigerian civil war was fought between the government of Nigeria and the Republic of Biafra from 1967 to 1970.
The war started when Biafra a region in Nigeria declared its independence from Nigeria in 1967 and was led by Lt. Colonel.

The Nigerian government shortly after the declaration of Biafra’s Independence declared war on Biafra. And this eventually result in the defeat of Biafra.

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Speaking on the numerous kidnapping case Cheta Nwanze of SBM Intelligence, a consultancy in Lagos said the Nigerian security is at its worst since the civil war.
This is a an unexpected claim. The Biafran war of 1967 to 1970, when Southeastern region (Igbo) attempted to secede and become the republic of Biafra but failed, claimed an estimated 1m lives. Since then, Nigeria has held together.

The country of 200m people has being facing a lot of problems, from corruption and ethnic strife to a series of military dictators. zealots and rebels are making Nigeria ungovernable.

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Nigerian Mass Kidnapping: More Than 1,000 Student And Staff Has Been Kidnapped




No Parents Should Negotiate Or Pay Ransoms To Kidnapers For Children Release – Nigerian State Officials

Since last year December, the Northern and Central part of Nigeria has been flooded with a wave of Kidnapping. Schools and universities has been the target for kidnappers.

The unfortunate criminal act of kidnapping has severally occurred in 5 Nigerian States. The act has continued for seven months and this has led to the missing of at least 1,000 Nigerian citizens of which students form the larger percentage.

The Nigerian Government Officials and some of the citizens share a common idea of ransom payment to kidnappers creating a bigger kidnapping industry.

Mr Nasir El-Rufai the governor of Kaduna State speaking with The Africa Eye said, the only way to end kidnapping is for society to take a stand that it will not pay.

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Furthermore he added that, Yes they know the pain of a parent losing children. But they have to subordinate that to the overall interest of the society which elected them into power.

To conclude, the decision taken by the Nigerian Government Officials in fighting kidnapping is not negotiating and paying any ransoms to kidnappers.And also the Nigerian authorities has threatened to prosecute any parent found negotiating with kidnappers.

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Slave Trade History In Africa: This How Slaves Were Transported Across The Atlantic Ocean




Photo credit : @Kwame Akoto-Bamfo

Ghanaian artist Kwame Atoko-Bamfo  has created several incredible sculptures in a lake to remember our ancestors who drowned while being transported to the Atlantic Sea.

The sculptures as designed by  Kwame Akoto-Bamfo portrays a clear picture of the middle passage.

The trans-Atlantic trade started in the 15th century. Portuguese first started the slave trade from west coast Africa. Other European Kingdoms later joined the slave trade.

The trans.Atlantic slave trade affected Africa economically and also created violence atmosphere in Africa.

  Follow the Ghanaian sculptor on Twitter @Kwame Akoto-Bamfo

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