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Nigeria’s Economy Expected to Rise by 2.5 Percent in 2022, Says World Bank

World Bank has said that Nigeria’s economy is expected to see a boost of 2.5 per cent in 2022 and 2.8 per cent in 2023 | Photo Credit: Pixabay

COVID-19 Affects Sale Of Earthen Lamps

Due to corona virus induced lock down, production and sale of earthen lamps has been badly affected.

Teachers Refuse To Return To Classrooms; $35USD/Month Cannot Meet Basic Needs

ZIMBABWE. Harare. Teachers have refused to resume their duties on Monday demanding an augmentation to their salaries. Currently, teachers are earning 3000RTGS which is...

Social Worker Becomes Well-Known Journalist To Address Farmer Crisis In Maharashtra

INDIA. Maharashtra.  Sixteen years ago, in 2004, social worker Chetan Bhairam became familiar with Anna Hazare, (aka) Kisan Baburao Hazare, an Indian activist for...

Brazilians Say COVID-19 Highlights Existing Problems In Their Country

BRAZIL. Rio de Janeiro. There has been little in the way of uplifting information coming out of Brazil in recent months. As their coronavirus...

Positive Impacts of COVID-19 on Work Culture

The golden lining which has been overlooked till now will be the significant change in people’s long term behavior because of a surge in working from home

The Inter-clan Misery In Kenya

Violent clashes continue in Kenyan Rift Valley

The Traveler’s Pandemic

COVID-19 will certainly mean trying times ahead on the Travel Industry

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