New refugee camp for refugees Going to Canada From US

A new camp that would house up to 500 asylum seekers in Saint-Bernard-de-Lacolle, Quebec, near Plattsburgh, New York is being  built by the Canadian military. The construction begins about a week after Montreal turned its Olympic Stadium into a shelter for … Continue reading New refugee camp for refugees Going to Canada From US

Google to Train 10 Million Africans

The Chief Executive Officer of Google Inc, Sundar Pichai  has announced that his organization will be training 10 million Africans in the next five years. He also charged businesses and individuals on the need to transition to the global economy by leveraging on the digital space. He made this known  at the #GoogleForNigeria program held in Lagos, Nigeria on Thursday. According to him “Last year we set out to help bridge the digital skills gap in Africa when we pledged to train one million young people in the region and we’ve exceeded this target. Through either in-person or online training, … Continue reading Google to Train 10 Million Africans

A New Dawn for African Community in United Kingdom

The General Elections in Britain took place on Thursday 8, 2017. Six hundred and fifty (650) seats were contested for in the election. Conservative party won three hundred and eighteen (318) seats, Labor Party won two hundred and sixty two (262) seats  while the remaining seventy (70) seats were taken by other political parties. Seven (7) Africans of  Nigerian descent won seats in the recently concluded election. The names and the constituencies they will be representing are listed below. Three are new while the remaining four are returnees. The new Members of the Parliament are ; 1.Fiona Onasanya is MP … Continue reading A New Dawn for African Community in United Kingdom