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A Moment With : Murielle Ekon, Founder and CEO Signature Conciergerie, Excellence in the Art of High End Concierge Services

What started out as a favour to her father to assist him in finding something he sought to acquire, blossomed organically into a full service concierge company serving the wealthy, high profile and political clients from around the world.

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USA: the merits of François-Dominique Delafosse recognized by the American Congress

Africa-USA relations put in the spotlight with the recognition of François-Dominique Delafosse by the American Congress.

Indeed, this citizen of the world received, on October 8, 2021, a Certificate of Special Recognition from the Congress, which thus salutes the merits of this “exceptional business leader who has largely contributed to strengthening trade relations between the African continent and the United States ”, according to the document which bears the signature of Sylvia R. Garcia, member of the American Congress.

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Tears and singing as abducted Nigerian students return to parents

Nearly two months after their abduction by armed gunmen, more than two dozen students in northwest Nigeria's Kaduna state were reunited with jubilant family members on Friday amid tears and celebratory singing.

Thirty-nine students were taken from a forestry college at gunpoint on March 11. Ten were later released, and parents said this week that two had escaped.

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Agradaa’s Pastor husband speaks after his wife denounced priesthood

Pastor Oduro Koranteng, the husband of now former priestess, Patricia Asiedu has spoken after his wife announced she has stopped being a priestess to propagate the kingdom of God.

Speaking at a press conference addressed by his wife on Monday, Pastor Koranteng who described the development as monumental, he said it has taken him five years of constant efforts to have finally gotten his wife to renounce her activities.

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Dozens of students abducted from forestry college in northwest Nigeria

Gunmen in northwest Nigeria kidnapped around 30 students overnight from a forestry college near a military academy, three students said on Friday, in the fourth mass school abduction since December.

The Federal College of Forestry Mechanization sits on the outskirts of Kaduna city, capital of Kaduna state, in a region roamed by armed gangs, who often travel on motorcycles.

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