Playing Killmonger in ‘Black Panther ‘Led Michael Jordan to Undertake Therapy

Jordan undertaking therapy

Jordan, 31, must have felt immense pressure playing such a morally complex character as Killmonger in the Oscar-nominated Black Panther film, and he admits the experience led him to undertake therapy. Jordan, a supervillain in the movie, was reimagined as a disregarded son of Wakandan royalty who sought to violently avenge his father’s death, topple T’Challa on the throne and, ultimately,

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Twitter to begin effecting its ban on all political advertising

Twitter is set to begin effecting its ban all political advertising worldwide, saying that the reach of such messages “should be earned, not bought”. “While internet advertising is incredibly powerful and very effective for commercial advertisers, that power brings significant risks to politics,” company CEO Jack Dorsey tweeted. Social media rival Facebook recently ruled out a ban on political ads.

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My selection a pride and honor for me and the African continent – Ophelia Crossland, the only African designer at the 2019 Qipao Invitational Exhibition in China

Ghanaian fashion designer Ophelia Crossland brought pride to her kinsmen and country as the only African designer selected to take part in the 2019 Qipao Invitational Exhibition at the National Silk Museum, Hangzhou City, China. Under the theme “Weddings” and sponsored by the China National Silk Museum, a leading fashion museum located close to the famous West Lake in Hangzhou,

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What is your excuse?

24-year-old school dropout and self-taught Ghanaian photographer wins $25,000 for taking the best photo of 2019.   Ghanaian self-taught photographer, Michael Aboya, has won the Best Photo of the Year 2019 award at the Agora Awards held in Barcelona, Spain.   Aboya’s striking image of boys enjoying music dubbed “Songs of Freedom” topped all with a grand prize of $25,000.

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A Warmer World Is an Unhealthier Place for Children, New Study Finds

With more dangerous heat waves, air pollution and increases in mosquito-borne diseases such as malaria, man-made global warming is harming public health. Children are growing up in a warmer world that will hit them with more and different health problems than their parents experienced, an international report by doctors said. With increasing diarrhoea diseases, more dangerous heat waves, air pollution

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It Is an Incredible Honour To Be Named Africa’s Business Hero” – Giwa-Tubosun, Winner, $250,000 Jack Ma Prize for Business Innovation

Temie Giwa-Tubosun, a Nigerian entrepreneur has nicked the land Jack Ma’s $250,000 (over N90m) prize money for innovation in business, dusting nine others to cart home the prize.  Founder and CEO of medical distribution company LifeBank, Temie emerged top of the first three best initiatives selected by a group of four judges at the grand finale of the first annual

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Nigerians Make Up 33 Per Cent of The Overall African Students Studying in The U.S. In 2019

About 13,423 Nigerian students from the overall African students are currently studying in the US in the 2018/2019 academic session, according to data released by the U.S. Department of State’s Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs  This statistic makes Nigeria the leading source of students from the continent and 11th largest country worldwide. According to the report, there was a

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