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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Nigerian Communications Commission facilitates spectrum infrastructure to boost broadband penetration

Nigerian Communications Commission facilitates spectrum infrastructure to boost broadband penetration

The Nigerian Communications Commission has disclosed that it is working on ensuring the availability of spectrum to boost broadband deployment and penetration in the country.  The Executive Vice Chairman, Professor Umar Dambatta, who made this known during the 14th Annual Technology Africa Leadership Roundtable, added that spectrum was a critical mobile infrastructure, which would enhance broadband penetration. The event was

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Boogertman + Partners continue their reign at the WAF 2019

Boogertman + Partners’ New Cairo Capital City Stadium has been shortlisted in the Future Competition category in the World Architecture Festival 2019. According to a statement released from its website, Boogertman + Partners announced that its New Cairo Capital City Stadium, a competition proposal has been listed as a shortlist finalist in the Future Competition category of WAF. The World

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Sierra Leone beats Ghana to win the 2019 Jollof competition in Washington DC

Sierra Leone beats Ghana to win the 2019 Jollof competition in Washington DC

Jollof rice fondly called by some West African countries is a popular dish which needs no epistle, as the food is celebrated for its salivating taste. Also called Benachin, is a type of dish consumed in regions such as Nigeria, Senegal, Ghana, Sierra Leone, Togo, Liberia, Mali, Ivory Coast and Cameroon among few. In West Africa, it’s a favorite dish

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MS Bodega continues her quest of breaking barriers with the release of “Shoko”

MS Bodega continues her quest of breaking barriers with the release of Shoko

“I will break barriers with my music in Nigeria” was the anthem of Ms. Bodega in 2017 in an interview. As it seems the songwriter has resumed her journey of breaking more barries with the release of “Shoko”. The Israeli-American born musician and afrobeat artiste in her new project, illustrate her undying passion for African music as she went all

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Algeria wins 2019 Africa Cup of Nations

Algeria wins 2019 Africa Cup of Nations

Algeria has won the Africa Cup of Nations for the second time as a freak early goal secured a 1-0 win against Senegal in the final in Cairo. Baghdad Bounedjah’s shot took a huge deflection off Salif Sane and looped over goalkeeper Alfred Gomes. However, Senegal who has never won the competition was awarded a penalty for handball in the

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Global technology partners ecosystem to extends risk-adaptive protection

Global technology partners ecosystem to extends risk-adaptive protection

Forcepoint has revealed that it is strategically investing in the creation of a human-centric technology ecosystem that would allow customers to achieve digital transformation outcomes. It added that it would enable secure migration of data, applications, and business operations to the cloud. Forcepoint’s global technology and strategic alliances span areas including public cloud, data classification, identity, and access management.  The

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