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7 Fascinating Random Facts About Valentine’s Day

Here are some random facts about valentine that you just need to know. 1. History The most popular theory about Valentine's Day origin is that Emperor Claudius the 2nd didn't want Roman men to marry during wartime. But Bishop Valentine went...

7 Ways Religion And Superstition Have Led To Animal Cruelty

The list below contains 7 Ways Religion And Superstition Have Led To Animal Cruelty, though some are no more in practice. 7. AyE-AYE “EVIL” FINGER The aye-aye—a tiny creature found in Madagascar—is a harmless mammal that the people of Madagascar have rendered...

7 Fascinating Random Facts

The below list highlights some interesting and yet fascinating random facts gathered from the internet. The one about Pius II before he became a pope is my favourite.   1. Trial by ordeal In Medieval times, the accused of a crime often...

7 Atrocities Committed In The Name Of Religion

A friend of mine once told me that Religion has done more harm than good to the world and that It has been used as an excuse for committing some of the worst atrocities imaginable. The list below highlights 7...

7 Boxers Who Lost Their Life In The Boxing Ring

Boxing, often referred to as the "sweet science," is a sport that demands strength, skill, and courage from its participants. It is a sport that has captured the attention and admiration of millions of fans around the world. However,...

7 Weird But Fascinating Cultures From Africa

Africa as a continent has so many cultures, infact it wont be far from the truth if its said that the cultures in Africa surpasses that in other continent. Though some are of these cultures are weird, all are...

7 Gross Facts About The Human Body

Check out the list below to find out the most grossest facts about the human body, our body.     1. Your body gives off enough heat in 1hr to bring a gallon of water to a boil. If you’ve seen the...

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Anele is a web developer and a Pan-Africanist who believes bad leadership is the only thing keeping Africa from taking its rightful place in the modern world.
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Madam Yoko: The African Queen Who Took Her Own Life After Betraying Her People to the British

Madam Yoko, also known as Soma, was a prominent Sierra Leonean leader and a key figure in the 19th century who at the and of her life was alienated by her own people for betraying her own kind by aligning with the British.
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