Nigerian Damini Ogulu, Burna Boy

Burna Boy: “The only way Africa can become the powerhouse that it should be is to get rid of all the African leaders that are here right now, because they have done us no good. The only way that can happen is if you all come back and do what you have to do.” I ask the first, perhaps naive, question that pops into my head: the African diaspora is so vast, how would everyone fit? “Where you are now, you think there’s room for you?” Literally and figuratively, maybe he has a point. “Your ancestors are calling you right now. This is the time.”Find out more

Abiola Ajimobi Bio

Lagos Commissioner for Health, Prof. Akin Abayomi said: “We regret the death of immediate past Governor of Oyo State, Senator Abiola Ajumobi who passed on today, June 25, 2020 at First Cardiologist Consultant; a private COVID-19 approved care facility in Lagos State. The former Governor died from multiple organs failure following complications from COVID-19 infection.”Find out more

Jeff Okudah Biography and Profile, Jeffrey Okudah Biography

Jeff Okudah shows good patience and discipline in all areas of his game. His easy movement skills allow him to wait until a receiver commits before opening his hips. He trusts his fluidity and burst to not allow separation out of breaks. Okudah also shows good ball skills at the catch point. He is skilled in subtly disrupting receivers and making plays on the ball without being flagged for pass interference. He also has an explosive closing burst to make plays on the ball despite the receiver appearing open.Find out more

Abba Kyari, Mallam Abba Kyari

“Kyari was very close to Buhari and arguably the most powerful man within the administration. Kyari’s death removes the centre of gravity from Buhari’s inner circle and might provide an opening for more reform-minded elements such as Vice President Yemi Osinbajo,” said Malte Liewerscheidt, vice president of Teneo Intelligence in a note.Find out more

Aliko Dangote

“COVID-19 affects us all and threatens our collective health (economic, social, psychological) and physical wellbeing. Hence, the urgent need to collaborate and work together to beat this common enemy. The task ahead is daunting and bigger than any one organisation. To win this battle, it is critical we all come together as one,” Aliko Dangote said.Find out more