Ol Pejeta Conservancy in pictures

Ol Pejeta conservancy is a 360km square which is non-profit wildlife conservancy in Central Kenya’s Laikipia County. It is situated on the equator west of Nanyuki town. It was used as a ranching area during the colonization although wildlife and pastoralists were roaming in the areas even before colonization and early stages of colonisation. Like […]

Ghana Loses U.S.$2.5 Billion Annually to Air Pollution

Ghana’s annual economic cost of air pollution is estimated at $2.5 billion, approximately 4.2 per cent of Gross domestic product(GDP). Again it is estimated that, about 91 per cent of the world’s population breathe poor air, amounting to $250 billion of Economic Cost (EC) worldwide whiles the entire globe (99 per cent) breathes air that […]

The Baganda are the largest ethnic group in Uganda

They are Bantu ethnic group in Buganda, a subnational kingdom within Ugandan state. They make up to 17 percent of the population in Uganda of 34 million people. They speak Luganda as their traditional language, they speak Swahili and English as their secondary language. Kabaka Mwanga II was the Buganda’s reigning powerful king. He was […]

African communities that resisted colonization

During colonialism in Africa, Africans reacted differently to European colonizers. There are those who choose to resist even before the introduction of colonial rule in their territories, examples being Nandi of Kenya and Mandinka in present day Mali, others revolted against the already established rule examples being Zulu led by Chief Bambatha. For those who […]

SUDAN ANCIENT PYRAMIDS

Sudanese pyramids are less famous than their counterparts in Egypt. Sudan’s pyramids have been preserved for thousands of years. Thousands of years ago, Meroe served as the capital city of Kingdom of Kush, the realm presided over the kingdom of Kush. The pyramids are around 5,000 years old, something which is controversial between the government […]

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