Russian company starts building Egypt’s first nuclear plant

After years of delays, Russia’s atomic energy giant Rosatom started work on Egypt’s first nuclear power plant, calling it “the largest project of Russian-Egyptian cooperation” since the 1950s. Russian state atomic energy corporation Rosatom has begun construction of Egypt’s first nuclear power plant, according to a joint statement from Rosatom and Cairo. Egyptian President Abdel-Fattah el-Sissi and Russian President Vladimir Putin

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Governor Wike Making ‘Secret’ Moves To Stop Our Governorship Candidate, Cole, Others From Contesting In 2023 General Elections – APC Party Kicks

Members of the All-Progressives Congress in Rivers State have accused Governor Nyesom Wike of making several moves to stop the party’s governorship candidate, Tonye Cole, from participating in the 2023 general elections. A former Rivers State Accountant General and Wike’s stooge, Fubara Siminialayi is the governorship candidate of the People’s Democratic Party (PDP). Nyesom Wike A member of the APC

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China’s winning approach to African investment

Many African decision makers see their relationships with Europe as recipients of aid, rather than as equal partners on the ground, according to the Friedrich Naumann Foundation. DW examines why this gives China an edge. The Nairobi Expressway winds through the metropolis like a giant river on stilts. It stretches over 27 kilometers (17 miles) through the heart of the

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CAN disowns bishops at Shettima’s unveiling

The Christian Association of Nigeria on Wednesday dissociated itself from Bishops who attended the unveiling of the vice-presidential candidate of the All-Progressives Congress, Kashim Shettima, saying they were desperados who went there for themselves. The organisation said that although the presidential candidate of the APC, Bola Ahmed Tinubu, was free to “hire mechanics and other artisans and sew clerical garments

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Bandits Kidnap Two Catholic Priests In Kaduna

Two more priests of the Catholic Church have been kidnapped by bandits in Kaduna State, Channels Television has learned. The two priests, Reverend Father John Cheitnum and Reverend Father Donatus Cleopas were reportedly abducted on Friday evening in Jere Local Government Area (LGA) of the state. Their abduction comes less than two weeks after another priest, Reverend Father Emmanuel Silas,

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AFCON 2021 KICKS OFF,PICTURES FROM OPENING CEREMONY

Fifty years after last hosting the Africa Cup of Nations, Cameroon kick off the continental showpiece on Sunday targeting a sixth title while hoping the spectre of the coronavirus does not overshadow the tournament. It was all shades of bright and colorful at the opening event of the games which had stalled for a year, over COVID-19 concerns. See photos

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Will King Charles III be an active investor or step aside and let others take the reins of his newly inherited fortune?

As longtime heir to the British throne, Charles professionalized a sleepy business and did well financially. Now he is set to inherit even more. Will he be an active investor or step aside and let others take the reins? When most people think of King Charles III, they picture the former Prince of Wales playing polo, shaking hands, giving toasts or praising organic

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