Tag Archives: Mali

IMF’s Christine Lagarde to visit Senegal’s readiness ‘for a more diversified economy’

16 Jan
Ms Lagarde (Pic Telegraph UK)

Ms Lagarde (Pic Telegraph UK)

The Managing Director of the International Monetary Fund (IMF), Ms. Christine Lagarde, will visit Senegal from January 29-31, 2015 to meet with policymakers and other representatives of society in the country. Continue reading

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France congratulates Modibo Keita on appointment as Mali prime minister

8 Jan

The French Ministry of Foreign Affairs has issued a congratulatory message to Modibo Keita on his appointment as prime minister of the Republic of Mali. Continue reading

Most intense Ebola transmission in West Africa reported in western Sierra Leone – UN

31 Dec

The number of Ebola cases is fluctuating in Guinea, decreasing in Liberia and showing signs the increase has slowed in Sierra Leone, the United Nations World Health Organization (WHO) reported today as the UN development agency said it is helping the Liberian Government build border posts to cut the cross-border spread of infection in West Africa. Continue reading

West Africa: Ebola now, integration later (2)

13 Dec

“Did they hate Nigerians that much? How could someone have brought the disease to Nigeria to inflict us?” “Foolish Nigerians! Did Liberians create the disease?” “Whoever is caught entering Nigeria with the disease should be injected to die instantly…”

Continued from https://oluseguntoday.wordpress.com/2014/11/03/west-africa-ebola-now-integration-later-1-2/) Since all regional flights to and from Sierra Leone serving other West African states had been suspended, my only option would have been to fly SN Brussels from Sierra Leone to Belgium then back to Cote d’Ivoire. Insane, isn’t it? Continue reading

71% of Sierra Leoneans are Muslims

13 Oct

As world Muslim population soars, the Pew Forum on Religion and Public Life has stated that 71% of Sierra Leoneans are Muslims. According to a new study of more than 200 countries, the number of Muslims in the world hits 1.7 billion. Continue reading

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