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May 9 in African History: Celebrating Milestones and Remembering Significance


Throughout history, May 9th has witnessed significant events across the African continent, shaping its political, cultural, and social landscape. From the struggle for independence to the celebration of achievements, this date holds a plethora of historical moments worth commemorating.


One notable event in African history on May 9th is the founding of the African Union (AU) in 2001. Formerly known as the Organization of African Unity (OAU), the AU was established in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia, with the aim of promoting unity, solidarity, and cooperation among African nations. The formation of the AU marked a significant milestone in the continent’s efforts to address common challenges, promote peace and security, and foster economic development.


Another significant occurrence on May 9th is the inauguration of Nelson Mandela as South Africa’s first black president in 1994. Mandela’s election marked the end of apartheid and the beginning of a new era of democracy, reconciliation, and nation-building in South Africa. His presidency symbolized hope and inspired people around the world with his message of forgiveness, unity, and equality.


May 9th also holds significance in the realm of African literature. On this day in 1913, the renowned Nigerian author, Chinua Achebe, was born. Achebe’s groundbreaking novel, “Things Fall Apart,” is widely regarded as a seminal work in African literature and has had a profound influence on writers and readers alike. Through his writing, Achebe explored themes of colonialism, tradition, and cultural identity, earning him international acclaim and recognition.


In addition to these milestones, May 9th serves as a reminder of the ongoing struggles and challenges facing the African continent. From political unrest and conflict to economic inequality and environmental degradation, Africa continues to confront numerous obstacles on its path to development and prosperity. However, amidst these challenges, there are also stories of resilience, innovation, and progress that deserve recognition and celebration.


As we reflect on the significance of May 9th in African history, let us honor the achievements of the past, learn from the lessons of the present, and remain committed to building a brighter future for all the people of Africa.

Movie Personality Profile: Director Aiah Momoh

Film producer, script writer and Director with over 15 years experience.
Momoh has produced number of feature films, Television Talk shows, Television and Radio Commercials for businesses and Documentaries.
Sought after, locally and globally, Momoh has participated in many movies at home and abroad.
His works include: Counterfeit, The Crusade, Marriage vows, Out of Control, Refugees, Devil in Freetown (January 6), British Expert, The Night Nurse. Menace, This is not about you, Shot in the Dark
Also a tv personality, some of Momoh’s Television Talk Shows include: Life by design Talk show with Joe Abass Bangura, MYK Show with Mabinty Yainkain Kamara, Just in Time Africa connect show.
Multiple International and local movie awards winner, he is currently the Co-Chair of the Sierra Leone Film Council and has served as the Director for the Freetown film Festival.
His relentless drive for the upliftment of the Creative endeavor in his country has contributed immensely to the development of the Sierra Leone entertainment industry.
Recently he was appointed by the Ambassador of Entertainment and Investment Amb. Kao Denero to serve in the entertainment Board of Sierra Leone to represent the Sierra Leone Film Industry.
Among his multiple awards are:
Turning Point Movement Awards, Best Gospel Movie 2016, Diaspora Focus awards – Best Movie Director 2015, Diaspora Focus Awards – Best movie 2015, Life by Design community impact awards 2012, We Own TV movie awards – Best movie Director 2011.
On the global stage, Momoh, who is the Ushers Film company and Audio-visual Factory, has made his country proud as a worthy player in the global entertainment industry with international awards; such as BEFFTA UK Awards-2014, ZAFAA Global Awards UK. Best Producer 2016, BEFFTA UK Awards – Best screenplay 2014, BEFFTA UK Awards – Best Movie 2014, ZAFAA global awards UK. Best indigenous Director 2014
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30 days to the first ever Carers’ Appreciation Night for Players in the UK care industry.

The Special Event is slated for Saturday February 10, next month, the program which is designed to appreciate those who are diligently serving British citizens; for their professional and humanitarian service in the United Kingdom health care sector.
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Winners of African Women’s Player of The Year 2023

Following her sixth award of the CAF 2023 Women’s Player of The Year, Nigerian international, Asisat Oshoala, has taken centre stage in Africa’s women’s football.

Having won the prestigious continental football award in 2014, 2016, 2017, 2019, 2022, and recently 2023; PUNCH Online highlights the full list of all female players honoured with the continent’s most prestigious football award.

See the list below:

  • 2001: Mercy Akide (Nigeria)
  • 2002: Alberta Sackey (Ghana)
  • 2003: Adjoa Bayor (Ghana)
  • 2004, 2005: Perpetua Nkwocha (Nigeria)
  • 2006, 2007: Cynthia Uwak (Nigeria)
  • 2008: Noko Matlou (South Africa)
  • 2009: N/A
  • 2010, 2011: Perpetua Nkwocha (Nigeria)
  • 2012: Genoveva Anonmam (Equatorial Guinea)
  • 2013: N/A
  • 2014: Asisat Oshoala (Nigeria)
  • 2015: Gaëlle Enganamouit (Cameroon)
  • 2016, 2017: Asisat Oshoala (Nigeria)
  • 2018: Thembi Kgatlana (South Africa)
  • 2019: Asisat Oshoala (Nigeria)
  • 2020, 2021: N/A
  • 2022, 2023: Asisat Oshoala (Nigeria)

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OFFICIAL: Victor Osimhen named African Player of the Year

Napoli striker Victor Osimhen has been named African Player of the Year for his incredible campaign with the Italian club and Nigeria at the CAF Awards 2023 gala in Marrakesh, Morocco.

Victor Osimhen has rounded off his incredible 2022/2023 campaign with one of the most prized individual trophies a player can receive. The Nigerian was named African Player of the Year at the CAF Awards 2023 gala in Marrakesh, Morocco.

The former Lille striker edged out Liverpool winger Mohamed Salah and PSG right-back Achraf Hakimi, who were the other two finalists nominated for the award. 

The Nigeria international was one of the key players for Luciano Spalletti’s side last seasonleading his team to their first Serie A title since the last one they won in 1990, when Diego Maradona was still in the Italian side’s ranks. 

Osimhen proved crucial to the Neapolitans, scoring 31 goals in all competitions, 26 of which came in the Italian domestic championship, in which he made 32 official appearances, averaging almost a goal per game. 

In addition, the 24-year-old striker was also key in his team’s run to the Champions League quarter-finals, scoring five goals, four of which came in the knockout rounds, three to eliminate Eintracht Frankfurt in the last 16 and another to hold Milan to a 1-1 draw in the second leg of the quarter-finals.

At international level, the Napoli striker was instrumental in securing Nigeria’s qualification for the Africa Cup of Nations 2023 as group winners, scoring 10 goals and providing two assists in six qualifying games.

Indeed, Victor Osimhen becomes the first Nigerian to win the CAF’s Player of the Year award since former Arsenal winger Nwankwo Kanu in 1999.

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Afrinity Conglomerate CEO Meets Mayor Of Corby To Drive Corby Dream To Greater Heights

Chairman/CEO of Afrinity conglomerate, Mr. Wilfred U. Adams, this afternoon had an important meeting with the Mayor Of Corby Town, Mayor Leanne Buckingham on collaborative ventures to further the Corby community development; as one of the major historical Towns in the United Kingdom.

Speaking to the media, Adams said they are looking forward to organise an appreciation night for the Corby Care sector and a Dinner honoring the Mayor’s Charity Projects.

According to him, one of the major objectives is to set a platform for networking among Corby residents.

Appreciating the gesture, Mayor Of Corby Town, Leanne said a partnership with community organisations is a welcome development as it enhances the existing bond among residents in the community.

The meeting was held at Corby Cube in Corby town centre,
Alison McDaid,
Community Engagement & Events Officer and Stewart McNeill were present at the meeting.


Let all Put sierra Leone in our prayers





Photo and Content credited to: First Lady of Sierra Leone Dr. Fatima Maada Bio Facebook page


Wishing you a week full of accomplishments and happy moments! Make each day count! ☀️ #NewWeekNewGoals”

Breaking Updates! Afrobeats to the world.

Davido’s Timeless and Burna Boy’s I Told Them have been nominated for the Grammy Award for Best Global Music Album.

Davido earned a total of 3 nominations.

Burna boy garnered 4 nominations in total.

Ayra Starr was also nominated for the best African music performance for Rush.

Asake and Olamide also got nominated in the best African music performance category

Big congratulations to these artistes putting Nigeria and Africa on the map.

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