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President Kenyatta seeks to expand Kenya’s exports to Benin, Africa – Kass Media Group

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President Kenyatta seeks to expand Kenya’s exports to Benin, Africa – Kass Media Group

- NAIROBI, 9 May 2017 (PSCU) – President Uhuru Kenyatta today reached out to Benin in his latest quest to expand the export market for Kenya’s products, including coffee, tea and fresh produce. The President pitched for the new market for Kenyan exports when he held talks with President Patrice Talon of Benin that focused on deepening economic ties between Kenya and the West African nation

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Kenya moves to foster trade ties with Benin

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Kenya moves to foster trade ties with Benin

- Photo: President Uhuru Kenyatta receives President Patrice Talon of Benin as the two led their delegations in talks at State House, Nairobi, yesterday. Photo/PSCU. PSCU President Uhuru Kenyatta yesterday reached out to Benin in his latest quest to expand the export market for Kenya’s products, including coffee, tea and fresh produce. The President pitched for the new market for Kenyan exports when he held talks with President Patrice Talon of Benin that focused on deepening economic ties between Kenya and the West African nation

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Benin hit by neighbouring Nigeria's car import ban

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Benin hit by neighbouring Nigeria's car import ban

- Surveying his sprawling car dealership on the fringes of Benin's commercial hub Cotonou, Kassem Hijazi alternates between chainsmoking Marlboro cigarettes and puffing on a hookah. He and his colleagues don't have much else to do. There hasn't been a single customer since December, when neighbouring Nigeria banned car imports by land as part of a wave of protectionist policies that are strangling Benin's economy. "We spend our days smoking, it's

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Bénin. Les condamnés à mort sont cruellement maintenus dans l’incertitude

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Bénin. Les condamnés à mort sont cruellement maintenus dans l’incertitude

- Les 14 détenus concernés ont été informés par les autorités carcérales qu’ils ne seront pas exécutés, mais sont toujours incarcérés dans des conditions mauvaises, à l’écart des autres détenus de la prison d’Akrpo-Missérété, près de Porto-Novo, la capitale du Bénin. Ces hommes ont déjà passé près de 20 ans dans le quartier des condamnés à mort, à se demander si chaque jour sera le dernier ou non « Ces

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Descendants of slaves on a voodoo pilgrimage in Benin

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Descendants of slaves on a voodoo pilgrimage in Benin

- OUIDAH (BENIN) — Every January, thousands of voodoo worshippers joined by crowds of tourists and descendants of slaves trudge down the long sand track leading to the beach at Ouidah in Benin. The cars, motorbikes and women in wrap skirts with tribal scars on their cheeks head to the Gate of No Return monument overlooking the crashing waves of the Atlantic Ocean beach. Erected in 1992 in memory of those

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Several Killed As Speeding Bus Hits Train In Benin
Several Killed As Speeding Bus Hits Train In Benin COTONOU: Several people were killed when a train operated by a subsidiary of French industrial group Bollore in Benin collided with a speeding bus, authorities said on Wednesday. The Benirail train was travelling on the railway that runs from the capital Cotonou to the northern city of Parakou when it collided with the bus, which was exceeding the speed limit, early on Tuesday morning, Ramani Kassoumou, a senior official at the National Centre for Railway Security (CNSR), told Reuters   Read More ...
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Several people killed in crash on Bollore-run railway in Benin
Several people were killed in a crash of a train operated by a subsidiary of French industrial group Bollore in Benin, authorities said on Wednesday. The Benirail train was travelling in excess of the speed limit on the railway that runs from the capital Cotonou to the northern city of Parakou when it collided with a bus early on Tuesday morning, Ramani Kassoumou, a senior official at the National Centre for Railway Security (CNSR), told Reuters   Read More ...
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Several people killed in crash on Bollore-run railway in Benin
COTONOU Several people were killed in a crash of a train operated by a subsidiary of French industrial group Bollore in Benin, authorities said on Wednesday. Interior Minister Sacca Lafia said the accident caused "several deaths" but did not offer specifics. Hospital sources in the city of Save near where the accident occurred said at least four people had died and another 30 were injured   Read More ...
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Les jeunes Nigérianes "courent" vers les trafiquants pour rejoindre l'Europe
Les jeunes Nigérianes "courent" vers les trafiquants pour rejoindre l'Europe A Benin City, la capitale nigériane de départ de l'immigration clandestine, on ne prononce jamais le mot "prostitution". Dans le langage courant, les jeunes filles qui partent vers l'Italie ou la France ne vont pas faire le trottoir. Elles partent "se débrouiller". Le Nigeria, géant de plus de 190 millions d'habitants, détient le triste record du nombre de migrants africains arrivés par bateau sur les côtes italiennes   Read More ...
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Speculation mounts over health of Benin's president
Speculation mounts over health of Benin's president Cotonou - Benin's foreign minister on Wednesday worked to reassure the nation that President Patrice Talon was healthy, despite mounting speculation about the cause of his week-long stay in France. "He is staying in Paris and he is taking advantage of his stay to do a health check," Aurelien Agbenonci told AFP. Talon's absence has been a hot topic in the tiny West African nation for several days   Read More ...
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Travellers stranded as drivers protest killings on Benin-Lagos road
Travellers stranded as drivers protest killings on Benin-Lagos road Travellers and motorists plying the Benin-Lagos Expressway were stranded for over 10 hours yesterday in Edo State as commercial drivers and drivers of luxury buses protested the killing of a conductor and an expectant mother. The protesters blocked the road at Okada Junction from 3 a.m, demanding increased presence of security personnel on the highway. Newspapers coming to Edo and neighbouring states from Lagos State arrived Benin, the state capital, at 2   Read More ...
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Benin moves to save part of West Africa's last big wildlife refuge
COTONOU Benin is hiring scores of extra park rangers and bringing in conservation scientists to rehabilitate a part of West Africa's largest wildlife reserve, which contains big cats and thousands of elephants that have largely died out elsewhere in the region. The W-Arli-Pendjari (WAP) complex is the region's biggest remaining expanse of savannah, covering more than 30,000 sq km of Benin, Niger and Burkina Faso   Read More ...
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Benin moves to save part of West Africa's last big wildlife refuge
Benin is hiring scores of extra park rangers and bringing in conservation scientists to rehabilitate a part of West Africa's largest wildlife reserve, which contains big cats and thousands of elephants that have largely died out elsewhere in the region. The W-Arli-Pendjari (WAP) complex is the region's biggest remaining expanse of savannah, covering more than 30,000 sq km of Benin, Niger and Burkina Faso   Read More ...
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2017 Guinness Cup: Team Benin emerge overall winner
Team Benin emerged overall winner of the 2017 edition of Guinness Cup after defeating Lagos Team in the football event to clinch the coveted trophy for the first time in three years. Guinness Cup is an employee competition that fosters team spirit and celebrates employees’ prowess in a range of sporting activities. This year’s edition of the competition held at Agege Stadium in Lagos, featured games such as: Football, Volleyball, Scrabble, Draughts and Table Tennis   Read More ...
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Benin, Mozambique planes come off EU air safety blacklist
The European Union has removed all airlines from Benin and Mozambique from its air safety blacklist after the companies addressed the bloc's safety concerns. EU Transport Commissioner Violeta Bulc said Tuesday that the airlines' removal from the blacklist showed their reforms and cooperation have paid off. The blacklist is widely seen as a major business incentive for airlines to uphold safety standards   Read More ...
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Benin monarch warns against using his name to extort
The Benin Monarch, Oba Ewuare 11 has warned against illegal extortion under guise of palace authorization. The monarch in a statement issued on Saturday in Benin by his Chief Press Secretary, Mr Desmond Agbama, alleged that some groups were extorting using the name of the palace. He said that a group, Association of Sand Quarry Owners, was hiding under the guise of paying royalty to the palace to increase prizes of various categories of sand in the state   Read More ...
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President Kenyatta seeks to expand Kenya’s exports to Benin, Africa – Kass Media Group
President Kenyatta seeks to expand Kenya’s exports to Benin, Africa – Kass Media Group NAIROBI, 9 May 2017 (PSCU) – President Uhuru Kenyatta today reached out to Benin in his latest quest to expand the export market for Kenya’s products, including coffee, tea and fresh produce. The President pitched for the new market for Kenyan exports when he held talks with President Patrice Talon of Benin that focused on deepening economic ties between Kenya and the West African nation   Read More ...
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Kenya moves to foster trade ties with Benin
Kenya moves to foster trade ties with Benin Photo: President Uhuru Kenyatta receives President Patrice Talon of Benin as the two led their delegations in talks at State House, Nairobi, yesterday. Photo/PSCU. PSCU President Uhuru Kenyatta yesterday reached out to Benin in his latest quest to expand the export market for Kenya’s products, including coffee, tea and fresh produce. The President pitched for the new market for Kenyan exports when he held talks with President Patrice Talon of Benin that focused on deepening economic ties between Kenya and the West African nation   Read More ...
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President Kenyatta seeks to expand Kenya’s exports to Benin, Africa - Capital Business
President Kenyatta seeks to expand Kenya’s exports to Benin, Africa - Capital Business President Uhuru Kenyatta has reached out to Benin in his latest quest to expand the export market for Kenya’s products, including coffee, tea and fresh produce. The President pitched for the new market for Kenyan exports when he held talks with President Patrice Talon of Benin that focused on deepening economic ties between Kenya and the West African nation. He also spoke strongly on expanding intra-Africa trade, including through improved air services to better link African cities   Read More ...
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Uhuru seeks to expand Kenya’s exports to Benin
President Kenyatta pitched for the new market for Kenyan exports when he held talks with President Patrice Talon of Benin focusing on deepening economic ties between Kenya and the West African nation.   Read More ...
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Benin stands still in Obaseki’s glorious moment
Benin stands still in Obaseki’s glorious moment Shortly before noon yesterday, incalculable joy erupted at the Justice Ahmed Badamasi-led Election Petition Tribunal sitting in Benin City. The reason was that both petitioners – Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) and Pastor Osagie Ize-Iyamu – and all three respondents – Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC), Godwin Obaseki and All Progressives Congress (APC) had all been informed of their fates. Earlier, Senators Odion Ugbesea, Yisah Braimoh and Chief Tom Ikimi had breezed out of the courtroom before 11   Read More ...
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BEDC attributes power outage in Edo to vandalism
The Benin Electricity Distribution Company (BEDC), has attributed the current power outage in some parts of the state to attack on its staff and facilities by some youths in Irua, Esan Central Local Government Area of Edo. The Public Relations Officer in charge of Edo North/Central, Mr. Caleb Ntem disclosed this while briefing newsmen on Tuesday in Auchi, Etsako West Local Government Area of Edo   Read More ...
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Nigeria recession deals blow to smuggling hub Benin
On the outskirts of Benin's port city of Cotonou, thousands of used cars fill a vast parking lot but the merchants who used to come here from Nigeria to haggle for them are absent as recession bites at home. Fréjus Fatondji works at one of dozens of car lots in the commune of Seme-Kpodji, wedged on a spit of land between Cotonou and the Nigerian border   Read More ...
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Benin's defence minister quits over constitutional reform
Benin's defence minister quits over constitutional reform Cotonou - Benin's defence minister announced his resignation on Monday to protest President Patrice Talon's plans to overhaul the constitution. Candide Armand-Marie Azannai wrote on his Facebook page that he had decided to quit because of "recent developments in this country's politics". Businessman Talon, who was elected last year, has proposed amending the constitution to limit presidents to a single term of office in the tiny west African nation, which is dwarfed by its giant neighbour Nigeria to the east   Read More ...
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The return of a child slave
The return of a child slave Togo and Benin - On the West Coast of Africa, thousands of children are sold by their families, often for as little as $30. In exchange, they are offered the vague promise of a better life for their child. But what actually awaits is a life of slavery. The children endure physical and psychological abuse as they work from dawn until dusk far from their homes   Read More ...
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Benin eyes return of colonial treasures from France
Benin eyes return of colonial treasures from France Cotonou (AFP) - Benin is asking for the return of treasures that were taken during French colonial rule from the end of the 19th century, re-opening a thorny diplomatic issue that resonates across Africa. Lawmakers and civil society groups from both countries have written to French President Francois Hollande, calling for the return of "colonial treasures", including royal thrones and swords   Read More ...
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Kenya Prisons lock up Benin Police in Tunisia
Kenya Prisons lock up Benin Police in Tunisia Kenya Prisons recovered from a shaky start in the ongoing men’s African Club Championship to register a first win against Police of Benin 3-0 (25-13, 25-9, 25-23 in the second match of pool D on Monday. The lone Kenyan representatives in Tunisia came from three sets (25-16,25-16,25-17) defeat in their opening match last week against the hosts Etoile du Sahel to take their win-loss ratio to 1:1following today’s win   Read More ...
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Kenya Prisons beat Benin Police in African Club Championship
Kenya Prisons  beat Benin Police in African Club Championship Kenya Prisons revived their hopes of reaching the quarter-finals of the ongoing men's Africa Club Volleyball Championship in Tunisia, in the wake of Monday's 3-0 sets (25-13, 25-9 and 25-23) victory over Benin's Police. This was Prisons first win in the competition, secured in the team's second outing in this four team group which also consists host team Etoile Du Sahel and Espoir from the Democratic Republic of Congo   Read More ...
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Men’s volleyball: Kenya Prisons vs As Police of Benin on Monday
Men’s volleyball: Kenya Prisons vs As Police of Benin on Monday Reigning national men’s volleyball champions Kenya Prisons will take on As Police of Benin on Monday next week in their second match of the ongoing Africa men’s volleyball club championship in Tunis, Tunisia.   Read More ...
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Meet 25 year-old "God", the devil-hunting female pastor
Meet 25 year-old "God", the devil-hunting female pastor COTONOU. In the Very Holy Church of Jesus Christ of Baname, the 25-year-old founder calls herself God, her business partner is a self-styled Pope and devotees pledge to end the reign of the Devil. Its charismatic theology and clashes with other religions have caused it to be expelled from Benin's community of churches, and repeated scandals keep the sect in the public eye. The latest episode occurred in January, when   Read More ...
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Benin cult priests charged over anti-voodoo prayer deaths
COTONOU Four Christian priests from a Benin anti-voodoo cult were arrested and charged on Thursday for their suspected role in five deaths during prayers held last month in anticipation of the end of the world. The four priests were charged with manslaughter in the capital Porto Novo and were sent to prison pending trial. The group's young woman leader, Vicentia Chanvoukini, known as "Lady Perfect" and considered a   Read More ...
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'No risk' in Benin after truck with chemical for nuclear production crashes
'No risk' in Benin after truck with chemical for nuclear production crashes Paris, France | AFP | The French nuclear group Areva said Tuesday a truck carrying a chemical used in the uranium fuel process had tipped over in Benin, but there was “no risk” of contamination. The accident occurred in the West African country on Sunday near Dassa, about 200 kilometres (125 miles) north of the capital Cotonou. The truck was carrying uranate, an oxide used in the process to make   Read More ...
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Oba of Benin urges prayers for Buhari
Oba of Benin urges prayers for Buhari The Oba of Benin, Omo N’Oba N’Edo Uku-Akpolokpolo Oba Ewuare II has urged Nigerians to pray for the good health and safe return of President Muhammadu Buhari. Addressing a gathering on Tuesday in Umegbe community in Oredo Local Government Area of Edo, the Benin monarch also directed traditional rulers to pray for the President. In attendance at the meeting were — Igie – Ohen, (priests and priestesses), Oba N’ Amen,   Read More ...
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Cutters turn counsellors to fight female genital mutilation in Benin
By Anne Mireille Nzouankeu COTONOU, Benin (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - Browsing a market in Parakou, a city in Benin, 63-year-old Yon Sokogi was troubled by the latest gossip about a teenage bride rejected by her husband after she lost control of her bladder. Recognising this as a complication of female genital mutilation (FGM), Sokogi decided to visit 19-year-old Kpaaré, a mother-of-two, in the hope of convincing her go to a   Read More ...
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CHAN 2018 qualifiers: Home-based Super Eagles to face either Togo or Benin
The draw for the qualifiers for the 2018 edition of the African Nations Championship (CHAN) billed for Kenya has been made, pitching Nigeria against either Togo or Republic of Benin. The News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) reports that the draw took place on Friday in Libreville, Gabon. Nigeria is in the competition’s West B Zone, and has drawn bye into the second and final round. The first round will see   Read More ...
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The fall of Isekhure of Benin
The fall of Isekhure of Benin The Isekhure of Bini kingdom was described as Isekhure n’ osi’ Oba, which means Isekhure, the friend of the king. Things have since fallen apart between the traditional chief and the Oba of Benin, Ewuare II, writes Osagie Otabor, Benin. Until some months ago, the Isekhure of Bini kingdom was seen as Isekhure n’ osi’ Oba , which means Isekhure, the friend of the king. This description played out between   Read More ...
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Une séance de purification fait au moins 5 morts au Bénin
Une séance de purification fait au moins 5 morts au Bénin Selon le ministère béninois de la santé, 10 autres personnes sont hospitalisées après avoir été asphyxiées par l’encens dans le département d’Ouémé, près de Porto-Novo, la capitale béninoise. Les victimes sont toutes membres d’une secte controversée au Bénin. L'”Eglise de Jésus-Christ de Banamè”, qui revendique des milliers de fidèles, a une réputation sulfureuse et déjà plusieurs scandales à son actif dans ce petit pays d’Afrique de l’Ouest. “Il s’agit de   Read More ...
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Benin hit by neighbouring Nigeria's car import ban
Benin hit by neighbouring Nigeria's car import ban Surveying his sprawling car dealership on the fringes of Benin's commercial hub Cotonou, Kassem Hijazi alternates between chainsmoking Marlboro cigarettes and puffing on a hookah. He and his colleagues don't have much else to do. There hasn't been a single customer since December, when neighbouring Nigeria banned car imports by land as part of a wave of protectionist policies that are strangling Benin's economy. "We spend our days smoking, it's   Read More ...
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Benin hit by neighbouring Nigeria's car import ban
Benin hit by neighbouring Nigeria's car import ban There hasn't been a single customer since December, when neighbouring Nigeria banned car imports by land as part of a wave of protectionist policies that are strangling Benin's economy. This afternoon, Hijazi -- who, like the vast majority of car dealers in Benin, is Lebanese -- called in his Beninese accountant to help close up shop. "I lost in one year what I have earned in 16," Ali Assi, another   Read More ...
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Liberia to Benefit From €11 Million Budget Support
Cotonou, Benin – Liberia is to benefit from a total of $11 million (Eleven Million United States Dollars)mid government’s commitment aimed at giving boost to the education and health sector. Finance and Development Planning Minister, Hon. Boima S. Kamara is spearheading the pitch in Cotonou, Benin at the ongoing meeting of the African, Caribbean and Pacific (ACP) National and Regional Authorizing Officers and Senior Officials in charge of Development Financing   Read More ...
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Bénin. Les condamnés à mort sont cruellement maintenus dans l’incertitude
Bénin. Les condamnés à mort sont cruellement maintenus dans l’incertitude Les 14 détenus concernés ont été informés par les autorités carcérales qu’ils ne seront pas exécutés, mais sont toujours incarcérés dans des conditions mauvaises, à l’écart des autres détenus de la prison d’Akrpo-Missérété, près de Porto-Novo, la capitale du Bénin. Ces hommes ont déjà passé près de 20 ans dans le quartier des condamnés à mort, à se demander si chaque jour sera le dernier ou non « Ces   Read More ...
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Descendants of slaves make a voodoo pilgrimage in Benin
Descendants of slaves make a voodoo pilgrimage in Benin OUIDAH, BENIN – Every January, thousands of voodoo worshippers joined by crowds of tourists and descendants of slaves trudge down the long sand track leading to the beach at Ouidah in Benin. The cars, motorbikes and women in wrap skirts with tribal scars on their cheeks head to the Gate of No Return monument overlooking the crashing waves of the Atlantic Ocean beach. Erected in 1992 in memory of those   Read More ...
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Descendants of slaves on a voodoo pilgrimage in Benin
Descendants of slaves on a voodoo pilgrimage in Benin Every January, thousands of voodoo worshippers joined by crowds of tourists and descendants of slaves trudge down the long sand track leading to the beach at Ouidah in Benin. Erected in 1992 in memory of those packed on ships bound for the New World, it is a living reminder that the small Beninese coastal town of Ouidah once was the muster point for the black slave trade on the southern   Read More ...
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Descendants of slaves on a voodoo pilgrimage in Benin
Descendants of slaves on a voodoo pilgrimage in Benin OUIDAH (BENIN) — Every January, thousands of voodoo worshippers joined by crowds of tourists and descendants of slaves trudge down the long sand track leading to the beach at Ouidah in Benin. The cars, motorbikes and women in wrap skirts with tribal scars on their cheeks head to the Gate of No Return monument overlooking the crashing waves of the Atlantic Ocean beach. Erected in 1992 in memory of those   Read More ...
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Osho thinks NNL clash at Insurance
Osho thinks NNL clash at Insurance Crown FC head coach, Fatai Osho has said his side are 100% focused at winning the Nigeria National League (NNL) matchday 14 Division B2 clash against the hosts, Bendel Insurance FC. The Ogbomosho-based side are guests of the Benin landlords in Sunday’s NNL Division B2 final day clash at the Samuel Ogbemudia Stadium in Benin City. Osho said he will not want to put his side under unnecessary pressure by   Read More ...
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