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Biggest Afro in the world: Guinness Book of Records

Meet Aevin Dugas, the lady with the longest Afro in the world according to the Guinness Book of Records. Her natural hair measures at 4ft 4ins… It has taken 14 years of growing for Aevin Dugas to have the largest afro in the world. Aevin says ‘When my hair is stretched out to its complete length and pressed, it goes down to my butt. But I don’t wear it like that because it looks weird.’ It it takes 2 days to wash and dry and then uses up to five...

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20 Year Old Nigerian Driver Set for British Formula Ford Championship

Novice Ovie Iroro joins Richardson Racing and will make his track debut at Donington Park. Nigerian novice Ovie Iroro is to join the Dunlop MSA Formula Ford Championship of Great Britain next week. The 20-year-old from Lagos will make his racing debut at Donington Park over the Easter weekend (19/20 Apr) and is set to contest the rest of the season with Richardson Racing. Ovie, a mechanical engineering student at University College London, moved to the UK two years ago not only to study but also to pursue his track career. Join us in wishing him all the...

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Mamadou Kwidjim Among 10 Most Powerful Men In Africa 2014

Mamadou Kwidjim Toure is the Founder of Africa 2.0.  Mamadou currently works at IFC (International Finance Corporation, World Bank Group) in Johannesburg, in charge of private sector investments in the Telecommunications, Media and Technologies sector covering Sub-Saharan Africa. Prior to that, he worked at Fortis Group in Paris within the Investment Banking Team focused on Mergers and Acquisitions, Government Advisory, Privatizations and Project Finance mostly in Infrastructure covering Africa. His work included transactions, sector restructuring, advisory assignments in Power, Water and Telecommunications sector. He started his professional career with KPMG Audit France as an audit consultant.  Over the last 12 years, he has worked on advisory assignments and various investment transactions in more than 20 African countries. More recently, he contributed to various publications on telecommunications, media as well as mobile banking topics. He also was speaker at various conferences and Symposia in Africa, Europe and the Middle East. Mamadou received a distinction as “New Leader For Tomorrow” by the Crans Montana Forum in 2011. He has committed his passion for Africa since early age, as he started his first NGO at the age of 19, (Afrique Tandem) mobilizing more than a hundred African students across Europe to enable skills and knowledge transfer into the continent through concrete uplifting projects and linkages programs. Mamadou speaks 6 languages fluently (French, English, Spanish, German and two African languages). After completing high...

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