Girl Beheaded for Rituals after Following A Guy home from the club – Nigeria

A few days ago, news went viral about the headless body of an unidentified young woman found along the Amanwaozuzu-Ogwa road in Imo State on Saturday morning.

Well, she has been identified as an Abia University student called Sandra. It was said that she went to club with her friends and she followed a guy to an unknown destination and never returned. As shared by Friday Oduma, who also shared photos and posts of people who knew Sandra. We’ll first share Friday’s posts, then show the photo of the beheaded girl, and then posts of people who identified her. Friday writes,

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A 200L MBL student of Abia state university(Absu) by name Sandra was beheaded by Ritualist in imo state. It was said dat she went to club wit her friends and she met a guy who she followed to who knows and never returned…


Which African country is best at English speaking – World Linguistic Society

A report by the World Linguistic Society has named Uganda as the best English speaking country in Africa. The study names Uganda at the top, followed by Zambia, South Africa and Kenya respectively.

English is Uganda’s official language used in schools, various institutions in the country and even government addressings.

The study revealed that majority of Ugandans can articulate English words fluently than any other English speaking country in Africa.

Here are the top English speaking countries in Africa.

1. Uganda

2. Zambia

3. South Africa

4. Kenya

5. Zimbabwe

6. Malawi

7. Ghana

8. Botswana

9. Sudan

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English and French are the widely spoken foreign languages in Africa having borrowed from the colonial masters in respective countries. Other foreign languages spoken in Africa includes Portuguese, Germany and Belgian.

More than 23 African countries lists English as one of their official languages while 26 uses French.

Among African languages, Swahili is the most spoken on the continent with over 100 million speakers followed by Amharic and Yoruba respectively.