27 days of fast and prayer in Gothenburg

A 27-day fast and prayer program organized by the Family Worship Center (FWC) in Gothenburg, Sweden kicked off on January 7 with the aim to seek the face of God in the new year. FWC’s Pastor Ola Oluayo told Nordic Africa News that “it is a new year and we believe that we don’t have […]

Sweden: Eritrean striker Goitom remains AIK captain

Eritrean international Henok Goitom will stay on as captain of newly-crowned Swedish football champions, AIK. After taking over as skipper last season, the Eritrean striker led AIK to its first Allsvenskan win since 2009, scoring 12 times in the campaign to be the club’s top markman. The 34-year-old was rewarded with a new contract which […]

Sweden chairs Nordic defence cooperation

In 2019 Sweden holds the chairmanship of the Nordic Defence Cooperation (NORDEFCO). During the year, the Nordic ministers of Defence will conduct two ministerials and several meetings will be held on political and military levels. Sweden’s priorities during its chairmanship will cover enhanced military cooperation as well as facilitation of armaments cooperation. In 2019 the […]

Ethiopian, Eritrean leaders reopen border crossing

Ethiopia’s Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed and Eritrean President Isaias Afwerki on Monday officially reopened the Oumhajir-Humera border crossing that connects the two East African countries. The newly reopened Omhager-Humera frontier, which had been closed for more than two decades due to the dreadful political ties among the two countries, is the latest move as the […]

EFLA commends President Weah for diaspora meet-up

The president of the European Federation of Liberian Associations (EFLA) Kingston Wleh has commended Liberian President George Weah and the government for the recent meeting with nearly 300 Liberians living in the diaspora. Mr. Wleh said the gathering at the Jamiaca Resort outside the Liberian capital afforded the president and Liberians in the diaspora an […]

African nations to compete in major cycling competitions

The African Cycling Confederation (CAC) will stage three major competitions for African national teams in the first quarter of the year. First will be the CAC Track African Championships slated for January 17-19 or the 20th at the Sax Young Velodrome in Pietermaritzburg, KwaZulu-Natal in South Africa. This competition will feature sprint, time trials, among […]

10 reasons to keep your eyes on Africa this year

A trade deal in Kigali, a tarnished victory in Harare, and rocket-speed reforms in Addis made global headlines in 2018. But what’s on the plate for 2019? We list ten issues to keep track of in the year to come. 1. Ethiopia leading the way How will Ethiopia and Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed continue along […]

Six principles of the Liberian constitution

Popular Rule: “We the People…” Our current constitution (1986) begins with the idea of popular rule. This important principle means that power, begins with the people. This principle is best reflected in the Preamble, Article I and Article 5a. Popular rule is the thought that the average citizen can be trusted to make important decisions […]

Modupeola’s album available on popular platforms

Sweden-based Nigerian gospel music artist Modupeola last month released her debut album titled, Songs of the Lord in Gothenburg, Sweden. Songs of the Lord is available on all the popular platforms: Google play, Spotify, Youtube, Itunes, Deezer, Napster, Amazon, among others. The album’s eight tracks which highlights songs of praises, delivery, happiness and healing, the […]

Iceland grants Liberia $3 million to support fishing industry

Liberia and Iceland, a world leader in fisheries, on Friday, December 14, signed a US$3.1 million grant agreement to support Liberia’s fisheries sector. The financial support from the Nordic nation, where fisheries is a major pillar of the economy, according to Emma Metieh-Glasco, director of the National Fisheries and Aquaculture Authority (NaFAA), is quite significant […]