These were the most viewed stories on Ventures Africa in 2015
2015 was a critical year for Nigeria, as presidential elections dominated conversations across the country and the globe. However, in addition to the elections, there were other stories people couldn’t get enough of. Particularly, inspired events that signify a continent in progress, and plight simultaneously. Here are the most viewed stories on Ventures Africa in 2015. We hope to bring you many more in 2016.
Where we list the top 10 richest countries on the continent. Can you guess who was number one?
The terminology used for 2015’s most infamous terrorist sect, explained. Lingo we imagine will likely be updated again in 2016.
2015 was just another year where girl power kicked ass…
over and over again.
2015 was also just another year when Nigerian students showed the depths of their knowledge and imagination.
Linda Ikeji built a media empire by giving Nigerians what they want- gossip, Naija style.
Where African leaders and pioneers pushed for how to make Africa and stronger.
International experts anticipated that Nigeria’s elections would be a disaster ridden event filled with violence and instability. And when the elections were postponed, everyone thought it would make matters worse. However, while postponing the elections has effected the economy through a ripple effect (Buhari’s delayed appointments, etc.) the elections were largely successful, free and fair.
Have we mentioned how much African women rocked 2015?
Pegged, Baba-go-slow, President Buhari’s ministerial appointments, were the event of 2015 aside from the presidential elections themselves.
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