The West African Regional Magazine - Twarm

The West African Regional Magazine (TWARM) is a quarterly publication designed to promote regional development in West Africa

The West African Regional Magazine was first published in April 2006. It is a quarterly publication designed to promote regional development in West Africa through highlighting developmental effort and potentials of a particular region, state, town or city, with the aim of making them more attractive to investors and development partners all over the world.

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BREAKING NEWS:

"Congo authorities will no longer allow the country's minerals to be processed outside Africa.

DRC has took a stance against the exportation of it raw mineral resources. According to the country authorities, none of their raw minerals will ever be processed outside Africa."

Source: Congo News

Innoson Chukwuma: The automaker projecting Africa with world class vehicles - Wakanda African News 20/02/2022

Innoson Chukwuma: The automaker projecting Africa with world class vehicles - Wakanda African News

Innoson Chukwuma: The automaker projecting Africa with world class vehicles - Wakanda African News Africa’s automobile industry has seen major boosts in recent times. Many producers have emerged from all over the continent to contribute their innovative ideas to the sector. In Nigeria, Innoson Chukwuma, CEO of Nigeria’s first indigenous automaker has been holding the industry down with world ...

Timeline photos 17/01/2022

Timeline photos

This week marks the 211th anniversary of The German Coast Rebellion. On January 8, 1811, enslaved men and women from St. Charles, St. John the Baptist, and St. James parishes rose up and walked downriver toward New Orleans. They were armed with few rifles, sabers, machetes, fire-hardened oak sticks, or simply with their tools. After killing two of their enslavers and causing considerable damage to the plantations where they were forced to labor, they participants were stopped only two days later after a battle against the local militia backed by Federal troops. The insurrection started on the property of Manuel Andry, then the head of the local militia of St. John parish. The 1811 revolt had several leaders from various origins, some of them born in Africa. The main leader was Charles Deslondes, a Mulatto born on the plantation of Widow Jean-Baptiste Deslondes.

The trial of the participants took place from January 13 to January 15. The judgments were rendered without appeal and death sentences were pronounced. The sentenced called for each of the captured to "immediately be delivered to be shot to death, each before the habitation to which he belonged; that the death penalty will be applied to them without torture but the heads of the executed will be cut and planted on poles at the place where each of the convicted was enslaved. " In New Orleans, the prisoners were held in jail on the lower level of the Cabildo and the trials were held on the second floor. Many death sentences were pronounced and the heads of the victims were severed and exposed on the lower gates of the city. This was the fate of those enslaved people whose only fault was their quest for freedom. Their goal was to capture New Orleans and free all the slaves. They knew they could not win and only death would be at the end of the journey. Although they did enjoy nothing but few precious hour of freedom, their action is comparable in its principle to that of the founding fathers who signed the Declaration of Independence knowing that they would be hanged if they lost the War of Independence. Visit the Whitney Plantation to learn more about the 1811 German Coast Uprising.

02/01/2022
Breaking news: Kenya and South Africa agree to merge national airlines into a Pan-African airline 02/01/2022

Breaking news: Kenya and South Africa agree to merge national airlines into a Pan-African airline

Breaking news: Kenya and South Africa agree to merge national airlines into a Pan-African airline Kenya and South Africa have agreed to merge their national Airlines, thus, the Kenyan Airways (KQ) and the South African Airways (SAA) into a Pan-African one.

02/01/2022

Why history forgot the richest man who ever lived

02/01/2022

Revolutionising solar panels to make them more effective

02/01/2022

Has apartment living limited your farming aspirations?

Photos from EYEGAMBIA's post 28/12/2021

Photos from EYEGAMBIA's post

05/12/2021

Audu Ogbeh | We spend $18 million to import toothpicks annually.

14/10/2021

“He knew he was at risk all the time. He knew it.”

11/10/2021

Interview with Abdulrazak Gurnah, winner of Nobel Prize for Literature

10/10/2021

Hot air ballooning with 'Captain Smiles'

Impressive.

30/09/2021

How Hope Emmanuel use wood and aluminium to make escavator

21/09/2021
06/09/2021

ECOWAS notes with great concern the recent political developments which have occurred in Conakry, capital of the Republic of Guinea. ECOWAS condemns unreservedly the attempted coup of Sunday, September 5, 2021.

ECOWAS demands respect for the physical safety of the President of the Republic, Professor Alpha Condé, and his immediate and unconditional release, as well as that of all arrested persons. ECOWAS also demands a return to constitutional order on pain of sanctions.

ECOWAS reaffirms its objection to any unconstitutional political change. We ask the Guinean defense and security forces to remain in a constitutional posture, and express our solidarity with the Guinean people and their Government.

Done in Accra, Sunday, September 5, 2021

H.E.M. Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo
President of the Republic of Ghana and
Current Chairperson of the ECOWAS Authority

Mobile uploads 22/08/2021

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19/08/2021

These Ugandan fintech companies are boosting mobile financial services in Africa

19/07/2021

How ready-to-wear designers are reshaping Ivory Coast haute couture

27/06/2021

He ran for president in Uganda and lost. Now he's under house arrest

22/06/2021

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06/06/2021

How Sierra Leone's forestry industry is combatting deforestation

05/04/2021

Young South African, Khatalele

British university to return Benin Bronze to Nigeria 'within weeks' 26/03/2021

British university to return Benin Bronze to Nigeria 'within weeks'

British university to return Benin Bronze to Nigeria 'within weeks' The University of Aberdeen said on Thursday it would return a Benin Bronze to Nigeria within weeks, one of the first public institutions to do so more than a century after Britain looted the sculptures and auctioned them to Western museums and collectors.

These women are shaping the future of African space exploration 16/03/2021

These women are shaping the future of African space exploration

These women are shaping the future of African space exploration In celebration of International Women's Day, meet three inspiring pioneers shaping the future of space science and technology in South Africa and Zimbabwe.

Yaa Asantewaa, the queen mother of Ejisu in the Ashanti Empire, Ghana [1840 – 1921] - The African History 15/02/2021

Yaa Asantewaa, the queen mother of Ejisu in the Ashanti Empire, Ghana [1840 – 1921] - The African History

Yaa Asantewaa, the queen mother of Ejisu in the Ashanti Empire, Ghana [1840 – 1921] - The African History Yaa Asantewaa was born in 1840 and passed on in 1921. She was a good farmer and a successful mother. A policymaker, a human rights activist, the Queen and a leader who was very intelligent. Yaa Asantewaa is popular and famous for leading the Ashanti rebellion to defend the Golden Stool against Briti...

Idubor, giant prince of Benin who could uproot palm trees with his bare hands - The African History 05/02/2021

Idubor, giant prince of Benin who could uproot palm trees with his bare hands - The African History

Idubor, giant prince of Benin who could uproot palm trees with his bare hands - The African History The facts about Africa's giant race and its extinction is still a mystery to the world today. The more we look for origin and disappearance, the more closely we meet. The few remains of history teach us, that the Africa had giants. Idubor from the ancient Kingdom of Benin, currently located in South...

The 3298 years old mummified face of Pharaoh Seti I of Ancient Egypt (Kemet) - The African History 04/02/2021

The 3298 years old mummified face of Pharaoh Seti I of Ancient Egypt (Kemet) - The African History

The 3298 years old mummified face of Pharaoh Seti I of Ancient Egypt (Kemet) - The African History Egyptologists were happily delighted by the Mummaatric head of Seti I who is also known as Sety I of the New Kingdom's Nineteenth Dynasty, for its outstanding protection. Menmaatre Seti I, pharaoh of the New Kingdom Nineteenth Dynasty in Egypt was a son of Ramesses I, his mother Sitre (daughter of R...

03/02/2021

Former CNN Hero continues to save lives in Kenya's coastal villages

How African trucking firms are trying to make everything cheaper 02/02/2021

How African trucking firms are trying to make everything cheaper

How African trucking firms are trying to make everything cheaper Transporting goods in Africa can be inefficient, making products more expensive. A new generation of logistics startups is trying to change this.

The richest person in history is an African King Mansa Musa I from Mali – ($400 billion) - The African History 31/01/2021

The richest person in history is an African King Mansa Musa I from Mali – ($400 billion) - The African History

The richest person in history is an African King Mansa Musa I from Mali – ($400 billion) - The African History Mansa Musa I was born in Mali, West Africa in 1280, to Faga Laye (his father). In several different scripts, his name was documented as Kankou Musa, Kankan Musa, and Kanku Musa meaning

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