In some parts of the world, Muslims have it as rough as Christians do. Unfortunately, even in some democracies, Muslims face obstacles to exercising their right to religious freedom. Here, I'll list the only African and European nations where Muslims live but where there isn't even a single mosque.
Kenyans have been left talking in their urge to establish the exact mission of Ruto’s daughter after being captured on camera’s meeting various leaders all over the country. In his recent photo meeting the Narok’s governor Joseph Ole Ntutu, Kenyans also noticed something sparking a discussion.
Read and see photos below: Several mosques have been built across Africa since Islam was introduced to the continent within decades of its inception in the seventh century. Mosques play an important symbolic role in Muslim life because they are primarily used as a place for Muslims to gather for prayer.
Islam is one of the religions that has grown over the years. Muslims are distributed in different countries but there are some countries where they find it hard to worship freely. Below are two countries that do not have mosques for Muslims to worship in. Slovakia Despite having Muslims in the country, it is still one of the countries that do not have a mosque.
South Africa vs Sao Tome South Africa were struggling to break the deadlock against Sao Tome and Principe in Johannesburg, but thanks to Pau and Zungu’s goals Bafana Bafana eventually picked up all three points from the match. South Africa aim to retain their spot in top two, and i am positive that they will go all guns blazing at the rock-bottom side on Monday afternoon. Sao Tome and Principe do not seem to be competitive at this level, with the team losing each of their first three group games, and i do
Sao Tome and Principe. Soa Tome & Principe is an island country in Central Africa that is near the Gulf of Guinea. It is made up of a group of volcanic islands that are spread out over a large area. If you look at history books, you will see that Sao Tome is one of Africa's first countries to be settled.
The Authorities in the Islamic Republic of Mauritania have claimed that there are no cases in the country. This is good news for other African countries as they fight Covid-19. The west African country is however continuing with tests. Initially, the nation had recorded 7 cases. One patient passed away on Tuesday night. IOM staff distribute equipment for the detection of COVID-19 symptoms to border officials in Mauritania. Photo: IOM Now the authorities say the country does not have an active case of Covid-
Sao Tome& Principe vs Nigeria Sao Tome and Principe's reinstatement to the Africa Cup of Nations qualifiers got off to a rocky start on Thursday as they were thrashed 5-1 by Guinea-Bissau and tonight they will be looking to bounce back to campaign as they take on Nigeria for their second match of their group,Nigeria had an humbling win of 2:1 on their opener match and tonight will be looking for second successive win,based on both sides current performances,Nigeria looks more likely to secure three points tonight with more than two goals been scored.
South Africa vs Sao Tome and Principe South Africa are placed inside of the top two in Group C after two matches with three points to their name. They now have a real chance to strengthen their position as they contest back-to-back matches against Sao Tome & Principe - who have lost their opening two fixtures. It has been a long time since South Africa lost a match in the AFCON qualifiers on home soil - the last time was in 2007 - and it’s unlikely that they will suffer a shock defeat in this game. The visitors
Sao Tome and Principe President Evaristo Carvalho has been hospitalised since Saturday following an illness.The president’s hospitalisation comes at a time when the country is experiencing an electoral crisis due to the delay in holding the second round of the presidential elections. President Carvalho is not a candidate and his term ends on September 3, 2021.After the crisis generated by a request for a recount of votes in the first round by the current president of the national assembly Delfim Neves, who is a candidate, the country’s parliament has not yet set a new date for the second round of the presidential poll.
African countries with Covid 19cases.photo/source There are now more than 7000 cases of coronavirus confirmed across the continent with many countries imposing more preventive measures to curb spread. According to data provided by Africa Center of Disease Control on Covid 19,there is high increase in new cases with handful countries holding out. As at April 3 the data is as below. Confirmed cases:7,064 Deaths:290 Recoveries:622 Infected countries:50 Virus Free Countries:4 The Countries in Africa which have
1)Sao tome and Principe vs Sudan The African cup of nations qualication match today will see Sudan visiting sao tome and Principe.Last game sudan won 4-0 against sao tome and we may see repeat for that again today.
A country’s currency speaks volumes about the general well being of its people and its economy at large. Most people usually pay attention to the strongest currencies that exist and barely ever bother to know the weakest ones. Below is a list of top ten countries with the poorest and weakest currencies in Africa in 2020: 1. Sao Tome and Principe Sao Tome and Principe is among the countries with the Weakest Currencies in Africa. Their currency is known as the Sao Tome and Principe Dobra. Its ratio against the