14-Years Girl Dies After Being Canned Mercilessly By A Teacher | Even though corporal punishment is illegal in Burundi, a 14-years old girl has met her untimely death after she was been canned mercilessly by her teacher. The incident occurred in Bujumbura, the capital city of the Eastern Africa country. Chadia Nishimwe, 14, was reportedly caned on the neck and legs, and the beating also caused her to bleed from the nose and ears. ALSO READ: MTN Codes For Free Calls In Ghana. “She just died in class after being cruelly beaten by her teacher. They dumped her at the head teacher’s office,” Her father, Mr Misago said. According to Mr. Misago, the headteacher arranged her daughter to the hospital but was pronounced dead on arrival by the doctor. Chadia died on Tuesday and was buried on the same day, Mr Misago said. The schoolgirl was punished for breaking class…

History: Here Is Why All Ewes Are Proud To Be Called Number 9

In Ghana, it is very common to hear an Ewe man or woman referring to or being referred to as “Ayigbe Number 9”, sometimes “Number 9” for short. Many people including you have been wondering why the “Ayigbe” people are so-called. Even though there’s a history behind that name, some indigenous “Ewe” people do not even know about it. I am going to give you a brief history about how the title “Number 9” or “Ayigbe Number 9” came into existence.

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