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Month: April 2022


The Leader: April 2022 news highlights in the world

Get the latest information on the political landscape, entertainment updates, and health sector in the world with this The Leader news highlight for April! The latest news in the world that you need to know are the following: President Donald Trump fired Secretary of State Rex Tillerson on Tuesday. The dismissal comes after months of tensions between the two. Tillerson was considered one of the President’s closest allies. Tillerson had long been considered a possible replacement for former Secretary of State and Trump ally Mike Pompeo, who was confirmed as CIA Director in April. But after Tillerson’s relationship with the President deteriorated, he was considered a potential candidate for the Secretary of State position. Tillerson’s departure is the latest in a series of high-pro...

Here’s what you need to know about the crypto industry this 2022

BTC's value increased by 60% in 2021, while Ether (ETH) increased by 400% and Binance Coin (BNB) increased by 1,300%. These and other successful and popular tokens have resulted in one of the most eagerly awaited developments in global finance: the crypto industry's entry into the mainstream. These encouraging signals caught the business off guard, so might it be the same story in 2022? Find out what the future holds for the community at The Leader. Top digital currencies predicted to be a hit in 2022 Without a question, Bitcoin is the most popular option, since it is the market leader in terms of coin value and market capitalization. That doesn't mean you should start or prioritise BTC because there are a slew of other fascinating new crypto projects gaining traction that might be ...

Nigeria calls out discrimination towards Africans in Ukraine

Top officials in Nigeria are calling for fair treatment of its citizens following reports that they aren’t being granted passage to the borders to neighbouring countries Poland, Romania, and Hungary. Locals and foreigners alike are fleeing from Ukraine nearly a week after Russia initiated a military operation on the country, blasting through infrastructure in cities such as Kharkiv and the capital Kyiv. The death toll from both sides of the conflict is almost 5000 with the Russian forces facing a slight delay in their plans as of late. As people continue to escape the violence, other news sources say some Africans are being blocked from riding trains and buses away from Ukraine. One Nigerian man, Isaac, has told the BBC that he and other Africans got hit by police with sticks and th...