Free EPL tickets for football fanatics – Syinix giveaway        

NAIROBI, Kenya, Jan. 10, 2023 /PRNewswire/ — Did you cry when Messi raised the trophy after the penalty shootout? This has nothing to do with nationality, nor with age, football always has such magic, it makes the generation gap brought by various gaps temporarily disappear, it reminds us of youth and devotion. Luckily, our attention quickly turns to the resumption of the Premier League season. There was Martinez; Lloris, the French player who made it to the final and gave an outstanding performance; Croatia’s Modric, who finished third after a superb performance on the left flank; And Ziyech, who led the African team Morocco to the semi-finals.


Premier League fans definitely know the Leicester City Football Club. It is a promising team that won the Premier League in 2015, one of only seven clubs to win the title and won the club’s first FA Cup title in 2021. In this season, Leicester City, although affected by injuries, but also achieved good results, with the return of Daniel Amartey, Nampalys Mendy, Wilfred Ndidi and other players, it is believed that Leicester City will also create excellent results in the following games.

As the official brand partner of Leicester City Football Club, Syinix has always been confident about Leicester City’s performance on the football field. Bin Xing, the global chief brand officer of Syinix, said in an interview with the media on 9th Jan 2023, ” I am a super Premier League fan. We are deeply touched by the confidence, tenacity and unyielding spirit of Leicester City, that is why Syinix chose to cooperate with Leicester City. This year is the third year of our cooperation with the Leichester City. In order to reward our fans, Syinix will give away some of the tickets to let everyone continue to experience the passion of football brought by the  Premier League Live “Syinix is very influential in the African home appliance industry. In just a few years since its establishment, it has become the first Android TV brand in Africa. Guided by the brand idea of “quality & innovation”, Syinix aims to provide consumers with higher quality home appliances and a more convenient lifestyle, and is currently working towards the goal of becoming the first home appliance brand in Africa. Syinix owns many categories, including smart TV, air conditioner, refrigerator, washing machine, electric fan, kettle, etc. The world’s first swallow maker, which was launched in 2022, fills the gap in this category and has achieved great success after its launching.

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Cellebrite to Release Fourth Quarter and Fiscal Year 2022 Financial Results on February 15, 2023

PETAH TIKVAH, Israel and TYSONS CORNER, Va., Jan. 10, 2023 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Cellebrite DI Ltd. (NASDAQ: CLBT) (the “Company”), a global leader in Digital Intelligence (DI) solutions for the public and private sectors, today announced that it will report its fourth quarter and fiscal year 2022 financial results before market open on Wednesday, February 15, 2023.

On that day, management will host a conference call and webcast to discuss the Company’s financial results at 8:30 a.m. ET.

Telephone participants are advised to register in advance at:

Upon registration, participants will receive a confirmation email detailing how to join the conference call, including the dial-in number and a unique registrant ID.

The live conference call will be webcast in listen-only mode at:

The webcast will remain available after the call at:

About Cellebrite

Cellebrite’s (NASDAQ: CLBT) mission is to enable its customers to protect and save lives, accelerate justice, and preserve privacy in communities around the world. We are a global leader in Digital Intelligence solutions for the public and private sectors, empowering organizations in mastering the complexities of legally sanctioned digital investigations by streamlining intelligence processes. Trusted by thousands of leading agencies and companies worldwide, Cellebrite’s Digital Intelligence platform and solutions transform how customers collect, review, analyze and manage data in legally sanctioned investigations. To learn more visit us at www.cellebrite.com, or follow us on Twitter at @Cellebrite.

Caution Regarding Forward Looking Statements

This document includes “forward looking statements” within the meaning of the “safe harbor” provisions of the United States Private Securities Litigation Reform Act of 1995. Forward looking statements may be identified by the use of words such as “forecast,” “intend,” “seek,” “target,” “anticipate,” “will,” “appear,” “approximate,” “foresee,” “might,” “possible,” “potential,” “believe,” “could,” “predict,” “should,” “could,” “continue,” “expect,” “estimate,” “may,” “plan,” “outlook,” “future” and “project” and other similar expressions that predict, project or indicate future events or trends or that are not statements of historical matters. Such forward looking statements include estimated financial information. Such forward looking statements with respect to revenues, earnings, performance, strategies, prospects, and other aspects of Cellebrite’s business are based on current expectations that are subject to risks and uncertainties. A number of factors could cause actual results or outcomes to differ materially from those indicated by such forward looking statements. These factors include, but are not limited to: Cellebrite’s ability to keep pace with technological advances and evolving industry standards; Cellebrite’s material dependence on the acceptance of its solutions by law enforcement and government agencies; real or perceived errors, failures, defects or bugs in Cellebrite’s DI solutions; Cellebrite’s failure to maintain the productivity of sales and marketing personnel, including relating to hiring, integrating and retaining personnel; uncertainties regarding the impact of macroeconomic and/or global conditions, including COVID-19 and military actions involving Russia and Ukraine; intense competition in all of Cellebrite’s markets; the inadvertent or deliberate misuse of Cellebrite’s solutions; political and reputational factors related to Cellebrite’s business or operations; risks relating to estimates of market opportunity and forecasts of market growth; Cellebrite’s ability to properly manage its growth; risks associated with Cellebrite’s credit facilities and liquidity; Cellebrite’s reliance on third-party suppliers for certain components, products, or services; challenges associated with large transactions and long sales cycle; risks that Cellebrite’s customers may fail to honor contractual or payment obligations; risks associated with a significant amount of Cellebrite’s business coming from government customers around the world; risks related to Cellebrite’s intellectual property; security vulnerabilities or defects, including cyber-attacks, information technology system breaches, failures or disruptions; the mishandling or perceived mishandling of sensitive or confidential information; the complex and changing regulatory environments relating to Cellebrite’s operations and solutions; the regulatory constraints to which we are subject; risks associated with different corporate governance requirements applicable to Israeli companies and risks associated with being a foreign private issuer and an emerging growth company; market volatility in the price of Cellebrite’s shares; changing tax laws and regulations; risks associated with joint, ventures, partnerships and strategic initiatives; risks associated with Cellebrite’s significant international operations; risks associated with Cellebrite’s failure to comply with anti-corruption, trade compliance, anti-money-laundering and economic sanctions laws and regulations; risks relating to the adequacy of Cellebrite’s existing systems, processes, policies, procedures, internal controls and personnel for Cellebrite’s current and future operations and reporting needs; and other factors, risks and uncertainties set forth in the section titled “Risk Factors” in Cellebrite’s annual report on Form 20-F filed with the SEC on March 29, 2022, as amended on April 14, 2022 and in other documents filed by Cellebrite with the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (“SEC”), which are available free of charge at You are cautioned not to place undue reliance upon any forward looking statements, which speak only as of the date made, in this communication or elsewhere. Cellebrite undertakes no obligation to update its forward looking statements, whether as a result of new information, future developments or otherwise, should circumstances change, except as otherwise required by securities and other applicable laws.

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How investing abroad can help Nigeria grow: Commonwealth of Dominica

Roseau, Jan. 10, 2023 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — With the economic and political uncertainty that so many Nigerians are feeling about the upcoming elections, many affluent businesspeople are considering whether to continue investing their hard-earned money further in the country or to invest elsewhere.

Risk diversification has always been on the minds of the affluent and, in some cases, investing elsewhere may actually have a positive impact back home in Nigeria.

How the diaspora has been supporting Nigeria

Nigerians are living across the globe. With a rising affluent class, more and more Nigerians are seeking investment, work, and living opportunities elsewhere. But this doesn’t stop Nigerians from investing back in Nigeria from other locations.

According to a World Bank report, Nigeria remains the largest recipient of remittances in the sub-Saharan region. It is the sixth-largest recipient among all low- and middle-income countries (LMICs), with an estimated amount of US$23.8 billion received in 2019, an increase of more than half a billion compared with 2018. In comparison, Ghana and Kenya are ranked a distant second and third in the region, according to the report, with US$3.5 billion and US$2.8 billion received, respectively. Remittances refer to the sending of money, and in this case, to money being sent to Nigeria from abroad.

According to a report by an international audit firm, migrant remittances translated to 83% of the Federal Government budget in 2018 and 11 times the foreign direct investment (FDI) flows in the same period. The report also states that Nigeria’s remittance inflows was 7.4 times larger than the net official development assistance (foreign aid) received in 2017 of US$3.4 billion.

These are no small facts. The impact that Nigerians abroad have on the country’s local development is enormous.

CBI as a diversification of risk

One way in which astute investors diversify risk is through obtaining citizenship in another country. Only a handful of countries in the world currently offer citizenship by investment (CBI). The longest-standing and most credible citizenship by investment (CBI) programmes are found in the Caribbean.

There are many benefits to having dual citizenship, including greater global mobility, new economic opportunities, a better quality of life, and improved personal security. Many families and entrepreneurs turn to CBI programmes as an alternative form of asset diversification.

Global uncertainty is driving the desire among wealthy individuals to incorporate second citizenship as part of their portfolios. However, countries offering CBI programmes still require that applicants be strictly vetted before being granted citizenship. This is to maintain certain standards of the CBI programme and to ensure that applicants comply with certain national and international standards to support safety and security, as criminal background checks are also included in the vetting process. The due diligence process of the Commonwealth of Dominica, which forms part of its CBI offering, is one of the best in the world.

Different countries award citizenship in different ways. Some countries award citizenship by virtue of birth in that country, descent from a parent who is a citizen, or by naturalisation, for example through marriage to a citizen or through an extended period of residence in that country. CBI programmes allow successful applicants to obtain citizenship by virtue of a significant investment in a country.

For example, the Dominica CBI due diligence process covers four steps: know-your-customer checks performed by local authorized agents; internal checks including anti-money laundering and counter-terrorism financing vetting by the Citizenship by Investment Unit; mandated international due diligence firms perform online and on-the-ground checks; and regional and international crime prevention bodies check that you are not on any wanted or sanctions lists.

For additional security, local Caribbean banks, including those in Dominica, also exercise their own vetting processes on each CBI applicant before allowing funds from the applicant to enter the local banking sector. As this forms such an important part of the success of each application, this vetting process is usually done before the applicant’s application is submitted to the recipient government’s CBI unit for processing. This dual process of vetting by the bank as well as vetting by the government agency in charge of CBI adds a necessary and additional level of security to CBI programmes in the Caribbean.

Supporting home from idyllic Dominica

For Nigerians, the Caribbean has been a drawing card for a long time. Some of the first Africans to reach the Caribbean islands arrived in the early 1500s and the Caribbean has been a popular destination for global travelers for hundreds of years. Nigeria has also been one of the most influential cultures in the region, with over 6 million people tracing their lineage back to Nigeria.

In Dominica, the government invests heavily in tourism to drive economic development, focusing on the island’s unmatched natural beauty, and the popularity of diving, hiking, wellness, and eco-tours.

For Nigerian investors, Dominican banks are well-versed in international transfers and can manage a variety of business requirements, whether these are for transactions with those in Nigeria or elsewhere.

From Dominica, investors also save a lot on taxation. There is no taxation on capital and these savings can be sent abroad. Dominica also has no corporate, estate, or withholding taxes. There is also no taxation on gifts, inheritance, and income earned abroad.

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PowerChina aide le Ghana à réinventer son économie grâce à une mise à niveau rapide des infrastructures de transport 

PÉKIN, 9 janvier 2023 /PRNewswire/ — Un reportage de :

Le 26 septembre 2022, la cérémonie d’achèvement du projet de construction et de réhabilitation de routes et d’échangeurs sélectionnés de PowerChina au Ghana (Phase 1 du lot 7, qui concerne des routes de centre-ville dans la région Occidentale et à Cape Coast) s’est conclue avec succès à Cape Coast. Le vice-président ghanéen Mahamudu Bawumia, l’ambassadeur chinois au Ghana Lu Kun, ainsi que des milliers de personnes de tous horizons ont participé à l’événement.

Le lot 7 est l’un des quatre lots dont la construction a commencé lors de la première phase. S’inscrivant dans une politique clé de développement routier du gouvernement ghanéen actuel, le projet revêt une grande importance non seulement pour le développement social et économique du Ghana, mais aussi pour l’approfondissement de ses relations avec la Chine.

Les quatre lots de la première phase ayant été achevés, les travaux progressent sans heurts pour les trois lots en cours de construction (lot 4 échangeur PTC à Takoradi ; lot 6 routes de centre-ville à Sunyani, lot 2 routes de centre-ville à Kumasi) et seront achevés dans les délais prévus.

Le vice-président, M. Bawumia, a souligné que la première phase du projet de construction et de réhabilitation de routes et d’échangeurs sélectionnés au Ghana prévoit la construction et la réhabilitation de plus de 400 kilomètres de routes à deux voies à l’échelle du pays, ainsi que la construction de deux nouveaux échangeurs. Ces réalisations historiques (les lots 3 et 4 constituent, respectivement, les premiers échangeurs construits dans le nord du Ghana, et dans la ville de Takoradi), transforment en réalité un rêve de longue date du peuple ghanéen. Le projet permettra d’améliorer considérablement les conditions de circulation dans des zones clés du Ghana, de réduire la densité du trafic routier, de rehausser les conditions de déplacement et la qualité de vie des résidents urbains, et de promouvoir le développement économique régional.

De plus, le projet de construction et de réhabilitation de routes et d’échangeurs sélectionnés de PowerChina au Ghana encourage activement la formation de talents locaux et la création d’emplois dans le pays. En plus de recruter et de former activement un personnel de gestion technique et professionnelle ghanéen, il accorde une priorité à la coopération avec les collectivités locales, respecte les exigences locales en matière d’emploi et de formation technique, et forme un grand nombre d’experts techniques. Lors du processus de construction de suivi, le projet servira de pont entre la Chine et le Ghana, augmentant la crédibilité de l’entreprise tandis qu’elle poursuit un développement stable et axé sur le long terme au Ghana.

Activities of the United Nations Office for West Africa and the Sahel – Report of the Secretary-General (S/2022/1019)

I. Introduction

The present report covers the period from 23 June 2022 to 30 December 2022 and contains an overview of developments and trends in West Africa and the Sahel, and the activities of the United Nations Office for West Africa and the Sahel (UNOWAS). It also highlights progress made in the implementation of the United Nations integrated strategy for the Sahel, and includes an update on the situation in the Lake Chad basin, pursuant to Security Council resolution 2349 (2017).

ll. Developments and trends in West Africa and the Sahel

During the reporting period, some Member States in West Africa and the Sahel continued working towards the consolidation of their democracies while others continued to contend with the challenges of insecurity, democratic consolidation and good governance, as well as worsening humanitarian crises. Peaceful legislative elections were held in Senegal in July. In Co^te d’Ivoire, efforts to implement the agreed outcomes of the political dialogue which concluded in March 2022, as well as to promote social cohesion and reconciliation, continued. In Nigeria, ahead of the general elections scheduled for 2023, presidential contenders signed a peace pledge, committing to a peaceful and issue-based electoral campaign. Meanwhile, ahead of their upcoming legislative and general elections, Guinea-Bissau and Sierra Leone continued to grapple with sociopolitical tensions. Against this backdrop, the Economic Community of West African States (ECOWAS), with support from the United Nations, continued to engage in efforts to ensure the peaceful restoration of constitutional order in Burkina Faso, Guinea and Mali.

The security situation in large parts of the Sahel continued to deteriorate. The number of victims and casualties of violence, including women and children, has increased. Threats of a spread of terrorism southward to coastal West African States continued. For the first time, civilians were targeted in Togo, while Benin suffered another attack in its northern region, for which Islamic State in the Greater Sahara claimed responsibility. In addition, for the first time, an individual reportedly affiliated with Boko Haram was captured in the Upper East Region of northern Ghana. To address these challenges, some Member States of the subregion have deepened their cooperation under the Accra Initiative, which was established in 2017 in response to increased security threats to coastal West African States, stemming from the spread of terrorism and transnational organized crime.

The humanitarian situation, especially in the central Sahel, remained dire and was compounded by rising food and energy prices, as well as climate-related disasters, prompted by heavy rainfall, floods and water pollution.

Some progress was made in the reporting period on transitional justice and in the fight against impunity, although concerns regarding shrinking civic and political space persisted in some countries of the subregion. Furthermore, no significant progress was recorded in terms of women’s representation and participation in decision-making processes.

Source: UN Security Council

Chinese Top Diplomat Arrives in Africa to Strengthen Cooperation

China’s new foreign minister, Qin Gang, has begun a five-nation tour of Africa aimed at bolstering Chinese-African ties. Qin, who had been ambassador to the U.S. until December, will visit African Union headquarters in Ethiopia before traveling to four other African countries.

Analysts say trade and investment are the top priorities for both sides as China and the U.S. compete for influence in Africa.

Ethiopian Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed welcomed Qin to Addis Ababa as the Chinese foreign minister began his week-long tour.

After visiting African Union headquarters Tuesday, the Chinese foreign minister will go to Angola, Benin, Egypt and Gabon.

David Monyae, head of the Center for Africa-China Studies at the University of Johannesburg, offered some insight into what Qin and his hosts are likely to discuss.

“At AU level there might be some issues in terms of requests by Africans for China to help on the issues of reform of the United Nations.” he said. “The AU itself is going to get a seat within the G-20 and there are a number of issues within multilateral institutions and China is a permanent member of the Security Council.”

China’s investment in Africa is focused on infrastructure and telecommunications.

According to the Chinese General Administration of Customs, in the first three months of 2022, trade between China and Africa reached nearly $65 billion, a 23% increase over the same period in 2021.

Cliff Mboya, a researcher at the Afro-Sino Centre of International Relations, said economic revival will be at the top of most African countries’ agenda.

“What I expect [Qin] to address is China-Africa relations post-COVID,” he said. “China is gradually opening up to the rest of the world and they are trying to embrace the post-COVID world which some of us have already embraced. So, economic recovery would be key and we must factor in that there is a lot of renewed interest coming from the U.S. and Europe. So, China would want to put its stake in the relationship and just affirm to African countries that it’s here to stay and just to build on what it has.”

Western nations have accused China of using massive loans for infrastructure projects to put African countries in debt to Beijing, both politically and economically.

Rights groups say China also promotes corruption and ignores human rights concerns, while seeking access to Africa’s natural resources.

Monyae said Africans are to blame for the corruption involving big projects in the continent.

“My blame goes more on ourselves, Africans,” he said. “I don’t think we have clear laws and are tough on corruption. The idea of blaming Chinese or Americans on anything is not something I buy into. There are issues. No doubt. Is there corruption in some of the Chinese projects? Yes, is there corruption in some of the American projects in Africa? Yes. What are we doing and there is no one we can say is better than the other.”

Last month, the U.S. government hosted African leaders in Washington, where both sides agreed to support infrastructure projects on the continent as well as invest in digital transformation, health, and telecommunications.

Mboya said African nations will see if they can get similar or greater benefits from interaction with Qin and China.

“So, he will be received well and African leaders will be keen to see what he has to offer,” he said. “The African Union, the leaders who are there, would want to establish personal contact with him just to get an idea of his ideas and his strategy and see how to align themselves with what he will have to say or what China intends to do going forward.”

In Egypt, the foreign minister is scheduled to meet with the secretary general of the Arab League. The visit is set to conclude Saturday.

Source: Voice of America