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Kaun Banega Crorepati KBC 13 Today’s Episode 24th Sep 2021: Jackie Shroff & Sunil Shetty To Graces The Show



Hello, all the peers, so, an all-new special episode of one of the most successful shows on the small screen Kaun Banega Crorepati is here to entertain all of you. Well, the show is considered one of the most successful shows of all time. Every time the show come of the screen it wreaked havoc on the Television screen and tops the TRP. Well, for all the unversed, it is an official adaption of the American show ‘Who Wants to Be a Millionaire.’ The show is a huge success and the same happened with the Hindi version of the show. Amitabh Bachchan was the host of the show of the first season in 2000 and now it is the 13th ongoing season of the show and Amitabh Bachchan is still reprising the show as a host.

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So, the 13th edition of the show is also following the success with its affluent questionnaires. It premiered on 10th May 2021 on Sony Tv and giving its aspirants a golden chance of becoming a millionaire. While moving back to the upcoming episode, it is going to be a special episode, however, all the episodes of the show are remarkable, but this time two of the veteran Bollywood actors including Suniel Shetty and Jackie Shroff are arriving on the stage to enhance the grace.

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It is going to be a highly entertaining episode as both the actors are also known for their friendship and there are numerous moments they are going to share in the show. Along with this, both seem to do a plank on the set wherein both the actors compete. Well, as Suniel Shetty(Anna) known as a fitness symbol he ended up winning the plank round. The host of the show Amitabh Bachchan also shows his interest in fitness and asks for some exercise tips that can be performed at home.

As the continuation of the talks started Amitabh Bachchan asked Suniel the secret behind his fitness and how can he able to maintain it at this age. He further says that  I am watching you for a long time and you have always been fit. Amitabh then asked him to show an example of one of his exercises, he does the same and Jackie even joined him. Tune in to Sony Tv at 9 PM and watch this entertaining episode and get thrilled with some fantastic talks and questions/answers. Stay tuned with Social Telecast for more information and all the latest updates on Kaun Banega Crorepati.

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One Next Step, By Sesugh Akume – The Maravi Post




There hasn’t been more relieving news coming from the National Assembly, or from the government in general, than the news of the Senate authorising, as should, the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) election management body, to conduct elections as they deem it best, precisely, to transmit elections results electronically as they are cast and collated at the polling centres.

Election results tend to be different from what voters expect because many times what is counted and recorded at the polling centres ends up being different when the votes from various polling centres are collated, counted, and reported. The process of announcing the winner usually isn’t transparent. It then becomes difficult to establish that the election results were tampered with and the wrong person returned. This is a major cause of voter apathy. The long term result of this and more dangerous outcome is the system of government we practise in Nigeria, a kakistocracy ie government by the worst and least qualified persons.

Had Nigeria quality too quality persons in public office with the competence, capacity, character, the courage to do the right thing, and conscience to serve as best they can, we wouldn’t be where we are, and keep complaining about the way things are going, as we do. Hopefully, with transparent elections by way of electronic transfer of election results, the people can have a better say in determining who occupies public office. Better quality persons would be elected in office, and we can start the journey to nation having a proper country, well run. 

There are other issues like diaspora voting, etc which need to be looked into an implemented as soon as possible, but this is a great start.

Thumbs up should be given to INEC for staying the course on this one. And to the people for organising to insist against the National Assembly standing in the way of transparent elections, as they had in the past.

Next to credible elections is the issue of a constitutional amendment. If democracy is government of the people and by the people, for the people then, they should be able to participate in it by determining who serves them. They should also, very importantly, determine the laws by which their society is regulated. They should be able to determine what is most important to them, and how they want their society to be regulated. Critical issues shouldn’t start and end with the 469 representatives at the National Assembly, but from the people directly. This is how to build a country and a nation. By making the not feel but indeed belong and own the processes.

It’s why it is critical for room to be made in the constitution for referendum, a means whereby the people can vote and decide on issues that are important to them. As of now, the constitution doesn’t provide for one. But it is essential it does.

Various suggestions have been offered on how to make the country work, by amending this or that section of constitution. 

Most of these are never quite taken board in all the numerous constitutional amendments done every 4 years since 1999. The people have not been heard from, therefore, many of these suggestions remain unimplemented. Not implementing these make the problems grow larger and get more complicated. 

Look at the issue of security and policing. In refusing to listen the government commits or endorses illegality in attempt to solve this problem. Outfits like Amotekun, Hisbah, Livestock Guards, Ebube Agu, and the numerous other security agencies set up by the states are unconstitutional, illegal because the constitution is clear that states cannot make laws with respect to security. But is this workable, is it sustainable, is it what the people want? 

There are numerous instances of where the constitution as is, stands in the way of progress as against enhancing it. A referendum provides an opportunity to hear the people out, and provides an channel for them to ventilate. Such engagement eases tension and angst in the land. It gives the people a sense of ownership. After all, the constitution itself says sovereignty lies in the people from whom government itself derived its authority. Why then can’t the people be listened to directly? Eritrea, Ethiopia, Uganda, South Africa, and many other countries on the continent have this provision in their constitution and exercise it. Why shouldn’t Nigeria?

If there is one more thing this 9th National Assembly can do, further to empowering INEC to carry out electronic transmission of results, is to simply provide for a referendum in the constitution, among whatever other amendments they hope to carry out this time.

But, this won’t happen by citizens keep quiet. The people have to organise and keep at it until this too is done. For this reason, everybody who can read and has Internet access will do well to sign the #FixPolitics (in collaboration with 100 other organisations of like mind) online petition and urge others to do same, and even chip in a little amount to push the campaign further, so that as many Nigerians that have access to the Internet can lend their voices to this critical endeavour of a lifetime, making the National Assembly including referendum in our constitution.

Please sign the petition here:

Sesugh Akume, a public policy analyst, wrote from Abuja. He is reached by [email protected]

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Mali maestro’s message of peace to Sahel region’s youngsters drawn to extremism – The Maravi Post




An ambitious project to raise awareness about rising insecurity and mass displacement in the Sahel has resulted in an original musical score from Mali songwriter Vieux Farka Touré. 

NEW YORK, USA, October 14, 2021,-/African Media Agency (AMA)/-In partnership with the UN Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs (OCHA) Mr. Toure’s A Song For The Sahel, highlights the crisis in many countries of the region, while also spotlighting its rich musical heritage.

In an exclusive interview with UN News, the respected musician described how he no longer felt comfortable driving across the country to perform, as he used to do. Malians now “sleep with one eye open”, he said, in reference to the insurgency led by extremists, who have taken advantage of the lack of opportunities for the country’s youngsters.

“The youth must show courage, strength and fight against this crisis,” he said. “Peace and solidarity are the tools. If peace is built now, our children tomorrow will thrive.

“Music is a fantastic tool to share messages. Sharing awareness is of paramount importance. It has a strong impact on what happens in our countries.”

Fast growing emergency

The Sahel crisis is one of the world’s fastest-growing emergencies. According to OCHA, this year, almost 29 million people need life-saving assistance and protection, that’s five million more people than last year.

Amid this fast-deteriorating humanitarian situation, the UN agency has warned that people’s vulnerability has increased owing to escalating conflict, rising food insecurity, multiplying climate emergencies and the pandemic.

OCHA’s hope, nonetheless, is that The Song for the Sahel will provide a little hope for all those who need assistance there today.

“This song celebrates the persistent resilience, generosity, solidarity and strength that Sahelians continue to display despite the crisis that surrounds them, as well as their vibrant music and cultural heritage,” said Bounena Sidi Mouhamed, Deputy Head of UN OCHA’s Regional Office for West and Central Africa.

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Cathy Smith of SAP Africa Scores a Spot on the Definitive List of Women CEOs of the Biggest & Most Complex Businesses in Africa – The Maravi Post




JOHANESBURG, South Africa, October 14, 2021 -/African Media Agency(AMA)/- undertook a rigorous research project to identify the women who run the largest, most complex businesses on the African continent. The result of this extensive research undertaking is The Definitive List of Women CEOs.

SAP’s Cathy Smith, MD Sub-Saharan Africa, made the list of 50 women CEOs leading corporate Africa. The list was compiled over many months through a deep research effort to examine the management of big business in Africa. Big business, for this purpose, is defined as being listed on one of Africa’s stock exchanges and having a market capitalization of over $150 million USD or being a global publicly listed company with a market capitalization of over $50 billion USD and significant operations in Africa.  

Harvard Business School Professor Tony Mayo will present his research findings on what it takes for African American women to reach the top spot in the corporate sector as part of the Summit on October 13. At this event, the names of the 50 women on the list will be revealed. In addition, a panel of women from the list will tell the stories of their rise to the top of Corporate Africa, and comment on Professor Mayo’s research by addressing what it takes to make it to the top in Africa, specifically. Another high-profile panel will address what stock exchanges are doing globally to advocate for more women in big business, and will feature the heads of the major African stock exchanges.  Registration for the summit is free and can be accessed at’s Virtual Event Center. (

Cathy Smith was appointed Managing Director of SAP Africa in March 2018. She is the first female head of an emerging markets market unit in SAP’s history. She started her career in the insurance industry as an application developer and spent three years in the UK, consolidating her expertise. Overall, she has more than 30 years’ experience in the IT industry, working for major global industry players like IBM and Cisco.

“I am truly humbled by this recognition from and to be in the company of so many incredible, successful and inspirational women leaders. My congratulations to each of them,” says Smith. “I believe that diversity of every kind brings enormous value to organisations and is something we should constantly strive for. I would love to see more young women studying in the STEM fields and encourage more women to enter the technology industry. It is such an exciting space to be in and there is so much positive impact we can make, not only in business but also in African communities.”

Methodology for The Definitive List

The Definitive List of Women CEOs is the product of a data-driven research project that began by identifying all publicly listed companies on all of the twenty-one stock exchanges in Africa – a list of over 1400 companies. From there, the researchers screened the companies to focus on the largest companies – those with a market capitalization of $150 million USD or larger, resulting in a list of 355 corporations. Once the researchers had identified these 355 companies, the largest in Africa, they then searched the public information available on the management teams of these companies. In order to qualify for the List, women had to have a CEO or managing director title at the head of one of these companies. The titles were then vetted further by examining where the women fit within the company’s overall organizational structure to ensure that the women truly hold authority that is consistent with their title.  

In addition to the women selected through the process above, the analysis went on to identify two additional groups of women running Corporate Africa. One additional group of women are those who run divisions of very large African corporate entities, such that their division, if spun out on its own, would qualify for the list with its own divisional market cap of $150 million USD or more. The roles of the women running these divisions were vetted within the context of the company’s organizational structure – the title alone was not sufficient to make the list. The women in this group have profit and loss responsibility for a revenue generating division that would be valued at $150 million or more, on its own.

Lastly, women who run the entire African region, a region within Africa, or an African country for global corporations listed on international exchanges were then identified. To qualify for this group, only international companies with a market cap of $50 billion or more are included. The women running these businesses range from those who run a country, such as Kenya or Nigeria, to those who run all of sub-Saharan Africa for these global behemoths.

Sources: We acknowledge African Business Magazine for contributing to the financial data on the African publicly listed corporations.

For more information, email or contact at: +27 11 881 5941.

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