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The idea is that if millions of people join, Q could become a leading payment network, and, according to well-known economic models, that means the value of the reward would be around $130,000.
The amount you reserve decreases every day, and each member has a limited number of invites. You can use my invite link here:
(Don’t worry. No funny stuff. You just need to give your name and email and your spot is reserved).
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Nigeria’s presidential election was shaping up to be a contest between two veteran male politicians, but the candidacy of Oby Ezekwesili could change that.
Women have run for the presidency before but she is the most prominent Nigerian woman to challenge for the top job, the BBC’s Nigeria reporter Chris Ewokor says.
Ms Ezekwesili is well known for leading the #BringBackOurGirls campaign to help free the 276 girls kidnapped from Chibok, northern Nigeria, in 2014. She has also served as the country’s education minister and vice-president of the World Bank.
But come February’s vote it will be a tough challenge to unseat incumbent President Muhammadu Buhari, 75, or beat the main opposition candidate, Atiku Abubakar, 72, who both have formidable party machines behind them.
Security forces in Libya have captured one of Egypt’s most wanted jihadists during an operation in the eastern port city of Darnah.
Hisham al-Ashmawy, a former army officer, is accused of being behind several deadly attacks in Egypt and an attempt against a top state official.
He had a suicide vest strapped on, said the Libyan National Army, which controls much of eastern Libya.
Libya has been unstable since the fall of Muammar Gaddafi in 2011.
His 40-year rule ended when he was ousted and killed by rebels during the so-called Arab Spring protests.
Crippling petrol shortages have prompted Zimbabwe’s central bank to release over $40m (£31m) for the commodity, it says.
Petrol queues had stretched for several kilometres at some stations before fuel ran out.
Food prices have risen and essential goods are in short supply because of a foreign currency shortage. A $500m credit line will also be used to import fuel, medicines and wheat, as well as soya beans to address a shortage of cooking oil, authorities say.
Some see this as a sticking plaster. The bigger problem – Zimbabwe’s foreign currency shortage – can only be resolved when the country increases its exports.