Henry Chikwem


Whether you are looking for the best remote jobs in other countries to unblock your daily routine/schedule more flexibly, earn more or land a job that can let you travel the world at the same time, you are in the right place. Here are our selections for today’s top remote jobs websites where you can find jobs that enable you work from home


1. Remote4Africa

Remote4Africa is a remote job board focused on aggregating and publishing remote jobs open to Africans. It is one of the few job sites providing remote work opportunities mainly for Africans. Organisations use the site to reach and hire thousands of African remote workers. 

You can visit Remote4Africa and apply to remote jobs that let you work from anywhere here –

2. Remoteok

Remoteok has some exciting features, such as live rankings of leading companies with remote employment and active recruitment in the last 12 months, statistics on what remote jobs today are most on the trend, and of course tons of well-paid remote jobs for designers, developers, writer, salespersons and more.

You can apply for jobs on Remoteok here via this link –

3. CloudPeeps

When you have a large portfolio already and want to expand your business with greater independence, CloudPeeps is an amazing solution. It’s a bit more exclusive to become a “peep” than sign up to a site like Upwork and Fiverr, but once you’ve got acceptance it’s easier to discover remote employment. Their focus is on social media, marketing and copywriting, but the platform is also covered by other forms of remote work. They certainly deserve to be checked.

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4. Dynamite Jobs

The Dynamite Jobs team checks each remote job listing to ensure that it is 100 percent remote, open and paid. Known as one of the most humane job boards among remote job candidates and companies. The website was developed in 2017 in an effort to aid the founders of the bootstrapping company to develop their remote teams behind the MBA podcast and the Dynamite circle. Now they have a thousand delighted witnesses from those who have hired or hired jobs.

Over 100+ remote jobs are introduced to the platform every week — and the website’s diversity of filters and functions are configurable to look for the person you wish.

5. Remote4me

Did you type “remote” in the search bars or reach to the end of a tedious job description to realize that the position is not remote? Do not be afraid, as the solution is Remote4Me! Although built particularly for Tech Community members (with large remote applications for developers and engineers), a strong listing module for nontechnology work is also available (like sales, HR, and SEO). This site is a collection of remote jobs, which will save you heaps of time on your search from 40 different jobs boards.

6. ProBlogger

ProBlogger’s written-focused remote employment range from full-time copywriting work to freelance and contract gigs. The majority of customers seeking authors through this site desire more intermediate/experienced writers, therefore if you apply for one of the remote writing projects, sample work should be easily available.

7. Hundred5 (now Toggle)

The assumption of Hundred5/ToggleHire is that elite talents don’t scrutinize remote jobs all day long, but scroll via social networks. You will find new remote gigs directly posted to this group timeline in the Hund5HQ work board on Facebook (which will pop up in your news feed). You will be able to complete a brief quiz instead of submitting a summary if you are interested in a position.

8. Landing.Jobs

LJ is focused on placing the highest technological talent in remote jobs for some of Europe’s largest firms. Their website has a really personal experience and helps every job seeker to discover remote roles they enjoy. While most distant placements available for a time zone alignment are Euro-based, a portion of the site is only dedicated to completely remote placements.

9. Monster

They’ll certainly think of Monsters when most people hear “job boards.” Monster is still expanding strongly, while containing an increasing list of remote jobs on the platform, as one of the leading aggregators of employment on the Internet. Here, in a large variety of sectors, you will find thousands of remote roles. Just get ready to perform some serious testing, because there can be overwhelming numbers of remote jobs offered on this website.

10. Idealist

Remote work allows some of us to connect and assist groups that could be out of reach. At Idealist, you can scan the remote jobs and locate hundreds of remote chances through which you can assist the world better irrespective of whether your focus is education, health and medicine or community development.

11. TravelMassive

TravelMassive is an industry leading portal and resource. If you want to discover the world and pay for your way, try checking out TM for remote jobs which fit your style. Although many of the remote possibilities at this site are located regionally, the quest for “remote” provides various types of results, from market management to sales and development.

12. Upwork

Upwork is probably one of the best known for a freelancer in today’s industry. Almost every potential independent niche exists on this website, but be advised that it takes a 20% decrease before a regular customer relation is established. If you won’t get as much from remote concerts, then you will be able to hone your chops in a well-curated marketplace if you are a beginner.

13. CraigsList

Although the security of a customer website may not be available, Craigslist is packed with remote jobs, including full-time, part-time, remote roles, and even more gig-based remote work. Here’s a trick if you want to go to the corresponding Craigslist for the big cities and look for the remote work posted.

14. HubStaffTalent

HubstaffTalent has established a strong reputation by combining high-quality organizations with high-talented remote work. Like LinkedIn, a (free) profile is created and you may browse all the new remote jobs posted every day. Some professions (such as “Instagram specialists”) start as little as a few bucks an hour, but reach up to 6 figures, thus this remote workplace is also a terrific resource for individuals who need a fast side rush.

15. Angel List

In order to make an enthusiastic, up-and-coming business happen to you in the ground floor, Angel List is one of the best remote websites. Startup enterprises of all kinds are looking for distant talent on AngelList. The great characteristics of this remote worksite are secrecy and wage transparency (only the companies you apply for know you are looking for jobs) (each remote job posting includes annual salary in the header).

16. Remotive

The Remote Jobs Board is quite conventional in that all categories, including marketing, can be easily searched. It’s easy to see if a job has been posted, where it is and under what kind of specialty. What distinguishes this site is that it is also a community (not unlike SolidGigs). Remotive’s developer uses bi-monthly newsletters, interviews, and webinars to provide essential information and advise to his community with the aim of helping everyone get better distant employment. It’s free to join, not to mention!

17. SolidGigs

The focus of this site is certainly on people looking for contractual and more gig-style remote work, but SolidGigs is the one people can personally assert very strongly for those of them who relate with it.

As a freelance player, time equals money, the staff of SolidGigs have made it their duty to help people streamline hunting. The SG team works with dozens of freelance boards and every week sends people the finest 1% to their inbox.

18. Jobspresso

It is amazing to see that each remote job in Jobspresso is hand-picked and scanned from a scrutineering staff, even if a quick search through their work boards shows how they can achieve it. Companies who post their jobs on Jobspresso can pay for their listings, and can move up to the top of remote job boards. While this may reject “latest” search accuracy, the high-quality jobs that are available seem to be a tiny inconvenient.

19. The Muse

The interface of The Muse is quite amazing. By setting the filter “Location” to “Flexible / Remote,” you will find remote jobs that do all from online ESL educational events to project management and sales roles where you can test your CRM chops. In the world of remote jobs, the Muse is particularly unique: it offers individual professional coaching access, online training to help you get ready for challenges such as dealing with offers for your remote jobs and detailed company profiles on the websites of remote job advertisers.

20. Outsourcely

For anyone seeking full time remote jobs Outsourcely is an amazing resource. You will put yourself in the direct view of companies that aim to foster long term relationships, not just gig-based projects by creating a profile on this remote platform.

Igbo-Ora is one of Nigeria’s most astonishing finds. While Europe has approximately 16 twins for every 1,000 births and the United States has approximately 33 twins per 1,000 births, statistics from research carried out between 1972 and 1982 by British gynecologist Patrick Nylander revealed an average of 45 to 50 sets of twins per 1,000 live births in the southwest. According to a BBC story, there are approximately 158 twins per 1,000 babies in Igbo-Ora, the world’s twin capital, compared to 5 twins per 1,000 newborns in Europe.

Nigeria's twin town ponders cause of multiple births | Reuters

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The town, located around 80 kilometers from Lagos, is a peaceful town in Oyo state with a modest style of life populated primarily by farmers and traders. Igbo-Ora is known as the Twin Capital of the World, and it has a stone plinth to prove it.
Because Igbo-Ora has the highest number of twin births in the world, wandering around the town may give you the impression that you are seeing double. Almost every home contains at least one set of twins.

The conception and birth of two children from the same pregnancy is still uncommon. Because it is impossible to anticipate whether a woman will have twins, it is also considered a rare occurrence. Igbo-Ora, on the other hand, makes one wonder if there is, after all, a secret to having twins.
Twin births have also been seen in Kodinji, India, and Candido Godoi, Brazil. While some speculate that the births are attributable to genetics, research suggests that the multiple births may be related to the dietary habits of the women in the region.

Cassava is quite popular in the Yoruba cuisine since it may be eaten in a variety of ways such as Amala, Garri, Fufu, and so on. This is in addition to the other stews that are unique to the Yoruba people. A study conducted at the University of Lagos Teaching Hospital into multiple twin births discovered a high amount of a chemical contained in the peelings of specific cassava and yam tubers.
This was also observed in women.

According to a BBC interview from 2001, a specialist gynecologist who had seen many of the multiple births at the hospital stated, “These drugs are frequently linked to the discharge of more than one egg, which usually leads to twin pregnancies.”

This implies that there may be an environmental element promoting the high concentration of this chemical compound.

Numerous studies have indicated that the tuber diet consumed by Yoruba women, particularly the peelings, includes a high concentration of these chemical compounds. These women have an abnormally high concentration of these substances in their bodies, which induce the release of more than one egg. There are compelling reasons to believe in this idea.

“The chief of the Igbo-Ora community, on the other hand, has attributed the births to the soup they eat with these tubers, saying:
“We consume a lot of okra leaf or Ilasa soup. We also consume a lot of yam, and both diets have an impact on multiple births.”

People ascribed the predominance of twins in Igbo-Ora to a meal known as Amala and Ilasa, morsels of meals that consist of blended yam powder (agida) and okra left broth. Yams contain gonadotrophins, a substance that helps women develop multiple eggs.

On October 9, 2021, the historical city of Igbo-Ora will erupt once more as people from all walks of life descend on the old town to celebrate the annual Igbo-Ora World Twins Festival.

The event is organized by Twins World Creations in collaboration with the Igbo-Ora Community Foundation to highlight the community’s tourist and cultural potential, both of which are worthy of inclusion in the Guinness Book of Records.

The attendance of about 3000 set of twins from various regions of the country, as well as the typical appearance of the Alaafin of Oyo/grand patron of the festival, Eleruwa of Eruwa, and certain traditional leaders from Oyo, distinguishes the yearly event.

In addition, Taiwo and Kehinde Oguntoye, the Ibadan, Oyo State-born twin ambassadors and festival initiators, confirmed that being twins has brought them a lot of positive things while stating that the festival aims to affect the state and Nigeria at large.

According to them, “we believe that the twin celebration can be leveraged to strengthen Nigeria’s economy.” This means that twins can be used to promote and expand Igbo-Ora’s tourism capacity.

This festival, which began ten years ago as the Naija Twins Festival, was recently repackaged for global participation. Thus, the World Twins Festival is intended to position Oyo State as the world’s foremost twin tourism destination, to initiate the development of the twin festival as a unique sponsorship property, and to create activity around Igbo-Ora in order to attract pilgrimage to the “land of twins.”

They went on to say that the main problem for twins in Nigeria is finance related, because most families with twins do not have the financial means to take proper care of them.

The festival’s theme this year is “Twinning for Global Medical Breakthrough.” It is dedicated to the medical staff at the National Medical Centre in Abuja who successfully separated the conjoined Martins twins in 2020.

According to a statement issued by the festival’s global organizers, Ambassadors Taiwo and Kehinde Oguntoye, the gathering will be devoted to the celebration and promotion of the multi-functional twinning cultural tradition of Igbo-Ora (the Land of Twins), with the festival lasting for one week beginning on Sunday, October 3, with a special church thanksgiving service at the Methodist Church, Igbo-Ora.

Other activities include a twins debate competition among twin-students in junior and senior secondary schools in Ibarapa land, a twins traditional/cultural games day on October 7, which will feature a community exhibition of local games for twins, a twin parade, circus performances, a twins talent show, and other energetic performances by participating twins.


It is unsurprising that when it comes to famous footballers, everything around them is inspected and noticed, including their dress and hairstyles. Footballer hairstyles are one of the most contentious issues in their profession. Many unique hairstyles have become iconic markers for footballers over the years.
When the new season begins, the 90-minute competition will deliver you fashionable hairstyles. Players might be classic, elegant, wacky, or even shocking.

Check out some of the worst haircuts in football history:

1. George Berry

George Berry on Cyrille Regis: 'He was a shining light' | Daily Mail Online

Football Focus readers voted George Berry as Stoke City’s all-time hero. After leaving his first club, Wolves, he stayed for eight years, from 1982 to 1990. Berry had previously assisted Wolves in winning the 1980 League Cup.

He achieved notable success in both football and business. He was known for his unusual afro hairstyle.

The afro has an aura, and it was the ideal style for football players of various origins. Berry joked that it would be a shame to bring up his afro and beard.


2. David Seaman

David Seaman reveals he STILL has his ponytail at home in weird new video -  Mirror Online

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Arsene Wenger lost his life trying for a replacement for goalkeeper David Seaman, and he is one of three defense representatives voted in the top ten players in Arsenal history.

He is well-known not only for his superb ball-holding abilities, but also for his ponytail. A pudgy face and a ponytail helped him become one of the top goalkeepers for many years, keeping clean sheets.

The former goalie, on the other hand, sold his hair for 10,000 pounds to raise funds for charity. He donated the entire sum to Bobbi Moor’s foundation, which is dedicated to researching cancer disorders in the United Kingdom.


3. Jason Lee

Jason Lee says Baddiel and Skinner abuse 'went too far' after blackface and  crude jokes - Daily Star

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Jason Lee had established a name for himself in English football by the mid-1990s, having played for 22 different clubs. Unfortunately, he may be remembered more for his hairdo than for his performances on the field.

Jason Lee’s hair looks like he’s got a pineapple growing on his head. It may be unjust that Lee is recognized more for his horrifying hairstyle than for his dedicated work efforts. When someone made fun of his haircuts, he took it personally and saw it as racial prejudice.

4. Rodrigo Palacio

What is going on with Rodrigo Palacio's rat-tail hairdo? | For The Win

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Rodrigo Palacio and his mouse tail deserve to be ranked seventh on the list of the most unusual hairstyles of all time. In 2005, the Bologna striker joined Argentina’s national squad. With his frequent appearances in all competitions and a rising number of goals, he appears to be a time traveler.

Rodrigo Palacio created a big impression at the 2014 FIFA World Cup with his 70cm rat-tail. The rat-tail cut is located off-center of his back-middle of his head and is usually braided. On the field, his hair looked like an uneven rat-tail, according to many football fans.


5. Benoit Assou-Ekotto

Benoit Assou-Ekotto - News, views, gossip, pictures, video - Irish Mirror  Online

Benoit Assou-Ekotto has been a member of the Tottenham Hotspur team since 2006. After impressing in the 2009 League Cup final, he won the starting left-back position with Tottenham Hotspur.

The footballer’s hairdo is frightening, resembling an electric shock. Assou-unusual Ekotto’s hairdo has contributed to his growing popularity. He may even serve as a public service announcement to avoid using electrical equipment immediately after washing his hands.
He is provocative and defies stereotypes, yet he is also funny and honest. It elevates him to the position of most interested Premier League player in London.

6. Gervinho

Does this former Liverpool and Newcastle United man have the worst haircut  in Premier League history? - Football Shirt Collective

Gervinho is a soccer player from Ivory Coast. He is now a striker for Serie A side Parma and has represented the Ivory Coast national team. Gervinho went from being a clown at Arsenal to an expert who blew his opportunity to becoming a special card in the hands of Coach Rudi Garcia at Roma.

Unfortunately, people frequently refer to him as having strange hairstyles and wearing a characteristic headband. Gervinho attempted to conceal his baldness by donning a huge scarf. It’s difficult to envision an Ivorian footballer without it.

7. Bacary Sagna

Bacary Sagna | Hair styles, Cool haircuts, Braided hairstyles

Bacary Sagna is a French footballer who has mostly played for the France national team. In addition, he is the finest right-back in the Premier League and can even play center-back or wing-back.
Fans are interested in his personal life in addition to his professional career. 
Because of his vividly bleached pigtails, he was easy to detect on the pitch. Because of his blindingly yellow bleached braids, he was easy to spot on the grass.

8. David Beckham

David Beckham's Best Haircuts | SoccerGator

It’s incredible that a man who is regarded as a global fashion icon disappointed the audience because of his braided hair. When the attractive man emerged with his awful hair, the entire world was taken aback. His unique hairstyle will undoubtedly be a lasting memory in his life. Beckham has also stated that he regrets his hairdo. He has since reverted to a more palatable style.


9. Ronaldo Nazario

SportMob – Ronaldo apologizes to 'all mothers' for 2002 'horrible haircut'

Ronaldo Luis Nazario de Lima (born 18 September 1976) is a Brazilian businessman, the president of La Liga club Real Valladolid, and a retired professional footballer who played as a striker.

During the 2002 World Cup, Ronaldo opted to shave everything on his head but that bit of hair, making a mockery of men all over the world and one of football’s worst haircuts ever, similar to Gervinho, who saw their hairline gradually recede to their foreheads.

Some would claim that winning the golden boot and sending Brazil to win the trophy resulted in one of the worst haircuts in football history.

10. Taribo West’s Braids

Taribo West: "I only have Inter in my heart. Moratti? Extraordinary person  and president. My age? 44, it's the truth!" — FedeNerazzurra

Every time he came onto the pitch for Nigeria, the defender was known to have green braids of varying lengths and shapes. Throughout his career, he changed them to match the colors of his club teams, making him look like a worn-out kitchen mop.

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For many years, the development of mobile apps has been at the heart of technical progress. A company that wants to assure good engagement from mobile platforms must create their own app and provide an excellent user experience.

Following the advancements in the digital arena, various apps are being released in the app store and play store on a regular basis.
These mobile apps are intended to make life easier by serving a variety of functions such as business, lifestyle, entertainment, education, games, and others.

Mobile apps are assisting enterprises, institutions, and companies in remaining relevant and competitive in the face of an ever-growing market, a recent offshoot of modern technologies, and altering customer behavior.
Millions of people throughout the world have found that mobile apps have made their lives easier.

A few years ago, Nigerians relied primarily on smartphone apps made outside of the country.
However, the scenario has changed because Nigerian developers have created a variety of apps that are geared exclusively for their intended clients.

We have compiled a list of the top ten most used mobile applications by Nigerians based on recent trends and they are as follows:

1. WhatsApp

WhatsApp - latest news, breaking stories and comment - The Independent

This is the most popular chat program designed as a replacement for text messages or voice conversations that span borders. Facebook owns this instant messaging software.

2. Audiomack

Audiomack Partners Transsion to Drive Investment in Entertainment |  Business Post Nigeria

Audiomack is a free music sharing and discovery software that is popular in Nigeria and is accessible for Android users to download. It distributes a large number of tracks by Nigerian artists.

3. Abeg

All You Need to Know About Abeg, the BBNaija Headline Sponsor | The NATIVE

This is a social payment network that allows people to make and receive money as well as support peer-to-peer transfers. Abeg technologies made this app. It’s popularity has been helped by the fact that they are sponsors of the current Big Brother Naija season.

4. TikTok

Can you guess what is world's most downloaded social media app this year?

During the Covid-19 pandemic in early 2020, the video-based social app gained popularity. Tiktok lite was designed for consumers who can’t afford the hefty prices of internet bundles.

5. Memory Cleaner/Speed Increaser

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Essential Tools built this app. It basically frees up space and increases the memory capacity of your mobile device.

6. Opay

What's different about OPay in Nigeria? - Dignited

Opay is mostly utilized for bill payment, funds transfer through POSs, and other financial transactions.

7. Facebook

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Facebook is a messaging and social network platform founded by Mark Zuckerberg. The app helps to connect people all over the world and one can even apply for job roles as there are Job advertising sites on the platform.


8. Instagram

Instagram announces new changes to the timeline based on feedback - news

Instagram is a social media platform where people go to showcase a diverse range of activities. Nigerians usually check out the platform to be up to date with the activities of their favorite celebrities and gossips.

9. Jumia

This is Nigeria’s most popular e-commerce site.

10. Clubhouse

Clubhouse is a social audio software that can hold thousands of people and allows them to communicate via audio conversations.

Users can engage in live chats with themselves, as well as send voice messages and listen to other people.

While having a perfectly clean home can be nice, the process of keeping your home spotless is seldom fun. Luckily, there are countless neat cleaning products out there that can help get your home back to pristine condition in less time than you ever thought possible.

1. Cleaning Towels FIXSMITH Microfiber Cleaning Cloth - Pack of 8, Size: 12 x 16  in, Multi-Functional Cleaning Towels, Highly Absorbent Cleaning Rags,  Lint-Free, Streak-Free Cleaning Cloths for Car Kitchen Home Office. : Health

Do you want to clean your house without using a ton of paper towels? These machine washable microfiber towels are the most convenient way to keep your space neat without misusing paper towels.

2. Cleaning Gloves

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One of the most germ-free things in your home seems to be the thing you clean it with: your sponge. However, with these reusable and easy-to-sanitize cleaning gloves, you can get crisp dishes in no time with less waste and fewer manners.

3. Dust Cleaning Gel TICARVE Cleaning Gel for Car Detailing Putty Car Vent Cleaner  Cleaning Putty Gel Auto Detailing Tools Car Interior Cleaner Dust Cleaning  Mud for Cars and Keyboard Cleaner Gel Cleaning Slime Purple :

Compressed air is cool and all, but sometimes it just fails to attract that really stuck-on dirt that ends up on the keyboard and other frequently used surfaces. With a very efficient gel cleanser, you will have all the satisfaction of playing with the slime and the pleasure of seeing the dirt disappear on your devices and other surfaces.

4. Vacuum Cleaner

BowAI 3-in-1 Smart Robot Vacuum Cleaner - 1200Pa, 28W

Vacuuming can be essential in keeping floors and carpets clean, but few of us appreciate the time we spend dragging our heavy, bulky vacuums around the house. This is where smart robot vacuums come in. This vacuum does all the work for you, picking up dirt and debris from your floors while avoiding denting your furniture, thanks to its advanced sensor technology.

5. Dishwasher Cleaner

Tesco Dishwasher Cleaner 250Ml - Tesco Groceries

You probably use your dishwasher to clean your dishes, but who among us really takes the time to clean the machine while doing all the work? Since researchers have found everything from mold to harmful bacteria in dishwashers, it’s important that they clean themselves as well.

Luckily, this Tesco dishwasher cleaner does all the work for you. Just put the bottle in the dishwasher, start the machine and in no time, the environment will be cleaner and more hygienic.

The world we live in today has experienced brutal leaders that have caused chaos, suffering and pandemonium during their reign. It was generally known that during these dreadful times, the rate of people who died far exceeded those who died due to natural causes. Without much ado, we bring to you the most brutal dictators in the world’s history:

1. Genghis Khan 1162-1227

How Genghis Khan cooled the planet

Genghis Khan during his time assumed the position of a Mongol emperor who joined the military ranks at a tender age of 20 years. One would think this was done to defend the monglian empire rather, he went on to become evil, killing his father as well as all males of tartar origin who were 3 feet and above in height.

Genghis defeated the Naiman tribe and his army used the survivors as shield for their battles. He died a horrific death in 1227 as some though said the cause of his death was sickness.

2. Idi Amin 1923-1928

Idi Amin - Death, Uganda & Facts - HISTORY

Idi Amin was known for working for the British Army, Ugandan politician, military officer and was President of Uganda from 1971 to 1979. He is known as the “Butcher of Uganda”. During his reign, his enemies/opponents were imprisoned, tortured or killed.

Between 100,000 and 500,000 Ugandans were murdered during his reign of terror. He ordered Asians to leave Uganda and blamed them for the country’s great economic crisis and called them “economic war”.

He is known to have killed and tortured people in every brutal way possible. The women also suffered extreme torture, rape and ultimately death. He is the most dangerous and cruel leader who became Uganda’s worst nightmare.

3. Mao TseTung 1893-1976

Mao Tse Tung Quotes. QuotesGram

Mao Zedong or Mao TseTung is said to be the founding father of the People’s Republic of China, the most brutal dictator in history. His policies and his government have killed and caused the deaths of 49 million people at the top of their brutality and evil list.

He launched programs such as the Cultural Revolution and the Great Leap Forward which resulted in the deaths of around 20 million people by starvation. About 2 to 3 million people have been systematically killed by his regime.

4. Josef Stalin 1878-1953

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Joseph Vissarionovich Stalin led the Soviet Union as dictator from 1920 to 1953. He is said to be the cause of death of over 23 million people and is the most perverts of world history. After Lenin’s death in 1924, Stalin became the new leader of the Soviet Union.

His “five-year economic plan” hit the country and caused severe famine by forcing all working class people to join the state agricultural cooperative. In Ukraine alone, this has resulted in around 3 million deaths.

Those who opposed the peasant cooperative saw their land seized or brutally killed or deported. The survivors were taken to work camps comparable to Nazi concentration camps.
These labor camps led them to work until they died of hunger and disease. “Great Purge” is what they called, where anyone who opposed Stalin was killed.

5. Saddam Hussein 1937-2006
Saddam Hussein Was Executed 10 Years Ago Today | World Report | US News

Saddam Hussein was the dictator of Iraq from 1979 to 2003. During his reign he authorized countless attacks on people. His policies resulted in the deaths of as many as 2 million people. He ordered chemical attacks, eye extortion, beatings and severe brutal attacks on people.

He also recorded several tortures and deaths to be watched later for sadistic pleasure. Saddam was convicted of crimes against humanity and hanged in 2006. His hanging was also widely televised.

6. Adolf Hitler 1889-1945

9 Things You Might Not Know About Adolf Hitler | Britannica

Adolf Hitler known for his Nazi Party as well as his atrocities and brutality during his dictatorial rule. He was a German politician, founder of the Nazi Party and was also Chancellor of Germany from 1933 to 1945.

He became directly responsible for the brutal torture and murder of some 17 million people. He planned and carried out the extermination of the majority of Jews whom they found unsuited to his nationalist agenda.

Anyone who was against and opposed to his government was put in concentration camps and brutally killed with poison gas chambers. It consisted mainly of Jews followed by Christians, Gypsies, women, children and the mentally handicapped.

7. Benito Mussolini 1883-1945

January 3 In History: Benito Mussolini Declares Himself As Italian Dictator

Mussolini was a ruthless dictator of Italy as he began to disintegrate the institutions of the democratic government and in 1925 he became “il Duce” or “il capo” of Italy. In 1936, Mussolini forged an alliance with Nazi leader Adolf Hitler in which he introduced anti-Semitic policies in Italy.

In April 1945, already ousted from power, Mussolini tried to escape the approach of Allied forces, but was shot down by anti-fascists and hanged upside down in a Milanese square.

8. Vlad the Impaler 1428-1476

Vlad the Impaler: The real Dracula was absolutely vicious

Vlad III, known as Vlad the Impaler also known as Vlad Dracula. As he was known, he enjoyed torturing his victim in the most horrific ways, such as piercing his victims with a wooden or metal pole inserted vertically so that the victims could suffer and die slowly.

It wasn’t the only horrific act against his victims that he appreciated. He hammered nails to pierce the victim’s head, burn alive, roast, behead and countless brutal psychopathic acts.

It is said in the story that he killed thousands of people, although this is small compared to the atrocities of other dictators, but he ranks quite high in the reputation for cruelty. Vlad was murdered in 1477.

9. Kim II Sung 1912-1994


How North Korea's Kim Il Sung was shaped by the USSR - Russia Beyond

Kim II Sung was a Communist dictator of North Korea and was president from 1972 to 1994. Historical reports say he claimed the lives of around 3 million people. He executed the murder of all the officers and rivals who fought with him in the Korean War.

During this period, his regime captured around 200,000 political prisoners and executed them in concentration camps. He was famous for killing anyone who spoke out against the regime or even a small mistake that could knock his photo down to the ground.

10. General Sani Abacha 1943-1998

Nigerians remember brutal dictator, Sani Abacha, 20 years after death

Sani Abacha’s infamous exploits are still mentioned even after his death. He plundered Nigeria so much that the money to be recovered which is cut in several banks is still enormous. He canceled an election and tried to be president for life until his death. His five-year regime was characterized by terror and human abuse.

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The smallest countries in the world are those with the fewest square kilometers within the country’s official borders. In order from the smallest to the least smallest, here are the top five smallest countries on the planet. Keep in mind that the list starts with the smallest country, Vatican City, and ends with San Marino as the fifth smallest country in the world.

1. Vatican City

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Vatican City is a country that receives a lot of misinformation in informal conversations. If you take the capital of the United States and compare it to Vatican City, you will understand why Vatican City is not automatically considered a country. You see, the capital of the United States of America is Washington D.C.

The District of Columbia is not a separate state, but rather DC is a federal district. So when it comes to defining Vatican City, a similar title comes into play, and the Vatican is not always recognized by its official status as a country. Instead, the Vatican is considered a city, which is a misconception rooted in the fact that the name of the country contains the word city.

But try not to let the common misconception about the Vatican convince you otherwise because Vatican City is, in fact, a country. It is also the smallest country in the world. Vatican City is a country that encompasses less than a square mile in all. This fact is a contributing factor to the inaccurate assumptions so often made about Vatican City.

With a total area of approximately zero point seventeen square miles of land, Vatican City not only has the smallest total area of all time, but the population density of Vatican City is also extremely shocking.

By taking the population of this country and dividing it by the sum of the square miles within the borders of the country, we can determine how many people there are compared to the amount of land.

The population size of Vatican City is currently estimated at around a thousand people, which means that the thousand people residing in Vatican City face the reality of crushing less than a third of a mile of land.

Vatican City Statistics:
• Area: 0.19 square miles (0.49 km²)
• Population: 825
• Year of foundation: 1929
• Official language: Italian

2. Monaco

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Monaco is a country located along from the coast of the always beautiful Côte d’Azur. As a destination country for people with more money than they know what to do, Monaco is full of parties, gambling, shopping and fun galore. Located very close to France and positioned on the shores of the Mediterranean Sea, Monaco is the second smallest country in the world.

The country of Monaco is only 0.81m2 in size which is hard to believe given the constant tourist activities and hectic adventures. Despite Monaco’s very small physical size, the European country remains a favorite among those with the cash to spend.

Monaco Statistics:
• Area: 0.81 square miles (2.1 km²)
• Population: 38,300
• Year of foundation: 1297
• Official language: French

3. Nauru

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The lesser-known island of Nauru is a country in its own right, which is a surprising truth when you consider how small this island country is.

Geographically close to Australia and the Pacific Ocean, Nauru is part of the Australian mainland although it is not connected to the Australian mainland.

Nauru is a country that is only eight point one square mile high, making it not only the third smallest country in the world, but also the smallest island country in all that exists.

Statistics of Nauru:
• Area: 21 km²
• Population: 10,670
• Year of foundation: 1968
• Official languages: English, Nauruan

4. Tuvalu

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Tuvalu, formerly known as the Ellice Islands, is an island country located about halfway between Hawaii and Australia. The country is made up of nine individual islands, of which three are coral islands and six are atolls.

Due to its remoteness, Tuvalu is one of the most visited countries in the world with around 2,000 visitors per year. If Tuvalu is now the fourth smallest country in the world, it risks being overwhelmed by rising sea levels.

This is because the country’s highest point is only 15 feet above sea level. There has been talk of moving the population to Fiji or New Zealand, two neighboring countries that have strong foreign relations with Tuvalu, if that should happen. It might interest you to know that Tuvalu does not accept credit cards and relies exclusively on cash.

Tuvalu Statistics:
• Area: 10 square miles (26 km²)
• Population: 11,192
• Year of foundation: 1978
• Official languages: English, Tuvaluan

5. San Marino

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San Marino is a micro state which is completely landlocked in Italy. A stonemason, who later became known as San Marino, founded the country. It has a high wealth when it comes to GDP per capita.

San Marino Statistics:
• Area: 60 square kilometers
• Population: 33,938
• Year of Foundation: 301 AD
• Official Language: Italian


We all know we live in a world were sports has evolved to be one of the biggest money making industries on the planet. As a result of this, there have been some outstanding individuals in their respective fields who have reaped the rewards of their hard work and sweat and are now making money moves today.

Below are the top 7 athletes who have earned at least a billion U.S. dollars in their career:


7. Leo Messi


Net Worth: $400 million

Total Career Earnings: $1 billion

Messi became just the second footballer in history to achieve the feat of earning a billion dollars while still active as a player. He has played for Barcelona for the most part of his career and earns a whooping sum of over 100 million dollars yearly at his new club PSG. Part of his wealth also comes from endorsements such as Pepsi, Adidas and Konami as he has gotten over 34 million dollars through these endorsements.

6. Cristiano Ronaldo

Net Worth: $500 million

Total Career Earnings: $1 billion

Cristiano Ronaldo who currently plays for Manchester United is the third athlete after Tiger Woods and Floyd Mayweather to hit the $1 billion earnings mark while still actively competing.

According to Forbes, $650 million of Ronaldo’s career earnings have come from his salary as he has played for various clubs including Machester United, Real Madrid and Juventus. The rest of his earnings comes off the pitch, with Forbes saying he earned around $45 million via endorsements in the past year. Among the most notable of his off-court pursuits is his lifetime contract with Nike, which according to Forbes, only Michael Jordan and LeBron James also have.


5. Floyd Mayweather

Net Worth: $400 million
Total Career Earnings: $1.1 billion
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Floyd Mayweather earned $500 million from just two fights. He made $250 million for fighting Manny Pacquiao in 2015 and $300 million taking on MMA superstar Conor McGregor in 2017. Mayweather has been dominating the sport of boxing for more than two decades.

Floyd’s first professional fight occurred on October 11, 1996. He knocked out his opponent, Roberto Apodaca, in the second round. During his career, Floyd went on to win an unprecedented six boxing championships in five different weight classes: Super Featherweight, Lightweight, Junior Welterweight, Welterweight twice, and Super Welterweight.

During his peak boxing years, Floyd was consistently (and by far) the highest-paid athlete in the world. Floyd could easily earn $150 – $300 million a year when he was fighting. Between June 2014 and June 2015, Floyd earned a mind-boggling $300 million. Between June 2017 and June 2018, Floyd earned a total of $300 million, mostly thanks to his fight against McGregor. He is the wealthiest boxer in history.

4. Jack Nicklaus

Net Worth: $400 million

Total Golf Earnings: $5.6 million
Total Career Earnings: $1.15 billion

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Jack Nicklaus popularly known as The Golden Bear, is widely considered to be the greatest golfer of all time. He won 18 major championships over 25 years. During his pro career, Nicklaus focused on the Masters, U.S. Open, Open Championship, and PGA Championship while also playing a selective schedule of PGA Tour events.

He finished his PGA career with 73 victories. Nicklaus formally retired from pro golf in 1996 even though he continued to play occasionally for another decade.

Even though it has been a long time since Nicklaus made the bulk of his income from playing golf, don’t call the Golden Bear retired. In fact, he is far from retirement. He founded Nicklaus Design nearly 50 years ago and has designed more than 380 golf courses in 36 countries. But course design is just one part of Nicklaus’s empire.

He has a line of golf balls and, like his former rival Arnold Palmer, has licensed his name to the AriZona Beverage company for a branded lemonade. He’s also got endorsement and marketing deals with a number of companies including Perry Ellis and Rolex.

Speaking of his AriZona beverage deal, Nicklaus made sure he had his old rival Arnold Palmer’s blessing before entering into the licensing deal. Palmer signed with the company first and Nicklaus didn’t want to step on his toes, so to speak.

3. Arnold Palmer

Net Worth: $700 million
Total Golf Earnings: $3.6 million
Total Career Earnings: $1.35 billion

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Arnold Palmer earned a scant $3.6 million in prize money during his 52 years playing golf on the PGA Tour and the Senior Tour. While $3.6 million is a decent amount of money, it’s not really enough to sustain Palmer and his family for the 43 years between his last win and his September 2016 death at 87.
Fortunately, Palmer was a savvy guy. At his peak he made more than $40 million a year thanks to endorsements, licensing agreements, and 500 retail stores selling Arnold Palmer branded clothing and footwear in Asia.

After his career in golf ended, Palmer turned himself into the ultimate pitchman. He had dozens of endorsements with companies that included Cadillac, Hertz, Pennzoil, and others. In 2014, Rolex extended its deal with Palmer for another 10 years. At the time the legendary golfer was 85-years-old and had been in a partnership with the watchmaker for half a century.

Golfers are an attractive option for businesses and brands looking for a spokesperson. Golf traditionally reaches a demographic with high levels of disposable income. Golfers also have a much longer career than say, your typical NFL player. Golf is also internationally popular.
In addition to endorsements, Palmer in the 1970s founded a golf course design firm. He was also instrumental in founding the Golf Channel and owned the Bay Hill Golf Course in Orlando, Florida for more than 40 years.

As Palmer got into his 80s, Palmer’s team focused on licensing deals such as lending his name to a line of drinks with the AriZona Beverage Co. that generates $200 million a year for the company—which is one-fourth of the company’s revenues – and several million annually for Palmer himself.

Palmer created the model that every athlete wants to follow. He had a long, successful, lucrative career in his sport, and then he went out and made about 240 times more money in the 43 years between his last professional golf game and his death. Arnold Palmer died in September 2016 at the age of 87.

2. Tiger Woods

Net Worth: $800 million
Total Winnings from Golf: $120 million
Total Career Earnings: $1.5 billion

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It’s unclear if Tiger Woods will ever recover and play golf again professionally after his horrific February car crash. Over the course of his professional golf career to date, Woods has earned more than $1.5 billion. He is the highest earning golfer of all time. He was also the highest-earning celebrity year in and year out for many years.

Woods turned pro in August 1996 and was named “Sports Illustrated’s” 1996 Sportsman of the Year and PGA Tour Rookie of the Year. On April 13, 1997, he won his first major, the Masters, and became the tournament’s youngest winner, at age 21. Two months later, he set the record for the fastest ascent to No. 1 in the Official World Golf Rankings.

Woods was the dominant force in golf from 2000 to 2010. He was the top-ranked golfer in the world from August 1999 to September 2004 (264 weeks) and again from June 2005 to October 2010 (281 weeks). During this time, he won 13 of golf’s major championships. The next decade of Woods’ career was marked by comebacks from personal problems and injuries.

Woods fell to number 58 in the world rankings in November 2011 before ascending again to the No.1 ranking between March 2013 and May 2014. Woods competed in only one tournament between August 2015 and January 2018, and he dropped off the list of the world’s top 1,000 golfers due to the four back surgeries he had between 2014 and 2017.

On his return to regular competition, Woods made steady progress to the top of the game, winning his first tournament in five years at the Tour Championship in September 2018 and his first major in 11 years at the 2019 Masters.

1. Michael Jordan

Net Worth: $2.2 billion
Total NBA Salary: $93.7 million
Average Annual Income Today: $100 million

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As of this writing, Michael Jordan is worth an impressive $2.2 billion. Obviously that’s not from his many years as the dominant player in the NBA. During his 15 years in the NBA, Jordan made just $93.7 million in salary.

He was the first athlete in history to earn more than $30 million a year, which happened way back in the 1996-1997 season when he made a base salary of $30.14 million.

For the 1997-1998 seasons, he made $33.14 million, which adjusted for inflation is equal to more than $53 million. Jordan continues to earn at least $100 million a year from endorsements and other business ventures.

The bulk of Jordan’s $2.2 billion net worth is due to his ownership of the NBA’s Charlotte Hornets. He was a minority investor in the team starting in 2006 and took control of the team in 2010. Jordan’s timing in buying majority control of the Hornets could not have been better.

When he was approved for the deal in March 2010, the franchise was valued at $175 million. Since that time, NBA values have skyrocketed. He owns about 90% of the franchise, which was most recently valued at a minimum of $1.5 billion.

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Do you ever sit down and think how many churches and religious organizations are there in the entire world?
For as many Christians as possible, a church is where they all meet to worship and serve the living God, but some of these churches/religious organizations are extremely rich and if you ever wanted to know about the richest churches/ religious organizations in the world. Then you are in the right place.
Here are churches/religious organizations that are worth billions of dollars at the moment.

1. The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints

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The church of Jesus Christ of latter day saints also known as the Mormon Church or LDS Church is considered the richest church in the world with an outstanding net worth of over $71 billion (and growing).
The church was founded by Joseph Smith 0n April 6th 1830 and is located in the heart of the United States of America. Joseph Smith was the first prophet of the church. The current prophet and leader is Rusell M. Nelson.

The church receives thousands of visitors from all over the world not only on its normal service day like Sundays but literally every single day of the week.


2. Catholic Church Vatican

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Catholic Church Vatican has an amazing interior design. The church is popularly known as Rome.
The Catholic Church Vatican is where the current Pope (Pope Francis) stays as the leader of the church. It is the center of all the catholic churches in the world.
The Catholic Church Vatican has an estimated net worth of $33 billion.

3. Church of England

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The Church of England which is commonly known as the Anglican Church has been recognized by the whole world and is always growing huge as years go by.

As from the name, Church of England, you can tell that the church is an England based church even though it has thousands of branches worldwide.

The Church of England has its headquarters in the UK. Her Majesty the Queen is the Supreme Governor of the Church of England and hence their leader.

The church is estimated to have a net worth of around $10 billion dollars as of this year.

4. Opus Dei

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Located in Italy, the Opus Dei is among the richest churches in the world of all times.
The Opus Dei has an established net worth of $3.7 billion dollars.
Fernando Ocariz Brana is the current prelate of opus dei and hence the one at the top.

5. Church of Scientology

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Church of Scientology is also among the richest churches in the world today.
The church has its official headquarters in the United States of America. David Miscavige is the current leader of the Church of Scientology.
Church of Scientology is said to have a whipping general net worth of $3 billion dollars.

6. Episcopalian Church

St. John's Episcopal Church, Boulder, CO

The New York based Church; Episcopalian Church was separated from the Church of England immediately after the American Revolution happened. Michael Curry is the current presiding bishop of the Episcopalian Church.
The Episcopalian church has grown rapidly since then and it is now standing at an estimated net worth of $2.4 billion dollars and the revenue is still growing.

7. Freemasonry

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While many might argue that the freemasonry is not really a church, that might be true in some extent but the organization Freemasonry operates basically just like a normal religious organisation. This is why we have included it in the list of the richest churches/religious organisations in the world.

The freemasonry does not necessarily believe in God, they believe in their own ‘God’ who is not the Father of Jesus Christ. Prince Edward, Duke of Kent is the current leader of the freemasons.
The freemasonry has an estimated net worth of $1.9 billion dollars.

8. The Kenneth Copeland Ministry


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This church is owned by a person. The name of the person is the primary name of the church, Kenneth Copeland.
Kenneth Copeland, is a known Preacher and is the leader of his church as his Church ministry has an estimated net worth of not less than $950 million dollars.