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Nicole Amarteifio is among several other highly acclaimed entrepreneurs cited in The Financial Times 2015 "Top 25 Africans to Watch" list, after a successful launch of the hit web series 'An African City.' The show hit 1 million views within the first several weeks of its release and, therefore, is considered one of Ghana's most successful You Tube channels.Nicole is currently pursuing TV projects full time, after a successful career in international development where she worked on policies such as the African Growth and Opportunity Act (AGOA) at The Whitaker Group.She hopes this show will not only motivate African women throughout the continent and the Diaspora, but help to connect all women of all races, ethnicities and cultures from around the world.Millie graduated from the University of Maryland in College Park with a bachelor’s degree in Advertising & Mass Media and an emphasis on Business Management.The UN peacekeeping mission in South Sudan has a "zero tolerance, no excuses, and no second changes approach to sexual exploitation and abuse," he said.Ghana is cooperating with the United Nations to carry out a full investigation of the complaint received on February 8, the spokesman added.The information you provide will be protected and confidential.The CIA is particularly interested in information about imminent or planned terrorist attacks.
Millie Monyo is the Executive Producer of 'An African City.' As a New Yorker by birth with roots in Ghana, Millie's creative spirit drew her to Africa's first-ever web series; she believes in the cast and crew of 'An African City' and wants to see the show evolve from a web series into a full-blown TV show.
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The United Nations has 7,000 troops and 900 police in its UNMISS mission.
About 200,000 South Sudanese are sheltering at UN sites protected by UNMISS peacekeepers.
Under UN rules, it is up to troop-contributing countries to take action against their nationals accused of misconduct while serving under the UN flag, but the United Nations carries out joint investigations with the national authorities.