- Ghana did not make the top 10 safest countries to visit in Africa for the year 2019
- Rwanda and Bostwana are the first two countries to go to according to Safari Bookings and Slate Africa
- Other countries that made the cut are Namibia, Ethiopia, Lesotho Zambia
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Africa Facts Zone has published a list of top 10 African countries that are the safest in Africa to visit in 2019.
On the list, Rwanda tops other countries as Botswana, Mauritius, and Namibia get second, third, and fourth positions.
Morocco and Kenya also made the list at number sixth and 10th respectively. The list was published quoting Safari Bookings and Slate Africa as the sources.
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See the full list below:
Meanwhile, YEN earlier reported that Botswana has the best police force on the continent. The WISPI report which published the list was proposed by Mamdooh Abdelmottlep and designed by experts across the world.
Rwanda and Algeria ranked second and third on the handful list of 14 countries. Ghana made the ranking in the eighth position, while South Africa, Morocco, and Mali are numbers 9, 10, and 11 on the list.
In other news, a graduate of the University of Lagos, Abiodun Abraham, made a great input towards the fight against coronavirus in the country.
The creative man constructed a disinfectant tunnel that cleans any residue of bacteria and viruses off whoever passes through it.
This kind of machine will go a long way in ensuring personal hygiene in public places as life eases back to normal and activities become full-blown.
Recall that Abu Dhabi worked hard and smart to rid the city of coronavirus as they introduced an amazing gateway at bus stations that disinfect people as they pass through it.
The technology was installed at Abu Dhabi Central Bus Station so the spread of the virus could be contained.
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The authority in charge of transportation in the city also said that it would be setting up the same in major stations.
It should be noted that the gate works daily from 6am to 8pm and is always cleaned by a team of specialists at regular intervals.
“The ITC has followed a number of precautionary actions since the outbreak of coronavirus, including the extensive cleaning and sterilisation of public transport in order to protect the public,” a representative of the centre said.
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