Kaduna- Recovered bodies of policemen spark protest

Some police officers on Tuesday, July 17, hit the streets of Kaunda to protest the killing of two of their colleagues by some suspected bandits in Birnin-Gwari local government area of of the state The officers began the protest after the bodies of their dead colleague were recovered. While, protesting, the police officers shot sporadically into the air to register ...

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Michelle Williams of Destiny’s Child checks into Mental Health Facility to fight Depresion

Destiny’s Child singer, Michelle Williams, has voluntarily checked herself into a California mental health facility to seek help for her struggle with depression. TMZ reports that the 37-year-old singer is being treated in a facility just outside of Los Angeles and has been there for the past several days.   Michelle who has been open about her mental health struggles spoke ...

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The Croatian President Is Happily Married. Meet Her Husband (Photos)

jakov Kitarovic, the husband of the woman who won many hearts at the just concluded World Cup is a Professor of Electrical Engineering. He and his wife Kolinda Grabar-Kitarović have been married for 22 years and they have two children. Jakov Kitarović (born 4 October 1968) is the husband of Kolinda Grabar-Kitarović, the President of the Republic of Croatia, who ...

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Indian man prays to photo of US President Donald Trump every day

A 31-year-old Indian farmer identified as Bussa Krishna has idolized the president of the United States (US) Donald Trump. It was reported that the farmer has been worshiping Trump’s picture for the past three years. According to Oddity Central, Krishna hails from a remote village in Konne, India’s Telangana state and prays to a picture of Trump several times daily. ...

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Vote for me as president and I will end Boko Haram – Atiku

Former vice president, Atiku Abubakar has promised to end the lingering Boko Haram insurgency if Nigerians vote him in as president in 2019. He spoke while addressing Peoples Democratic Party supporters in Borno at the Forshams Hall, Maiduguri. He said: “Nigeria ended its civil war in only 2 and half years despite the thick forest in the south-east. I wonder ...

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Suspected herdsmen kill six traders in Taraba market

Suspected Fulani herdsmen today attacked the Iware market in Jalingo, the Taraba State capital, killing six traders.   According to The Nation, five of the victims are natives of Mayo-Lope, Lau local government area  in the state where scores were massacred and several others injured by herdsmen few days ago.   The other victim, whose name was given as Ethan ...

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Police arrest eight suspected cultists in Lagos

The  Lagos state police command have arrested eight suspected cultists including the leader of Black Axe cult group in the Ilasamaja area in the state. The suspects’ arrest followed last week’s bloody clash between members of Black Axe and Eiye Confraternity in the area.   According to the police, six of the suspects -Samsondeen Musari, Senibol Pwel, Opeyemi Shoyombo, Kosoko Abiola, ...

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Lady accused of snatching her friend’s fiance, dies 1 year after marriage

Farida Bashir, the Nigerian lady who was accused last year by her close friend, Aisha Laah, of snatching her fiance, Junaidu Usman Abubakar, has died just one year after her much-talked-about wedding.   Aisha Laah from Kaduna and a graduate of Bayero University Kano, took to Instagram last year to reveal that Farida Bashir, her best friend who she enlisted to help ...

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Egypt passes law shielding senior military officers

Egypt’s parliament has passed a law that could make senior military officers immune from future prosecution tied to violence which followed the 2013 ouster of Islamist president Mohamed Mursi. The law grants President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi the right to name officers who are eligible for rewards that include ministerial benefits and immunity from investigation for any offences committed while the ...

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South Africa- Mine operators accountable for accidental deaths

South Africa will tighten its mine safety regulations to hold mine operators accountable for accidental deaths in the industry, President Cyril Ramaphosa says. Safety is a huge issue in South Africa’s deep and dangerous mines and increasingly a focus for investors. A spate of deaths at Sibanye-Stillwater’s gold operations, including a seismic event that killed seven miners in early May, ...

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Nelson Mandela honoured in Nigeria

The legacies of a former South African President and a Legend, Late Nelson Mandela have been described as tools for peace, unity and development in Africa. Mandela is known for advocating a non-racial, non-racist democratic South Africa and the voice that spoke against apartheid, using peace to end it. The United Nations General Assembly in 2009, declared 18th July of ...

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Floyd Mayweather tops Forbes’ list of highest-paid celebrities in the world (See full list)

Floyd Mayweather who retired from boxing in 2017 has topped the Forbes Top 100 Highest Paid Entertainers list with $285 million pre-tax earned. Mayweather’s massive earnings rose after his 2017 fight against Conor McGregor. The fight generated more than $550 million in revenue, allowing Mayweather to top Forbes’ annual list for the second time since 2015. The top 10 list ...

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Police arrest Muslim cleric for using fake vision to rape

The Lagos state police command have arrested 23-year-old Muslim cleric, Mustapha Hameed, pictured above, for allegedly raping a 29-year-old student of Federal College of Education (Technical), Akoka, Lagos after he claimed he saw a vision that she would die in 24 hours, unless the student took three spiritual baths. Parading the suspect before newsmen, the state commissioner of police, Edgal Imohimi, ...

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Governor Obaseki places N10m bounty on killers of 4 policemen in Edo

Governor Godwin Obaseki of Edo state has on Monday, July 16, placed a N10 million bounty on the assailants of four policemen killed in Sabon-gida Ora, Owan West Local Government Area of the state, on July 14. This was announced by the special adviser to the governor on media and communication Strategy, Crusoe Osagie, after an emergency security meeting between ...

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