Buhari, Obasanjo Meet In Senegal For First Time Since Elections

  President Muhammadu Buhari and former President Olusegun Obasanjo met on Tuesday for the first time after the 2019 general elections. Both leaders met in Dakar at the inauguration ceremony of the Senegalese President, Macky Sall. Despite President Buhari’s victory at the poll, former President Obasanjo has restated his support for the presidential candidate of … Continue reading Buhari, Obasanjo Meet In Senegal For First Time Since Elections

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Trump ‘100%’ Ready To Shut Down Mexico Border

  President Donald Trump said Tuesday he is “100 per cent” prepared to close down the US-Mexico border, warning Congress and Central American governments to take action to stem the flow of migrants into the country. Delays were already rising at several key border crossings as Trump ratcheted up pressure on Democrats in Congress to … Continue reading Trump ‘100%’ Ready To Shut Down Mexico Border

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Buhari Rejects Ajaokuta Steel Company Bill, Seven Others

  President Muhammadu Buhari has declined assent to eight bills passed by the National Assembly. The President communicated his decision to decline assent to the bills in letters written to the Senate and read on the floor on Tuesday by the Senate President, Dr Bukola Saraki. The bills rejected are the Ajaokuta Steel Company Completion … Continue reading Buhari Rejects Ajaokuta Steel Company Bill, Seven Others

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Theresa May Seeks New Brexit Delay, Offers To Work With Labour’s Corbyn

  Prime Minister Theresa May said Tuesday she would ask the EU to delay Brexit again to avoid Britain crashing out of the bloc next week, signalling she could accept a closer relationship with Europe to break months of political deadlock. After more than seven hours of talks with her ministers, May said she would … Continue reading Theresa May Seeks New Brexit Delay, Offers To Work With Labour’s Corbyn

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BREAKING: Algeria’s President Bouteflika Submits Resignation – State TV

  Algeria’s veteran President Abdelaziz Bouteflika informed the Constitutional Council that he is resigning in a move that is to take effect on Tuesday, state television said, after the military called for his impeachment. Bouteflika “officially advised the Constitutional Council of the end of his term of office as President of the Republic” from Tuesday, … Continue reading BREAKING: Algeria’s President Bouteflika Submits Resignation – State TV

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Channels TV Wins Aiteo-NFF Development Award

   Channels Television has won the AITEO-Nigeria Football Federation award for the second consecutive year, for promoting football at the grassroots. The Channels International Kids Cup, a corporate social responsibility programme of the TV station, started in 2009 as a Lagos state competition and has evolved into an international event featuring participants from the … Continue reading Channels TV Wins Aiteo-NFF Development Award

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Rivers Will Be A Big Boost For Nigeria If Politically Structured – Rewane

  Rivers State, with over $70 billion Gross Domestic Products, has been identified as a key region for Nigeria’s economic growth. This is according to the Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of Financial Derivatives Company, Mr Bismarck Rewane, who said the state can attain the status if its political structures are perfected. Rewane highlighted the benefits Rivers … Continue reading Rivers Will Be A Big Boost For Nigeria If Politically Structured – Rewane

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Over 30,000 People Need Food, Shelter In Monguno – MSF

  Global humanitarian organisation, Médecins Sans Frontières/Doctors Without Borders (MSF), has raised an alarm that over 30,000 people are in acute need of shelter, water, food, and medical care, among others in Monguno Local Government Area of Bono State. The organisation said this in a statement on Tuesday by its Field Communication Officer in Borno, … Continue reading Over 30,000 People Need Food, Shelter In Monguno – MSF

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Algeria Army Demands Speedy Impeachment Process Of Bouteflika

  Algeria army has demanded the immediate launch of an impeachment process against its President Abdelaziz Bouteflika. Details coming…

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Floods Hit 40,000 Displaced People In Northwest Syria – UN

  More than 40,000 displaced people in northwestern Syria have seen their camps flooded by heavy rains in the past three days, a United Nations spokesman said Tuesday. Around 14 camps were affected in the northwestern province of Idlib, David Swanson of the UN Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs told AFP. The Idlib … Continue reading Floods Hit 40,000 Displaced People In Northwest Syria – UN

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