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  • President has not violated the constitution – Pro-Buhari group

    A cross section of people belonging to pro-Buhari groups, on Monday, said that President Muhammadu Buhari has not violated any section of the constitution due to his prolonged medical vacation in London. The groups said this during a solidarity walk in support of President Buhari at the Unity Fountain, Abuja. It would be recalled that…

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  • Trump slams KKK, white supremacists as “evil”

      President Trump delivered a statement from the White House on Monday explicitly condemning violent white supremacists. “Racism is evil,” Trump said from the White House Diplomatic Room. “And those who cause violence in its name are criminals and thugs, including the KKK, neo-Nazis, white supremacists and other hate groups that are repugnant to everything…

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  • At 70, Pakistan blames India for setback

      From AIDOGHIE PAULINUS, Abuja   The Islamic Republic of Pakistan, has accused India of derailing its efforts towards positive and constructive relations with her neighbours. Pakistani Prime Minister, Shahid Khaqan Abbasi, stated this in a statement made available to Monday in Abuja by the Pakistani Embassy to commemorate Pakistan’s 70th Independence Day. Abbasi said…

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  • Maduro stages anti-imperialist protest

    Venezuela’s leader Nicolas Maduro is capitalising on local outrage by holding an “anti-imperialist’’ protest on Monday over President Donald Trump’s military threat. While U.S Vice President Mike Pence travels to Latin America tamping down concern over his boss’s threat of possible military action in Venezuela. The march started with a late rally and was expected…

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  • Niger state has capacity to produce food for Africa, says Osinbajo

    Acting President Yemi Osinbajo says that Niger has the capacity to produce assorted food crops that will feed the African continent. Osinbajo said this when he declared open a two-day Niger State Economic Submit with the theme “Impact Investment for Advancing Agricultural Economy and Innovation,” in Minna. The conference, which attracted economic experts, industrialists and…

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  • APC leader cautions Nigerians against hate speech

    Mr Setonji David, a chieftain of the All Progressives Congress (APC), in Badagry Area of Lagos State, has reiterated the need to stop hate-speeches in Nigeria. He said that if such attitude continued unchecked, it might consume the nation. David, representing Badagry Constituency II at the Lagos State House of Assembly, told the News Agency…

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  • Bomb kills at least nine in southern Yemen – official

    A bomb exploded in a market in south-western Yemen on Monday, killing at least nine civilians, a local security official said. At least four other people were injured in the blast in a market selling qat, a mild narcotic leaf popular among Yemenis, in the city of Qa’ataba in the northern part of Dhalea province….

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  • Google’s Thought Control problem

    Vaclav Havel, the Czech dissident-turned-president, wrote a famous essayabout the life of the mind under a system of totalitarian control. He invoked the example of a greengrocer who puts a sign in his window saying, “Workers of the world, unite!” — not believing in it and perhaps not even knowing what it meant, but ritually accepting…

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  • ASUU strike stops exams in UI

    From: Oluseye Ojo, Ibadan The strike embarked on by the Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU) in the University of Ibadan, on Monday, paralysed academic activities and halted examinations for postgraduate students in some faculties in the institution. The ASUU chairman in UI, Dr. Deji Omole, said the strike was total, comprehensive and indefinite, beginning…

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  • Zambia: Opposition leader denies treason charge

    Zambian opposition leader Hakainde Hichilema, a longtime rival of President Edgar Lungu, denied plotting to overthrow the government when he appeared in a Lusaka court on Monday. Government and legal sources told Reuters on Sunday the government planned to drop the treason charges against Hichilema and release him from prison under a deal brokered by…

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