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Barack Obama warns leaders to think before tweeting

Former US president Barack Obama said Friday that social media powers like Facebook, WhatsApp and Twitter are leading to “snap judgement to complex issues” and warned leaders to think before tweeting.

Restructuring: Nigeria’s Unity must be our first focus – Senator Saraki

President of the Senate, Dr. Abubakar Bukola Saraki, has emphasized that unity is a prerequisite for Nigeria’s development, stability and greatness.

Thai military ruler Prayut Chan-O-Cha pledges elections in November 2018

Thailand's military government says it will hold a general election in November 2018 after repeatedly delaying the decision, citing concerns such as changes to the constitution and security issues, since taking power in a 2014 coup.

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Edo council poll: APC aspirants seeks popular participation

Aspirants of the All Progressives Congress (APC) for the Edo Local Government Council elections have called on the party’s leadership to allow the people decide their representatives.

DR Congo blocks internet ahead of banned protests

Authorities in the Democratic Republic of Congo blocked the internet in Kinshasa and set up roadblocks throughout the city ahead of planned protests Sunday demanding that President Joseph Kabila leave power.

Five things to know about Cyprus

Cyprus is gearing up for presidential elections on January 28 that could determine whether the divided Mediterranean island resumes a push for reunification.

Bloody clash averted in Delta over killing by herdsmen

The tension at Onicha-Olona community in Aniocha North Local Government Area of Delta State, occasioned by the killing of a farmer by Fulani herdsmen on Friday has been doused.

Nigeria, Saudi record biggest increase in oil output

Crude oil production in Nigeria rose by 88,700 barrels per day last month, the second biggest increase among its peers in the Organisation of Petroleum Exporting Countries.

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Liberia party drops Ellen Sirleaf after George Weah poll win

Liberia's ruling party said on Sunday it had expelled outgoing President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf for not backing her vice-president, Joseph Boakai, in a presidential election run-off lost to former footballer George Weah.

Brazilian coach Raphael Everton quits Abia Warriors

Brazilian coach Rafael Everton has sensationally quit NPFL side Abia Warriors.

Arsenal keen to sign Malcom despite Bordeaux’s reluctance to sell

Bordeaux are determined to fend off bids from Arsenal for their Brazilian starlet Malcom with the French club standing firm on their policy of not selling any players this January.

Bournemouth’s Harry Arter, Benik Afobe not for sale – Eddie Howe

Bournemouth boss Eddie Howe says Harry Arter and Benik Afobe are not for sale in the January transfer window.

Feeding babies solid food before six months causes obesity, diabetes

Most parents are feeding their babies solid foods too early - raising their risk of obesity and diabetes, according to new research.