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Two killed as bus rams into provision stores in Bomadi

Two victims have been confirmed dead and others hospitalized as a bus belonging to Delta City Transport, rammed into roadside provision stores at Bomadi town, Delta state, fatally injuring bystanders.
Ruhakana Rugunda, Uganda's prime minister, speaks during an interview in New York, U.S. - Getty Images

PM: Uganda to ‘review’ social media tax after outcry

Uganda will review a tax on the use of social media, the prime minister said Wednesday after a protest against the controversial measure was broken up by police firing live rounds and teargas into the air.

NIPC: Nigeria’s online investors’ guide for launch Thursday

The Nigerian Investment Promotion Commission (NIPC) will on Thursday formally launch the country’s online investors’ guide.

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Catalan President Quim Torra (R) and Spain’s Interior Minister Fernando Grande-Marlaska arrive for a security meeting at Palau de la Generalitat in Barcelona, Spain, September 6, 2018. REUTERS-Albert Gea

Madrid threatens to send national police to Catalonia to provide order

Spain’s government has warned authorities in Catalonia that it could take over responsibility for law and order in the region after radical separatists blocked a highway.
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Neymar signs agreement that guarantees stay at Paris Saint-Germain

Neymar has signed an important new deal with the National Bank of Qatar that effectively ends any hope of him joining Barcelona or Real Madrid.
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Deontay Wilder claims Anthony Joshua’s team begging for fight

WBC champion Deontay Wilder claims Anthony Joshua’s team are “begging” for a world heavyweight unification bout.

Somali’s Mohamed Abdullahi faces no-confidence vote

They accuse him of undermining the constitution by signing a secret deal, they say, to unite Somalia with Ethiopia and Eritrea.
President Buhari presides over Federal Executive Council (FEC) December-6

18 CSOs back Muhammadu Buhari’s decision to withhold assent to electoral bill

Eighteen Civil Societies Organisations (CSOs) have backed the decision of President Muhammadu Buhari to decline assent to the Electoral Act amendment bill 2018.