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With less than two weeks to go until Zimbabweans head to the polls, a further analysis of the voter's roll has shown that as many as 900 000 records may have been tampered with, to influence the results, according to a report by TeamPachedu.
South Africa international Percy Tau felt that they were unlucky not get the three points against Nigeria on Saturday.
Mrs Victoria Galadima, widow of the Agom Adara, Dr Maiwada Raphael Galadima, the late monarch of Adara chiefdom in Kaduna State, who was murdered in the heat of the recent crisis in the state, has told the heart-rending story of the torture she went through while in the custody of the kidnappers.
The death toll from wildfires in Northern California has risen to 76, with thousands left homeless from the deadliest blaze to hit the US state in a century.
Leganes defender Kenneth Omeruo has praised the Super Eagles’ team for their great efforts in securing a 2019 Africa Cup of Nations qualification.
A blast at a religious ceremony in India's Punjab state Sunday killed at least three people and injured 10, police said.
The UN envoy for Libya Ghassan Salame has expressed the hope that another attempt to hold an election will take place by June next year.
A Presidential Reconciliatory Committee, Saturday, held a closed door meeting with the aggrieved candidates of the All Proressives Congress loyal to the Ogun State governor, Senator Ibikunle Amosun, in Abeokuta.
The decision is a fresh sign that authorities are getting tough on police brutality after years in which civilians and human rights groups accused the police of excessive force.
People’s Democratic Party (PDP)’s candidate in the recent governorship election in Osun State, Senator Ademola Adeleke, has said that he was not informed about the relocation of the Elections Petitions Tribunal from the Osun State High Court of Justice, Osogbo, to Abuja.
Egypt has sentenced an alleged Islamic State supporter to death for stabbing and killing an 82-year-old Christian doctor in Cairo.