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Heavily armed Zimbabwean soldiers are reportedly still deployed at former first lady Grace Mugabe's farming empire which she controversially acquired in Mazowe.
The North East Development Association, a political group, has passed a vote of confidence on the All Progressives Congress administration and called for the re-election of President Muhammadu Buhari in 2019.
Governor David Umahi among other soccer fans in Ebonyi, have congratulated the Super Eagles over the team’s qualification for the 2019 Africa Cup of Nations in Cameroon.
Hundreds of climate change protesters blocked London bridges on Saturday demanding a dramatic new environmental policy.
Central African Republic (CAR) lawmaker and former militia leader Alfred Yekatom was extradited to The Hague Saturday to stand trial in the International Criminal Court probing war crimes and crimes against humanity, a government source said.
Aaron Ramsey may have been savagely told he won’t be offered a new deal by the Gunners, but that has not stopped a plethora of Europe’s top sides trying to sign the Welshman on a free transfer.
The Social Democratic Party (SDP), on Tuesday, said the presidential candidates of the All Progressives Congress (APC), President Muhammadu Buhari, and the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) flag bearer, Atiku Abubakar, were no match to former Governor Donald Duke of Cross River State and the presidential candidate of the SDP in the forthcoming general election.
The Senate is working toward harmonising all the regulations on electricity theft and tampering, which are scattered in several other regulations, into a single bill.
The Coalition for Truth and Justice has condemned the Boko Haram attacks on Katarko, Yobe State, saying the development will do nothing to strengthen the terror group’s waning influence.
The National Chairman of the All Progressives Congress (APC), Mr Adams Oshiomhole, has dismissed allegations that he collected bribes of about 80 million dollars to manipulate the outcome of the party primaries in some states and FCT.
Zimbabweans have reacted with stunned disbelief to the testimony by two generals who denied troops killed six people in August when the military was called in to crush protests following the country's disputed elections.