Category Archives: Around The World

Expose! University Student Wins Court Case Against Covenant University, Allegedly Implicates Registrar

A Covenant University student, AdoohEmmanuel who was allegedly framed and expelled during his final year, took to Twitter to share his victorious win of a court case between him and the university. Emmanuel was expelled for allegedly having sexual relations with a female student only known as Marilyn, however, Emmanuel declared his innocence, saying he never had sexual intercourse…

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Convicted Ex-Zambian President Not To Be Imprisoned Because He Is A Pastor

A Zambian court has ruled that a former Vice-President of Zambia, Nevers Mumba, would not go to jail, even though he had been convicted. The reason hinged on the fact that he pastors a church. Mumba was convicted on charges of abuse of authority of office while he served as the country’s High Commissioner to Canada…

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16years Later, Liberia President, George Weah Makes Surprise Return to Football Against Super Eagles

Liberia President and former World Footballer of the Year George Weah made a surprise return to international competition in Monrovia on Tuesday, playing in a 2-1 loss to Nigeria. The match came up a few weeks short of his 52nd birthday and Liberia had arranged the friendly to retire the number 14 jersey made famous…

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Tanzanian President Pleads With Citizens To Shun Birth Control

Tanzanian president, John Magufuli, on Sunday, 9th of September declared his opposition to birth control, telling Tanzanians to continue reproducing. Speaking at a public rally in Meatu, Simiyu Region, Magufuli told the people not to listen to those advising them to adopt birth control, especially from foreigners, because, they have sinister motives. Magufuli also described…

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Ethiopia Government Releases 8,875 Prisoners to Celebrate The Arrival Of 2011

Today, the Ethiopian government released an unprecedented 8,875 prisoners as part of a goodwill New Year gesture. The Ethiopian New Year or Enkutatash in Amharic language falls on September 11 (or September 12 during a leap year), as the East African nation uses calendar that counts its year seven to eight years behind the Gregorian…

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I’m Tired Of Coup Threats, Do It Now – President Duterte Dares Military

President Rodrigo Duterte of Philippines on Tuesday, 11th of September, dared military officers of Philippine who are allegedly dissatisfied over his order to revoke an amnesty granted to an opposition senator, to launch a coup against him. Duterte said he was not afraid of coup rumours, which have been circulating since he voided the amnesty of…

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Robert Mugabe Discloses How His Affair With Grace Started

Former Zimbabwe president Robert Mugabe has explicitly disclosed how he started his romance with his then secretary Grace Marufu, while his Ghanaian wife Sally was dying. According to reports, Mugabe revealed that he one day just grabbed and kissed Grace which marked the beginning of an adulterous affair. The now 95-year-old former Zimbabwean leader was speaking…

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Donald Trump Shuts Down The Washington’s Palestinian Mission

The United States has decided to close the Palestinian mission in Washington in the latest move against them by President Donald Trump.  A Palestinian official revealed this today, denouncing it as a “dangerous escalation.” The closure comes as Trump seeks to force the Palestinian leadership, which has cut off contact with the White House, to…

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Serena Williams Fined 17 Thousand Dollars For 3 Violations After Shocking Loss At U.S. Open

Award winning American Tennis player, Serena Williams has been fined seventeen thousand dollars ($17,000) for the three violations she received at the U.S. Open final. The tournament referee’s office deducted ten thousand dollars ($10,000) for verbally abusing the umpire, she  was also fined four thousand dollars ($4,000) for receiving a warning about coaching, and three thousand dollars…

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