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Revealed: Buhari Signed Proclamation Proscribing IPOB Before Leaving For USA

It has been revealed that President Muhammadu Buhari signed a presidential proclamation proscribing the Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB) on Sunday before his departure for New York. According to THISDAY, Buhari took the move in order to take the heat off the army and to ensure that due process is followed. THEWILL recalls that the Defence Headquarters…

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Read President Buhari’s Full Speech Delivered At The United Nations General Assembly

Yesterday, President Muhammadu Buhari addressed the gathering of world leaders at the United NationsGeneral Assembly in New York, United States. During the speech, he pledged Nigeria’s solidarity to the United Nations and solicited the support of the international community in tackling global challenges. Read his Full Speech Below: On behalf of my country, Nigeria, I congratulate you Mr President…

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The Duchess Of Cambridge, Kate Middleton Launches New Mental Health Campaign

THE DUCHESS OF CAMBRIDGE might be taking a step back from public engagements due to the hyperemesis gravidarum she is suffering with her third pregnancy, but a new charity video means that she is still in the spotlight. In the footage, which was recorded in January during a visit to the Child Bereavement UK Centre in East London,…

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Governor Ikpeazu Extends Curfew in Aba ‘Till Further Notice’

The Abia State Security Council has reviewed the curfew in the state with a decision to extend it till further notice. According to a press statement published by THEWILL from Enyinnaya Appolos, Chief Press Secretary to Governor Okezie Ikpeazu, the curfew at Aba will now be effective from 10pm to 6am, starting from Monday. See the statement below:…

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Zimbabwe Proposes Ban On Sales Of Alcohol During Weekdays

The Zimbabwean Government is considering placing a ban on the sale of alcohol during weekdays, and at certain times. According to the Zimbabwe Mail, a cabinet committee has approved a draft policy outlawing the sale of alcoholic products during certain days, hours, and to pregnant women. Zimbabwe’s former Health Minister Timothy Stamps, who is the current Health Advisor…

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Due Process Not Followed in Banning, Declaring IPOB Terrorist Organisation, Saraki Says

The Senate President, Bukola Saraki has stated that Defence Headquarters’ classification of the Indigenous People of Biafra, IPOB, as a terrorist organisation and the proscription of the group by South-East governors did not follow due process. In a statement issued on Monday, he insisted that both declarations announced last Friday by the military high command…

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Zimbabwe Set for 2018 Elections, Mugabe to Get Replacement Soon

Voter registration for Zimbabwe’s 2018 harmonised elections begins on Monday. This would be the first time since independence in 1980 that the voters’ list would be administered outside the Registrar-General’s Office following the adoption of a new constitution which transferred the responsibility to the Zimbabwe Electoral Commission (ZEC). ZEC chairperson Rita Makarau, said that continuous…

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President Buhari’s Yet-to-be Delivered #UNGA Address Leaks, Presidency Dismisses it as Fake

Nigeria’s presidency has said that the version of President Muhammadu Buhari’s speech at the United Nations General Assembly today, which is in circulation was “fake”. The said speech was published by sunnewsonline.com and reads in part: “Every year we gather here to deliberate on the affairs of the world. Sometimes we implement what we talked about…

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