Category: Politics

Dele Momodu: Buhari’s foreign policy weak, he should be tougher on Ghana, others

Popular journalist and Publisher, Ovation Media Group, Chief Dele Momodu, shares  his thoughts on the recent closure of shops belonging to some Nigerians in Ghana and Nigeria’s diplomatic relations Ghana is…

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Fuel Price Hike: Where Are 2012 Activists in 2020?

On September 2, an announcement was made to the public that the pump price of premium motor spirit (PMS), otherwise known as petrol, had been increased to N151.56 per litre.…

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Nigerian, Ghanaian Officials Hold Talks to End Diplomatic Spat

Nigeria and Ghana yesterday began talks to cement cracks in their bilateral relations owing to the diplomatic crisis between them arising from the alleged maltreatment of Nigerians in Ghana. Senior…

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Alexei Navalny: Russia opposition leader poisoned with Novichok – Germany

IMAGE COPYRIGHTREUTERS There is "unequivocal proof" that Russian opposition politician Alexei Navalny was poisoned with a Novichok nerve agent, Germany has said. Chancellor Angela Merkel said he was a victim…

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Pelosi calls private hair salon visit in San Francisco, against local regulations, ‘a setup’

  PHOTO: House Speaker Nancy Pelosi pulls back her hair while speaking about her visit to a hair salon during a news conference at the Mission Education Center Elementary School…

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Biden calls for police to be charged over shootings

Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden has urged charges against police who shot two black Americans, Jacob Blake and Breonna Taylor. Speaking in Delaware, Mr Biden did not specify what counts…

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Adesina sworn in for a second term, African leaders pledge support

  African leaders on Tuesday reaffirmed their support for the African Development Bank Group and its leadership, under Dr Akinwumi Adesina, as he began his second five-year term with a…

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India accuses China of ‘provocative military movements’ on border

India on Monday accused Chinese troops of taking "provocative" actions near a disputed border high in the Himalayas, violating previous deals between the two nuclear-armed rivals intended to ease tensions…

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Between Nigeria and World Bank

Feyi Fawehinmi A few weeks ago, reports began to appear in local and International outlets suggesting that the US$1.5 billion loan Nigeria had arranged with the World Bank had been…

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Ramaphosa Strengthens Hold Over South Africa’s Ruling Party

    South African President Cyril Ramaphosa gained the upper hand in a power struggle in the nation’s deeply divided ruling party after surviving a bid to force him out…

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