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Sararki, Tambuwal’s ‘plans to join PDP’ – APC Speaks

Chairman of the All Progressives Congress (APC) Convention Committee and Jigawa State governor, Abubakar Badaru, on Monday, reacted to the rumours making the rounds that Senate President Bukola Saraki and Governor Aminu Tambuwal of Sokoto State were were to dump the ruling party for the opposition Peoples Democratic Party (PDP). …

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Stolen Senate mace recovered.

The Nigerian police have disclosed that they have recovered the mace that was stolen from the Senate on Wednesday. This was made known in a statement signed by the Deputy Public Relations Officer in the police headquarters, Aremu Adeniran and released to Newsmen, it was added that they recovered the mace …

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Ethiopia’s PM Abiy Ahmed To Present His New Ministerial Cabinet Today.

Ethiopia’s new prime minister, Abiy Ahmed will on Thursday present his new ministerial cabinet, in his first appearance in parliament since he was sworn in. The parliament whose members are all from the ruling EPRDF coalition will approve the ministers and also replace the current speaker of the house, Abadula Gemeda. Gemeda …

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IGAD postpones South Sudan Peace Deal.

The East African bloc of nations IGAD said on Wednesday it had postponed this month’s talks aimed at securing the implementation of South Sudan’s peace deal, the latest bid to end a four-year civil war. Despite several agreements and ceasefires, fighting has rumbled on in South Sudan with barely any break since …

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Nigerian Senate Witnesses Maze Stealing During Plenary Session

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Report says there is a pandemonium at the upper chamber of the National Assembly in Nigeria; the Senate as unknown men stole the mace from the chamber this morning. Five persons sneaked into the chamber while DSP, Ike Ekweremadu was presiding and went away with the mace. The guys including two …

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African Leaders Seek Foreign Investment To Support Their Economies.

The 2018 Commonwealth Summit happening in London has provided African leaders with yet another opportunity to reassure the international community of stability in their countries, as they seek much needed foreign direct investments to drive their economies. The Commonwealth Secretariat estimates that bilateral trade between members costs about 19% less …

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