Police Officers Kill Two Gunmen Who Attacked Anti-Islamic Art Exhibition In America

By Chris Nomjov American Police officers have killed two gunmen, who  opened fire on Sunday at an art exhibition in Texas, that was organized by an anti-Islamic group and featured caricatures of the Prophet Mohammad. The shooting presents an unpleasant reminder of past attacks or threats in other Western countries[Read More…]

“Why Are The Citizens Not In Their Countries?” How Jacob Zuma Reacted To Xenophobia In South Africa

by Deji Abiodun & Agency Reports President Jacob Zuma on Monday hit out at other African countries after South Africa faced a backlash over the wave of anti-foreigner attacks in the country. While Zuma condemned the violence, saying immigrants contributed to the South African economy, he also questioned why so[Read More…]

Like Obasanjo, Burundi President, Pierre Nkurunziza, Carpets Constitution, Goes For A Third Term Mandate

by Musa Abdullahi & Agency Reports Burundi’s president was Saturday declared as the ruling party’s candidate for a third term in office, despite mounting protests over a move the opposition says is unconstitutional. Opposition figures warned that President Pierre Nkurunziza’s effort to cling to power could push the central African[Read More…]

And You Say Kagame Is Africa’s Best? Rwanda Chad & Togo Listed Among Top 10 Most Unhappy Nations In The World

by Zenith Oduah Mazing to find out that Rwanda, widely reported to be Africa’s best through the leadership of Paul Kagame is listed among Top 10 Most Unhappy Nations in the World by World Happiness Report. According to Daily Mail, “the study uses a range of factors to determine how happy[Read More…]

“Nigerian Men Are Snatching Our Wives” – South African Politician Explains Reasons For Xenophobic Attacks

by Deji Abiodun South African politician, Makashule Gana, has said some of his compatriots have complained to him that they are angry with Nigerians and other immigrants because they snatched their girldfriends. Gana, a Deputy Federal Chairperson of Democratic Alliance, made this disclosure in at an anti-xenophobia rally, held at[Read More…]

Diplomatic Row, Outrage As Isreal Denies South African Minister Visa

by Musa Abdullahi & Agency Reports The government of South Africa has expressed outrage after Israel’s decision to deny a visa to Higher Education Minister Blade Nzimande, reports Aljazeera English… Clayson Monyela, Deputy Director General of Department of International Relations and Cooperation, told Al Jazeera on Thursday the Israeli government needed[Read More…]

Former Egyptian President, Morsi Bags 20 Years Jail Time For Impunity Towards Protesters In 2012

An Egyptian court has sentenced former President Mohammed Morsi to 20 years in prison, over the killing of protesters while in power, during civil protests in 2012. The court’s judgement is coming nearly five years after the Muslim Brotherhood leader became Egypt’s first freely elected president. Mursi stood in a[Read More…]

#GarissaAttack: Kenya In Three Days Mourning

By Chris Nomjov East African country, Kenya began three days of national mourning Easter Sunday, to honour the almost 150 victims of the Garissa University campus massacre by Somali Islamist militant group al Shabaab, last Thursday. Across Kenya worshippers, dedicated Easter Sunday ceremonies and prayers to the memory of the[Read More…]

Benny Hinn Recovering Well After Suffering Heart Attack

By Chris Nomjov Global televangelist, Benny Hinn has been hospitalized after he suffered a heart attack. According to a post on the clergy man’s website shared by his daughter, Jessica Hinn Koulianos, Pastor Hinn had just returned to California from a trip to Brazil when he became fatigued. The popular[Read More…]

US President Addresses Nigerians: “Cast Your Ballot To Secure Your Nation’s Progress”

By Chris Nomjov Picking up from the recent call for peaceful polls by his Secretary of State, John Kerry; US President Barack Obama has called on Nigerians to ensure that they participate in a crucial election as this, to secure the nation’s progress. President Obama called on Nigerians to conduct[Read More…]