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target=_blank>2019: Voting APC In Delta State Is A Disastrous Retrogression – Onuesoke

Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) Chieftain, Chief Sunny Onuesoke has ascribed voting for All Progressives Congress (APC) in the 2019 general election in Delta State as disastrous retrogression. Onuesoke who spoke to newsmen at Osubi Airport, Warri, Delta State while returning from Alhaji Atiku Abubakar campaign in Gombe said that a vote for APC in Delta …
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target=_blank>Two Rivals Defiant In Tense Madagascar Vote Count

Vote counting in Madagascar’s presidential election was roiled by accusations of fraud on Thursday as the two candidates both claimed victory in a stand-off that has raised fears of instability on the Indian Ocean island. Andry Rajoelina and Marc Ravalomanana, both former presidents and long-time rivals, are locked in a duel for power after they …
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target=_blank>Norwegian Prime Minister Regrets Posting Soccer Tweet

It was a late-night tweet from Norway’s prime minister that appeared to break one of the world’s biggest sports stories of the week. Now she wishes she had never sent it. Erna Solberg said she was “a little too fast” in posting a tweet Tuesday that suggested Ole Gunnar Solskjaer was the next manager of …
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target=_blank>Somali Man Who Threatened To Attack Vatican Arrested

Italian police said on Monday they arrested a 20-year-old Somali man suspected of having been a member of the Islamic State (ISIS) and who had threatened to bomb churches in Italy, including St. Peter’s Basilica in the Vatican. According to Reuters, police told reporters in the southern city of Bari that the man, identified as …
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target=_blank>Japan Considers Leaving IWC To Resume Commercial Whale Hunts

Japan is considering leaving the International Whaling Commission to resume commercial hunts, the Fisheries Agency said Thursday, after unsuccessfully campaigning for decades within the organization to gain support for the cause. The agency said officials haven’t made a final decision but are considering the step. Japan’s request for a resumption of commercial whaling was most …
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target=_blank>Deadly Ebola Cousin Marburg Found In West African Bats

Marburg virus, a deadly cousin of Ebola virus, has been found for the first time in bats in west Africa, U.S. researchers said Thursday. The discovery means Marburg is a threat in west Africa — where a giant epidemic of Ebola infected 28,000 people and killed 11,000 of them in 2014-2016. The region is crisscrossed …
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target=_blank>Uganda’s First Oil Production Now Pushed To 2022

Addressing journalists in Kampala, Muloni attributed the shift to the delay by the joint venture partners Total, China National Offshore Oil Company (CNOOC) and Tullow to make an investment decision to develop the oil fields in Tilenga and Kingfisher blocks. Minister Muloni said with Tullow selling its stakes to Total and CNOOC, and with the …
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target=_blank>2019: Yelwa APC Members Protest At INEC, Say Dapo Abiodun A Fraud

Security operatives at the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) headquarters had a hectic time dispersing All Progressives Congress (APC) members from Yelwa Senatorial District of Ogun State who had stormed the commission’s headquarters in Abuja on Thursday. The protesters, who came in their hundreds, said they were up against Dapo Abiodun, the APC governorship candidate …
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target=_blank>Beyond Radio Talk, Rural Farmers Want Impact Of Govt’s Empowerment

LAGOS – In Nigeria’s rural communities, more than 70 percent of the total farming population is smallholder farmers, who cultivate less than four hectares but produce up to 90 per cent of the total national output. Yet, many of the farmers and others in their communities account for over three quarters of the poor in Nigeria, …
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Effective Animal Husbandry Has Potential To Boost Economy – Onifade

Professor Olufemi Onifade, a professor of Forage Agronomy and Utilisation at the Federal University of Agriculture, Abeokuta (FUNAAB) has affirmed that animal production can actually boost the nation’s economy if adequate measures are put in place. According to him, options open to the country to increase local production of meat, milk, mutton, veal, hides and […]
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