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Breaking: No Coup in Congo – Com Minister

Military nada president of Congo
Following reports of a coup in Congo, the Minister of Communications mad Media, Thierry Moungalla, has denied there is coup in the country.

BREAKING: Coup in Congo

Coup in Congo, Africa's longest ruling presidents
Another coup in Africa. The military in Congo has taken over government.

Remove IELTS, Other Barriers to trade against Commonwealth Countries, Omokri Tells...

Number one bestselling author and HolyWood Magazine Humanitarian of the Year 2019, Pastor Reno Omokri, has urged the government of the United Kingdom to remove every barriers such as IELTS, restrictions on account opening and many others obstacle to trade against the Commonwealth countries in order to attract more development to its economy as well as grow and double the Commonwealth advantage from its current state of 25%.

Timi Frank congratulates Kenya’s President-elect, William Ruto

A former Deputy National Publicity Secretary of the All Progressives Congress (APC), Comrade Timi Frank, has congratulated the President-elect of Kenya, Mr William Ruto.

Breaking: Boris Johnson Resigns As UK Prime Minister

Boris Johnson resigns as UK Prime Minister
The embattled British Prime Minister, Boris Johnson, has resigned as the leader of the Conservative Party and effectively as prime minister.

UK fuel scarcity worsens: BP says over 400 stations out of...

UK petrol scarcity
UK petrol scarcity has worsened as more people are lining up to get the scarce commodity. Meanwhile, BP says over 400 stations out of petrol.

Apostle Suleman wins Edo Man of The Year Award in UK

Senior Pastor and General Overseer, Omega Fire Ministry (OFM), Apostle Johnson Suleiman, has won the Edo Man of the Year Award at the 10th Edition of the Edo Festival and Awards Ceremony (EFAC) held in London, the United Kingdom (UK).

Taliban Disappointed As United States Disabled Planes Before Leaving Kabul Airport

The US military disabled scores of aircraft and armored vehicles as well as a high-tech rocket defense system at the Kabul airport before it left Monday, a US general said

Breaking: Canada, EU, Ireland, Norweay, UK, US, condemn Nigeria ban on...

Canada Prime Minister, Justin Trudeau
The global community of major countries and bodies, among which are Canada, the European Union (EU), Ireland, the United Kingdom (UK), The United States of America (US), Norway and other countries have condemned in strong terms the ban on the operations of the micro-blogging site, Twitter, in Nigeria by the Nigerian government led by President Muhammadu Buhari.

Nigerians descend on ex-Liberian president Sirleaf over comment on NPA probe

Nigerians on micro-blogging site, Twitter, have descended on the former president of Liberia, Ellen Johnson Sirleaf over "disheartened" comment on the suspension of Hadiza Bala Usman as the Managing Director (MD) of the Nigerian Ports Authority (NPA).