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Daily Archives: August 17, 2021

Young Zambians hope for brighter future

Young Zambians hope for brighter future

As Zambia’s opposition leader Hakainde Hichilema was proclaimed victor of the presidential elections on Sunday, the Zambian capital, Lusaka, erupted in celebrations that lasted late into the night as supporters sung, danced and waved his party’s flags. Hichilema, 59, of [...]

August 17, 2021 Government and politics
Biden breaks silence to defend Afghan evacuation

Biden breaks silence to defend Afghan evacuation

President Joe Biden broke days of silence Monday on the chaotic American pullout from Afghanistan, doubling down on his decision as he fired scorching criticism at the country’s former Western-backed leadership for failing to resist the Taliban. “I stand squarely [...]

August 17, 2021 Government and politics
NGF condemns Plateau killings, calls for calm

NGF condemns Plateau killings, calls for calm

The Nigeria Governors Forum (NGF) has condemned the killing of 23 travellers in Rukuba road, Jos North Local Government Area of Plateau State. The forum in a statement said the killing had all the colourations of several others like it where locals [...]

August 17, 2021 Crime
46-year-old Suspect: How We Emptied Bank Accounts

46-year-old Suspect: How We Emptied Bank Accounts

A 46-year-old suspect, Zakarriyah Yahaya, also known as ”His Excellency”, on Monday revealed how and his gang emptied the bank accounts of many Nigerians using lost or stolen SIM cards Yahaya, among 39 suspects, was paraded for various crimes at [...]

August 17, 2021 Crime
Buhari Says Africa Is Next Global Frontline Of Terrorism

Buhari Says Africa Is Next Global Frontline Of Terrorism

The President, Major-General Muhammadu Buhari (retd.), has said that with the United States’ pullout from Afghanistan and the subsequent takeover of power by the Taliban, Africa has automatically become the new frontline of terror and global militancy. For Africa to [...]

August 17, 2021 Government and politics