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The Muslim World was Radicalised and Divided by Saudi Arabia and Iran – Emir Sanusi II

The Emir of Kano, Muhammad Sanusi II has said Saudi Arabia and Iran have “radicalised and divided” the Muslim world while holding on to the very intolerant versions of Islam. Sanusi said… Read more »

BLACK PALM SUNDAY: ISLAMIC STATE BOMBS TWO EGPYTIAN CHURCHES KILLING 38 WORSHIPPERS

THE Islamic State group claimed responsibility for bombing two Egyptian churches as worshippers gathered to mark Palm Sunday, killing at least 38 people in the deadliest attacks on the Coptic… Read more »

African Envoys In India Condemn Attacks On Nigerians, Demand UN Human Rights Investigation

Envoys from African nations in the Indian capital, Delhi, have condemned the handling of recent attacks on Nigerian students in the city. Last month’s violence happened in Greater Noida, close… Read more »

Britain Set to Unveil Nigerian Property Owners

The British Government, will release information about Nigerians, who own property in that country next year. Prof. Bolaji Owosanoye, Executive Secretary, Presidential Advisory Committee against Corruption, told News Agency of… Read more »

Nigerians may need NDLEA clearance to visit Indonesia

Nigerians with new passports seeking to travel to Indonesia will need to include a certificate of recommendation from the National Drug Law Enforcement Agency (NDLEA) among the documents needed to… Read more »

Ghana’s President appoints 110 Ministers, defends the move

There is a huge public outcry in Ghana after the country’s new president, Nana Akufo Addo named 110 ministers, the biggest size of government in the West African nation’s history…. Read more »

“Nobody is Born Gay” – New U.S. Study By Amando Flavio

The issue of sexual orientation has been a very controversial issue since nations in the West began to recognize Gays, Lesbians, Bisexuals and Transgender (LGBT) rights. An important part of… Read more »

IT IS NOW OFFICIAL ”UK SAYS JONATHAN DID NOT REJECT HELP TO RESCUE CHIBOK GIRLS”

It is not true that the Jonathan administration rejected the offer of British armed forces to help in rescuing the abducted Chibok girls, the United Kingdom government has said. On… Read more »

Xenophobia: Militants threaten South African firms in Nigeria

A coalition of Niger Delta militants on Wednesday threatened to blow up Multichoice (DSTV), MTN, Shoprite and 16 other major South African investments in Nigeria if the Federal Government fails… Read more »

XENOPHOBIA: Are black South Africans suffering from inferiority complex? by Trevor Noah

“There are about 2.3 million Immigrants living in South Africa, this number includes other Africans, Chinese, Bangladeshi, Indians, middle easterners and Europeans who are not born in SA. out of… Read more »