Wednesday, 27 January, 2021

Day: January 11, 2021


Khartoum — Ibrahim El Sheikh, leading member of the Central Council of the Forces of Freedom and Change (FFC) reported yesterday that a new Sudan government, which will include members of the rebel movements that signed the Juba Peace Agreement, Read more…


Democrats began the process of impeaching President Donald Trump for a second time on Monday if Vice President Mike Pence and the cabinet do not remove him from office. Democrats introduced a resolution calling on Pence to invoke the Constitution’s Read more…


The Coordinator of the National Youth Service Corps (NYSC) in Akwa Ibom State, Julius Amusan, has expressed shock over the news of a youth corps member, Princess Odume, who allegedly killed a man on Sunday. Odume, who had visited her Read more…


Lizzo took to Instagram to share photos of herself posing in just her panties.  The singer covered her boobs with her arms to protect her modesty.  “The bar is high when you’re the reference,” the body-positivity activist captioned the photos.


Social media giant Facebook has shut multiple accounts belonging to Ugandan government officials accused of seeking to manipulate public debate ahead of elections scheduled to be held on Thursday. Facebook‘s head of communication for sub-Saharan Africa, Kezia Anim-Addo stated in Read more…


Protesters have grounded Kawo town in Kaduna State, in Senator Uba Sani’s district, with the youth and people demanding to know why the senator has not been active since he was elected in 2019. The Kawo protest on Monday was Read more…


The Africa Centers for Disease Control and Prevention says more than three million cases have been logged on the continent since the start of the pandemic, with South Africa accounting for more than 30 percent. South Africa has recorded some Read more…


Youths and residents of Kogi West Senatorial District in Kogi State have scheduled a march to the Abuja Electricity Distribution Company to protest against the recent hikes in electricity tariffs in the country and the perennial problem of poor power Read more…


Government has banned the transportation of bodies for burial purposes from one city to another as part of its desperate measures to contain a rampaging Covid-19 pandemic. This comes after the country recorded 978 fresh cases and 24 deaths Saturday. Since Read more…


The Alliance for Surviving COVID-19 And Beyond (ASCAB) and other unions of health workers have said Nigeria is in a state of war with the COVID-19 pandemic. This comes amidst the recent surge in COVID-19 cases in Nigeria with over Read more…