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According to tori weh I see for BBC pidgin, deh talk say lines don dey disappear from filling stations for Lagos, Nigeria after fuel scarcity bin nack di country. Since dem no fit seat down for one place na, na so the BBC News Pidgin people carry small fuel weh dem for use do happy chrismas for me take de waka about inside lagos sake of say them wan observe weda the fuel situation don implove. Aft... readmore
[African Arguments] The DRC is fast approaching the point where insurrection is the only option. Donors' proximity to the regime borders on complicity.
[VOA] Addis Ababa -Ethiopia's top prosecutor said Monday that charges against 528 prisoners detained in connection with anti-government protests would be dropped, and the inmates would be released on Wednesday.
Recent Entertainment News
There's at least one person who really doesn't wanna see Oprah in the White House -- and he's aiming to make some cash on the anti-O movement if she runs in 2020. An Arizona man applied for the rights to use "NOprah" earlier this month on shirts,…
UFC star Francis Ngannou says it's "bullsh*t" Stipe Miocic is complaining about not being promoted enough before UFC 220 ... and he's putting the heavyweight champ on notice. "The UFC not gonna fight for him," Ngannou told TMZ Sports. "The…
[Nation] *Carol talks about why she lauds every attempt to reverse the perception black is not beautiful.
[The Herald] The Saturday Herald of December 9 carried an article titled Why Davido should marry Zodwa Wabantu.
Recent Educational News
[Leadership] It is no longer news that the Nigeria Labour Congress (NLC) last Thursday held a protest march in Kaduna to demand that the Kaduna state government reverses it's decision to sack 36,000 workers. However, the state government has since insisted that it is not going back on the sack of the workers.
[IPS] Paris -Close to 10 years after its first edition, a fully updated International Technical Guidance on Sexuality Education published today by UNESCO advocates quality comprehensive sexuality education to promote health and well-being, respect for human rights and gender equality, and empowers children and young people to lead healthy, safe and productive lives.
Recent Sports News
[CAF] Nigeria and Rwanda settled for a barren draw in their Group C opener on Monday in Tangiers.
[CAF] A first half brace from Saleh Taher ensured Libya handed a baptism of fire to debutants Equatorial Guinea, beating them 3-0 in their Group C opener on Monday in Tangiers.