Boko Haram ideological fraud, says Buhari as he receives Catholic Bishops; promises to improve security, revamp economy before departure

“The main crux of our message to you today is one of fervent appeal and strong encouragement. Your tenure of two terms as President, Commander-In-Chief of Nigeria, is drawing to an end. But we believe a lot can be done to turn things around for the better in the about four months left of your presidency before you step down in May 2023.
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Boko Haram ideological fraud, says Buhari as he receives Catholic Bishops; promises to improve security, revamp economy before departure

“The main crux of our message to you today is one of fervent appeal and strong encouragement. Your tenure of two terms as President, Commander-In-Chief of Nigeria, is drawing to an end. But we believe a lot can be done to turn things around for the better in the about four months left of your presidency before you step down in May 2023.

This Day for Africa – Black man burned alive by White mob in Maryville, Missouri; Black residents flee

Days before, a white school teacher had been found murdered and suspicion fell on Mr. Gunn, who was arrested.

Pastures are no greener overseas, Tinubu counsels; to turn Enugu into an industrial hub

He added that if the Igbos collaborated with his expected government, he would make the geopolitical zone a manufacturing hub and make Enugu an industrial hub greater than what it is today.

Elections to hold as scheduled, INEC assures; releases list of 93.4 million voters

The INEC chairman said with the presentation of the voter register; the commission has successfully achieved 11 out of the 14 activities scheduled for the 2023 general elections.

Another oil theft point uncovered on Trans-Niger Pipeline in Ogoni

We also learnt that the illegal operation has lasted at least seven years in the place and that the stealing is successfully being carried out with one and half-inchs pipe, and capable of loading two tankers of 33,000 litres of crude oil per night.

Macron unveils plan to raise retirement age to 64

A recent poll suggests 80% of the population is opposed to pushing the retirement age back to 64. Some MPs even blame Mr Macron's policy for losing his party its parliamentary majority last year.

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Biggest Big Brother 3-month-long event, BBNaija Titans, begins January 15; $100,000 cash prize for grabs

Last year, he hosted the third season of Big Brother Mzansi as well as South Africa’s biggest award ceremonies including the DStv MVC Awards and the South African Music Awards (Samas). In June, he bagged two DStv MVC Awards — favourite TV presenter and the Ultimate DStv Viewer’s Choice Award.

Boko Haram vanquished under me, claims Buhari; they metastasized under you, spread to other zones, counters Middle Belt Forum

He believed that the President, rather than fulfilling his promise to Nigerians, watched helplessly while the insurgents spread from the North East to all parts of the country, killing Nigerians at will and destroying properties.

Developing – Man killed, wife, cousin abducted by gunmen in Abuja

According to Mr James, the assailants invaded the area and were shooting for over 30 minutes without interruption from any security agency.

This Day for Africa – Queen of Hip Hop, Mary J. Blige, born

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This Day for Africa – The Zulu-British War began; Britain attracted by Zululand’s treasures

British troops led by Lieutenant General Frederic Augustus invaded Zululand from the southern African republic of Natal. The British lost the battle at Isandlwana, which left 1,300 of their men dead or wounded, as well as at a subsequent fight at Hlobane Mountain.

Authorities detain six journalists over footage that shows South Sudan president seemingly wetting self

They “are suspected of having knowledge on how the video of the president urinating himself came out,” he told Reuters.
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