April 12, 2021
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Champagne says he will stop arms exports to Turkey if rights abuse uncovered

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 Foreign Affairs Minister Francois-Philippe Champagne says he’s willing to halt military export permits to NATO ally Turkey if an investigation determines Canadian technology is leading to human-rights abuses. Champagne declined to say how long his department’s investigation would take, but in an interview with The Canadian Press he said Canada would consult with NATO...

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Obasanjo Planted Seeds of Insecurity – Lai Mohammed

by on September 13, 2020 0

The Minister of Information and Culture, Alhaji Lai Mohammed has accused former President Olusegun Obasanjo of planting the seeds of Insecurity in Nigeria which the Buhari administration is trying hard to erase. He said this while faulting the alarm raised by the former president that Nigeria was fast becoming a failed state under the...

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God destined us to live as one Nigeria – Tinubu

by on September 13, 2020 0

National Leader of All Progressives Congress (APC), Asiwaju Bola Tinubu says Nigerians should embrace their diversity because their coexistence was destined by God. He said the various ethnic entities that  make up the nation were better together rather than separated. The former Lagos State Governor stated this Saturday while fielding questions from journalists in...

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Bloomberg commits to spend $100 million to help Biden in Florida

by on September 13, 2020 0

Bloomberg’s $100 million “will be used to turnout voters for Joe Biden in Florida” through a mix of television and digital ads, in both English and Spanish, a spokeswoman for the effort said Sunday, with a key focus on Hispanic voters. The funds will be spent partially through Independence USA, Bloomberg’s personal super PAC....

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Serbian leader fires back at Moscow after ‘Basic Instinct’ jibe

by on September 6, 2020 0

Serbia’s president accused Moscow on Sunday of stooping to “primitivism and vulgarity” in an attack on him, after Russia’s foreign ministry spokeswoman compared him to the actor Sharon Stone in an explicit film scene. Serbia is Moscow’s closest ally in the Balkans, but President Aleksandar Vucic has long annoyed Russia by seeking better ties...

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Deal likely to fund U.S. government to early December, Mnuchin says

by on September 6, 2020 0

U.S. Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin on Sunday said a deal between the White House and Congress would fund the federal government through the beginning of December and that details of the spending bill should be finalized by week’s end. The measure would help avert a government shutdown when current funding runs out Sept. 30....

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How Gbajabiamila’s visit changed Nigeria, Ghana trade war

by on September 6, 2020 0

The recent visit to Ghana by the Speaker of House of Representatives, Mr Femi Gbajabiamila to Ghana helped change the basis of the trade war between Ghanaian and Nigerian spare parts dealers in that country, according to the Nigerians in Diaspora Organisation (NIDO), Ghana chapter. Vice-President of NIDO-Ghana, Mr Kingsley Attoe, who disclosed this...

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