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  1. RemmyAlex

    World 'The Bible Says President Mugabe Will Rule Zimbabwe Until He Dies' - Zanu-PF Youth Leader

    Kudzai Chipanga, the youth leader of the ruling Zanu-PF party has said that Zimbabwe's president Robert Mugabe, 92, will die in office. Chipanga made the comments while addressing about 5,000 people at a rally in the capital, Harare, in what appeared to be an attempt to counter...
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    Politics BBC Africa Mocks Buhari, Nigerian Health Sector

    President Muhammadu Buhari has become the latest victim of an attack by BBC Africa. The media house in a comic clip raised questions about President Buhari's ear infection and his last trip to the UK. Listen to BBC Clip
  3. RemmyAlex

    World Black Lives Matter: Protesters Storm The Streets of London

    Hundreds of people have marched on Westminster in protest at the shooting of two black men by police in America. The Black Lives Matter march went through central London to the Houses of Parliament at about 20:00 BST. According to BBC, the marchers were heard to shout “Hands up, don’t shoot”...
  4. RemmyAlex

    Business Microsoft Agrees To Pay California Woman $10,000 For Automatic Window 10 Update

    Microsoft has agreed to pay a Californian woman $10,000 (£7,500) after an automatic Windows 10 update left her computer unusable. Teri Goldstein said her Windows 7 computer had automatically tried to update itself to Windows 10 without her permission. She said the update had made her machine...
  5. RemmyAlex

    World Tanzania: Man Lands In Court For Insulting President On Whatsapp

    A Tanzanian is facing charges after he allegedly shared comments on Whatsapp calling President John Magufuli an imbecile. Mulokozi Kyaruzi has been charged under the controversial cybercrime law. He is the second person to be charged under the law for insulting the president. The law was...
  6. RemmyAlex

    Politics BBC Mocks Buhari: ''Why Travel Abroad For Treatment" [See Photo]

    BBC just throw a serious jab at President Muhamamdu Buhari for traveling abroad for ear infection. On the home screenof the corporation, BB asked why: of all President, why Travel aboard for treament". What do you think of this? Isn't it right for the President to travel aboard for medical...
  7. RemmyAlex

    Business Chinese Firm, Xiaomi Buys Microsoft Smartphone Patents

    Chinese firm and smartphone maker Xiaomi has bought the rights to hundreds of Microsoft's smartphone inventions, BBC reports. Microsoft will benefit from the fact that some of its Android apps - including Office and Skype - will now be pre-installed on Xiaomi devices. The announcement comes at...
  8. RemmyAlex

    Business Facebook Apologize for Banning 'Too Fat Photo' For Ad

    Facebook has apologised after refusing to run an advert featuring plus-sized model Tess Holliday wearing a bikini. “It was a mistake and has now approved the image”, the social network told the BBC. Australian feminist group Cherchez La Femme had expressed fury after Facebook rejected their...
  9. RemmyAlex

    Metro How Chibok Girl, Amina Ali Was Freed

    The army has confirmed the rescue of one of the abducted Chibok girls, Amina Ali. However, activists and community leaders have said that the freed Chibok girl is actually called Amina Ali Nkek, and that she was found in Sambisa forest by vigilantes. The forest is the main hideout of militant...
  10. Oluogunjobi

    World Baghdad Car Bomb Blast Kill Dozens

    Two car bomb blasts are reported to have rocked the Iraqi capital, Baghdad, just hours after an attack on a market left 64 people dead. BBC News reports that at least 15 people had been killed in the northern Kadhimiya area and seven others in the city's west. A car bomb was also used in the...
  11. Oluogunjobi

    World BBC Journalist Detained, Expelled in North Korea

    British Broadcasting Corporation correspondent, Rupert Wingfield-Hayes was detained in North Korea and is being expelled for his reporting, authorities have announced at a press conference. He will be joined on the plane by BBC producer Maria Byrne and cameraman Matthew Goddard, the British...
  12. RemmyAlex

    World Boko Haram Strikes Again, Kills 6 Soldiers in Niger

    Six soldiers from Niger’s army were killed in an ambush by Boko Haram militants, the country’s interior minister said. The attack happened near the town of Diffa close to the border with Nigeria early on Wednesday. In the latest attack, three other soldiers were wounded. Niger’s military...
  13. RemmyAlex

    World Pope John Paul II: Letters Reveal 'Extraordinary' Relationship With Married Woman

    Pope John Paul II had a close relationship with a married woman which lasted over 30 years, according to letters which feature in a documentary being shown by the BBC on Monday. Although the documentary does not claim he broke his vow of celibacy with Polish-born philosopher and writer...
  14. RemmyAlex

    World Africa: Time To Target Fake Preachers And Prophets

    Self-proclaimed preachers and prophets who say they can perform miracles are growing in popularity across Africa, BBC reports. Of concern to many with interests in the Christian faith are the “prophet of God” or “man of God” churches. These are led by self-proclaimed prophets or messengers who...
  15. RemmyAlex

    Politics Buhari Reveals Why He Cannot Prosecute Alison Madueke

    President Muhammadu Buhari, has revealed why he is unable to prosecute the former minister of petroleum resources, Deizani Alison-Madueke and other petroleum workers over what he called lack of evidence. According to Breaking Times report, the president stated this in an exclusive interview...
  16. RemmyAlex

    World Benoit Violier, 'World's Best Chef,' Found Dead At Home

    Chef Benoit Violier, whose Swiss restaurant was named the best in the world in December, has been found dead at his home, BBC reports. Mr Violier, 44, ran the Restaurant de l'Hotel de Ville in Crissier, near the city of Lausanne. It earned three Michelin stars and came top in France's La Liste...
  17. RemmyAlex

    World Facebook to Introduce 'Reactions' to Replace 'Awkward Likes'

    Facebook is rolling out a range of Reactions to replace its iconic Like button. Facebook told Bloomberg Business that users should expect the Reactions “in the next few weeks.” For those passionate about the Like button, it will still be available. Don’t you worry. The social network's...
  18. RemmyAlex

    Metro Nigerian Flag is Boring: Africans React to BBC

    After BBC Africa posted a lousy statement on its social media platform asking whether the Nigeria's flag is boring or not, Africans have reacted to the post: See comments: BBC Africa Insults the Nigerian Flag ?
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