Court Orders National Assembly to Begin Impeachment of Buhari

[Guardian] Osogbo -A Federal High Court sitting in Osogbo, Osun State, yesterday ordered the National Assembly to immediately commence the impeachment of President Muhammadu Buhari.

[Guardian] Osogbo -A Federal High Court sitting in Osogbo, Osun State, yesterday ordered the National Assembly to immediately commence the impeachment of President Muhammadu Buhari.

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Sables Get Down to Business

[The Herald] AFTER weathering the storm that characterised their arrival in Tunis, Zimbabwe’s Sables got down to business yesterday as they resumed preparations for their Rugby Africa Gold Cup clash against Tunisia on Saturday. Following the debacle wh…

[The Herald] AFTER weathering the storm that characterised their arrival in Tunis, Zimbabwe's Sables got down to business yesterday as they resumed preparations for their Rugby Africa Gold Cup clash against Tunisia on Saturday. Following the debacle which started at Cartage Airport in Tunisia and grabbed global attention after they later rejected a sub-standard lodge they had been booked into, the Sables were later moved to the Alrawabi Hotel.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

President Tells of Being Made to Hold a Bomb During 1964 Arrest

[The Herald] President Mnangagwa has for the first time opened up on circumstances surrounding his 1964 arrest after bombing the Rhodesian steam locomotive in Fort Victoria (now Masvingo), revealing how he was forced to hold an explosive device during …

[The Herald] President Mnangagwa has for the first time opened up on circumstances surrounding his 1964 arrest after bombing the Rhodesian steam locomotive in Fort Victoria (now Masvingo), revealing how he was forced to hold an explosive device during interrogation by security personnel from the Ian Smith regime.

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We Didn’t Ill-Treat Sables Rugby Players, Say Tunisians

[The Herald] THE Tunisians have rejected claims that they ill-treated the Zimbabwe Sables delegation and claim the visitors were in the mood to cause problems for them from the moment they arrived in Tunis. There has been widespread condemnation of the…

[The Herald] THE Tunisians have rejected claims that they ill-treated the Zimbabwe Sables delegation and claim the visitors were in the mood to cause problems for them from the moment they arrived in Tunis. There has been widespread condemnation of the way the Sables were treated, including being given a sub-standard lodge which they rejected, with the Zimbabweans ending up sleeping on the streets.

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Health Minister Urges Rich Nigerians to Contribute to Health Sector

[This Day] Abuja -The Minister of Health Prof. Isaac Adewe, has urged rich Nigerians to emulate the philanthropic gesture of the Sarumi family by contributing and investing in the development of the nation’s health sector.

[This Day] Abuja -The Minister of Health Prof. Isaac Adewe, has urged rich Nigerians to emulate the philanthropic gesture of the Sarumi family by contributing and investing in the development of the nation's health sector.

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Buhari Warns His Successors Not to Return Stolen Assets to Looters

[This Day] Abuja -President Muhammadu Buhari Wednesday warned his successors not return the loots and assets recovered by his administration from those who looted the nation’s treasury.

[This Day] Abuja -President Muhammadu Buhari Wednesday warned his successors not return the loots and assets recovered by his administration from those who looted the nation's treasury.

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Ruling Party Splits As New Faction Emerges

[Guardian] Weeks after it elected new national leaders, Nigeria’s ruling All Progressives Congress has been split into factions after a number of top members announced the formation of a group.

[Guardian] Weeks after it elected new national leaders, Nigeria's ruling All Progressives Congress has been split into factions after a number of top members announced the formation of a group.

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