Police Arrest Pastor, 36 Suspected Cult Members

[Leadership] Uyo -In its resolve to rid the state of undesirable criminals, Police in Akwa Ibom state have arrested no fewer than 35 cultists belonging to two different cult groups operating in Ukanafun, Etim-Ekpo and Onna Local Government areas of sta…

[Leadership] Uyo -In its resolve to rid the state of undesirable criminals, Police in Akwa Ibom state have arrested no fewer than 35 cultists belonging to two different cult groups operating in Ukanafun, Etim-Ekpo and Onna Local Government areas of state including a Pastor of one of the new generation churches.

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria

Arsenal Legend Rates Ndidi High As Stoke, Leicester Share Honours

[Vanguard] Legendary Arsenal striker, Ian Wright has praised the work ethics of Wilfred Ndidi as his club Leicester played a 2-2 draw against Stoke City in a game the up and coming Super Eagles midfielder was named Man of the Match.

[Vanguard] Legendary Arsenal striker, Ian Wright has praised the work ethics of Wilfred Ndidi as his club Leicester played a 2-2 draw against Stoke City in a game the up and coming Super Eagles midfielder was named Man of the Match.

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria

African Union Troops Prepare to Leave

[Dalsan Radio] African Union Peace Keeping forces in Somalia AMISOM on Saturday explained recent troops movement as final realignment before their exit from the Horn of Africa country.

[Dalsan Radio] African Union Peace Keeping forces in Somalia AMISOM on Saturday explained recent troops movement as final realignment before their exit from the Horn of Africa country.

source: AllAfrica News: Somalia

Voters Given Rice Pledge for Numbers

[East African] The Zimbabwean government will award 300 tonnes of rice to the top 10 districts that mobilise the most people to register as voters ahead of next year’s election.

[East African] The Zimbabwean government will award 300 tonnes of rice to the top 10 districts that mobilise the most people to register as voters ahead of next year's election.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Police Charges U.S. Citizen Over Robert Mugabe ‘Goblin’ Tweet

[Deutsche Welle] Zimbabwe police have charged US citizen Martha O’Donovan for allegedly referring to President Robert Mugabe as a “goblin” on Twitter. It is the first arrest since the launch of a ministry to control social media.

[Deutsche Welle] Zimbabwe police have charged US citizen Martha O'Donovan for allegedly referring to President Robert Mugabe as a "goblin" on Twitter. It is the first arrest since the launch of a ministry to control social media.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe