I actually had no intention to join issues with Dae Stephen Deegbara over the gibberish he wrote yesterday on Facebook and shared on WhatsApp against Distinguished Senator Magnus Abe in the name of a phony, non-existent group (Ogoni Young Progressives Leaders Forum), but being from the same place with him, somehow, the name of OGONI […]
The death toll from rioting in South Africa rose to 45 on Tuesday as police and the military tried to halt the unrest in poor areas of two provinces that began last week after the imprisonment of former President Jacob Zuma.
Roger Federer announced on Tuesday he has withdrawn from the upcoming Tokyo Olympics after a “setback” in his recovery from a knee injury.
Pennsylvania’s highest court overturned Bill Cosby’s sex assault conviction Wednesday after finding an agreement with a previous prosecutor prevented him from being charged in the case.
An Ivory Coast court on Wednesday sentenced former prime minister and rebel leader Guillaume Soro in absentia to life in prison on charges of plotting a coup against his former ally President Alassane Ouattara.
R. Kelly has been transferred from prison in Chicago to a jail in New York ahead of his sex crimes trial next month, records showed Wednesday.
Brazil on Saturday crossed the grim threshold of 500,000 coronavirus deaths, the country’s health minister said, trailing only the United States in lives lost to Covid-19.
The Nigerian government has said Twitter, Facebook, Instagram and other social media giants must register in the country.
Minister of Information, Lai Mohammed has said on Wednesday that Twitter are in discussions with Nigeria after suspending the US social media giant’s services in the country, branding its use as “unpatriotic”.
When Nigeria’s military claimed Boko Haram leader Abubakar Shekau had been badly wounded in an air strike 2016, the jihadist chief soon appeared in a video to deny another of the many reports of his impending death.