Trump grips Mexico in the ass

Donald Trump, the US president appears to have shaken off all obstacles on his way to continue the deportation of 11 million illegal immigrants from United States, and has proceeded to make Mexico pay for the proposed wall on the borders. On Wednesday, the secretary to the state Rex Tillerson together with his counterpart at the Homeland Security Department, John Kelly was in Mexico to force the nation to sign a set of “hostile” rules. Homeland security has revealed plans to declare virtually all the illegal immigrants in USA subject…

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Arsene Wenger signs 2-year-deal, quells speculations

Arsene Wenger is to remain in charge at Arsenal after signing a new two-year deal. The news follows talks between owner Stan Kroenke, chief executive Ivan Gazidis and the 67-year-old after Arsenal had ended a turbulent season on a high by defeating Chelsea 2-1 in Saturday’s FA Cup final. The decision was communicated to the Arsenal board at a meeting on Tuesday and ends months of speculation over Wenger’s future. Calls for Wenger to step down had intensified over the last weeks of the season, with many Arsenal fans believing…

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Palestinian Authorities sponsor terrorism with staggering incentives

The Palestinian Authority has paid out NIS 4 billion ($1.12 billion) over the past four years towards salaries for terrorists and their families, a former intelligence chief said on Monday. Brig.-Gen. (res.) Yossi Kuperwasser, who served as the director general of the Ministry of Strategic Affairs, told the Knesset’s Foreign Affairs and Defense Committee that the longer a Palestinian security prisoner is jailed, “the higher the salary. … Anyone who has sat in prison for more than 30 years gets NIS 12,000 ($3,360) per month.” “When they’re released, they get…

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Trump proves against the establishment again

After just three months on the job, White House communications director Mike Dubke is out. The seasoned Republican operative was one of the few staffers respected by establishment Republicans in Washington, D.C., but was ultimately unwilling to continue to try to shape a daily narrative for the Trump White House. Dubke resigned on May 18, according to Axios’s Mike Allen, after taking the job in March. He was viewed as a professional close to White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer and Chief of Staff Reince Priebus, both familiar with the…

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Buhari recieved youth award

Presidency said that President Muhammadu Buhari contested for president up to four times to bequeath a better future for Nigerian youth. The Special Adviser to the President on Media and Publicity, Mr. Femi Adesina made the disclosure in Abuja on Tuesday when he received a Golden Leadership Award from the National Youths Advocacy for Good Governance Initiative at the Presidential Villa, Abuja. He asked the youth to join other Nigerians in supporting the President in his effort to evolve a new Nigeria for the upcoming generation. ‘‘One of the reasons…

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Court arraigned woman, 25, for selling her baby

Sandra Ishaku, 25, was on Tuesday arraigned at Upper Area Court in Jos for allegedly selling her four-month-old baby for N100,000. Ishaku, together with three others –Amechi Emmanuel, Jones Osim (a lawyer) and Gladys Chukwuma –were charged with conspiracy, cruelty, and child abandonment. According to the prosecutor, Mr. L. O. Ocho, Ishaku, on May 10, 2017, sold her baby to Chukwuma for N100,000. Ocho told the court that the transaction was carried out in Jos, in the chambers of Osim, a legal practitioner. “Ishaku (the accused) conspired with Emmanuel and…

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Biafra: S/East sits at home in total compliance

The sit-at-home order by the Indigenous People of Biafra, IPOB, to mark the 50th anniversary of the declaration of the defunct Republic of Biafra and honour heroes and heroines of the struggle, was complied with in the five states of the South East, yesterday. Outside the S-East, the directive was partly complied with in Port Harcourt, Asaba and Bayelsa but ignored in Uyo. Most markets, banks and schools in Abia, Anambra, Ebonyi, Enugu and Imo states, including those in the rural areas, were closed and the roads were totally deserted…

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PDP carpets Buhari government at 2

The Peoples Democratic Party National Caretaker Committee has taken a swipe at the President Muhammadu Buhari-led administration as it marks two years in office tomorrow. In a statement signed by the National Publicity Secretary, Prince Dayo Adeyeye, the party said the APC had in the past two years squandered the opportunity given it by Nigerians even as it accused the ruling party of crass ineptitude. “Tomorrow May 29, 2017 marks another ‘Democracy Day’ and two years that our great Party, the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) bequeathed democratic governance to the…

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Benue crisis restarts amid NYSC camping

The brutal communal clash between Jekun and Tiv ethnic groups in Benue state surfaces again, immediately claiming 3 lives with 20 houses razed to ashes. It was gathered that governor Samuel Ortom of the state has dashed to quell the incidence but not before lives and properties were destroyed. The Commissioner of police in the state, Mr. Bashir Makama said it was only one person who died in the crisis, although residents of the areas confirmed that they have counted 3. However, the police admits that so many houses were…

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Coup: Tension keeps rising over alleged military takeover

The rumour that the Nigerian army is readying itself to strike President Buhari’s administration has been confirmed again and again. At the Special Joint Parliamentary session organized by Lagos state House of Assembly, so many voices spoke to show that indeed that the soldiers are nursing ambition to rule Nigeria again. Asiwaju Bola Tinibu, the former Lagos state governor who spoke at the event was vocal about his position that Nigerians should mobilize opinions and every available resources at their disposal to deter such plan. Describing as merchants of “bad…

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