US President-Elect Biden to reverse travel ban on first day in office

President elect Joe Biden has promised to make a couple of important executive orders in his first day in office. Among the promises include: masking mandates, reversal of travel bans on predominantly Muslim countries and rejoining the Paris Accord. Muslim countries include Syria, Yemen, Iraq, Iran and a host of others.  

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Breaking: Gokada owner Fahim Saleh gruesomely murdered

Fahim Saleh is the owner of gokada bike hailing company gokada in Nigeria. He was gruesomely murdered in his $2.2m NewYork apartment yesterday. NewYork policed department NYPD found his dismembered body yesterday afternoon. Sources reveal that he was killed with an electric saw and his body cuts into different pieces with is torso limbless and[...]

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U.S. bows to pressure, rescinds policy targeting foreign students

The United States has rescinded its recent immigration policy requiring foreign students to leave the country if all their classes were to be taught online. The United States has rescinded its recent immigration policy requiring foreign students to leave the country if all their classes were to be taught online. U.S. District Judge in Massachusetts,[...]

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Trump: The US will cut ties with WHO henceforth

Earlier today President Donald Trump announces that henceforth the United States will cut ties with WHO. This is in continuation of America’s investigation and conclusion regarding the roles the WHO played in the wake of the corona virus and China’s seeming control over the body. Trump lamented that although China gives only a $40m support[...]

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Revealed: Prince Harry officially drops his Royal surname, buy Mel Gibson’s old house in California for $15m (photos)

Prince Harry has dropped his royal surname after leaving Britain for California with wife Meghan Markle. The Duke of Sussex, 35, is listed as Prince Henry Charles Albert David, Duke of Sussex in documents registering new eco-friendly tourism firm Travalyst, which will feature a grading system for users to track their carbon emissions. He has effectively ditched both his[...]

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Abacha loot: UK backs US, opposes FG’s plan to pay Bagudu $110m

The United Kingdom has joined the United States in resisting a plan by the Nigerian government to give Kebbi State Governor, Atiku Bagudu, about $110m (N41.8bn) out of the $155m (N58.9bn) stolen by late dictator, Sani Abacha, Bloomberg reports. The US, the UK and Nigeria are involved in a dispute over investment portfolios worth $155m[...]

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Trump mocks billionaire Mike Bloomberg for quitting the presidential race after spending $500m on his campaign

US President, Donald Trump took to his Twitter handle on Wednesday evening to mock fellow billionaire Mike Bloomberg, after the Bloomberg Television founder announced he will be quitting the US Presidential race after spending a whooping $500m on his campain and advertising.   Mike Bloomberg, who spent funds reportedly in excess of half a billion dollars to self-fund[...]

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Visa ban: We informed Nigeria of impending action since March 2019, says US

The United States of America government says it notified all foreign governments of a change in its performance metrics for identity-management and information sharing criteria on March 11, 2019. In a statement published on the White House website, the US said Nigeria and the five other affected countries were among the worst-performing in the world.[...]

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Breaking: Trump acquitted of both charges in Senate impeachment trial

 The Senate has today Wednesday voted to acquit President Donald Trump on both counts in his impeachment trial. Forty-eight senators, including one Republican, voted to convict Trump on a count of abuse of power, while 52, all Republicans, voted to acquit him. The president was also impeached on the charge of obstruction of Congress. The acquittal vote[...]

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Abacha’s $308 million loot to return to Nigeria as FG and US sign agreement

The United States of America and the Nigerian government on Monday February 3, signed an Asset Recovery Agreement to repatriate over $308 million of forfeited assets to Nigeria.    The confiscated funds were laundered through the US banking system and then held in bank accounts in Jersey in the name of Doraville Properties Corporation, a BVI[...]

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