Monthly Archives: March 2019

New Zealand Attack: What This Australian MP Said About Islam Will Shock Many Muslims

Australian senator Fraser Anning

An Australian MP has been condemned for his “disgusting” claim, that New Zealand’s Muslim migrants were the cause of the terrorist attacks against mosques in Christchurch. Fraser Anning, who is known for his incendiary rhetoric, said the attacks should not be blamed on nationalism, but on New Zealand’s migration policy. “I am utterly opposed to any form of violence within

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CAF President Ahmad Ahmad Granted US Visa Following Outrage Over Denial

Confederation of African Football (CAF) president Ahmad, has belatedly received his visa to enter the United States for this week’s Fifa Council meetings. The Fifa Vice-President was unable to attend the opening session of the two-day meeting, after visa delays. Earlier reports indicated the Malagasy had been refused a visa, which Caf when contacted by the BBC, confirmed. As of

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The Humble Lifestyle Of Professor Babagana Zulum, Governor-Elect Of Borno State, Who Still Goes To Work On His Bicycle

It is amazing that in these times when driving around the country in a convoy, possibly filled with soldiers and media crew. One can still find one exception, in the person of Professor Babagana Zulum, Professor of Irrigation Engineering, now governor-elect of Borno State. The professor resumed lectures few days after the governorship elections riding his bicycle from his house

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Fuel Hikes: Cedi Depreciation Driving Prices High

Oil Marketing Companies (OMCs), are bemoaning the dire impact the Cedi depreciation is having on their operations. The OMCs warned that they may be forced to increase their prices at the pumps  if the rate of depreciation continues. The local currency has depreciated more than 8.5 percent this year, hitting GHS5.54 from GHS4.99, at the beginning of the year in

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