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Tanzania President, Magufuli Announced Dead

Tanzania President John Pombe Magufuli has officially been announced dead by the vice president Samia Suluhu, confirming the widespread rumours by the opposition that he’d died last week. Suluhu said Magufuli died of heart complications on Wednesday at a hospital in Dar es Salam but all indications seem to point that Magufuli, 61, who controversially won a disputed election last year

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Raymond Moi Blast Baringo MCA’s For Felling BBI Yet County Is Deep In Poverty

Raymond Moi blasts Baringo MCAs for felling BBI yet county is deep in poverty. Moi who hails from Baringo and whose father Daniel arap Moi ruled Kenya for 24 years until 2002, said the county is deep in poverty that only the BBI bill can address. Speaking at a public rally in Nakuru county on Friday, February 13, the KANU

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South African Government Approves N105,400 As New Minimum Wage

President Cyril Ramaphosa led government of South Africa, has approved R21,69 Rand (577 naira) per hour as new National minimum wage for workers in the country. For the records, the newly approved wage if converted to the Nigeria naira will equal N105,400. The increment as confirmed by the country’s Employment and Labor Minister, TW Nxesi, in a statement on Wednesday

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Man Who Ate Gecko For Dare ‘Rots From Inside Out’ And Dies Within Days

A “happy-go-lucky” father died 10 days after eating a gecko for a dare at a party. David Dowell, 34, contracted a salmonella infection after downing the lizard as part of a bet. His grief-stricken family today described him as a loving dad and the “life of the party”. “I don’t think there was anyone who met him who didn’t love the person he was,” said Allira

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South African Citizens Issue Final Vacation Notice To All Foreigners, To Leave Their Country Or Die

It appears the xenophobia in South Africa, which happened recently, will still reoccur again. And if that is the case, Nigerians and other foreigners in South Africa need to brace themselves for more crisis ahead. As some South African citizens have written an open letter to all foreigners to leave their country. The letter, stated that after their elections on

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Tell us about your experience with Police in your country

We are very keen to know your experience with your local police force. Share your experience with us and may publish your story. Just follow the link on our website; click on menu, select contact us, follow the instructions to write your story on the comments section. Alternatively, you can send us an email on wakeupafrica360@gmail.com Do not let that

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Nigerian JTF Destroys 436 Illegal Refineries In Niger-Delta

The Joint Military Taskforce (JTF) code-named “Operation Delta Safe” briefed journalists in Yenagoa in Bayelsa State, last Thursday where is disclosed that it had destroyed at least 436 illegal refineries in the Niger-Delta region. Brig-Gen. John Agim, Acting Director of Defence Information, who made the briefing said that the illegal refineries were destroyed in the operations which started from October

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‘Take Advantage Of Migrant Resource Centers” FG To Nigerians

Many Nigerians have migrated and others are still planning to migrate to other countries in the near future. However, the Federal Government advised Nigerians on Wednesday to make good use of the newly created Migrant Resource Centres (MRC) to get adequate information about their desired destination countries. The government collaborated with the International Organisation for Migration (IOM), to establish the

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Red Alert: Chinese Drug Containing Human Foetuses & Hepatitis B Could Be In Circulation

There may be an influx of a Chinese drug, which is said to contain human foetuses, Hepatits B and other 18.7 Billion viruses may be in circulation. According to Sahara Reporters, the Chinese drug which is said to cure cancer, diabetes, boost stamina and other diseases, may also contain very dangerous viruses which are harmful to human health. According to

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