All Nigerians Stranded in Libya Will Be Home – President Buhari

Abidjan: President Muhammadu Buhari on Tuesday night in Abidjan declared that all Nigerians stranded in Libya and other parts of the world will be brought home and rehabilitated. The President while speaking when he addressed Nigerians in the Diaspora, vowed to reduce the number of Nigerians heading for Europe illegally through the Sahara Desert and... Continue Reading →


How OPEC Prevent oil Price drop

Brent crude oil LCOc1 was up 20 cents a barrel at $62.07 by 0830 GMT. U.S. light crude was 10 cents higher at $55.43 a barrel. Global oil markets are looking ahead to a meeting of the Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries in Vienna on Nov. 30 which is expected to decide to extend limits... Continue Reading →

Sociologists Claim that Political Inclinations are informed by a Persons home and Social Group

SAGES from philosophers to pollsters have long struggled to explainwhat makes voters lean left or right. As political animals, people are unpredictable. Why do conservative poor people vote against their economic interests? Why do privileged young intellectuals stump for the welfare state? Some political scientists like to believe political preferences are rooted in “rational choices”. Sociologists claim that political... Continue Reading →

Saudi Crown Prince, Salman Moves could Damage U S Interests 

US officials have expressed "growing alarm" at the moves made recently by Saudi Arabia's crown prince saying they could "damage US interests", the New York Times reported. US diplomats along with officials from the Pentagon and Central Intelligence Agency say Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman "is behaving recklessly without sufficient consideration to the likely consequences... Continue Reading →

Grace Mugabe Fled Zimbabwe

First Lady was said to be being lined up to succeed her husband as presidentGrace Mugabe, the wife of Zimbabwean President Robert Mugabe, is reported to have fled the country for neighbouring Namibia. Her husband is thought to be under house arrest in the southern African country's capital, Harare, after the Zimbabwean military took control... Continue Reading →

Zimbabwe: Was it a Military Coup or Not

As dawn breaks over Harare, the capital, residents will be looking out of their windows to see if soldiers are patrolling the streets. Yesterday rumours of an army-led coup spread rapidly, after a small number of armoured personnel carriers were seen moving from a military barracks and heading towards Harare. Ordinarily such troop movements would... Continue Reading →

Winston Churchil not Better than Adolf Hitler

Dr Tharoor, a former Under-Secretary General of the UN, says the blame for the Bengal Famine rests with Churchill ROHIT JAIN PARAS/AFP/Getty ImagesAn Indian politician has said Winston Churchill is no better than Adolf Hitler and the two leaders have equivalent amounts of “blood” on their hands. Dr Shashi Tharoor, whose new book Inglorious Empire... Continue Reading →

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