President Muhammadu Buhari has been advised to take things slowly.
Garba Shehu, presidential spokesperson said, the president’s absence at the last Federal Executive Council meeting was a last minute decision.
Shehu called for calm, saying that if there was anything wrong with President Buhari, the cabinet and the general public would have been alerted in advance. They revealed that doctors to President Muhammadu Buhari have advised he takes things slowly due to his health.
Toh! In a series of tweets, the special adviser to the president on media and publicity Garba Shehu said speculations in some section of the media over the president’s health is uncalled for. He said the absence of President Buhari at the last Federal Executive Council meeting on Wednesday, April 26, was a last minute decision.
Bubu take it easy!
Stephanie Otobo’s ‘Canada friend’ has exposed her after her current scandal with Pastor Suleman.
Waawau! She claimed that Otobo is a serial blackmailer.
She said having acquired a negative reputation in Toronto, Stephanie moved to Vancouver where she topped her game by joining so many dating sites.
She catch fish! Stephanie Otobo has been in the news recently for her allegation against popular man of God, Apostle Johnson Suleman.
Otobo alleged that the man of God had an amorous relationship with her and had subsequently promised her marriage which never materialised.
For Chad Ex-Leader Habre Upheld
Dakar – An appeals court in Senegal has upheld the life sentence of former Chad dictator Hissene Habre on war crimes charges.
The court also ruled on Thursday that a trust fund be set up to manage reparations awarded to the more than 4 000 victims. Habre has been ordered to pay millions of dollars in compensation.
The trial against Habre began in July 2015 and was the first in which courts of one country prosecuted the former ruler of another for alleged human rights crimes.
Jail Terms Over Gruesome Death
Of Morrocan Fish Monger
Rabat – A Moroccan court has sentenced seven people to between five and eight months in prison over the death of a fish seller crushed in a rubbish truck.
Mouhcine Fikri, 31, was killed on October 28 as he protested against the authorities’ seizure and destruction of his swordfish, which had been caught out of season.
His death in the northern port of Al-Hoceima sparked nationwide protests.
15 Boko Haram Gunmen In Sambisa
At least 15 gunmen believed to be Boko Haram fighters were shot dead during a fierce battle with soldiers inside Sambisa forest on Thursday morning, officials said.
The gunmen, according to a release sent in from the 7 Division Nigeria Army on Thursday evening, attempted to attack troops’ base inside Sambisa forest.
The attack came months after the Nigerian military received global accolades when it announced the final defeat of Boko Haram in the once dreaded Sambisa forest in December last year.