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Jubilation In Sudan As Military Chief Steps Down

Crowds of Sudanese waving flags and chanting “we toppled two presidents in two days” celebrated in the capital late Friday after the country’s military council chief stepped down a day after he was sworn in. “We have done it, we …

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Sudan’s Military Announces Two-Year Rule, Shuts Borders

Sudanese Defence Minister Ahmed Awad Ibnouf delivering a speech in Khartoum, announcing that President Omar al-Bashir was removed from power on April 11, 2019 AFP Sudan’s army ousted veteran president Omar al-Bashir Thursday, but protestors against his iron-fisted rule swiftly …

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As it was in Algeria, Sudan Leader resigns after 30 years rule

A political hardliner and controversial leader of Sudan, Omar Al-Bashir, has stepped down after 30 years in power, reports say Thursday. United Arab Emirates-based Al-Arabiya network reported that Mr Al-Bashir resigned his position with immediate effect. The 75-year-old has reportedly …

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Nigeria’s economy is slipping -World Bank

The World Bank Group, on Monday, said Nigeria’s economy has performed below par since 1995. In a classification of growth performance included in the 14th edition of Africa’s Pulse, Nigeria was ranked in the bottom tercile alongside Angola, South Africa and 16 other countries saying …

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Saraki to govt. of Qatar: End visa ban on Nigerians

Senate President, Bukola Saraki, has urged the Government of Qatar to end its visa restriction on Nigerians. Saraki, according to a statement by his Media Office, made the request during a meeting with the Prime Minister and Minister of Interior …

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FG Condemns Execution Of Nigerian In Saudi Arabia

The Federal Government has condemned in the strongest terms, the execution of a Nigerian national, Mrs. Kudirat Adesola Afolabi, widow and mother of two, in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia for drug-related offenses. Nigeria’s Minister of Foreign Affairs, Geoffrey Onyeama …

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