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BREAKING: Ghana Security Agents Intercept 978 Bars Of Gold Worth N8.2b Allegedly Belonging To ex-Governor Yari Of Zamfara |RN

Sahel Online paper has reported that, a total of 978 Bars of Gold which allegedly belong to the former Governor of Zamfara state Abdul Aziz Abubakar Yari, valued approximately at 8.2 Billion Naira, has been intercepted at Kokota International Airport Accra Ghana by the Ghanian Customs official’s.

Feds aiming to drop hotel quarantine requirement in July for travelers fully vaccinated against COVID-19

Those able to enter Canada may soon be able to skip a stay at a government approved quarantine hotel.

Thousands gather at London vigil for a family that ran down in a hate-motivated attack

Thousands of people, including political and community leaders, gathered outside a London mosque Tuesday night to remember the members of a Muslim family who police say were intentionally struck down by a vehicle in a hate-motivated attack over the weekend.

More than 800 criminals arrested after using an encrypted messaging app developed by FBI

THE HAGUE, Netherlands (AP) -- Criminal gangs divulged plans for moving drug shipments and carrying out killings on a messaging app secretly run by the FBI, law enforcement agencies said Tuesday, as they unveiled a global sting operation they said dealt an “unprecedented blow” to organized crime in countries around the world.

BREAKING: Prophet T.B. Joshua is dead

Mr Joshua reigned for several decades as a fiery preacher on television, using his platform to attract a large number of Christians from across the world.

American returnee Kidnapped in Ilorin, as abductors demand #100m ransom

Kidnappers of Ilorin born Kwara returnee, Muritala Adebayo, has demanded a ransom of #100m to secure his release, Fresh Insight has exclusively gathered.

Ontario government intends to keep schools closed until fall: sources

The question of whether to re-open Ontario schools in June has led to some fierce debates among experts and education leaders.Ford does not want schools open in June: sources

Federal government launches loan program for Black-owned businesses

OTTAWA - The federal government is opening the doors to a loan program that will provide financing to Black-owned businesses that often face a steep hill to access capital.

Ont. extends some COVID-19 orders, including a ban on recreational camping and provincial border closures

The Ontario Government has extended certain orders under its Emergency Management and Civil Protection Act within the province.

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Twitter removes Nigerian president’s ‘abusive’ civil war post

The social media company says the post violated its abusive behaviour policy, leading to a 12-hour suspension of his account.

SENATE PASSES BILL PROHIBITING EMPLOYERS FROM DISCRIMINATING BETWEEN UNIVERSITY’S FIRST DEGREE AND HND HOLDERS

The Nigerian Senate has passed a bill that prohibits employers in the country from discriminating between first degree and Higher National Diploma...

Ontario schools will not return to in-person learning in June: Premier Ford

Ontario elementary and secondary students will not be returning to class in-person anywhere in the province before September 2021, Premier Doug Ford confirmed Wednesday.