David Rockefeller’s exit leaves a vacuum in the New World Order, marks end of an era

One of the pillars of the New World Order and an elite member of international manipulators of political and Financial turf, David Rockefeller, dies of congestive heart failure in his sleep. He was 101 years old. A statement from The Rockefeller Foundation confirmed his death, describing him as “one of the most influential figures in the history of American philanthropy and finance, considered by many to be ‘America’s last great international business statesman’.” Rockefeller, who would have been 102 in August, had his seventh successful heart transplant last year in…

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Protesters Storm Amnesty International Office, Says it Should vacate Nigeria

By Akinwale Kasali Few weeks after the Nigeria Army call on Amnesty International, an international non governmental organisation to stop dabbling into Nigeria security, a group under the aegis of  Global Peace and Rescue Initiative, GOPRI, in their thousands stormed the office of the organisation calling for it to vacate Nigeria within 24 hours. The Executive Director of the group, Melvin Ejeh, said that the group is demanding that AI leaves the shores of nigeria within 24 hours. And if it failed to comply, the group will begin a Five-Day-Occupy…

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Breaking: U.S apologizes to Britain over wiretap accusation

The allegation that former president Obama of the United States used the GCHQ-the initial for the British Intelligence finding Agency-to spy on trump Towers before the elections just hit an embarrassing low as the Trump presidency may have apologized to Britain for the goof. the controversy started when a Media commentator judge on Fox news, a pro Republican television station with substantial influence from the Bush Dynasty, alleged that Obama used the GCHQ to wire tap Trump Towers, an allegation that Sean Spicer, Trump’s Press Secretary.and denied by GCHQ, who…

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Xenophobic Attacks: Senates Swings Into Action, Names Delegation to South Africa

By Akinwale Kasali Following the attacks on Nigerians by South Africans over the past few weeks, the Senate has swung into action by naming a strong delegation to investigate the ongoing xenophobic attacks in the country. The attacks on Nigerians by South Africans have seen many Nigerians losing their lives and properties. This has not augur well with Nigerians who over the week staged a protest to the Embassy of South Africa and also to the MTN companies in the country. At a plenary section today in Abuja, the President…

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When President Trump Spoke With A Ghost

By Olalekan Waheed Adigun My father, Memudu Adigun, died of stroke when I was barely two  years into my secondary education. Before then, like many others at my age, I have heard stories of angels, ghosts and spirits having conversations with people. Some even claim they “see” one of their grandparents days after they were dead. Since, I never met my grandparents while they were alive, I couldn’t make such fantastic claims since I never even know how they look. With this, I was left to wonder what it was…

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Xenophobic Attack: South Africans Strikes Again

By Akinwale Kasali Tears, pain and anguish was the lot of some Nigerians living in Rosettenvile, South of Johannesburg, South Africa, yesterday, as no fewer than 20 houses owned by Nigerians was looted, burgled and destroyed by South Africans. This came as a result of rumours that foreign nationals living in the neighbourhood who are mostly Nigerians are into drug peddling and prostitution. This made some South Africans go berserk, targeting Nigerians and looting their houses. Confirming the attack, Marc Gbaffou, African Diaspora Forum chairperson, condemned the attack and also…

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Gambia: Jammeh’s U-turn A Shocker To The World

President of Gambia, Yahya Jammeh’s rejection of the Presidential Election results of the tiny nation won by the opposition candidate, Adama Barrow has left the world in shock. Senegal, which borders Gambia has called for an urgent meeting of the United Nations Security Council  and rights groups are galvanising the world to resist his effort to subvert the election. In a surprising somersault, Jammeh, who has ruled Gambia for 22 years, announced on state TV that he was rejecting the result, which he  accepted  last week as reflective of the…

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Uneasy Trump Card

Donald Trump wins the American Presidential election, but is haunted by election promises and disaffected Americans By Uche Mbah Fallout of Donald Trump election: California wants to opt out of the United States of America. And this is official. A”Yes California” campaign is currently gaining momentum backing an independence referendum supporting a constitutional exit of the state from the US. 60% of the state’s voters supported the presidential loser, Hillary Clinton. “As the sixth largest economy in the world, California is more economically powerful than France and has a population…

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The new cold war

Syria and ISIL are becoming hotbeds of conflicts that resurrected the cold way By Uche Mbah It is 1930s all over again. Arms build up, military drills, tough talks, and war diplomacy-this spells danger for a world that has widened the divide between the haves and have nots. Last week, Russia beefed up measures geared towards a nuclear war with the West – upgrading bunkers and resurrecting Soviet-era civil defense plans. In fact, Kremlin last month held four days of emergency drills for 40 million Russians and 200,000 specialist rescue…

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Italy: Nature’s Fury

Devastating Earthquake hits central Italy with disasterous consequences By Uche Mbah The 6.2 magnitude earthquake that rattled a mountainous suburb of Italy last week could have had less devastating effect but for two major reasons. One is that the earthquake was shallow at its epicenter, which was about 140 kilometers from Rome, the Italian capital. It also was deadly because the buildings were not built to withstand earthquakes, and crumbled at the earliest tremor. At the last count, over 250 people were confirmed dead as more bodies were being pulled…

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The Secret World of Isis Training Camps

By Hassan Hassan Hamid Ghannam’s first day  at an Islamic State (Isis)  training camp was intense. Very early on the morning of 13 August, he picked up his packed clothes and walked quickly to the main street in his village to meet three of his cousins. As with many of Isis’s young members, he did so without informing his parents. The cousins drove in a white minibus to an Isis camp at the Omar oilfield in the desert of Mayadeen, Deir Ezzor, eastern Syria. The recruiter, a distant relative who…

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