Nigeria is the most dangerous country in the world to be a Christian – US Congress

Nigeria has been cited as the most dangerous place for Christians in the world by the United States House of Representatives. The chairman of its subcommittee on Africa, Global Health, Human Rights and International Organisation, Christopher Smith, stated this in a letter inviting former President Goodluck Jonathan to make a presentation to the Sub-Committee on……

Trump Goes After Obama Again

The United States president, Donald J. Trump is set to launch a full investigation into the past president, Barack Obama following the wire tapping accusations made against him. Donald Trump who had accused Obama of wire tapping leading to the elections which held on November 8, 2016 is asking the United States Congress to beam……

Trump soft pedals on immigration ban, set to take Iran off list

President of the United States of America, Donald Trump has soft pedaled on his immigration stance after he told the American Congress that he was open to immigration reform. While addressing Congress in a speech that offered a more restrained tone than his election campaign and first month in the White House, Trump shifted from…

FG Endorses Pinnick Candidature For CAF Seat

The Government of the Federal Republic of Nigeria, through the Youth and Sports Ministry, has further endorsed the candidature of NFF President Amaju Pinnick for a seat on the Executive Committee of Confederation of African Football, at the polls scheduled for next month’s Congress in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia. At a meeting convened by Youth and…

Trump’s Supreme Court nominee frowns at president’s tweet attack on a judge

Neil Gorsuch, who incidentally is Donald Trump’s Supreme Court nominee, has thumbed down Twitter attacks by the US President targeted at a judge who suspended Trump’s travel ban on seven Muslim-majority countries. Gorsuch described Trump’s comments directed at US District Judge James Robart on Twitter as as “demoralizing” and “disheartening”. In his Twitter comments, Trump…

Duterte considers imposing martial law in fight against drugs

President of the Philippines Rodrigo Duterte has warned that if his fight against drug peddlers became “very virulent”, then he’ll be forced to impose martial law. The controversial leader made the comments while speaking to members of a chamber of commerce in the southern city of Davao late on Saturday, while also noting that he…

FBI beams its searchlight on Clinton’s aide’s emails

Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton is facing more scrutiny by the FBI which has obtained a warrant to scrutinize a new batch of emails of her aide which are potentially tied to Clinton. The emails, belonging to Clinton’s closest aide, Huma Abedin, came to light during an investigation of disgraced former New York congressman Anthony Weiner,…

Congress rejects Obama veto of Saudi 9/11 lawsuits bill

US President Barack Obama Congress has voted to override President Barack Obama’s veto of a bill that would allow families of 9/11 victims to sue Saudi Arabian officials. In the first veto override of his presidency, the Senate voted 97-1 and the House of Representatives 348-77, meaning the bill becomes law. Mr Obama told CNN…