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To get real change on gun violence, vote out Republicans

Regarding the Sept. 4 editorial “Do something, Mr. McConnell”: One definition of insanity is doing the same thing over and over again and expecting a different result. By that measure, it would be insane to expect Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-Ky.) or, for that matter, any member of the

BREAKING: Mark Sanford announces HE’S RUNNING

Mark Sanford has just announced he’s running for president in the Republican Primary because America “has lost its way”: FOX NEWS – Former South Carolina Gov. Mark Sanford announced Sunday that he is running for president as a Republican, becoming the latest to challenge President Trump in the GOP primaries.

Celebrating Nigeria @ 58!

  I bought a sheet of cardboard paper  months back. The cardboard sheet in my hand, felt so thin, almost like a normal paper sheet. My thoughts were immediately taken back to the  times  when I had to use cardboard in my earliest educational pursuit. The one in my hand

Airline reappears 20 years after it vanished

Read More After a delay to flights that lasted nearly 20 years, Uganda Airlines has once again taken to the skies above Africa, restoring its status as the country’s national carrier. More

Sowore: Group Petitions US Department Of State, To Protest At Nigerian Embassy In Washington Friday

Read More   A group, African Renaissance Organisation, has sent a petition to the United States Department of State over the continued detention of rights activist, Omoyele Sowore. Sowore was arrested on August 3, 2019 by operatives of the Department of State Services for urging Nigerians to pour out to

We’ll Hunt South-East Governors Abroad, Vows Nnamdi Kanu

Read More   Nnamdi Kanu, leader of the Indigenous People of Biafra, has said members of the group outside of Nigeria will hunt and hound south-east governors when they visit foreign countries, according to a report by PUNCH. He said, “We shall continue to hunt and hound them whenever they

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  I bought a sheet of cardboard paper  months back. The cardboard sheet in my hand, felt so thin, almost like a normal paper sheet. My thoughts were immediately taken back to the  times  when I had to use cardboard in my earliest educational pursuit. The one in my hand

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  I bought a sheet of cardboard paper  months back. The cardboard sheet in my hand, felt so thin, almost like a normal paper sheet. My thoughts were immediately taken back to the  times  when I had to use cardboard in my earliest educational pursuit. The one in my hand

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