A former actress accused Harvey Weinstein Friday of unzipping his pants and forcing himself on her, as a separate alleged victim publicly repeated rape allegations she had made in a newspaper interview. Heather Kerr, who appeared on 1980s US sitcom “The Facts of Life,” claims Weinstein attacked her during a private meeting when she was … Continue reading Two More Weinstein Accusers Go Public With Claims
A young student at a private school in Brazil shot dead two other children and wounded four more Friday, the emergency services said. There were conflicting reports from the authorities about the ages of those involved. All the victims were 12 or 13 years old, police and the fire department in the central city … Continue reading Student Shoots Two Dead In School
The All Progressives Congress’ Governorship candidate for the Anambra State governorship candidate, Mr Tony Nwoye, has kicked off his campaign with several promises. Mr Nwoye provided some details of his plans for the people of the state on Friday at a rally attended by Vice President Yemi Osinbajo as well as APC leaders and governors … Continue reading Anambra: APC’s Nwoye Starts Campaign With Promises For Education, Health Sectors
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Lagos State Governor, Mr Akinwunmi Ambode on Friday said the State Government is set to establish a commercial courthouse. The courthouse according to the governor will the set up with the objective of ensuring speedy resolution of disputes as well as drive commerce and enhance the ease of doing business in Lagos. Speaking at the State Executive … Continue reading Lagos To Establish Commercial Courthouse
French President Emmanuel Macron was on Friday urged to step in to help find a solution to an increasingly violent power struggle between Togo’s opposition and the government. Hundreds of thousands of people have taken to the streets since late August calling for the resignation of President Faure Gnassingbe, whose family has been in power … Continue reading Togo Opposition Leader Calls On France For Help
President Muhammadu Buhari has congratulated former Vice President and elder statesman, Dr Alex Ifeanyichukwu Ekwueme who will turn 85 years tomorrow, October 21, 2017. The President in a statement on Friday celebrates the octogenarian’s love for knowledge and search for wisdom from an early age which led him into obtaining many degrees in various fields of study, … Continue reading Buhari Congratulates Former Vice President Ekwueme At 85
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Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp believes “world-class” Harry Kane poses a bigger threat to his side than Manchester United’s Romelu Lukaku did last weekend. The Reds boss succeeded in dousing the threat from in-form United striker Lukaku in the goalless draw at Anfield although the job was made easier by Jose Mourinho’s cagey tactics. … Continue reading Kane A Bigger Threat Than Lukaku, Says Klopp
Jose Mourinho said on Friday that he expects Swedish striker Zlatan Ibrahimovic to be ready to return to action from his career-threatening knee ligament injury before the end of the year. The Manchester United manager has stubbornly refused to put a timeline on the absences of long-term injury victims Ibrahimovic and Paul Pogba, who suffered … Continue reading Zlatan Could Be Back This Year, Says Mourinho
There are strong indications that the workers of the National Emergency Management Agency have finally reached an agreement with the Minister of Labour, Mr Chris Ngige following an industrial action it earlier embarked upon. The staff of the agency had on Thursday, proceeded on a three-day warning strike to press home their demand for better welfare packings, … Continue reading BREAKING: Ngige, NEMA Workers Reach An Agreement Over Industrial Dispute
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Africa must double its spending on infrastructure over the coming years, the Infrastructure Consortium for Africa (ICA) said on Thursday, warning that overall investment in transport, energy, water and IT/communications fell back last year. In 2016, total investment in these four sectors — from public and private sources and international institutions — was $62.5 billion … Continue reading Africa Needs To Double Infrastructure Investment – Report
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