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Presidency Replies Fayose For Calling For Buhari's Resignation

Presidency Replies Fayose For Calling For Buhari's Resignation

The Minister of Information and Culture on Wednesday told Nigerians not to be anxious over President Muhammadu Buhari's health because he is in competent hands. Ojudu, a former senator from Ekiti, said. Fayose, who spoke at a press conference in Lagos yesterday, said instead of waiting for the ministers and rigours of Section 140 of the Constitution, the President should save Nigerians the anguish, suspense and hardship by resigning on the basis of morality.


Trump to pull out of Paris Climate Accord

Trump to pull out of Paris Climate Accord

Even if Trump withdraws, Guterres said, "it's very important for US society as a whole - the cities, the states, the companies, the businesses - to remain engaged". Trump had refused to endorse the landmark climate change accord at a G7 summit in Sicily last week, saying he needed more time to decide. But Trump's chief White House economic adviser, Gary Cohn, told reporters during the trip overseas that Trump's views on climate change were "evolving" following the president's discussions ...



Jeremy Corbyn fights back after childcare funding gaffe

Labour played down reports that Mr Corbyn could open the door to unskilled foreign workers as part of his immigration shake-up, insisting the document leaked to the Daily Telegraph and Daily Mail was a discussion paper and "not a statement of Labour policy".


Champions Trophy: England, SAfrica bid to end title droughts

Champions Trophy: England, SAfrica bid to end title droughts

It must be noted that Champions Trophy is the only ICC event where Pakistan have defeated India . England prevailed too in Bangladesh a year ago, when they had to dig deep for a 2-1 series verdict, and Mashrafe is not about to proclaim his team's victory prospects this time .



SNP to launch General Election manifesto

She seized on the problems that Theresa May has had over the past two weeks... The Nationalists had been confident of seizing control from Labour after the council elections earlier this month. Speaking ahead of the launch, Ms Sturgeon emphasised the likelihood of a Tory victory, despite a narrowing of the polls with Labour. "They are political dogma - an ideology".