Month: August 2016

NIGERIA AND UK SIGN MOU FOR THE RETURN OF LOOTED ASSETS

August 31, 2016 Federal Government of Nigeria and the British Government today Tuesday August 30th signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) on the modalities for the return of Nigerian looted assets. The move is a follow up to the agreement reached at the London anti-corruption summit in May. The Attorney-General of the Federation, Mr Abubakar

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(JMEC) says has no Option but to Work with New VP Taban Deng

AUGUST 29, 2016 The top monitor of South Sudan’s peace deal said he and diplomats support the disputed appointment of a new vice-president in order to support the country’s shaky peace agreement. Although the legitimacy of Taban Deng as First Vice-President is questionable, diplomats will work with him because they “don’t have an option,” said

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Breaking News: U.S Envoy on the mission to help Juba to hurt Dr. Riek Machar in Khartoum

Booth has arrived in Khartoum on Sunday in for the second time in less than a month. He rushed back to Khartoum after hearing the news on arrival of Dr. Riek Machar after U.S -Juba failure mission to Killed Dr. Riek Machar. Africans has learned that last week a Telephone conference call was called by

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We don’t know you-Nuer Chiefs tell Taban Deng

Peace talks between clan chiefs of the Dinka and Nuer people, the two largest ethnic groups in South Sudan. AUGUST 30, 2016 Paramount chiefs in South Sudan hailing from the Nuer community have issued a joint statement disowning the newly appointed First Vice President, Taban Deng Gai, who on 24 July replaced Riek Machar, another

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Uganda’s army loses billions to ‘ghost’ pilot su-updf including 711,528 to a Ghost Russian Pilot

August 29, 2016, The Ugandan Ministry of Defence has lost more than 2.4 billion Ugandan shillings (around 711,528 US dollars) over the last 11 years through a suspected “ghost” Russian pilot on its payroll reports The Monitor. The government Ministry paid at least 618,000 dollars in monthly salaries and 120,000 dollars in gratuity to the

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THE 25TH ANNIVERSARY OF THE GLORIOUS NASIR DECLARATION

August  28, 016 “The only way a man can remain consistent amid changing circumstances is to change with them while preserving the same dominating purpose.” Winston Churchill, British Statesman (1894-1965). Today, the 28th of August, marks the 20th anniversary of the glorious Nasir Declaration. On this day in 1991, three members of the SPLM/A Political-Military

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breaking News: A leak report to Africans Press indicated that U.S will support leadership within SPLM-IO and U.S is also in contact with Majak Agot and Pagan Amum

August 28, 2016, a leak report seen by Africans Press says that former U.S Ambassador to UNITED NATION Suzan Rice held a Telephone conference with U.S. Special Envoy for Sudan and South Sudan Donald Booth and many scholars who have a knowledge about Suth Sudan after the re-emerging of the News about Dr. Riek Machar. The Telephone

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Breaking News: Dr. Riek Machar has been released from hospital in Khartoum and says he is willing to work as VP under Salva Kirr again

August 26, 2016, multiple sources in Khartoum who attempted and eager to hear what Dr. Riek Machar will say are all comeback with nothing but disappointment. Dr. Riek Machar, a former FVP of South Sudan and the TGONU, was chased out of Juba violently  with intend to killed him in July. Dr. Riek Machar had

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THE CONSULTATIVE MEETING FINAL RESOLUTIONS AND RECOMENDATIONS

August 24, 2016,   The Consultative Meeting of the social and democratic political and military forces and individuals opposed to the totalitarian regime in Juba convened in Nairobi, Kenya, on 18-20 August 2016 and deliberated on the current situation in our country and the way forward, under the theme: (Towards National Democratic Revolution). In the

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London Protesters are cons Bidco says

NAIROBI, Kenya, August 24, 2016/APO/ — Bidco Africa (BidcoAfrica.com) has said the protesters that picketed outside Standard Chartered and Barclays Banks in London on Tuesday are con artists trying to blackmail the company. The company says it has been fighting an anonymous and faceless group of online con artists masquerading as activists for over a year.

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