At Least 5 People Died, Above 40 Injured In South African Mega Church Shooting.

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According to a statement by South Africa’s top cop, General Khehla John Sitole: “Four people were found shot and burnt to death in a car while a fifth victim, a security guard, was also fatally shot in his car while he was apparently attending this complaint.” The unusually violent incident took place early Saturday when an armed group stormed the International Pentecostal Holiness Church in Zuurbekom, on the western outskirts of Johannesburg, “indicating that they were coming to take over the premises,” police said. The church has had multiple succession-related…

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Relief For “Party Animals” As London Re-opens Clubs.

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Drunk people can’t properly socially distance, the UK, London police officer warned after finishing a late shift Saturday — the first day that pubs reopened in England after the coronavirus shutdown. “A predictably busy night and confirmed what we knew, alcohol and social distancing is not a good combination,” tweeted John Apter, national chairman of the Police Federation, a staff association for police in England and Wales. Apter, who was on duty in the southern England city of Southampton, said he and colleagues had dealt with “happy drunks, angry drunks,…

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Kanye West To Run For US President.

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US rapper Kanye West has said he is running for president, potentially pitting him against a man he says he admires, Donald Trump. “We must now realize the promise of America by trusting God, unifying our vision, and building our future,” he tweeted. “I am running for president of the United States!” His wife Kim Kardashian West and entrepreneur Elon Musk endorsed him. But it’s unclear whether West is really running. He does not appear to have registered his name with the Federal Election Commission (FEC) for November’s election. The…

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Breaking: China’s President Xi Jinping signs Hong Kong national security law.

Hong Kong national security law.

President Xi Jinping has signed the national security legislation Beijing has tailor-made for Hong Kong into law and it will come into effect before the end of Tuesday. The signing was reported by Xinhua news agency, which also confirmed that the country’s top legislative body, the National People’s Congress Standing Committee, had passed the law earlier in the day although specific elements of the legislation have yet to be spelled out. Soon after Xinhua’s report, the Hong Kong government confirmed it would gazette the law – which would prohibit acts of secession, subversion, terrorism, and collusion…

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Don’t kill us for Rituals to Win an Elections – Albinos Beg Politicians

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Albinos, According to Newton Komla Katseku, the National Director of GAPA, it is a known fact that some people use albinos for rituals hence the call on politicians. He said their safety is not guaranteed in many areas of the country where primitive customs and beliefs make people tend to perform rituals with the blood of an Albinos for power. “The fear is that as we know they have been using parts of our bodies for rituals so maybe somebody will want to come to power and that is their…

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China- African Governments Held a Meeting to Discuss Covid-19 Fight Strategy.

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NAIROBI, 17th June 2020 (PSCU) – President Xi Jinping of China has today assured African countries that his country will continue supporting Covid-19 containment measures on the continent. The Chinese leader said his country will continue providing technical and material support needed to defeat the virus in Africa. Speaking during an extra-ordinary China-Africa Summit on solidarity against Covid-19, President Xi said “China will never waver in its pursuit for greater solidarity with Africa”. He urged African leaders to stick together in upholding multilateralism and oppose the politicization and stigmatization of…

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“The biggest gift Barack Obama Bequeathed Africa during his Administration from 2007 to 2015 was to Kill one of the African Finest Leaders, Muammar Gaddafi of Libya on a Hidden Motive of “International Conspiracy”.

Muammar Gaddafi

“The biggest gift Barack Obama bequeathed Africa during his administration from 2007 to 2015 was to kill one of the African finest leaders, Muammar Gaddafi of Libya on a hidden motive of “international conspiracy”. Libyan Economy which was about the worst Economy as of 1951 when Muammar Gaddafi took over grew to become about the best in the world owing to the prudent management of Libyan resources by the Person of Muammar Gaddafi. Available records show that Muammar Gaddafi grew Libyan foreign reserve from about $0 to $150billion with zero…

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Uganda President Museveni Declines Uhuru’s Lucrative Naivasha Dry Port Offer

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President Yoweri Museveni has rejected a proposal by the Kenyan government to clear all transit cargo at the Naivasha Dry Port. Museveni said all transit cargo should be cleared in Mombasa and not Naivasha as Kenya seeks to reap maximum benefits from the Standard Gauge Railway which had been envisaged to transport goods to Naivasha. Uganda’s Transport Minister Katumba Wamala in a letter dated May 28 and addressed to Kenya’s Transport CS James Macharia said that the directive should not be mandatory in a bid to ease tension among stakeholders…

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Uganda; Kenya Is the Reason We are Recording High Number Of COVID- 19.

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Five more truck drivers have tested positive of Coronavirus in Uganda. This brings the total number of Ugandan COVID-19 cases to 121. Among the five positive cases, 3 are Kenyans and two are Ugandans. The Ugandan health Minister, Jane Aceng reported that the outcomes were made out of 1498 truck drivers whose samples were taken on Sunday. The minister added that the five drivers entered the country through malaba and Elegu entry points. “This brings the total number of Covid-19 cases to 121 in Uganda. The new cases are two…

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Finally Raila Odinga Advices President John Magufuli with Momentous Message On Coronavirus.

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Kenya’s Opposition leader Raila Odinga has advised Tanzania President John Pombe Magufuli to reach out to fellow world leaders as far as Coronavirus is concerned.  In an interview with South Africa Broadcasting Corporation (SABC) on Wednesday afternoon, the Orange Democratic Movement (ODM) party leader said that President Magufuli was yet to get back to him for consultations.  “I have reached out to him (Magufuli) but is yet to get back to me as far as this pandemic is concerned. But my advice to him is that as a nationalist, Magufuli needs to get information from fellow…

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