The 2017 G20 launched an Africa Partnership to support private investment, sustainable infrastructure, and employment in African countries.
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According our source ,a notable Christian leader, Apostle Lawrence Eleru has been reportedly kidnapped by unknown gunmen around Eleme Local Government Area of Rivers State.
Naijavoxpop correspondent gathered that Apostle Eleru who is the General Overseer of Kingdom People’s Church located around Ebubu within Eleme area was abducted at gun point on his way from church weekly activities.
A close relative, who identified himself as Chikordi Amadi confirmed the incident to our correspondent. He said no contact has been established yet with the suspected kidnappers.
Our source at the community said that the family members are worried since they recovered the Honda Car belonging to the victim burnt down. They are calling on the security operatives to help rescue their brother from the hands of his abductors. Continue reading
A 28-year old Nigerian man identified as Anthony seeking asylum in Germany under false pretenses is currently on trial for stabbing and killing his girlfriend earlier this year. Prosecutors says he brutally murdered Soopika Paramanathan, a 22-year-old German student known locally as the “Angel of Ahaus” for her volunteer work with refugees. Anthony allegedly attacked …
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A young woman has died after consuming too much protein. 25-year-old bodybuilder Meegan Hefford, from West Australia, was found unconscious in her apartment and rushed to hospital. She died two days later. It wasn’t until her death that doctors discovered Hefford had been living with a rare condition that meant her body couldn’t break down protein.
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Another day, another Charlottesville white nationalist who finds himself out of work. The Burlington Free Press reports that Ryan Roy, who had worked as a cook at a South Burlington Pizzeria Uno, w…
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Spread the loveThe people of Belema and Offoi-ama communities in Akuku Toru Local Government Area of Rivers State have occupied a facility belonging to Shell Petroleum Development Company (SPDC) five days after shutting down the facility over alleged neglect. Naijavoxpop correspondent was at the scene of the protest and reports that women and youths have turned …
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The people of Belema and Offoi-ama communities in Akuku Toru Local Government Area of Rivers State have occupied a facility belonging to Shell Petroleum Development Company (SPDC) five days after shutting down the facility over alleged neglect.
Naijavoxpop correspondent was at the scene of the protest and reports that women and youths have turned the facility into their place of residence with mat and cooking pots as they chant ‘Shell must go’.
Some of the aggrieved indigenes of Shell host communities who spoke to newsmen complained that they have suffered under development for the past 37 years of SPDC’s operation in the area.
The protesters said they are tired of divide and rule tactics employed by the oil multinational operating in their land and called on the state and federal government to intervene in order to prevent unforeseen problem that may arise if nothing is done urgently.
Sukubo Sara-Igbe who doubles as the youth leader in the community and state chairman of National Youth Council of Nigeria (NYCN) insisted that the protest will continue until their demands are meant.
Meanwhile, traditional rulers in the two protesting communities have thrown their weight behind the people’s protest. Continue reading