Today's Headlines:Malami Meets With Ohanaeze Over Kanu, Biden Govt Speaks On Sending Troops To Haiti
(Photo Credit: Google) Malami Meets With Ohanaeze Over Nnamdi Kanu The legal team of the Ndigbo Group has met with the Attorney General of the Federation and Minister of Justice, Abubakar Malami, to monitor the proceedings relating to the leader of the Indigenous People of Biafra, Nnamdi Kanu.
724 People Killed In Powerful Earthquake.Photo Credit: Punch Newspaper Over 724 people have been killed by a powerful earthquake in Haiti. According to reports, the bodies of the victims were recovered while digging through collapsed buildings in the Caribbean Nation. Many residents spent the night outside because of collapsed houses and equipments.
Today's Headlines: "I Pray For You To Have A Good Successor"-OBJ tells Udom Emmanuel ; Biden Speaks On Haiti
(Photo Credit: Naija News and Vanguard Newspapers.) "I Pray For You To Have A Good Successor"-OBJ. The former president of the Federal Republic of Nigeria, Chief Olusegun Obasanjo says it has been his prayers that Akwa Ibom State Governor, Udom Emmanuel will have a good successor to sustain his developmental strides.
Today's Headlines: HURIWA Hints On Nationwide Protest, Biden Says No Plans To Send US Troops Into Haiti
HURIWA hints on nationwide protest, says senators shameless The Human Rights Writers Association of Nigeria, HURIWA has threatened to mobilize Nigerians for nationwide protests over the “decision by the National Assembly to make the mode of transmission of the election subject to National Communications Commission and the National Assembly’s approval because it contradicts section 78 of the Constitution” which bothers on the registration of voters and the conduct of elections.
It made major headlines two days ago that some armed men had attacked the President of Haiti, Jovenel Moise, for reasons yet to be unraveled. Image credit: AP The armed attackers succeeded in killing President Moise while his wife was seriously injured. That incident would have been seen as a serious slap on the face of Haiti as a country if its number one citizen could be swooped on, attacked and murdered in a gruesome manner by armed men without the killers being captured.
The 1,000 Year Old Nigerian System Of Writing, That Was Unfortunately Discarded And Wasn't Developed
The Ancient writing system is called "Nsibidi". Nsibidi is an ancient script developed by "The Ekoi" (Ejagham) people of present-day Cross River, Nigeria. Its oldest symbols were discovered on pottery found in the Calabar region. The script is believed to date back to the 4th century.
Authorities in Haiti have captured and arrested two US citizens and 17 alleged foreign mercenaries for the assassination of Late President Jovenel Mosie. The deceased haitian president was pelt with 12 bullets and his eyes gouged out during the brutal attack which took place on Wednesday. The attack left him dead and his wife brutally injured.
Emmanuel Sarki (Haiti) He was quite involved in the Nigerian junior team, having represented Nigeria at the FIFA U-17 World Championship in Finland in 2003 and the Nigerian national under-20 football team at the African U-20 Championship, where he scored two goals for the eventual runners-up.
In the early hours of yesterday, Wednesday 7th July 2021, the President of Haiti Jovenel Moise was assassinated at his private residence. News reports today Thursday 8th July, are saying four of the alleged assassin have been captured and two killed, others are still at large.
One of the most painful experiences in marriage is when a woman loses her husband to a traumatic death. A lot of people gathered together at the presidential villa to give their last tribute to the president of Haiti, Jovenel Moïse, who was brutally murdered in his bedroom on the 7th of July.
While the world has been thrown into shock over the assassination of Haiti's 58th head of state, it is also necessary to know that this is not the first time such is happening in the country. Here is the list of past Haitian leaders who have been assassinated while in power.
US Speaks On Sending Troops To Haiti Photo Credit: Punch news President Joe Biden has revealed that sending US troops to Haiti in the wake of the assassination of Jovenel Moise, the country’s leader was not "on the agenda", he said this after officials in Port-au-Prince asked for military assistance.
A major earthquake struck western Haiti on Saturday and was felt across the Caribbean where people fled their homes for fear that buildings might collapse. The 7.2-magnitude earthquake struck five miles from the town of Petit Trou de Nippes, about 7.5 miles west of Haiti's capital Port-au-Prince.
At least 1,941 are known to have died in Haiti in Saturday's powerful earthquake. According to the rescue team official, this is a rise of about 500 from the previous figure. About 10,000 people have been injured and are still missing after the 7.2- magnitude tremor.
Japanese professional tennis player Naomi Osaka, took to her official social media page to reveal that she will be donating her earnings from next week’s Western and Southern Open, to support earthquake relief efforts in Haiti. Naomi, who holds the record of a four-time Grand Slam singles champion, and the reigning champion at the US Open and the Australian Open, is ranked number 1 by the Women’s Tennis Association (WTA).
Artists like Cardi B, Don Omar, Steven Van Zandt and more reacted on social media to the 7.2 magnitude earthquake, which struck off Haiti's coast about 7.5 miles northern of Saint-Louis-du-Sud. At least 225 people had been killed at press time, the Miami Herald reports.
During a news conference in Cincinnati, Naomi Osaka breaks down in tears and returns a few minutes later; the Japanese star claimed her choice to withdraw from the French Open and then skip Wimbledon due to mental health issues was "something I needed to do for myself."
Haiti is a Caribbean country that is still recovering from an earthquake that shook it in 2010. Most of its citizens are Africans. An undisclosed organization got the information. The kidnappers made away with about seventeen missionaries from US. Some children were also abducted along with them.
According to Haitian police, 28 foreigners, including Colombian soldiers, have been charged with plotting to assassinate President Jovenel Moïse. Moise was killed at his home on Wednesday, July 7 (20/7/2021). Police say 17 criminals have been arrested in connection with a shooting in the capital, Port-au-Prince, where some have been arrested at their home for work, while others have been arrested.
President Joe Biden said Thursday that he doesn't as of now have plans to send US troops into Haiti to give security to the Caribbean country in the consequence of the death of its leader. "We're just sending American Marines to our consulate to ensure that they are secure and nothing is messed up by any means," Biden said at a news gathering.