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Foreign / Five Injured As Clashes Take Place In Togo's Capital
« Last post by Mr. Babatunde on October 19, 2017, 06:37:17 PM »


Five people were shot and injured on Thursday as gangs of youths and the security forces clashed sporadically in Togo’s capital Lome, ahead of a planned opposition protest that the government has ruled illegal.

Eric Dupuy, spokesman for the main opposition National Alliance for Change (ANC) party, said the five were shot in the Be area of the city and two of them were in a “critical” condition.

Shots were fired around the home of ANC leader Jean-Pierre Fabre, he added. Amnesty International’s country director in Togo, Aime Adi, confirmed that five people had been shot and wounded, adding they were taken to hospital in Lome for treatment.

The streets were largely deserted ahead of the rally, which the opposition coalition has refused to cancel despite a government ban on weekday marches on security grounds.

Demonstrators plan to march to the offices of the West African bloc ECOWAS to demand the resignation of President Faure Gnassingbe.

Gnassingbe has been president since 2005 and is the scion of Africa’s longest-ruling dynasty that has been in power in Togo since 1968.

At least four people were killed on Wednesday in Lome and the country’s second city Sokode as protesters clashed with police and soldiers, the government said.

In Lome, most shops were still shut by midday (1200 GMT) and the streets were virtually empty apart from the occasional motorbike-taxi, an AFP correspondent said.

“Activity is at a standstill after days of disruption by the marches,” said one mobile phone vendor in Deckon, the city’s commercial hub.

“What’s happening is weighing heavily on us. The politicians need to talk to find a solution to this crisis.”

Game of cat and mouse
In Be, an opposition stronghold in the southeastern part of the capital, groups of youths attempted to set up barricades and burn tyres.

But the security forces, who were deployed in large numbers, sporadically fired teargas in a lengthy game of cat and mouse.

In other areas such as Amoutive, efforts were under way to remove barricades and the remains of burned-out cars that had been torched on Wednesday.

Hundreds of thousands of people have taken to the streets since August to call for Gnassingbe’s resignation and limit the presidential mandate to two, five-year terms.

Twelve people, most of them teenagers, have been killed since August.

In Paris, the foreign ministry said it was following events in its former colony “with concern”.

“We strongly condemn the recent violence that has left several people dead or injured (and) call for calm on both sides and dialogue,” it said in a statement.

A source at the Togo presidency said Benin’s head of state, Patrice Talon, made a low-key visit to Lome on Wednesday night to discuss the situation with Gnassingbe.

Source: Guardian
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Sport / Gaming / Azpilicueta: Morale Is Really Low At Chelsea
« Last post by Mhiz Ifeoluwa on October 19, 2017, 04:02:33 PM »


Cesar Azpilicueta has admitted that morale within the Chelsea camp is running on a low due to their recent poor form.

Chelsea were 2-0 up against Roma at Stamford Bridge, before needing an equaliser from Hazard , after losing the lead thanks to a brace from Dzeko and a Kolarov strike.

Azpilicueta, as quoted by Standard Sport after the 3-3 draw, said: “The mood at the moment is not the best.

“To come back into the game to get a point is big for the team, to show the character and that we won’t give up. We had the game in our hands when we were 2-0 up, but we also had it lost when we were 3-2 down.”

“The reality is we have gone three games without a win and we will try to get back to winning ways on Saturday,” he said.

It is true we are not in our best moment. We came into the game after two consecutive defeats in the Premier League.
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Crime / Billionaire kidnapper Evans changes plea to ‘not guilty’
« Last post by Mhiz Ifeoluwa on October 19, 2017, 02:13:41 PM »


The billionaire kidnapper, Chukwudumeme Onwuamadike (popularly known as Evans), has changed his guilty plea to two counts of conspiracy and kidnapping to “not guilty.”

Appearing before Justice Hakeem Oshodi of the Ikeja Division of the Lagos State High Court on Thursday, Evans pleaded not guilty to the charges of conspiracy to commit felony to wit kidnapping under Section 411 of the Lagos State Criminal Laws and also to kidnapping.

Both offences were said to have been committed on the 14th February, 2017, PremiumTimes reports.

Evans had earlier pleaded guilty to the two counts at his last court appearance two months ago.

More coming soon....
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Business / Re: Banks Used For MMM Fraud Will Be Exposed – Senate
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Manchester United manager, Jose Mourinho, has revealed that he asked his players to target Benfica goalkeeper, Mile Svilar, in their 1-0 win in the Champions League on Wednesday.

Untied won thanks to Marcus Rashford’s free-kick, which Svilar helped over the line. Mourinho told BT Sport afterwards: “We were in control.

“David de Gea did not have one save to make. I never felt we could concede a goal and were solid defensively. Sometime I feel being good defensively is a crime, but that is a way of getting results.

“We are one point from qualifying and one victory away from winning the group with two games at home to play. A good game, solid.

“I knew how good the goalkeeper was, I told the players that. We had a little bit of a strategy, especially on set-pieces to make him uncomfortable. We put men around him on corners so he cannot come out. He risks a lot, but only top keepers do that. He was unlucky for the goal. “Marcus Rashford suffered something in his knee.

“We knew the Benfica pressure could not stay for 90 minutes. The amazing defensive work Liverpool did against us, Benfica could not do that for the whole game. Without any pressure, we knew the goal would arrive. We forced a little more and with quality and sharpness we could have killed the game more.”
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Foreign / Spain To Suspend Catalan Autonomy
« Last post by Mhiz Ifeoluwa on October 19, 2017, 11:07:32 AM »


The Spanish government said Thursday it would go ahead with steps to suspend the autonomy of Catalonia.

This was minutes after the region’s separatist leader threatened to unilaterally declare independence from Spain if Madrid continued its “repression.” The Spanish government called an emergency cabinet meeting for Saturday after announcing it would press ahead with unprecedented steps to suspend the autonomy of Catalonia over the region’s independence drive.

In a statement Thursday, it said it had called the meeting to press ahead with article 155 of the Constitution, which allows Madrid to take direct control over a region in exceptional circumstances.

“The Spanish government will continue with the procedures outlined in article 155 of the Constitution to restore legality in Catalonia’s self-government,” it said in a statement, referring to an article that allows for Madrid to take direct control over a region in exceptional circumstances.

AFP

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Crime / BREAKING: Billionaire Kidnapper, Evans Arrives at Lagos High Court
« Last post by Mr. Babatunde on October 19, 2017, 10:34:04 AM »


Armoured tanks and security operatives were on Thursday morning, seen packed at the Lagos High Court in the Ikeja area of Lagos, as notorious kidnapper, Evans arrives in court for his trial.

All appears set for the continuation of trial of billionaire kidnapper, Chukwudumeme Onwuamadike, popularly called Evans at Lagos High Court, Ikeja, Lagos, on Thursday.

According to Daily Sun, Evans and five others were brought to court this morning in hand-cuffs.

Though, unlike the day of his arraignment when heavy security men were highly visible within and around the court premises, only two armoured tanks were packed, each, at the two entrances to the court.

Policemen were also stationed in various corners leading to Justice Oshodi’s court where the trial will take place.

This is a developing story, we will bring you more details later…

Source – Daily Sun
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Foreign / Millionaire's Daughter Kills 6 During Over Speeding In Ukraine
« Last post by Mr. Babatunde on October 19, 2017, 10:20:57 AM »


A 20-year-old millionaire's daughter killed six people after she "jumped a red light and rammed into a crowd" at a pedestrian crossing, say police.

There was carnage of the streets of Ukrainian city Kharkiv after her speeding Lexus struck a VW Touareg before completely overturning and landing on its wheels and then crashing into a group waiting to cross the road.

Six were killed and a dozen more injured in the collision. Heiress Alyona Zaitseva's armed bodyguards drove up in two jeeps immediately after the crash and protected her from a furious crowd who witnessed the appalling crash.


The dead included a 15-year-old schoolgirl. "It's like a war zone," said one onlooker seeking to care for the injured.

Ms Zaitseva, 20, daughter of local energy company multi-millionaire Vasily Zaitsev, was uninjured.

Bloggers in the country have now expressed fears that she will be exonerated because of her powerful father,despite witnesses saying she sped through the red light.

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Health Board / BREAKING: 9 Persons Hospitalized As Monkeypox Invades Delta
« Last post by Mr. Babatunde on October 19, 2017, 10:04:24 AM »


At least nine persons have been reported hospitalised as the dreaded monkeypox disease spreads to Delta State.

The Punch quoted sources as saying today (October 19) that six of the affected persons were from Agbor, where the state governor, Dr. Ifeanyi Okowa, hails from.

Also confirming the development, a medical doctor at the Federal Medical Centre Asaba, said the remaining victims were from around the state capital.

It is understood that the victims were diagnosed of the disease yesterday and that their blood samples have been collected for tests.

However, the State Commissioner for Health, Dr. Nicholas Azinge, has reacted to the outbreak of the disease in the state with a denial. Azinge was quoted to have said “Not true! There is no case of monkeypox in Agbor ,not even any patient with a high suspicion of it.”

The federal government had yesterday said that the Monkeypox virus outbreak has spread to 11 states in Nigeria with 74 suspected cases recorded.

The Minister of Health Prof. Isaac Adewole made the disclosure in Abuja when he briefed State House correspondents on the outcome of the meeting of the Federal Executive Council (FEC).

The minister, who updated the Council on the recent developments in respect of the outbreak of the disease, listed the affected States as Akwa Ibom, Bayelsa, Cross River, Delta, Ekiti, Enugu, Imo, Lagos, Nasarawa and Rivers as well as the FCT.
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