Africa Utilities 

CDD condemns hike in electrical power tariff, Fuel rate

The Centre for Democracy and Advancement (CDD) has actually asked the federal government to reverse the walking in fuel rate and electrical power tariffs. In a press statement launched on Sunday, the group decried the timing of the hike, saying most Nigerians are yet to recuperate from the negative results of the Coronavirus pandemic. The statement signed by Director of the CDD, Idayat Hassan, stated “in Nigeria, government has not only decreased to offering citizens the helping hand in this moment of recession, it is intensifying their predicament by raising…

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Covid19 North America 

U.S. plans to restrict Mexico, Canada border crossings until late August

It will be the fourth time border restrictions have been extended since the partial closure was first announced in March as a measure to stop the spread of the coronavirus. The U.S. Department of Homeland Security and the U.S. State Department did not immediately respond to requests for comment. Asked on Monday if the travel ban on Canada would be extended, White House press secretary Kayleigh McEnany told reporters the administration had “no announcements now for our plans with Canada.” Coronavirus cases in the U.S. are still rising rapidly as…

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Covid19 North America 

The Political Purpose Of Justin Trudeau’s Agenda Of Canadian SELF-HATRED

“Different Strokes For Different Folks” is a well-worn phrase popularized by none other than boxing champion, Muhammed Ali. Such as it is when it comes to the topic of Canada’s 23rd Prime Minister, Justin Trudeau. For example  there is CBC’s stroke, and there is CAP’s stroke. Almost every call we make happens to be antithetical to what mainstream media say about PM Trudeau. A primary example– CTV, Globe & Mail tell us that Mr. Trudeau is working hard to fight racism in Canada. CAP say Mr. Trudeau has made racism…

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Advertising Africa 

JJ Vallow, Tylee Ryan bodies found on Chad Daybell property, relatives say

Relatives of two children missing since September said Wednesday that the bodies of two kids uncovered in rural Idaho are the young boy and his big sister, whose mother and her husband are behind bars in the case that has seized global attention. Authorities have not released the identities of the bodies discovered on the property of Chad Daybell, who married the children’s mother, Lori Vallow Daybell, a few weeks after the kids were last seen. But Joshua “JJ” Vallow’s grandfather Larry Woodcock told the Post Register in Idaho Falls…

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Africa Covid19 Government Healthcare 

IntelBrief: Coronavirus Exacerbates Growing Conflict and Insecurity in Africa

Even as the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) continues to spread throughout the world, devastating entire nations and regions in its wake, it is still in the early phases of breaking out across the African continent. At least initially, what insulated certain African countries from exposure to the virus was some of their airports’ lesser international connectivity. In addition, a number of African countries had preparedness and training  in preventing infectious diseases from prior experience countering Ebola. The first reported cases in Africa were from Europeans traveling from their home countries to Africa,…

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