World Order 2.0

For nearly four centuries, since the Peace of Westphalia, which ended the Thirty Years’ War, the concept of sovereignty—the right of nations to an independent existence and autonomy—has occupied the core of what international order there has been. This made sense, for as every century including the current one has witnessed, a world in which borders are forcibly violated is a world of instability and … Continue reading World Order 2.0

We’ll Never Allow Military Rule Again – APC Leader, Tinubu Vows to Resist Coup Plotters

The national leader of the ruling All Progressives Congress (APC), Asiwaju Bola Tinubu says the nation will never allow the military to rule again, vowing that coup plotters will be resisted. He spoke on Monday at the Special Parliamentary Session to mark Lagos at 50 celebration at the State House of Assembly, Ikeja, Lagos, South-west Nigeria. He said the nation had gone too far to … Continue reading We’ll Never Allow Military Rule Again – APC Leader, Tinubu Vows to Resist Coup Plotters

Israel deploys 10,000 police officers for Trump’s visit

Trump will arrive at Ben-Gurion Airport, whence he will fly by helicopter to Jerusalem to visit the Old City and Yad Vashem, and sleep in the King David Hotel’s presidential suite. Officers from the full range of regular and special patrol units including undercover units, border police and counterterrorism units will secure the visit, police spokesman Micky Rosenfeld told The Jerusalem Post on Sunday. The … Continue reading Israel deploys 10,000 police officers for Trump’s visit

Cyber attack victims failed to update software- Microsoft

Microsoft Corporation has blamed the National Security Agency (NSA) for the recent ransomware cyber attack that has affected over 200,000 computers in 150 countries. The computer giant blamed NSA for storing data on software vulnerabilities which it discovered and such data was accessed by hackers. According to Microsoft, NSA (a military intelligence organization and a constituent of the United States Department of Defense (DOD) had … Continue reading Cyber attack victims failed to update software- Microsoft

Bin Laden’s son Hamza threatens U.S. over father’s death

Osama bin Laden’s son reportedly seeks to avenge his father’s death and is poised to become the new leader of Al Qaeda. Personal letters seized in the raid that killed bin Laden show that his son, Hamza, is set on avenging his father’s death, Ali Soufan, a former FBI agent, told CBS News in an interview that will air Sunday. “He tells him that…he remembers … Continue reading Bin Laden’s son Hamza threatens U.S. over father’s death

Gunfire heard in two Ivory Coast cities in grip of mutiny

Gunfire was heard early Monday in the Ivory Coast cities of Abidjan and Bouake, in the grip of a mutiny by ex-rebel soldiers, AFP journalists and witnesses said. In the economic capital of Abidjan, shots were fired at two military camps in Akouedo in the east of the city, which together form the country’s largest military barracks, a nearby resident said. Sustained gunfire was also … Continue reading Gunfire heard in two Ivory Coast cities in grip of mutiny

8 Guaranteed Tips To Minimise Radiation When You Use Your Mobile Phone

Mobile phones release low radiofrequency energy which is a form of non-ionizing radiation. The frequent exposure of the body to this forces it to absorb the energy which can lead to serious health issues. In fact, the World Health Organization (WHO) has labelled mobile phones radiation as possibly carcinogenic to humans. Accordingly, Jumia Travel, the leading online travel agency gathers ways to reduce radiation when you … Continue reading 8 Guaranteed Tips To Minimise Radiation When You Use Your Mobile Phone

Ooni of Ife: ‘We will tell our stories ourselves

The hushed and reflective mood at the Black Cultural Archives in Brixton was transformed on March 20, as the Ooni of Ife, His Imperial Majesty Ooni Adeyeye Enitan Ogunwusi Ojaja II, stopped by for an official visit. During the visit the 51st Ooni took the opportunity to speak to curators about various artifacts, including an ancient Yoruba crown, that have been donated to the museum … Continue reading Ooni of Ife: ‘We will tell our stories ourselves

Damien Hirst accused of copying African art at Venice Biennale

Hirst’s latest exhibition features a “golden head” reminiscent of ancient African art Exhibition curator says the Ife kingdom is referenced and the show tells a story.  (CNN) English artist Damien Hirst has been accused of cultural appropriation after his exhibition, “Treasures from the Wreck of the Unbelievable,” featured a “golden head” that appears to mirror sculpted heads created by African artists from Ile-Ife Nigeria. “For … Continue reading Damien Hirst accused of copying African art at Venice Biennale

UN condemns deadly attack on peacekeepers in Central African Republic

United Nations Secretary-General António Guterres has strongly condemned an attack against a convoy of the UN peacekeepers in the Central African Republic (CAR) that left four dead, one missing and 10 others evacuated. “Attacks against United Nations peacekeepers may constitute a war crime,” Mr. Guterres said through his spokesperson yesterday on the attack perpetrated by suspected anti-Balaka elements against a convoy of the UN Nations … Continue reading UN condemns deadly attack on peacekeepers in Central African Republic