Nigeria

FRSC boss condoles with Kano crash victims, orders clampdown on speed defaulters

The Punch - Sab, 08/01/2022 - 20:27

The Corps Marshal, Federal Road Safety Corps, Boboye Oyeyemi has commiserated with the families and victims of Thursday road crash that occurred around Bagauda Law School, on Kano-Zaria expressway, which claimed 19 lives He also ordered his commanding officers to clamp down on commercial vehicle operators that failed to install the speed limiting device. According…


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Ramaphosa warns against destabilisation as ANC marks 110 years

The Punch - Sab, 08/01/2022 - 19:59

South Africa’s ruling ANC marked its 110th anniversary Saturday in low-key fashion as the country reels from the devastating fire in parliament, last year’s deadly riots and emerging details of corruption. In the stands of a stadium in Polokwane, in northern Limpopo province, a few hundred party members sporting the African National Congress signature yellow,…


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Umahi effects minor cabinet reshuffle

The Sun News - Sab, 08/01/2022 - 19:47
From Chijioke Agwu, Abakaliki Ebonyi State Governor Chief David Umahi has effected a minor cabinet reshuffle. In a statement signed by the Secretary to the State Government (SSG) and Coordinating Commissioner, Dr Kenneth Ugbala, Umahi renamed his SA on Road Maintenance as SA on Infrastructural Development and Concession and Maintenance. “In the effort of Ebonyi State Government to enhance efficiency and effective service delivery in the discharge of her statutory functions, His Excellency, the Governor of Ebonyi State,Chief David  Umahi, has approved a minor cabinet reshuffle  as follows: “Engr. Frank Ngwu, SA on Road Maintenance is now SA on Infrastructural Development for Concession and Maintenance. “Dr. Stephen Odo, Commissioner for Commerce, Industry and Business Development, is now Commissioner for Commerce and Industry. “Mr. Oluchukwu Ukie Ezeali, Commissioner for Infrastructural Development for Concession, is now Commissioner for Business Development. “Mr. Kerian Ofoke, SA on Airport Project is now SA on Attitudinal Change. The reshuffling is with immediate effect as all handover and taking over must be completed before 12 pm on Monday 10th January, 2022. “All the affected Commissioners and the SAs  are to take note and ensure strict compliance to this directive” the statement said.

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Osun 2022: PDP postpones gov aspirants’ screening

The Punch - Sab, 08/01/2022 - 19:40

The People’s Democratic Party has rescheduled the screening of aspirants for the Osun State Governorship election primary from the earlier scheduled date of Tuesday, January 11, 2022 to a new date of Wednesday, January 12, 2022. This is according to a statement signed on Saturday by the party’s National Organising Secretary, Umar Bature, titled ‘PDP…


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Cross River APC stakeholders kick against Ayade’s pronouncement on zoning governorship to south

The Sun News - Sab, 08/01/2022 - 19:37

From Judex Okoro, Calabar

Cross River All Progressives Congress (APC) stakeholders from the central senatorial district have kicked against Governor Ben Ayade’s pronouncement of zoning governorship to the South ahead of 2023.

Ayade had in different fora stated categorically that it is the turn of the southern senatorial district to produce the next governor that would take over from him in 2023.

The Governor had argued vehemently that the state has operated the zoning principle since 1999 and, therefore, it would unfair, unjust and against equity to jettison zoning at this crucial stage, adding that he is also “a product of zoning.”

But barely a month after Ayade re-stated his support for back-to-south at a rally held at Mary Slessor Avenue Calabar to welcome defectors to the All Progressives Congress (APC), there are indications that he may have quietly backed down on the push for south as some stakeholders are said to have raised eye-brows against such moves, describing it as anti-central and not in the best interest of the party.

The stakeholders are said to have spoken up against it in separate meetings with the Governor where they advised him to pipe low on zoning and allow all politicians to jostle for it while he watches from behind.

The stakeholders, especially from the central senatorial district, are piqued that their district, which parades political heavyweights including the former Senate Leader, Sen Victor Ndoma Egba, former Minister of Niger Delta Affairs, Pastor Usani Uguru Usani, Sen John Owan Enoh, Barr Okoi Obono Obla, former board chairman of NPA, Akin Ricketts, and the incumbent Reps member representing Yakurr/Abi federal constituency, Hon Dr Alex Egbona, were sidelined in the zoning arrangement even when they have contributed to building the party before Ayade defected on May 20, 2021.

It was learnt that most of the above-listed personages are interested in taking a shot at the governorship race and have been making wide consultations across the state.

Our correspondent gathered that, during the Yuletide, the like of Pastor Usani Uguru Usani, Sen John Owan Enoh and Chris Agara, Ayade’s close ally, had series of meetings with their core supporters just as they doled out Christmas gifts to their communities and party members, an indication that they are coming soon.

It was learnt that the above names, all governorship aspirants from central, have made up their mind to throw their hearts into the ring, no matter the consequence, claiming that they were not consulted and cannot be bound by’Oga’ decision to zone only to the south.

To douse the tension in the central, sources said the Governor has already commenced discussions with some of the stakeholders and has had meetings with some of them on the need to sheathed their sword as every interest would be accommodated as the political processes unfold.

The source revealed that the Governor had gone a step further to contact Sen Ndoma Egba to initiate an-house meeting where zoning issues and other subtle disagreements would be sorted out amicably before dabbling into congresses to elect party standard-bearers ahead of 2023.

The source said the alleged commissioning of Sen Ndoma Egba to carry out a peace talk is an indication that Ayade may have conceded to competitive contest, thereby abandoning the zone-to-south mantra which has rent the air in the last two months.

Speaking with our correspondent, an APC chieftain, Chief John Agbor Agbor, from the Ikom chapter, said the central district is unhappy with the public pronouncement by Ayade zoning governorship to the south as it is capable of rocking the fragile peace in the party.

Agbor said: “I can tell you that critical stakeholders of the party are aggrieved by the Governor’s singular action with regard to zoning and this is already generating crisis and bad blood between south and central.

“We had expected a meeting of state caucus where issues affecting the party after the last congress including zoning would have been discussed extensively. Availing every opportunity to pronounce zoning to the south means forclosing the electoral process against everybody in our zone. It is undemocratic and we would not abide by it.

“When the Governor defected to APC, he promised to consult and he has reneged on that. INEC has released time table on party activities ahead of 2023 and it behoves him to initiate caucuses’ meetings to decide on the next line of action. So, now is the auspicious time except if they want APC to go into another round of crisis.”

Also speaking, a member of the state working committe of APC, who don’t want his name in print, said he is totally against exclusively zoning governorship to the south and excluding central because it would generate more internal problem.

The party official from central revealed that Owan, Usani and Agara are all oiling their political machinery to run for governorship and are only waiting for the APC national convention in February so that they can roll out their campaigns in full swing, adding that denying such calibre of politicians opportunity to contest would be suicidal for the party.

He added that APC does not engage in exclusive zoning but believe in democracy tenets which give everybody and every segment the right to aspire to any political office as long you meet the constitutional provisions.

According to him, the party needs the best material to run for the governorship and every position because PDP is very strong and ready to challenge APC on all fronts.

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We are not demolishing Central Hospital to build motor park – Edo govt

The Sun News - Sab, 08/01/2022 - 19:34

From Tony Osauzo, Benin

The Edo State Government explained that contrary to claims that it was relocating the over 100-year-old Central Hospital in Benin City for a motor park, the hospital is being reorganized for better service to the people.

The state government allayed fears that healthcare may become inaccessible to the poor, adding that it would explore all existing health policies and programmes that take care of the poorest of the poor.

The state Commissioner for Health, Professor (Mrs) Obehi Akoria‎, gave the explanation while speaking to journalists in reaction to the demolition of parts of the Central Hospital which the APC alleged may be turned into a park.

She said with the COVID-19 that has changed global narratives, Stella Obasanjo Hospital which was closed to its normal hospital activities to strictly COVID-19 treatments, was being rebuilt to be restored to its original activities.

“What we are doing is this, Edo State has Edo Health Insurance Commission, Edo State has Edo Health Insurance Scheme with various packages suited to the needs of various people in our heterogeneous population. We have stationed about ten teams right there between Stella Obasanjo and Central Hospital and as patients come, they are accessing the teams because there is something called the Basic Healthcare Provision Fund which is supposed to care for the healthcare needs of the poorest of the poor via insurance and our people are already paying for insurance, the federal government has provided some funding, the state government has its own counterpart funding and there are many mechanisms that are on ground that will take care of the health needs of different strata of the population and for the very poorest of the poor Basic Healthcare Provision Fund ensures that they get a minimum package of healthcare without having to pay anything.

On the relocation of the hospital, she said the hospital is being moved to the Edo Specialist Hospital.

“In recent time, anybody who has been to the Central Hospital will see the state of the structure and infrastructure and service provision so the decision to upgrade healthcare for the citizens meant that there has to be a lateral phased movement of services from Central Hospital to Edo Specialist Hospital. That is where we are right now and we have been managing that to ensure that disruption of services is minimised and that we are available to respond to the obvious challenges that will arise as quickly as possible,” the commissioner added.

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Road accident claims 2 in Benin

The Sun News - Sab, 08/01/2022 - 19:20

From Tony Osauzo, Benin

Two persons lost their lives at PZ junction along Benin-Sapele Road, Benin, in an accident involving a Toyota Bus and a stationery Ford Truck.

An eyewitness account said the accident was caused by overspeeding by the Toyota Bus driver.

Following the crash, angry youths who besieged the scene immediately set the truck laden with drinks ablaze.

The accident caused gridlock for several hours at the busy highway, forcing motorists to divert to alternative routes in the axis.

Edo State Sector Commander, Federal Road Safety Corps, Henry Benamaisia, in his reaction, cautioned motorists against excessive speed, dangerous driving, indiscriminate parking and other forms of traffic violations.

He urged motorists in the state to imbibe safe driving practices and be disciplined while using the road, assuring them of the Corps continuous effort in ensuring that road traffic crashes are reduced to the barest minimum, just as he promised that the Corps will not relent in its public enlightenment/sensitization on the dangers of excessive speed and other traffic violations.

The Sector Commander condemned the manner the truck was set ablaze and advised the general public not to take laws into their hands, adding that the corps will continue to work tirelessly in ensuring that violators of road traffic regulations are made to face the wrath of the law.

Meanwhile, the remains of the accident victims have been deposited at an undisclosed hospital by a combined team of FRSC, police and personnel of the Edo State Traffic Management.

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Osun: APC reconciliation committee meets Oyetola, seeks cooperation of party members

The Sun News - Sab, 08/01/2022 - 19:14

From Lateef Dada, Osogbo

The National Reconciliation Committee of the All Progressives Congress (APC) on Saturday visited governor Adegboyega Oyetola of Osun State upon their arrival at Osogbo to settle the rift within the party.

It was gathered that the committee led by a former Governor of Nasarawa State, Senator Abdulahi Adamu, visited the governor at the government house, Ilobu road, Osogbo.

According to a statement from the office of the Chief Press Secretary to the governor, Ismail Omipidan, the committee expressed their readiness to ensure fair hearing, equity and justice in carrying out their assignment.

Senator Adamu said they are ready to attend to palpable contentious matters, treat petitions and elicit responses after which their report would be made in line with the directive of the authority of the party at the national level.

“I want to thank Mr. Governor for personally being available to receive us. We are the committee appointed and inaugurated sometimes in November last year to serve as members of the reconciliatory committee on issues that border on relationship and institutional matters.

“We have done much on the northern states and we started that of Southwest on Thursday in Lagos. We were in Ogun State, and today, we are in Osogbo, the Osun State capital.

“As a matter of tradition and respect, when we go to a State like this, where our party is in power, we owe it a duty to pay courtesy on the Governor, because here (Government House) is our home, to announce and inform him we are in his land. That is what brought us here. After this, it is our intention to see what efforts had been made on those who petitioned. If they are identifiable, we want to meet with them.

“After meeting them, we will come back to our home to meet the Governor and our party so that if there is any allegation or accusation from the petition received, and after listening to the petitioners, we will listen to the responses in order to ensure fair hearing from all the parties involved.

“Our intention here is to maximize the opportunity of getting evaluation of relevant materials after which we will go to Abuja and sit as a committee and develop what we have in the report, which we will share with the authority of the party at the national level that appointed us.”

In his response, Governor Adegboyega Oyetola assured the committee of his cooperation and support to carry out the exercise.

He expressed confidence in the composition and ability of the members of the Committee to dispense justice and ensure fair play throughout the exercise.

“I appreciate this visit and I thank you most sincerely for taking the trouble to come to us. No organization without issues, but what is important is to find possible way of reconciliation.

“We will give you all the support. You will have the maximum cooperation expected of us. I welcome the idea of accepting petitions and finding solutions to all contentious issues.”

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Expect completion of more abandoned projects in Niger Delta – Akwa

The Sun News - Sab, 08/01/2022 - 19:05

From Tony John, Port Harcourt

The Interim Administrator, Niger Delta Development Commission (NDDC), Effiong Akwa, has asked youths and other stakeholders to expect the completion of more abandoned projects within the region in the New Year.

Akwa in a zoom meeting that had hundreds of stakeholders from the nine states of the Niger Delta and the Diaspora in attendance, said the NDDC under the supervision of the Minister of the Niger Delta Affairs, Senator Godswill Akpabio, would complete and inaugurate abandoned power projects, hostels among others.

Akwa, who was represented at the meeting by his Special Adviser on Youths and Sports, Udengs Eradiri, particularly harped on the completion of the transmission substation in the Okitipupa area of Ondo State.

He said when completed, the transmission station would provide power to over 2000 communities across six local government areas of Ondo State.

Akwa at the virtual meeting, which was described by participants as commendable, said efforts would be made to finish another power transmission line in the Ikot Abasi area of Akwa Ibom State.

He said more hostels would be completed in line with the mandate given to the Commission by President Muhammadu Buhari to finish abandoned people-oriented projects and put them to use.

The NDDC boss also said the commission would make efforts to complete the abandoned hostels at the Niger Delta University (NDU), Bayelsa State.

He said the NDDC would build a replica of Lagos State’s boat terminals in the Niger Delta to facilitate maritime transport and urged the youths to get ready for sports festivals and talent hunts in the New Year.

He heaped encomiums on Buhari and Akpabio for their leadership style saying 2021 was the first time the NDDC completed and inaugurated three massive projects in a single year.

He named the completed projects as the corporate headquarters of the commission in Port Harcourt abandoned for over 20 years; office and residential complex for the police Special Protection Unit (SPU) in Omagwa, Rivers and the over 1050-bed hostel in Uyo, Akwa Ibom State.

Among other activities, Akwa said the commission last year engaged governors of the region; distributed yellow fever vaccines, waste disposal trucks to states; trained over 1000 in ICT; distributed science equipment, e-learning tablets and desks to secondary schools and ensured prompt payment of staff salaries.

‘This year more hostels will be completed because we are looking at projects that directly impact the lives of the people of the region. We are going to be building boat terminals in the region,’ he said.

‘It is difficult for people to go to the waterfront and have somewhere they can go and relax, buy tickets and board their boats in the Niger Delta. But if you go to Lagos, you will see boat terminals in most areas in Lagos. That kind of terminal is what we will be bringing in.

‘Soon, we should be inaugurating the power project in Ondo State that is meant to power six local government areas. There is another power project in Eket and it will be concluded.

‘During the forensic audit, it was discovered that the NDDC had a lot of equipment abandoned in the ports for years. And we have put machinery in place to get the equipment and ensure the other power projects are completed.’

Akwa called for the support of the youths and other stakeholders to enable NDDC to deliver on the mandate of President Buhari.

Most of the youths, who spoke during the meeting, commended Akwa for continually engaging them, saying the meeting was the third in a series since he took over the commission.

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Beijing Winter Olympics: China unveils world’s first intelligent, autonomous high-speed train

The Sun News - Sab, 08/01/2022 - 19:04

From Aidoghie Paulinus, Abuja

The People’s Republic of China has unveiled a brand new, state-of-the-art Fuxing bullet train.

The train, according to the Embassy of the People’s Republic of China in Nigeria, in a Facebook post, is said to be the world’s first intelligent and autonomous high-speed train with a top speed of 350 kilometres per hour and a 5G live broadcast studio on board, to serve the upcoming Beijing Winter Olympics.

‘The demonstration of the train’s new technologies to athletes and guests from around the world during the Beijing Games scheduled for February 4-20 will be a definite boon to the profile of China’s high-speed railway (HSR) system, one of the crown jewels of Chinese industrial achievements, said a senior designer of the advanced Electric Multiple Unit (EMU),’ the Embassy of the People’s Republic of China in Nigeria wrote.

The Embassy added that one of the unique characteristics of the EMU is that it has a live broadcast studio that could transmit ultra-high-definition content via 5G connections.

It also said the installation, which is one of the first on the world’s fastest trains, will bring convenience to global media professionals covering the event.

In the Facebook post, the Embassy of the People’s Republic of China quoted Zhu Yan, a deputy director with Engineering Research Center of CRRC Changchun Railway Vehicles Co, the train’s maker, who told the Global Times that: “To have so much advanced technology brought together on this train, and to present it in front of the world, this shows China’s comprehensive strengths in terms of the train system, and will definitely boost the exports and go abroad efforts of the EMU system.”

The Embassy of the People’s Republic of China further said by using new materials and technologies, as well as an eagle-shaped nose chosen out of over 40 designs, the EMU has lower wind resistance and weighs less.

‘These traits make it a green EMU that’s 10 per cent more energy-efficient than previous generations, saving 1.8 million kilowatt-hours of electricity per year.

‘With the help of the latest communication hardware, cameras and sensors, the train can scan up to 14 kilometres ahead to probe for any abnormal intrusions on the tracks, according to Zhu.

‘The eight-car EMU can carry 564 people, though it will serve no more than half that many during the Beijing Games as part of the epidemic control efforts, according to China State Railway Group Co, the state-owned railway operator,’ the Chinese Embassy stated.

The Embassy also said China has exported its high-speed rail technologies to Indonesia for the Jakarta-Bandung high-speed railway.

‘Construction of the railway has been progressing smoothly and approaching completion. A number of other countries, including Laos, the Government of China disclosed, also use Chinese-made trains, though they travel at lower speeds.

‘This new generation of smart EMUs also stands a good chance of upgrading China’s existing domestic bullet train fleet, the world’s largest, numbering at 4,000.

‘China is the world’s superpower in terms of high-speed rail technology. The country has 40,000 kilometres of high-speed rail lines and plans to build another 1,400 kilometres by the end of 2022, according to media reports.

‘The railway between Beijing and Zhangjiakou in North China’s Hebei Province is where China’s railway industry started and the development of this railway resembled the development process of Chinese railways.

‘In 2019, on the 110th anniversary of China’s first railway, China’s first EMU equipped with smart technologies was unveiled on this section, ushering in a new era of strength-building in China’s transportation industry,’ the Embassy of the People’s Republic of China in Nigeria added.

On his part, Sun Zhang, a mass transit expert and professor at Shanghai Tongji University, pointed to one special bonus in that Beijing and Zhangjiakou have linked up all the game venues, from indoor ice sports stadiums in the city of Beijing to outdoor ski resorts in the suburb of Yanqing and those in Hebei Province, with a carefully knitted web of subways, intra-city railways and high-speed railways that enable people to travel in a time-efficient manner.

‘Needless to say, such a sincere calling card will be impressive to guests, dignitaries and athletes participating in the Beijing Games,’ Sun said.

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Rivers lecturer gets three months suspension over ‘sexual harassment’

The Punch - Sab, 08/01/2022 - 18:46

The Captain Elechi Amadi Polytechnic, Port Harcourt said one of its lecturers, Tamunotonye Solomon has been suspended for three months over allegations of sexual harassment of female student. Recall that the lecturer, Solomon and the 200-level female student, Blessing Audu have traded words openly in the media, stating their side of the issue. While Blessing…


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Buhari dishes marriage advice to Adamu’s daughter, says union is lifelong

The Punch - Sab, 08/01/2022 - 18:29

The President, Major General Muhammadu Buhari (retd.), has advised the newly-wed daughter of the Education Minister, Fatima Adamu, and her husband to commit to a life-long union. This is as he congratulated the family of Adamu Adamu, who married off their daughter at a ceremony in Azare, Bauchi State, on Saturday. Buhari’s message is contained…


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2023: PDP has not zoned presidential ticket – Spokesman

The Punch - Sab, 08/01/2022 - 18:23

The Peoples Democratic Party says it has not zoned its 2023 presidential ticket to any part of the country. The National Publicity Secretary, Debo Ologunagba, made this known in a statement on Saturday titled, ‘2023: We Have Not Zoned Our Presidential Ticket -PDP’. A former member of the PDP who decamped to the ruling All…


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Osinbajo is a distinguished leader, says Bauchi gov

The Punch - Sab, 08/01/2022 - 18:01

Bauchi State Governor, Bala Mohammed, on Saturday, lauded Vice-President Yemi Osinbajo (SAN), as a leader with distinguished qualities. The governor stated this when he received Osinbajo in Azare, the headquarters of the Katagum Emirate, during the wedding of Fatima, the daughter of the Education Minister, Adamu Adamu. According to Mohammed, the people and government of…


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I want to mentor someone this year, producer Samklef scouts for new artistes

The Punch - Sab, 08/01/2022 - 17:59

Music producer, Samuel Oguachuba, popularly known as Samklef, has made an open call for new artistes whom he’d like to mentor in 2022. The sound maker took to his Instagram handle on Saturday to make the call, as he promised up-and-coming artistes that he’d promote them on his social media page. Samklef asked his over…


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Pictorial: Osinbajo, Tinubu, others in Bauchi for Adamu’s daughter’s wedding

The Punch - Sab, 08/01/2022 - 17:27

Vice President Yemi Osinbajo, National Leader of the All Progressive’s Congress, Bola Tinubu and former Interim APC National Chairman, Bisi Akande, are in Bauchi State to attend the wedding of the daughter of the Minister of Education, Fatima Adamu. The Vice President was in the company of Senate President Ahmed Lawan, Governors of Bauchi State,…


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NDLEA boss Marwa loses first wife, Zainab

The Punch - Sab, 08/01/2022 - 17:13

The Chairman of the National Drug Law Enforcement Agency, Brigadier General Mohammed Buba Marwa (retd.), has lost his first wife, Hajiya Zainab Marwa. A statement by the family on Saturday said Zainab Marwa died in the early hours of the day at the age of 66 after a brief illness. The deceased is survived by…


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Many people are enslaved mentally by pastors, says actress Uche Jombo

The Punch - Sab, 08/01/2022 - 17:09

Nollywood actress, Uche Jombo, on Saturday said that many people have been enslaved mentally by pastors. The actress took to her Twitter page to also note that the focus of christians should be ok knowing and worshipping God. “Many people are enslaved mentally by pastors when the focus should be knowing and worshiping God,” Jombo…


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Lagos to seal schools over failure to resume on Jan 4

The Punch - Sab, 08/01/2022 - 16:45

The Lagos State Government says it will seal schools that failed to comply with the stipulated academic calendar in the state. The government said the compilation of the names of schools that failed to comply with the directive of the state’s Ministry of Education that private and public schools should resume on Tuesday, January 4,…


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Ethiopian opposition leaders freed under amnesty

The Punch - Sab, 08/01/2022 - 16:37

Several high-profile Ethiopian opposition leaders were tasting freedom on Saturday after the government granted a surprise amnesty for prominent political detainees, including senior Tigrayan figures. The government said the move was designed to promote “national dialogue” and follows a dramatic shift in fortunes in the brutal 14-month war between forces loyal to Prime Minister Abiy…


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