unvaccinated Indians Global News Lifestyle 

UK’s decision to consider vaccinated Indians as ‘unvaccinated’ stinks of apartheid, lacks scientific merit

Bobby Ramakant – CNS Recent decision of the United Kingdom (UK) to consider fully vaccinated Indians along with some other nationalities as ‘unvaccinated’ lacks scientific merit and instead stinks of white supremacy and apartheid era. It is important to mention that 90% of the vaccines rolled out in India are Covishield. Covishield vaccine, is Oxford AstraZeneca vaccine, whose research was done by UK based agencies but this vaccine under the name of ‘Covishield’ is being made in India and exported globally by Serum Institute of India. Serum Institute of India…

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Satire: Bill Gates calls for the withdrawal of all Covid-19 Vaccines; “The vaccines are far more dangerous than anyone imagined”

By W. Gelles In a shocking announcement, Bill Gates, billionaire Microsoft co-founder and the major force behind the COVID-19 vaccines, called for all the COVID-19 genetic-based vaccines to be taken off the market immediately. In an often anguished 19-minute televised speech, Gates said: “We made a terrible mistake. We wanted to protect people against a dangerous virus. But it turns out the virus is much less dangerous than we thought. And the vaccine is far more dangerous than anyone imagined.” By W. Gelles “These vaccines—Pfizer, Moderna, Johnson & Johnson, AstraZeneca—they’re…

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East Africa Global News 

Humanitarian Crisis in Tigray Deepens as Fighting Continues

The situation in Ethiopia’s Tigray region is worsening as fighting between Tigray’s People’s Liberation Front (TPLF) and government troops continues, with no end in sight. Aid agencies on the ground say thousands of people have been killed in the fighting, and many more have been displaced. The International Red Cross is warning that international aid must be scaled up urgently if a major humanitarian crisis is to be averted. Dominik Stillhart, director of the International Committee of the Red Cross told the BBC the people in Tigray were in dire…

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Mobile Terrorist Global News OP-ED Opinions 

Quenching the Rage of Mobile Terrorist

By Femi Oluwasanmi Events across the country in the recent times especially, the increase in the numbers of mobile terrorists masquerading as herders in dispensing their nefarious operation have shown clearly that open grazing in cattle business is no longer fashionable. Unfortunately, those entrusted with the responsibility to protect lives and property seem not to have recognized this fact with their continuous polarization of the issue along ethnic and religious divides. While excoriating the governor of Benue State, Samuel Ortom, for banning open grazing, and some governors in the South-West…

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Leo Igwe

Leo Igwe (born 26 July 1970) is a Nigerian human rights advocate and humanist. Igwe is a former Western and Southern African representative of the International Humanist and Ethical Union, and has specialized in campaigning against and documenting the impacts of child witchcraft accusations. He holds a Ph.D from the Bayreuth International School of African Studies at the University of Bayreuth in Germany, having earned a graduate degree in philosophy from the University of Calabar in Nigeria. Igwe’s human rights advocacy has brought him into conflict with high-profile witchcraft believers,…

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How Mubarak Bala Insulted TB Joshua Hours Before His Arrest for Blasphemy

Mubarak Bala, the well-known atheist arrested in Kaduna State for insulting Prophet Muhammed by describing him as a terrorist, equally has a history of mocking prominent Nigerian clergyman TB Joshua. Many Nigerians woke on Wednesday morning to find #FreeMubarakBala trending on Twitter in Nigeria, spurred by the arrest of President of Humanist Association of Nigeria, Mubarak Bala, over his social media post comparing Prophet Muhammed to TB Joshua of The Synagogue, Church Of All Nations (SCOAN). However, it can be revealed that hours before his arrest, the prominent atheist also posted a…

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Global News Lifestyle 

TB Joshua on Four-Day Visit to “PRAYER MOUNTAIN” Over COVID-19

Nigerian Pastor TB Joshua has spent four days at an undisclosed “prayer mountain” to “present the nations” to God in prayer. The cleric was notably absent from the usual Sunday broadcast from Emmanuel TV’s studios on Sunday 26th April 2020 but clips of him ‘crying unto God’ amidst a large expanse of rocks and trees were shown. “In the name of Jesus, we present the nations, the world at large to You, Lord. Forgive them their iniquities. Forgive them their wrongs. Forgive them their sins,” Joshua prays with his face pressed against…

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Global News Leaders 

A CHRISTIAN CAN GET SICK WITH CORONAVIRUS – TB JOSHUA

Nigerian Pastor TB Joshua has taught that a genuine Christian can fall sick with the dreaded coronavirus disease yet still be a “friend of God”. In a question and answer session on his official Facebook Page, which has over four million followers, the cleric addressed the contentious subject in the wake of news that COVID-19 had claimed the lives of several pastors.  “Christians, do not make the mistake of thinking that you are ‘out of touch’,” Joshua stated, adding that God could use any circumstance “to preserve us and to strengthen our…

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Global News Leaders 

Our men in red and full of charisma: hope for Africa?

By Precious Nihorowa At the dawn of the 1960s, Africa in general experienced a new wave in the political and governance landscape. It is during such a period that African countries started attaining independence from the colonial masters. South Africa is considered one of the last African countries to attain independence as it had the first black native president for the first time in 1994 in the name of Nelson Mandela. During the independence wave of Africa, the leaders that led their countries to independence had a number of things…

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Unity and humility crucial in fighting COVID-19

By Precious Nihorowa On 14th April, the government through the minister of Health Mr Jappie Mhango, announced that as one way of fighting against the spreading of the Corona Virus disease, the country would be under lockdown for 21 days effective from 18th April to 9th May. The announcement included a possibility of extension of the lockdown in case of need. The announcement brought mixed reactions among Malawians in all sectors of the society with a good number of people feeling that Malawi was not ready for a lockdown under…

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