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Former S.Sudan General Forms New Rebel Group, Wows To Wage War Against Salva Kiir

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A South Sudanese former general has announced the creation of a rebel group to overthrow president Salva Kiir. Thomas Cirillo Swaka resigned earlier this year after accusing the leadership of perpetrating ethnic-based violence in the war-torn country, a claim that the government denies. Check also: I Want Machar Dead Or Alive, South Sudan’s President Salva Kiir Orders Military Could South Sudan ...

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Simiyi: Man In Kenya Rapes A Hen Due To Lack Of A Girl Friend


Simiyi raped a hen because he could not find a girlfriend tried to get a reduced sentence saying he was too afraid to chat up women.[9] Check also: Police Closes A Hotel In Swansea Were Deviants Have Sex With Animals This may seem a bit confusing and shameful but in the 21st century some things to some people seem to be ...

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Mugabe Will Not Surrender Power To Anyone, Not Even To His Wife


Zimbabwean President Robert Mugabe is intent on becoming the southern African country’s life president, critics say, following his remarks during his recent 93rd birthday celebrations.[9] Check also: Zimbabwean Millionaire, Chivayo Seeking For Wife With Natural Hair As state enterprises continue to belatedly wish the nonagenarian many more years to come in the state media,[4] his critics and the opposition are adamant ...

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President Pierre Nkurunziza of Burundi warned against 4th term By UN secretary general

President Nkurunziza of Burundi

A new report by the UN secretary general warns that if Burundi’s president Nkurunziza tries to seek a fourth term it could “plunge the country into an even deeper crisis”.[9] Check also: Burundi Signed To Quit ICC  The UN chief Antonio Guterres’ report to the UN Security Council cites recent comments by President Pierre Nkurunziza that he might pursue a fourth ...

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Nigerian Students Demand South Africans Leave The Country

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ABUJA  – Nigerian protesters on Thursday demanded that South African citizens and businesses leave the country and vandalised the head office of mobile phone giant MTN in Abuja in retaliation for anti-Nigerian violence in South Africa.[9] Check also: Nigerian Protesters Damage MTN Head Office In Abuja The National Association of Nigeria Students (NANS) said it had given S. Africans 48 hours ...

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