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THE Presiding Bishop of the Prophetic Prayer Ministries International and Prayer Director of the Pentecostal Fellowship of Nigeria (PFN), Lagos Chapter, Bishop Theophilus Taiwo Ajose, has warned Nigeria’s President, Muhammadu Buhari, to thread cautiously as there may be an impeachment move against him this year.

 

By Daniel Abia,

Port Harcourt

Security agencies have been enjoined not to sweep the political violence in the just concluded governorship election in Bayelsa State under the carpet as a deterrent in other states.

 

Nigeria’s President, Muhammadu Buhari, has not withdrawn the proposed 2016 Budget, which he presented to a joint session of the National Assembly on December 22, 2015, the President’s spokesman, Garba Shehu, stated in multiple tweets.

 

 

 

A split in the Anglican Communion over homosexuality "would not be a disaster, but it would be a failure", the Archbishop of Canterbury has said.

Speaking before a meeting of world Anglican leaders, Justin Welby said that he wanted "reconciliation", but that would mean "finding ways to disagree well".

 

 

The men suspected of attacking women in Cologne on New Year's Eve were "almost exclusively" from a migration background, mainly North African and Arab, an official report says.

Cologne police also made "serious mistakes" in not calling reinforcements and the way they informed the public.

 

 

The former speaker of Niger's parliament, Hama Amadou, will not be released from prison to campaign for elections, Niger's Court of Appeals has said.

Amadou was arrested in November 2015 for baby-trafficking charges after fleeing to France for a year.

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