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Tweet MIA Notice Apology for our no show in the past 24 hours. Just wrapped up our annual family vacation in Niagara Falls, Canada. Bear with me my lovely people. Will catch una in few hours. Here are some lovely night view of the fall and some tourist attraction centers around the fall for your viewing pleasure. Why This Update? This is my routine anytime am on vacation, my sweethearts on this blog can testify to it, this is how I keep in touch with them when they notice slow updates. We arrived Niagara Falls a day before Aisha Abimbola died and left on Saturday. This is why I have not been updating since Sunday Morning. Will arrive home in approximately 12 hours from the time of this update. Updated @1:30am at Schiphol Airport in Amsterdam. #Naija on my mind Related Posts
Changes at the Democratic Republic of Congo’s Constitutional Court could clear the way for President Joseph Kabila to run for a third term, opposition politicians and activists said, deepening the central African nation’s political crisis. Kabila, in power since 2001 and constitutionally barred from seeking another term, a week ago announced the appointment of three new judges to the court. Two are well-known allies, fueling concern among the president’s critics that his supporters could press for rulings permitting him to run in elections scheduled for December. “The Kabila clan will now do everything to push big decisions and big questions to the Constitutional Court and the court will respond in favor of Kabila’s political family,” opposition lawmaker Martin Fayulu said by phone from th...
•No cause for alarm – FAAN By Chioma Obinna The nation’s health sector is in crisis. With the shutdown of federal and state health facilities, patients are groaning. The situation is dicey. Reason: The facilities mostly serve the common man who doesn’t have the resources to access medical care in private hospitals. Meanwhile, his accessing healthcare in public institutions now is like the camel passing through the eye of the needle because the institutions have been shut down by striking health workers. •Deserted ward at a General Hospital. Whereas the affluent and our political leaders catch the next available flight to Europe, America, India, China, among others, for medical tourism with tax payers’ money, the common man is at the mercy of the health workers who are ...