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The Oba of Benin Gets a New Prince

So much joy for the people of Benin Kingdom as their king, Omo N’Oba N’Edo Uku Akpolok Opolo, Oba Ewuare II, the Oba of Benin and his wife Queen Iyayota have birthed a new prince. The Benin Traditional Council (BTC) shared the good news on Monday in a press briefing, Guardian reports, saying: By the grace of the Almighty God and the benevolence of our ancestors, …

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Nigerian lady cries out for justice for her cousin who suffered gunshot injury after he was allegedly attacked by SARS officials in Abuja (photos)

A Nigerian lady, Fatima Babashehu Liman, is demanding justice for her cousin, Sadiq, who suffered gunshot injury in his hand after he was allegedly attacked by SARS officials in Abuja on Monday May 18.   Read Fatima’s post below JUSTICE FOR SADIQ!!! With deep sorrowful broken heart I write dis painful story of what happened to my cousin today. Today …

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Missouri inmate will be executed tonight in first execution since pandemic began after he was convicted for killing an elderly woman nearly 3 decades ago

A Missouri man, who was sentenced to death for killing an elderly woman nearly three decades ago, is set to become the first person to be executed since the coronavirus pandemic was announced.   Walter Barton, 64, will die by lethal injection tonight for the slaying of Gladys Kuehler, 81, in 1991. The execution is expected to hold despite the …

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White House portraits of Barack and Michelle Obama will not be unveiled until Donald Trump leaves office

Barack and Michelle Obama’s presidential and first lady portraits will not be unveiled and hung in the White House until Donald Trump is out of office. It was revealed on Tuesday morning, May 19, that the tradition of previous presidents returning to the White House to meet with their successor to unveil their portraits, will be skipped. The long-held tradition …

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