COVID-19: See What Rwanda Is Doing To Punish All Those Caught Breaking Rules

Abuja (Precise Post) – Rwanda is taking a different approach to combating COVID-19 by sending those caught breaking curfews or not wearing masks to stadiums for all-night lectures on the dangers of coronavirus. According to official figures, since mid-July, about 70,000 people accused of ignoring the 9:00 pm curfew or rules on mandatory face masks have been ordered by police to sit through hours of …

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#Terrorism:U.S Warns Citizens Not to Visit North East Nigeria

By Ogechi Okorie Abuja (Precise Post) -. Barely twenty four hours after United Kingdom warned her Citizens of the danger of travelling to Borno, Adamawa and Yobe, to the United States has warned it’s Citizens to exercise caution through out the country as terrorists continue plotting and carrying out attacks in Nigeria, especially in the Northeast.the This notice was contained in a statement from the …

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Covid-19: Photos Show Thousands Of Freshly Dug Graves In South Africa As Death Toll Spikes

Abuja (Precise Post) – Pictures showing thousands of freshly dug graves in South Africa as its cases take the country to fifth in the world. Recently filled graves were photographed at Olifantsveil Cemetery outside Johannesburg preparing for the thousands of deaths the coronavirus pandemic is wreaking on the country. Despite South Africa being Africa’s most well-prepared country for the pandemic it currently has 538, 184 …

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Beirut Blast: At Least 78 Killed, Thousands Injured

Abuja (Precise Post) – Huge explosions have rocked Beirut, killing at least 78 people, injuring thousands more, and also sending an enormous blast wave across the city that shattered windows, knocked down doors and shook buildings. According to Lebanon’s prime minister, Hassan Diab, the blast at Beirut’s port was caused when an estimated 2,750 tons of ammonium nitrate had been ignited. He said the chemical had …

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I’ll Unlock Division on Trade Between China and United States – Okonjo-Iweala

…Says Fixing Dispute Settlement System a Priority By Chris Udochukwu Geneva (Precise Post) –   Nigeria’s candidate for the top job of the World Trade Organisation (WTO), Ngozi Okonjo-Iweala, has assured she will unlock the seeming division on the trade side between China and the United States if elected the as WTO Boss. This is also as she has promised fixing the Geneva-based body’s dispute settlement …

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Economic Terrorism: Iran Sanctions Richard Goldberg

Abuja – Richard Goldberg, who served as an aide to John Bolton, was sanctioned over “being actively involved in economic terrorism against the interests of Iran’s government and citizens,” state news agency IRNA reported, citing a statement from the foreign ministry. Iran said on Sunday it has sanctioned an ex-aide to a former US national security adviser who is a senior member of the Washington-based …

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Bomb Explosions Kill 6 Children in Burkina Faso

Abuja (Precise Post) – An improvised explosive device that went off in northern Burkina Faso has killed at least six people , mostly children, security sources and local officials said Sunday . The IED , which exploded as the group ’ s cart was passing late Saturday, also injured four others, they said . Northern Burkina Faso is notorious for jihadist attacks which have killed …

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#COVID-19: World Tops 18m Cases in 3 Days Amid WHO Doom Forecast

By Our Reporter Abuja (Precise Post) – Just 3 days after hitting 17million, the confirmed cases of COVID-19 surpassed 18 million on Saturday night as the World Health Organisation warned that the pandemic would be protracted. According to the tally by tracking agency worldometers.info, COVID-19 cases are now 18,023,614, as at Sunday 0630 GMT. The new grim height was reached with rising cases in the …

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Tragedy As Drunk soldier Kills 13 Civilians In DR Congo

Abuja (Precise Post)-A drunken soldier in the Democratic Republic of Congo’s troubled east opened fire on passers-by, killing at least 13 people including a two-year-old girl and seven women, according to AFP on Friday. The murders incensed locals who laid out the victims’ shrouded bodies. Youths built a big fire nearby and a local leader vilified the army and demanded that its troops and a …

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COVID-19: German Economy Gets Tough On Rule Breakers

Berlin (Precise Post)- Germany’s Economy Minister Peter Altmaier has called for tougher penalties for coronavirus rule breakers in view of rising infections in the country. The minister disclosed this in an interview with dpa on Saturday. “Anyone who deliberately endangers others must expect that this will have serious consequences for him. “We must not jeopardize the recovery that is just beginning by accepting a further increase …

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Trump Blows Hot, Moves to Withdraw U.S Troops from Germany

By Chris Udochukwu Abuja (Precise Post) – United States President Donald Trump has kicked against billions of dollars Germany pays Russia a year for energy, threatening to withdraw his troops from Germany. Trump who didn’t see any reason why U.S should protect Germany against Russia, reminded that Germany is equally delinquent in their 2 percent fee to NATO. The U.S President disclosed this when he …

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Young Black Woman Living With White Roommate, Found Hanging By The Neck Inside Garage

Abuja (Precise Post) – A 20-year-old Black woman was found hanging dead in her white roommate’s garage and the police department has ruled it a suicide, yet, friends and family speculate otherwise. The McKinney Police Department has declared the death of 20-year-old Gloria Bambo, a McKinney, Texas, resident, a suicide after she was found dead in the garage on July 12. Facebook user Jamilla Arnold …

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#COVID-19 Palliatives: Poor Ghanaians to enjoy free electricity till 2021

By Our Reporter Accra (Precise Post) – To cushion the effects of economic hardship caused by the COVID-19 pandemic, President Nana Addo Akufo-Addo led Ghanaian government has extended free electricity to poor citizens till January 2021. The Finance Minister, Ken Ofori-Atta, made the announcement on Thursday, adding that all citizens irrespective of social status would enjoy free water supply for the next three months. The …

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COVID-19: Russia Response Centre Says 5,871 Persons Test Positive in 24 Hours

By Ogechi Okorie Abuja (Precise Post) – Russia Coronavirus Response Centre has said that it has confirmed 5,871 COVID-19 cases in the past 24 hours. The latest confirmation brings the cumulative total to 806,720, the center said. “Over the past 24 hours, Russia has confirmed 5,871 COVID-19 cases in 83 regions,” the response center said in a statement, adding that the total count has now …

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Uganda Flies Flags For 3-Days To Mourn Ex-Tanzanian President

Kampala (Precise Post)- Ugandan President Yoweri Museveni has ordered flags to fly at half-mast for three days starting on Saturday to mourn former Tanzanian President Benjamin Mkapa. “When he became President of Tanzania, we worked together to consolidate the East African Community (EAC). “It is a great loss for Africa,’’ Museveni tweeted. The EAC is a regional grouping of six countries, namely Uganda, Tanzania, Rwanda, …

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Uganda’s Flags to Fly at Half Mast – Museveni says as He Mourns Mkapa’s Death

By Chris Udochukwu Abuja (Precise Post) – Ugandan President, Yoweri Museveni has mourned the death of former Tanzanian President, Benjamin Mkapa, saying the flags in Uganda will fly at half mast for three days, starting tomorrow, Saturday, July 25th, at 0600hrs (Saa kumi nambili). Museveni who expressed sadness over the demise of the former president, conveyed his heart felt condolences and that of the People …

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