Author: KUR

Kenneth Okonkwo, a prominent figure in the Labour Party, suggested that ethnic bias is responsible for the prolonged detention of Nnamdi Kanu, the leader of IPOB (Indigenous People of Biafra). Speaking on Arise Television, Okonkwo compared Kanu’s case to that of other separatist leaders who have seen their charges dropped and have been reintegrated into […]

Proposed pay rises for Kenya’s cabinet and parliament members have been halted after President William Ruto ordered a review following public backlash. This decision follows last week’s mass protests that led to the withdrawal of a controversial finance bill, which had included tax hikes. The Salaries and Remuneration Commission (SRC) Chairperson Lyn Mengich announced the […]

Manchester United have extended Erik ten Hag’s contract by one year, keeping him at the club until 2026. Ten Hag’s initial contract, signed upon his appointment in 2022, was set to expire in 2025. Under his leadership, the Dutchman has secured two trophies in two years at Old Trafford. He expressed satisfaction with the extension […]

The recent surge in arbitrary arrests and detention of journalists in Nigeria signifies a disturbing shift towards despotism, contradicting the nation’s democratic claims. The abductions of Segun Olatunji and Daniel Ojukwu echo the harassment and victimization reminiscent of the 1990s military regimes. Such maltreatment undermines press freedom and poses a severe threat to societal liberty, […]

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