Wednesday, January 20, 2016
Tuesday, January 19, 2016
Tanzanian president John Pombe Magufuli has reportedly banned the wearing of miniskirts in the country saying he believes the garments, along with short dresses, encourage the spread of HIV/Aids.
Tanzania Cultural Development Director Herman Mwansoko said all Tanzanian women have three months within which to "get rid of miniskirts for replacement with decent garments."
A member of the House of Representatives, Umar Yakubu Barde has advocated for the amputation of hands of those found guilty of stealing from the Nation's treasury. Speaking in an interactive session with the some journalist in Kaduna state yesterday January 18th, Barde who is a PDP member representing Chikun/Kajuru Federal Constituency of Kaduna State, said those who stole in millions of Naira should have their hands amputated, while those who looted in billions of Naira should be hanged to death.
A 28 year old Nigerian student of Kampala University identified as Rufus Okafor has been arrested in Kampala, Uganda after he was intercepted with 19 kilograms of marijuana and 795grames of heroin worth sh229m at Posta Uganda on Friday January 15th. According to reports, Rufus was about to send the drugs to Netherlands when he was arrested. He will be appearing in a Ugandan court today January 19th.
The Leadership of the Senate has described the call by PDP for the impeachment of President Buhari over the missing budget as the biggest joke of the year. Senate leader, Ali Ndume said this while speaking with newsmen in Abuja yesterday January 18th;
‘It is the biggest joke of the year. We should be talking of how to kill the PDP for exposing this country to this mess. They killed the country in their 16 years’ reign and now somebody is correcting their mess.