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Sanusi Says Nigerians Should Stop Insulting Their Leaders – Trending with Ojy Okpe

  Former Emir of Kano and leader of Tijjaniyya Movement in Nigeria, Lamido Sanusi, has asked Nigerians to stop insulting their leaders over the hardship faced in the country. Meanwhile,

 

Former Emir of Kano and leader of Tijjaniyya Movement in Nigeria, Lamido Sanusi, has asked Nigerians to stop insulting their leaders over the hardship faced in the country.

Meanwhile, Minister of State for Mines and Steel Development, Uche Ogah, has accused the elite of undermining the country’s tottering economy by aiding and abetting gold smuggling and illegal mining to the tune of $9bn yearly.

In Nairobi Kenya, a slum named Korogocho, where women aged 60 to well over 90, meet every Thursday afternoon to practice taekwondo, in a bid to protect themselves against sexual assault, has made the rounds.

According to lead trainer of the group, Jane Waithageni Kimaru, the class is so serious that late arrivals are ordered to do sit-ups and jumping jacks as punishment.

 

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