Lavrov calls US election meddling claims 'blabber'
Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov on Saturday dismissed as "blabber" accusations that Moscow had interfered in the US election that brought President Donald Trump to power. "So as long as we don't see facts, everything else is blabber," Lavrov said at the Munich Security Conference, a day after the US indicted 13 Russians for running…
Trumps scraps election 'fraud' inquiry
President Donald Trump on Wednesday disbanded an investigation into alleged voter fraud in the 2016 election, but refused to back down on unsubstantiated allegations of massive wrongdoing at the ballot box.
The Killer Year 2016
The year 2016 would forever go down in history as the year with breaking news and hot topics that kept us on our toes all year round. Indeed, it was a year for the media as well a mouthful for citizens of different countries. It has been argued that the year with all its events…
Trump on Russia meddling in US election: 'I don't believe it'
President-elect Donald Trump rejected the CIA's reported conclusion that Russia intervened to help him win the US election, saying in an interview broadcast Sunday that the idea is "ridiculous."
Trump says 'millions' voted illegally, decries recount
President-elect Donald Trump asserted Sunday that he would have won the US popular vote were it not for "millions of illegal" ballots, while dramatically sharpening his criticism of a recount in Wisconsin, calling it "a waste of time."
‘I am scared of Trump’s Presidency, not for myself, but for other Nigerians and minorities’
The US system on its own cannot check the promised policies of Trump. We all have to join hands together to make rule of law and equality a mainstay in his administration.
Trump to forgo salary as US president
Republican billionaire Donald Trump said in an interview broadcast Sunday he would forgo the $400,000 salary that comes with the US president's job.
Wolexit stands despite the hysteria, declares Soyinka
Nobel laureate, Prof Wole Soyinka yesterday decried what he termed ‘media fascism’ and condemned ‘noisome creatures’ believed to have masterminded the hysteria trailing his ‘personal’ decision to relocate from the United States of America if Donald Trump had won the presidential election.