How Biden earned U.S. Democrats’ presidential nomination
The United States presidential aspirant, Joe Biden, yesterday, officially emerged as the Democratic Party’s candidate at its convention. His appointment was sealed amid glowing testimonials from elder statesmen.
Echoes from our past
Again, it is time to hate, another season for humanity to bicker on tribe, race and colour. A virus rages in the midst of it all, as if to remind we are not really in control here, that life is short, too fleeting to be vengeful or malicious.
UK's Prince Andrew denies having sex with Epstein accuser
Britain's Prince Andrew has "categorically" denied having sex with an alleged teen victim of disgraced US financier Jeffrey Epstein, who claims she was forced to sleep with the royal
Disgraced US financier Epstein committed suicide in prison
The wealthy US financier Jeffrey Epstein, indicted on charges he trafficked underage girls for sex, has committed suicide in prison, US news media reported Saturday
Kosovo celebrates '20 years free' with Clinton visit
Kosovo embraced former US President Bill Clinton on Wednesday as it thanked the West for the NATO intervention 20 years ago that ended its separatist war with Serbia and cleared a path for independence.
Nigeria’s elections and international community
There is increasing intentional attention on Nigeria’s general elections, a matter of days away. Given the seeming desperation of political players, there are fears locally and internationally that things could go wrong if politicians throw caution to the winds. For this reason, the pre-emptive notes of warning to politicians to eschew violence or face international…
Why former US president Bill Clinton is visiting Buhari, Atiku
A former President of the United States of America, Bill Clinton, has been scheduled to meet with major contenders in Nigeria's presidential candidates to negotiate a peace deal amidst political mudslinging and tension. Clinton will meet President Muhammadu Buhari, the candidate of the All Progressives Congress, and his main rival, Atiku Abubakar, of the People's…
Lewinsky affair not an abuse of power, says Hillary Clinton
Hillary Clinton has said her husband Bill's affair with former White House intern Monica Lewinsky was not an abuse of power and he was right to not resign from the US presidency in the wake of the scandal.
Once key Clinton questioner, Kavanaugh under cringeworthy scrutiny
Twenty years ago a sitting US president, Bill Clinton, was ordered to answer a series of excruciating questions about his sexual relationship with a 22-year-old intern.