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6 Dec 2020
President Donald Trump made clear Saturday he had no intention of relinquishing his baseless claims that last month's election was stolen from him, telling a raucous crowd
2 Dec 2020
Mrs. Iyiola Olatokunbo Edun is the administrator of a foremost citadel of learning in Lagos State, Grace Schools. A seasoned administrator, she has been working at the school for 35 years.
25 Nov 2020
US President-elect Joe Biden called for an end to the "grim season of division" in a Thanksgiving Day message on Wednesday. "I believe that this grim season of division, demonization is going to give way to a year of light
25 Nov 2020
President Donald Trump's unprecedented attempt to defy the results of the US election were thrown into fresh disarray Wednesday when he abruptly canceled a trip reportedly meant to showcase his grievances
2 Nov 2020
Like a flicker in the middle of the night, the overwhelming recommendations of Dr. Ngozi Okonjo-Iweala for the Director-General of the World Trade Organisation (WTO), was an event many looked forward to celebrating. Last Wednesday, distraught Nigerians, indeed, rolled out drums to celebrate her victory after she clinched endorsements from 63 per cent members of…
2 Nov 2020
America will decide on November 3 whether to re-elect the 74-year old Republican President, Donald Trump, or to choose 77-year old Democrat, Joe Biden, as its new leader. Both are the oldest ever presidential candidates in the United States (US) history. The choice could not be starker.  A tale of two septuagenarians Trump has ruled…
1 Nov 2020
The race for the White House continues to break new ground and set records in 2020 -- on early voting, ad spending and more. These figures break down the campaign in numbers.
23 Oct 2020
Democrat Joe Biden said Friday that if elected president he would mandate coronavirus vaccines be free for all Americans, part of a national strategy to "get ahead of this virus." "Once we have a safe and effective vaccine, it has to be free to everyone -- whether or not you're insured," Biden said in a…
23 Sep 2020
The FBI and the main US cybersecurity agency warned Tuesday that provocateurs could take advantage of a slow vote count in the November 3 election to spread disinformation aimed at discrediting the results.
4 Sep 2020
Russia is actively trying to undermine voters' faith in the US electoral system and especially in voting by mail ahead of the November 3 election, according to a Department of Homeland Security analysis Thursday.
3 Sep 2020
Facebook says it will ban political advertising the week before the US election, one of its most sweeping moves against disinformation yet as CEO Mark Zuckerberg warned of a "risk of civil unrest" after the vote.
11 Aug 2020
White House hopeful Joe Biden on Tuesday named Kamala Harris, a black US senator from California, as his choice for vice president, capping a months-long search for a Democratic partner to challenge President Donald Trump in November. "I have the great honour to announce that I've picked @KamalaHarris -- a fearless fighter for the little…

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