David Cameron makes last address to Parliament as Prime Minister, hands over to Theresa May

David Cameron entertained parliament with a series of farewell quips on Wednesday in his last appearance as prime minister before making way for Theresa May to lead the monumental task of extricating Britain from the European Union. “This morning I had meetings with ministerial colleagues and others. Other than one meeting this afternoon with Her… Read More David Cameron makes last address to Parliament as Prime Minister, hands over to Theresa May

Edo Court sentences 40-year-old man to 18 months imprisonment for theft of stabilizee

An Evboriaria Magistrates’ Court in Benin, Edo State on Wednesday sentenced 40-year-old Blessing Obazuwa to 18 months imprisonment for stealing a 500 KVA stabilizer. The Magistrate, Mrs Esther Aimofumhe, who frowned at the accused person’s previous conviction record (he had served a two-year jail terms previously), without repentance, said it was obvious that the convict… Read More Edo Court sentences 40-year-old man to 18 months imprisonment for theft of stabilizee

Arrests of four in South Africa foil attack plots on U.S. Embassy and Jewish settlements

South African twins arrested over the weekend were planning attacks on the U.S. Embassy in the capital, Pretoria, as well as on buildings owned by Jewish people, police said on Monday. Four South Africans, including the twins, Brandon-Lee and Tony-Lee Thulsie, faced charges in court ranging from conspiracy to firearms offences, the spokesman for the… Read More Arrests of four in South Africa foil attack plots on U.S. Embassy and Jewish settlements