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The Moral Agreement

by Ben Ayuko {Photo courtesy of Tennessee Gov. Bill Lee/Twitter} The Tennessee governor, Bill Lee, has just approved a very interesting bill set to take effect on July 1st, 2024. This bill legislates the approval of the death penalty for any human being convicted of crimes against children, rape especially. This means that any person […]

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Meta CEO’s Apology Echoes Historical CEO Confessions

By Joe Aura In a recent Senate hearing, Meta CEO c found himself in the spotlight as he issued a public apology to families who claimed their children suffered harm due to social media content. The emotional and intense session has drawn comparisons to other historic CEO apologies, such as Bill Clinton’s acknowledgment of the

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Springboks Win Record Fourth Title

[Photo courtesy of Boks rugby] Handre Pollard kicked four penalties as South Africa beat 14-man New Zealand 12-11 in the Rugby World Cup final on Saturday to win a record fourth title. The All blacks pushed the Boks However, the Springboks prevailed by a point to win their third consecutive knockout match in this event,

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STATE OF THE NATION: PROSECUTION OF NIGER’S PRESIDENT

{Photo courtesy of dw.com}   By Samuel Owino   Niger’s junta revealed late Sunday that they will prosecute the toppled president, Mohamed Bazoum for treason and undermining the security of the nation. The new government, through their spokesperson Colonel-Major Amadou Abdramane, said that it had gathered information that it would use to prosecute the ousted

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NIGER COUP: STATE OF THE NATION

{Photo courtesy of France 24}   By Samuel Owino   Niger’s coup leaders have closed the country’s airspace rejecting an ultimatum from the West African trade body, ECOWAS to reinstate the overthrown president Mohamed Bazoum or risk military intervention. In a statement read on national television by the coup spokesperson, Amadou Abdramane, he cited that

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