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Black Man Fatally Shot by Police Pulled Vape Device From Pocket, Not Weapon: Officials

The object that a black man pulled from his pant pocket before being fatally shot by police in Southern California Tuesday afternoon was not a deadly weapon -- but a vape smoking device, the El Cajon Police Department said Wednesday evening. The Medical Examiner's Office also identified the man as Alfred Okwera Olango, 38, of El Cajon.

Protests erupted in El Cajon -- located about 16 miles northeast of San Diego -- following the shooting, and continued into Wednesday evening.  

Police initially said Tuesday that it received a 911 call from the man's sister, saying her brother was "not acting like himself." According to the caller, he was walking in traffic, endangering himself and motorists, police said. Two officers located the man, who was described as an African-American in his 30s, behind a restaurant in the city, some 16 miles northeast of San Diego. 
Olango refused multiple instructions to remove his hand from his pocket, which caused one officer to d…

The Iraqi housewife who 'cooked the heads' of ISIS fighters

Shirqat, Iraq (CNN)"Shut up and stay still," the woman in black fatigues and a black headscarf snapped over her shoulder at the armed men behind her as she sat down for an interview. Immediately they went quiet, each adjusting his weapon and standing up straight as if he'd been called to attention. This is a woman who commands respect, I thought. She keeps a Beretta 9-millimeter pistol in a holster under her left arm. The area around the trigger was silver where the paint had worn off. The woman in question, 39-year-old Wahida Mohamed -- better known as Um Hanadi -- leads a force of around 70 men in the area of Shirqat, a town 50 miles (80 kilometers) south of Mosul, Iraq. She and her men, part of a tribal militia, recently helped government forces drive ISIS out of the town. In the man's world that is rural Iraq, female fighters are a rarity.
Um Hanadi is not new to this. "I began fighting the terrorists in 2004, working with Iraqi security forces …

Reps: Clinton aides who got immunity deals directed email scrubbing

The tech specialist who scrubbed Hillary Clinton's email archive and was recently found to have sought help on Reddit for how to hide a certain "VIP's" email address was acting at the behest of Clinton aides Cheryl Mills and IT specialist Bryan Pagliano, a top House Republican charged Wednesday.

"The clincher: just last week, he's going online and trying to delete these Reddit posts,"  Rep. Jim Jordan of Ohio said of Colorado-based tech specialist Paul Combetta, who reached a limited immunity deal with the Justice Department. "He's trying to cover up his tracks, he's trying to cover up the cover up."

After a House Judiciary Committee hearing, Jordan pointed to the FBI's timeline of the investigation released to Congress and to the public online. The FBI records show…

Governors to blame for Nigeria’s lack of savings,’ Ex-President says

Obasanjo made the comments on Tuesday, September 27, during the 2016 World Pension Summit in Abuja.

Former President, Olusegun Obasanjo has said that some of Nigeria’s past governors are to blame for the country’s lack of savings.

According to Obasanjo, the governor’s refused to allow him save excess oil funds during his tenure. The former president made the comments on Tuesday, September 27, during the 2016 World Pension Summit in Abuja. “I remember when I was in government and I told, particularly, the governors, ‘please let us save for the rainy days.’ They said no!” Obasanjo said according to Vanguard. “There was no rain at that time, now that the rain has come; there is nothing we can fall back on to cushion us. “One of the things that makes me very happy in the pension scheme is that in the last five years, when almost everything goes, concerning public funds, pension funds remain sacrosanct. I believe that the pension funds are something we must preserve, no matter what we do…

Police discover fraudsters den in Ogun state

The Ogun State Police Command has uncovered a “fraudsters’ den” at Pokuku Village in the Abeokuta North Local Government Area of the state
According to Punch, the den, which was nicknamed “Pokuku Shrine” was until Wednesday allegedly used by suspected fraudsters to carry out different forms of criminal activities such as fraud, according to the police.

The state Commissioner of Police, Ahmed Ilyasu, on Wednesday said the police raided the shrine after an intelligence report on criminal activities being perpetrated there.
The shrine, which is a two-bedroomed mud house, is located in the remote part of the village. It contained effigies, fake foreign and local currencies and other fetish objects.
Ilyasu said the shrine was raided by the Federal Special Anti-Robbery Squad, and one of the suspected fraudsters who was said to be the ring leader, Haruna Moshood, was arrested, while three other accomplices escaped.
The police boss said many victims had been duped by the fraudsters, …

Federal Government Lists Conditions For Sales Of National Assets

As part of its decision to help Nigeria through the tough economic times, the Federal government has listed some conditions it would consider before it sells some of its assets.

The conditions, include: inserting a repurchasing clause in the assets sales agreements and no outright sale of the yet unnamed assets.

A Presidency source told The Nation: “The Federal Government has no plan to sell off its shares outright in the LNG, where it owns 49% shares. The balance of 51% is owned by private foreign interests.

“The Federal Government doesn’t own the entire gas company and will certainly not sell off its entire shares, but it’s open to the possibility of selling down its 49% ownership by 5% or thereabout.”
On the repurchase clause, he said: “Just as in other potential asset sales, there would be a repurchase option that guarantees the Federal Government’s opportunity to buy back any such assets if circumstances change anytime in the future.

“Some of the intended sales co…

Recession Bites Hard In Niger State As Youths Snatch Food-packs From Primary School Students

Hunger-induced crimes in Minna, Niger State capital have taken a worrying dimension as hungry youths now go about snatching food packs from nursery and primary school children on their way to school, The Guardian reports.
The latest victim, one Fati Sanusi, a four-year-old nursery two pupil of Mega Stars Academy, located in Kpakungu, Minna, alleged that her food pack, prepared by her mother was snatched from her by a youth.
Headmistress of the school, Mrs. Cecilia Bunmi Koseemani, who confirmed the incident exclusively to The Guardian, said that it was difficult to get the little girl to stop crying.
“We had to send for her mother who prevailed on the four-year-old girl before she stopped crying. The mother later rushed back home to prepare Indomie for her instead of the rice meal that was initially snatched from her.” said Mrs Koseemani.

The Headmistress appealed to parents to try and put their little school children in the care of grown up schoolmates, so as to avoid suc…

Malawian girls queue up for sex to survive

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Scores of young Malawian girls have been queuing up to have sex with willing men in exchange for money to fund their survival, Nyasa Times has reported. According to Chimwemwe Kaonga, Youth Commissioner for the National Aids Commission (NAC), unofficial red light streets have popped up within the country's business district of Blantyre, with women queuing for hours to earn a living.
"I did a spot check during one of the evenings in our township. I saw tens and tens of girls, some as young as 12 and 13 years, standing along the streets and drinking joints waiting for men to exchange their bodies with money.
"I was so shocked, this situation is deplorable and unacceptable," said Kaonga.
Some of the girls, many of which whom have been forced into the sex trade by their relatives, are driven by harsh economic conditions.
According to Kaonga, efforts to reduce the spread of HIV within the country had been hampered b…

Nigerian lawmakers to probe 'illegal' MTN transfer of $13.9 bln

Lawmakers in the upper house of Nigeria's parliament agreed on Tuesday to investigate an allegation that MTN illegally transferred $13.92 billion out of the West African country. MTN declined to comment on the decision of the Senate in Nigeria which, with 62 million subscribers, is its biggest market. MTN shares were down by 4.20 percent, at 2.46 pm (3:46 pm Pretoria time), on Tuesday.
The allegation was made in a motion submitted to the upper house by Senator Dino Melaye which said $13.92 billion had been repatriated "illegally" out of Nigeria by MTN through its bankers between 2006 and 2016.
The investigation threatens to raise tensions between Nigeria and the South African firm just three months after MTN agreed to pay a reduced fine of 330 billion naira ($1.05 billion) in a settlement with the Abuja government over unregistered SIM cards.

The move comes as Nigeria, Africa's biggest economy, is in recession for the first time in more than 20 years.

NLC mobilises for nationwide protest - Sale of national assets:

ABUJA—Organised labour, yesterday, said it was mobilising to confront the Federal Government over its decision to sell some national assets which had before now sustained the nation’s economy.

Organised Labour’s declaration came on a day the National Union of Textile, Garment and Tailoring Workers of Nigeria, NUTGTWN, cautioned President Muhammadu Buhari against planned sale of the assets. Addressing journalists in Abuja, president of Nigeria Labour Congress, NLC, Comrade Ayuba Wabba, described the proposed decision of the government to dispose of the national assets as reckless auctioning of the nation’s commonwealth to a coterie of capitalists and government’s close associates. Wabba, who also inaugurated a committee, alongside the Academic Staff Union Of Universities, ASUU, to engage the Federal Government on the issue, said if the dialogue with the government to stop the sale of national assets failed, it would mobilise its members across the country to embark on a nationwide prot…

Forex shortage pushes naira to 445/dollar

The naira tumbled to 445 against the United States dollar at the parallel market on Monday, down from the 440 recorded on Sunday.
The chronic dollar shortage hitting the economy took a new twist last Wednesday with the local currency dropping to 428 to the dollar after trading around 424 for several weeks.
The naira lost 0.05 per cent of its value between last Wednesday and Monday, an equivalent of N21 in less than a week.
Economic and currency analysts link the latest decline in the value of the local currency against the greenback to activities of currency speculators and an increasing dollar demand amid decline in forex supply.

US election: Heated debate in Clinton-Trump duel

The two US presidential candidates have clashed over jobs, terrorism and race in a bitter television debate. The attacks turned personal as Republican Donald Trump accused his rival Hillary Clinton of not having the right temperament to be president.
Meanwhile, Mrs Clinton baited Mr Trump by pointing out that he refuses to release his tax returns.
The New York showdown could be the most watched debate in TV history, with up to 100 million viewers.

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Hours before the programme, polls suggested the candidates were locked in a dead heat, adding to the tension between the rivals on stage throughout the debate.
"I have a feeling that by the end of this evening, I'm going to be blamed for everything that's ever happened," Mrs Clinton quipped when prompted to respond after one of Mr Trump's attacks.
"Why not?" Mr Trump interrupted.
"Yeah, why not," she answered. "You know, just join the debate by saying more crazy thi…

Dangote's Billionaire’s refinery will help Nigeria save $5b - Alake

The Chief Operating Officer of Dangote Industries Limited, Mr Olakunle Alake has hinted that its refinery will help Nigeria save $5b from crude oil importation. Alake also added that the project will create 300,000 direct jobs when it is fully completed. According to Alake, the $17b refinery will be producing 650,000 barrels of crude a day, adding that the price of fuel will be forced to go down when it comes on stream. He said “The refinery and fertiliser projects will create job opportunities for the communities and Nigerians when it becomes operational. “The refinery will have a refining capacity of about 650,000 barrels of crude a day. “By the time we finish our gas pipeline it will be able to generate about 12,000mw which can be exported to other African countries. “We will have the capacity to store four billion litres of products and load 2,680 trucks per day. “The project will aid the country with about 7.5 billion dollars forex savings on importation. “It will also generat…

Patoranking, Diamond & Yemi Alade headline MAMA 2016 performers

Nigerian dancehall talent Patoranking has been listed alongside Diamond, Emtee and Kwesta to join a star studded line-up which includes Alikiba, Babes Wodumo, Cassper Nyovest, Nasty C, Ycee and Yemi Alade earlier named to thrill the watching crowd at the MTV Africa Music Awards set to be staged in Johannesburg on the 22nd of next month.
The music awards which will celebrate African talent across 18 award categories, including Best Male, Best Female, Listener’s Choice and Best Group is sponsored by Jo’burg Tourism in partnership with Absolut Vodka and Google and in association with MTN and DStv.

Last year’s Best New Act winner Patoranking is again in contention for the 2016 awards – nominated this year for Best Male, where he goes head-to-head against last year’s winner, Tanzanian Bongo Flava star, Diamond. Patoranking also scored a second nomination in the 2016 awards for Best Collaboration for “No Kissing” feat. Sarkodie.
After a standout year, Emtee received his first…

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