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UNN Witchcraft's Conference Commences, Witnessed Huge Turnout In Day 1

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The unprecedented academic conference on witchcraft in Africa commenced at the University of Nigeria Nzukka (UNN) yesterday despite all the antagonistic views against it.It will be recalled that the Christian Association Of Nigeria (CAN) and some Islamic groups have called the proposed conference a demonic act that what to turn the side of the country to Satan, but despite this UNN management did not consider it expedient to cancel the witchcraft conference.

At the conference yesterday, there were huge turn out of people that came to enlighten themselves about the modus operandi and things that need to be known about witchcraft in Africa.The conference is expected to continue today.



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Nnamdi KANU visits to anambra state was a huge success.

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Nnamdi KANU visits anambra state today
There was a great rush and tussle as a large amount of individuals filled the road to welcome the leader of the indeginious people of Biafra IPOB mazi nnamdi kanu and his wife as they visited anambra state today.

The loyal members did all manner of things in order to have a glimpse of their leader.nnamdi KANU and his wife today arrived agukwu nri in anambra state and had a close door meeting with the family whom their parents were drowned during the war

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Trump holds first news conference since election

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The last time Donald J. Trump took questions from reporters in a formal news conference, in July, he called on Russia to hack his opponents emails.

As he steps to the microphone in Trump Tower on Wednesday, his inauguration just a week away, the topics at hand are not all that different. Besides the unsubstantiated intelligence report about supposed Russian blackmail, he will most likely be questioned about his opaque and complex finances, his cabinet nominees and his policy agenda for the first days in office.

Here are the highlights:

■ Sean Spicer, the incoming White House press secretary, spoke first to address the publication of the salacious but unverified reports by BuzzFeed on Tuesday. Mr. Spicer called the reports a frankly outrageous and highly irresponsible attack on Mr. Trump. Calling the reports a sad, pathetic attempt to get clicks, Mr. Spicer said they were not an intelligence report and were categorically false.

■ Mr. Spicer also criticized CNN, but that network did not publish the documents and reported only that Mr. Trump had been briefed on them by intelligence officials.

■ Vice President-elect Mike Pence followed Mr. Spicer and amplified his condemnation of news reports by BuzzFeed and other news outlets, which he said were irresponsible and aimed at discrediting Mr. Trumps legitimate election victory.

■ Mr. Trump began by thanking news organizations that did not report what he called the nonsense that was released. He said he has great respect for freedom of the press, and all of that.

■ Mr. Trump said that the document was released by maybe the intelligence agencies, who knows, which would be a tremendous blot on their record.

■ Turning to the work that he said he had been doing during the transition, Mr. Trump said he expected to announce big news in the next few weeks about companies that would build factories in the Midwest.

■ Mr. Trump said he was looking forward to his inauguration. Its going to be a beautiful event, he said. We have great talent, tremendous talent. And, he added, massive crowds as well.

■ Mr. Trump made some news: He said he had asked David J. Shulkin, a current under secretary at the Department of Veterans Affairs, to lead the agency. Mr. Trump said his team had interviewed at least 100 people in the search for a secretary.

■ Mr. Trump said that after his briefing last Friday with American intelligence officials, he indeed thought Russia was behind the effort to hack his opponents. As far as hacking, I think it was Russia, Mr. Trump said.

■ He went on to cast blame on the Democratic National Committee for the hacking. He praised the Republican National Committee for having better defenses and commended Reince Priebus, his incoming chief of staff, who was the committee chairman.

■ Mr. Trump reiterated his description of the report printed by BuzzFeed as fake news, saying he did not think President Vladimir V. Putin had compromising information about him or the Republican Party. Ill be honest, if he did have something, he would have released it, he said.

■ Mr. Trump said he was untroubled by the intelligence reports that said Russia preferred him over Hillary Clinton and that Mr. Putin ordered the hacking during the election to benefit him. If Putin likes Donald Trump, guess what folks: That is called an asset, not a liability, he said. He added that a strong relationship could allow the two nations to work together on difficult international issues.

■ Mr. Trump swatted away allegations included in the uncorroborated opposition research reports about the intelligence the Russians supposedly have on him. He said he instructs aides any time he goes abroad to ensure that there are no cameras spying on him. He also added, apparently referring to a detail in the report about supposed sex videos with prostitutes, Im also very much of a germophobe, believe me.

■ He denied that he has any business dealings in Russia: I tweeted out that I have no dealings with Russia. I have no deals in Russia. I have no deals that could happen in Russia because weve stayed away. And I have no loans with Russia. As a real estate developer, I have very, very little debt.

■ Turning to his businesses, Mr. Trump said he had been offered $2 billion worth of deals in Dubai over the weekend but had turned them down.

■ Asked about his tax returns, Mr. Trump said he was still not releasing them because they are under audit. He said that the American people did not care about the documents anyway. The only ones who cares about my tax returns are the reporters, Mr. Trump said.

■ He said he would not divest from his vast business holdings as he takes office. Instead, the president-elect will turn over the operations and control of those holdings to a trust controlled by his eldest sons, Eric Trump and Donald Trump Jr.

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Anambra state bans the movement of tankers carrying petrol in the day time.

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Following the recent fire incidents in the markets and residential buildings in the Onitsha metropolis of Anambra state which was believed to have been caused by heavy tankers carrying petrol that lost balance on the roads, the executive governor of Anambra state Willie Obiano has taken a measure step towards stopping such incident from occurring by restricting the movement of tankers carrying petrol from Anambra roads in the day time. This was made known to the anambrarians through the governors special assistant on social media Mr Ifeanyi Aniagoh. He stated that heavy tankers carrying petrol are now allowed to only move about in the state from 8pm to 9am effective from November 2.

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