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Sars ban: Nigeria's Buhari pledges 'extensive' police reforms

Nigeria's President Muhammadu Buhari has promised "extensive" reforms amid protests against police brutality.

He also promised justice for victims of police abuse and an investigation into the death of a protester in Oyo state.

Demonstrators have long called for the Special Anti-Robbery Squad (Sars) to be broken up.

But they remain unhappy following Sunday's announcement that officers are being redeployed to other units rather than being disciplined.

In his video address on Monday, President Buhari said disbanding Sars was "only the first step" in a range of reforms, but added that police officers were hard-working, and the reputation of the force should not be tarnished by a "few bad eggs".The disbanding of SARS is only the first step in our commitment to extensive police reforms in order to ensure that the primary duty of the police and other law enforcement agencies remains the protection of lives and livelihood of our people.…

You’re not good in bed – Ex Miss Zimbabwe and husband tell each other

Former Miss Zimbabwe Bongani Dhlakama and her estranged husband Bongani Ndlovu have taken turns to blast each other over their lack of strength in bed.Ndlovu accused his estranged wife who was crowned Miss Zimbabwe in 2012 and held the crown until 2014 when another contest was held, of threatening to kill him and his children.

He also accused her of making threats of poisoning him, hiring thugs to kill and to frame him for assault so that he gets locked up and sexually abused in prison.

The court document read;

    “Respondent and I were customarily married sometime in 2016 and we have one minor child together who is two years old. Prior to my involvement with the respondent, I was married to my ex-wife with whom I had two children, one who is now at university and the other one doing Lower Six. I also have another one who is 13 years old who occasionally visits. Over the past 17 months, my relationship with the respondent has deteriorated to an extent that I can no longer have her under…

Watch: Woman disrupts wedding in Catholic church; claims groom is her husband and they slept together only hours earlier

"Father, hold on" is currently trending in Zambia after a woman disrupted a Catholic church wedding with her children to claim the groom is her husband who slept on the same bed with her the previous night.

The woman says in the now-viral video that there is no issue between her and her husband and they didn't quarrel. She said he left for his secret wedding from their home that morning and she had no idea he was remarrying.

She added that the kids with her are his.
The video begins with a Catholic priest officiating the wedding of a couple when a woman's loud voice causes a distraction.

"Father, hold on," the woman screams as she makes her entrance into the church wearing a face mask with a child strapped to her back.

Despite efforts to hold her back, she pushes her way to the front of the altar and starts explaining to the priest that she and her husband were together in their bed only hours earlier and she's shocked to now see him marrying another woman.


NBA Finals: Los Angeles Lakers beat Miami Heat with LeBron James MVP

Los Angeles Lakers are NBA champions after defeating Miami Heat 106-93 in Game 6 of the NBA finals on Sunday night.

The title is the 17th for the franchise and the fourth for their star player LeBron James. JOB'S FINISHED: YOUR LOS ANGELES LAKERS ARE NBA CHAMPIONS— Los Angeles Lakers (@Lakers) October 12, 2020

“Thank You” – Mali’s Interim President To President Akufo-Addo

Mali’s transitional President, His Excellency Bah N’daw, has thanked the President of the Republic and Chair of the ECOWAS Authority of Heads of State, Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo, for the role he has played so far in helping to resolve the political impasse in Mali.
At a meeting held at the Koulouba Palace, the seat of the Malian Presidency, on Sunday, 11th October 2020, President N’daw applauded the decision taken by President Akufo-Addo to convene a meeting to resolve the deadlock in Mali, immediately after his election as ECOWAS Chair.

According to the Interim Malian President, it is as a result of the proactiveness of President Akufo-Addo and the decisions reached at the ‘Peduase Meeting’ of the ECOWAS Authority that resulted in the appointment of an Interim President, a Vice President and a Prime Minister for Mali.

Following this development, the ECOWAS Authority of Heads of State has also lifted the sanctions imposed on Mali in the aftermath of the military takeover, in order to …