Musk tells G20 forum he has ‘too much work’ since buying Twitter

Musk tells G20 forum he has ‘too much work’ since buying Twitter

Elon Musk says he has “too much work” since taking over Twitter. Musk, who runs four other companies including electric carmaker Tesla, said on Monday he has been working “from morning til night”, seven days a week since purchasing the social media giant for $44bn last month. “I have too much work on my plate…

Biden admin. to transport immigrant children across state lines for abortions

Biden admin. to transport immigrant children across state lines for abortions

The U.S. Department of Health & Human Services instructed the Office of Refugee Resettlement to make all reasonable efforts, including transportation across state lines, to ensure unaccompanied pregnant minors can obtain abortions. In a field guidance memo initially released last month but revised Thursday, the HHS noted that Congress tasked the department with caring for “unaccompanied children…

Islamic Extremists Kill 29 Christians in Mozambique Since September

Islamic Extremists Kill 29 Christians in Mozambique Since September

Islamic extremists in Mozambique have killed more than 21 Christians, raiding house churches, burning homes, and displacing hundreds of others, according to a faith-based aid group. Barnabas Aid reports that Islamic militants have pillaged the Cabo Delgado Province since early September. The Ahlu Sunnah Wa-Jama, known locally as Al Shabaab, but not affiliated with the Somalia-based…

Twitter Will Do Lots Of Dumb Things In Coming Months – Elon Musk

Twitter Will Do Lots Of Dumb Things In Coming Months – Elon Musk

New Twitter owner Elon Musk has warned that the microblogging platform “will do lots of dumb things in coming months”. Musk said this on Wednesday after Twitter stopped a new verification tool hours after its introduction. The social media platform had unveiled its long-awaited Twitter Blue subscription service, which allows users to pay $8 per…

Ghana’s Speaker of Paliament sets 8-member c’ttee to investigate finance minister

Ghana’s Speaker of Paliament sets 8-member c’ttee to investigate finance minister

The Speaker of Parliament Alban Bagbin has set a committee to investigate the allegations made against the Finance Minister Ken Ofori-Atta by the Minority in Parliament for which they filed a motion to get him removed from office. The 8-member committee, co-chaired by Dr Dominic Ayine and KT Hammond, lawmakers for Bolgatanga East and Adansi-Asokwa respectively, has…

Father and son jailed for trafficking six minors  

Father and son jailed for trafficking six minors  

A Circuit Court in Sunyani presided by Justice Sylvester Nii Okai Ablorh, has sentenced a man and his son to five years imprisonment for engaging in child trafficking. The convicts, Forkinya Northa, father and Theophilus Northa, son, trafficked six minors to Yeji Abenwaa, a fishing community along the Volta Lake in the Bono East Region….

Police Parade Man For Setting Five Children Ablaze In Nigeria

Police Parade Man For Setting Five Children Ablaze In Nigeria

The Ondo State Police Command has paraded a 64-year-old man, Joseph Ojo who set his five children ablaze in his residence in the state. Addressing newsmen at the Ondo State Police Command headquarters in Akure, the state capital, the spokesperson for the command, Funmilayo Odunlami said that three of the burnt children died, while the…

‘Number 12’: Supreme Court orders Anas to testify without mask

‘Number 12’: Supreme Court orders Anas to testify without mask

The Supreme Court has quashed an Accra High Court order for investigative journalist, Anas Aremeyaw Anas, to testify in-camera against Kwesi Nyantakyi for his documentary dubbed ‘Number 12’. With this ruling, the ace investigative journalist has to appear in court without his trade mark mask. READ ALSO – 4 Feared Dead, 12 Injured In Nigeria…

4 Feared Dead, 12 Injured In Nigeria Market Explosion

4 Feared Dead, 12 Injured In Nigeria Market Explosion

Four persons have been feared dead following an explosion at the Chemical Market in Onitsha Local Government Area of Anambra State on Tuesday. Twelve persons were also said to have sustained various degrees of injury, with goods and properties worth millions of naira destroyed during the inferno. The explosion occurred at about 12:45 pm, a…