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Nigeria kidnappings: What is Boko Haram?

Monocle 24: The Foreign Desk

05:03 min | Last month

Nigeria kidnappings: What is Boko Haram?

"In almost any country the armed abduction of a single child from its school would be a huge story a crime as rare as it is cruel in nigeria. In recent years the armed kidnapping of entire classrooms has become wretchedly commonplace and recent weeks have seen a further significant uptick of kidnap raids own schools by motorcycle mountain bandits. Dozens of children and several teachers have been taken. Some returned some not the tactic of large-scale school abductions was made infamous by boko haram the islamist militia. Which has spent much of this century menacing northeast. Nigeria in two thousand and fourteen boko haram generated global headlines with the kidnapping of two hundred and seventy six schoolgirls in tabuk in bona state. Many are still missing. It is not clear if any direct role boko haram has played in these most recent kidnappings. It is clear that nigeria has a serious problem. But how does nigeria solve it. Is this crime or terrorism over both and is the remedy policing or counter insurgency. This is the foreign desk. But now they've realized that kidnapping children it's more lucrative. That's literally what this is about. Just where does the money comes from. It really shows you how desperate nigerians have become just to make money the economy ever. Since buhari came into power. It's really gone. Downhill and people are taking desperate measures to make ends meet in fact in the northwest especially. Now it's extremely concerning as the groups have multiplied in terms of numbers. They've grown in terms of strength that mean the jihadist groups are trying to make inroads so we could have a more difficult situation in the northwest. But that doesn't seem to be many a sense of urgency about dealing with these. There is a certain amount of violence. That's involved here. It's it's a form of war not not peacekeeping but that violence has to be located in a broader political strategy of achieving reconciliation. And unless you have that strategy in place more violence almost always just makes things worse rather than better and welcome to the foreign desk. I'm andrew miller on join first of all from a by the journalist chico oduor who has followed the story of nigeria's kidnappings since the boko haram raid on jabbar festival out into this program. Is this spate of attacks on schools. There has been in the last few days in wake some lodge some small some successful some not. In the general scheme of things how common have attacks on schools like this. Become in nigeria. They've become shockingly common to be honest. it's almost at the point. where were the nigerian. Public is feeling fatigue. And that's really scary. Because dis should be front burning stories but sometimes you get people not even wanting to even know the details because we've heard this before so the attack that happened. This past monday was actually the fourth that happened since december and then last year there are several attacks and what we're seeing of course is that these attackers are no longer really affiliated with the boko haram islamist movement. It's now just bandits. Criminals are looking for money and this has become a very very lucrative business. To be honest money is being funneled to rescue these hostages. And that's what's keeping this thing going. I mean from between june. Two thousand eleven march last year at least eighteen million dollars was paid to kidnappers as ransom. So for example in kara with three hundred. Schoolboys kidnapped this past december. We learned that some of the parents started to negotiate with the kidnappers. The boys when they were abducted and taken to the forest of northern nigeria. That's cat seen a state in the northeast. So the kidnapped boys. They started to make contact with their parents. You know with their cell phones and so they're talking to their parents and they're saying bring this amount of money in order for us to be freed so the parents started trying to find ways to do that dropping bags off here and there at designated points so in that case we did see parents collecting money fundraising amongst themselves. Also we're seeing professional gauche kind of coming to the fore and this especially we see with boko haram related kidnappings. So that's how we're saying that we're seeing this in the form of the parents themselves. So it was so desperate raising money for their children and also professional shooters because this is a huge market business. That has come forth

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279 schoolgirls released 4 days after mass-abduction in Nigeria

BBC World Service

00:51 sec | Last month

279 schoolgirls released 4 days after mass-abduction in Nigeria

"Schoolgirls abducted by gunmen last week from their school in northwest Nigeria have been released. Zamfara State governor said none have been left behind his own. Nigeria correspondent Miami Jones, the parents of the school girls from the town, off junkie be in northwestern Nigeria are waking up to the news. They've been praying for a weekend. Their daughters are now free. Children are currently with the governor off Zamfara State for debrief pictures posted on his social media profile shows the girls finding into a building wearing cream colored veils. The governor didn't know his pain for their release. But on Friday, President Muhammadu Buhari admitted state governments had paid kidnappers in the past. Their fears. This type of abductions are on the increase. This is the second mass kidnapping of school Children in the region in just two months.

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"buhari" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

04:08 min | 6 months ago

"buhari" Discussed on KQED Radio

"It had to do with the fact that Spain really was the center of most of the news reports and most of the journalism at the time. Where the foolish when Spain was not. It was a non combatant in World War one. So unlike all the other places where the Spanish flu was taking place, including the United States, that was censorship, and they didn't want reports of people. You know all that all 10 people suddenly dying of mysterious courses, so that was all censored. Spain was the one place where it wasn't spent sense as very sensitive. Everyone thought, my God, this stuff is all happening in Spain. It's the Spanish flu. I thought I would ask you Also I mentioned before we went to that last break about Nigeria because there's not enough focus on what's been going on there, and a lot has been going on there and I wanted to get your take. President Buhari has had essentially a number of protesters shot and killed by soldiers. The stars with a special anti robbery squad, which has been condemned by Amnesty International. For torture and killings has been running pretty rampant and just Friday in Lagos, the state government announced some prosecutions in over the weekend. They're talking about well looking into unrest or doing something. Is there going to be any positive movement? You think of that country. Look, I think it's it's certainly positive movement. How larger it will be in her elastic It will be is the question, but I think it's a wonderful point to raise Michael because it reminds us how connected we are. I think that a lot of what is happening in Nigeria. Is a result of the black lives matter, Protests and some of the associate producer around police brutality. So what? What is happening in Nigeria? For those who don't know is that you have this squad called stars, the special anti robbery squad that had that runs rampant, highly corrupt, very abusive. Off base no attention to human rights when it prosecuted when it goes after people and Nigerians, I believe barred inspired by what has been happening in America have started to post videos. YouTube videos on There's this huge national movement that is called and President Buhari has not promised. To disband the squad. But they're now asking for more than we're asking for, you know, justice and what kind of uncovering of what happened. I think one of the dangers of off Coben and the pandemic is that governments have taken on a lot of power. And it's important for citizens whether it is in America or in Nigeria or in the India to recognize that this is a great danger. You could have the consolidation of greater and greater police powers under the guise of fighting a pandemic under the guise of needing to your maintain order, And so this is a very heartening development. Nigerian politics is such that You know, I'm not. I'm not going to make any bets that this is going to last or is going to be deep and lasting. But you know, watching it with a lot of hope. You have help when it comes to well, Sudan now, along with the Arab Emirates and Bahrain, actually normalizing relations with Israel. Yeah. You know, I think this is one area where you have to give trump credit for being kind of counter conventional in the way he thinks about things I've been writing for some years. Now that one of the mistakes we make about the Middle East is we think that the Palestinian problem is at the heart of the Middle East. But one of the things that I came to realize really after 9 11 Was that that wasn't true. For most of the Middle East that the Middle East was consumed by completely different off rages on the main one was the divide between the Sunnis and the Shia this great sectarian divide in Islam. Which which also maps onto the division between the Christians who are mostly sheer and the Arabs who are mostly certain and that that was the great divide in the Arab world. In a way what Trump did you see, he said, Okay, that's true. That you can. You can see that Israel has more in common with the moderate Sunni states, the Gulf state, Saudi Arabia, Kuwait, the United out of ever inspired by real, then it does with Egypt in Iraq and such, and so because all those countries.

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Dozens killed in violent crackdown on Nigeria protests against police brutality

News, Traffic and Weather

00:19 sec | 6 months ago

Dozens killed in violent crackdown on Nigeria protests against police brutality

"In Nigeria. The's are your world headlines from ABC News President Buhari says dozens of people have been killed in Nigeria as protests against police brutality have rocked the nation, the casualties on mostly civilians but includes some police officers and soldiers, protest groups and now advising people to stay at home and observe local curfews. Polish

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Thousands Protest Police Brutality in Nigeria

Hidden Brain

00:58 sec | 6 months ago

Thousands Protest Police Brutality in Nigeria

"For nationwide protests to end as NPR's ater parole to reports Thousands have been demonstrating for more than a week to protest police brutality at the protests. Young people have told stories about how officers from Nigeria Special anti robbery squad often demanded bribes. Father, friends and family have been beaten and shot for refusing to pay. President Muhammadu Buhari has announced that he would disband the unit, but the protesters say they want more justice and an end to corruption. After meeting with the president, the president of Nigeria Senate, Achmed Lowen, said the government had accepted the demands of protesters. So there was no reason for them to stay on the streets. Time has come. Stop. Countriesmilitary has also issued similar warnings, but protest organizers say they plan a vigil in Lagos tonight later brought up NPR news Nairobi Negotiators for

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A Conversation on Nigeria's uprising

The Economist: The Intelligence

05:46 min | 6 months ago

A Conversation on Nigeria's uprising

"A video of a man apparently being killed by police goes viral. Protests breakout grow, and spread even internationally. Calls for police reform get better and louder. The police react violently protesters are killed. Off It's too familiar story and this time it's happening across. Nigeria. The focus of the protesters fury, it's a group called the specialist Anti Robbery, squad, or SARS secretive outfit with a long-running reputation for brutality. Stop Stop. Stop killing. It seems clear that Nigeria's people have had enough. President Muhammadu Buhari has already made concessions, but the protest mood hints discontent that stretches far beyond police reform. These have been completely widespread protests taking place in most of the major cities, not least in Lagos, which is the main commercial hub Buju, which is the capital. Jonathan. Rosenthal. Is The economists Africa editor. It is the biggest rising in. Nigeria in a in a very long time. So it seems there was a lot of pent up frustration before this about the police the really has been an and frankly this goes back a very long way that the protests of Tatton's really deep well of anger against the police and in particular against the special entry robbery squad, which was set up in the one thousand, nine, hundred, ninety s many's tackle violent crime in logos. And this has been a particular target because of its brutality people have seen as sort of absolutely faceless and an accountable. Amnesty International looked into it and they found that just in the period between January two, thousand, seventeen may two, thousand and twenty. They found more than eighty cases of abuse torture extra-judicial killings and found that they've been absolutely no accountability no attempts by the Nigerian police force to police itself, and so how has the government responded to all these protests? What you've seen as really two faces of response on the one hand you've had. Quite a violent response by the police of police have fired into protests. We believe the two people have been killed by the police that there will serve reports of police using water cannon, tear gas being protesters, and the like, and the very same time this has been happening. You've had the government's trying to come down almost the side of protest saying that they would dismantle police unit that they would redeploy the offices elsewhere and prison Bahari has has spoken to. This is just one step in our immune. To excessive. Loser. In order not sure that the parameter duty of the police and I look for some agencies. remains. The section of lives and loudly hoods up people. Let's there will be investigations civil society and Human Rights will be involved in this to cry up to bring accountability bring greater oversized to policing in Nigeria, and that seems to be giving the protesters what it is we're looking for. It is a first step of what the protesters want. The they've been I is quite skeptical of the school. There is a very, very long history of. Police violence and police abuse many years people in Nigeria would call special police, units, kill and. Previous protests have been match with with previous promises to reform units and to bring in more accountability. So I think there's a lot of skepticism by protesters about whether the government will follow through. That south has. Has. been dissolved different words to need disbanded and dissolved this year we're not funding for the same lies. Okay. The second issue is that they are are concerned about. The much broader issue of pleasing injustice and rule of law than just this special anti-robbery squad. There are calls for Vesa Training for police officers, much better judicial oversight, and frankly also just better pay better training and more effective policing. In that regard, it seems to be a real echo of what we've seen in America and elsewhere in the world this year. It really has. So when process brockhouse initially in the United States on black lives massive movement, there was a lot of empathy and sympathy within Africa broadly, and one saw both ordinary people and leaders of States speaking out on this issue, the year twenty twenty remembered for the massive groundswell to push back. The frontiers of racism. Under the umbrella. Hashtag black lives matter movement. As a country that has known to well the and wish of institutionalized racism. So Africa supports the demands. Quickly in Africa in the sense that. A lot of civil society groups and just ordinary folk in Africa would see their leaders condemning what is happening in the US and yet. Overseeing police, sources that we're frankly as as violence and dangerous at her across many parts of Africa. There's really been this upwards of support Nachos for black lives matter but turning into into anger at their locally sing. Of course, the SMI- Jaren issues has also taken off. Nigeria has a very large, very, very active, very vocal diasporas. We've seen protests taking place else when that's been brought in some international stars cut each on up a John Vega have been speaking on this issue.

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3 charged in massive Twitter hack, Bitcoin scam

AP News Radio

00:56 sec | 9 months ago

3 charged in massive Twitter hack, Bitcoin scam

"Three people have been arrested in a hacked into Buhari's one of the world's top tech companies Florida man check tech moguls check celebrities check bitcoin and a seventeen year old hacker check a British man and the man in Orlando Florida face federal charges while seventeen year old Tampa resident Graeme Clark will be tried in state court on charges from the July fifteenth pack investigators say Twitter workers were trek through their phones into leading in the hackers the hackers then sent out a bogus tweets from the accounts of Barack Obama Joe Biden Mike Bloomberg and tech billionaires Jeff Bezos Bill Gates and Ilan mosque celebrities Kanye west and his wife Kim Kardashian west offering their followers two thousand dollars for every one thousand sent to an anonymous bitcoin account collecting more than one hundred thousand dollars in the scam I'm timid wire

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3 charged in massive Twitter hack, Bitcoin scam

AP News Radio

00:56 sec | 9 months ago

3 charged in massive Twitter hack, Bitcoin scam

"Three people have been arrested in a hacked into Buhari's one of the world's top tech companies Florida man check tech moguls check celebrities check bitcoin and a seventeen year old hacker check a British man and the man in Orlando Florida face federal charges while seventeen year old Tampa resident Graeme Clark will be tried in state court on charges from the July fifteenth pack investigators say Twitter workers were trek through their phones into leading in the hackers the hackers then sent out a bogus tweets from the accounts of Barack Obama Joe Biden Mike Bloomberg and tech billionaires Jeff Bezos Bill Gates and Ilan mosque celebrities Kanye west and his wife Kim Kardashian west offering their followers two thousand dollars for every one thousand sent to an anonymous bitcoin account collecting more than one hundred thousand dollars in the scam I'm timid wire

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"buhari" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

06:36 min | 11 months ago

"buhari" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"The masters PGA U. S. open and eight in Buhari's themselves even really good golfers they get stuck in one of those sand traps which you know gosh take me like four days just to dig out of one of those suckers but I always enjoy watching watching play over the pond I only like the British open as well I guess now they call it the battle called the British open but none the less I always like that one because you can get up to like five o'clock in the morning and they're starting to play the key part of the final round no no doubt I enjoy that as well lots going on of course in the world of sports and lots of things going on outside the world sports we're gonna stick to sports as we close out the week here cash Major League Baseball I'm just I'm just beside myself that they can't get this thing right but why I expect Manafort to step in some of the teams and the because I know you do the writing there for gaming today that you were prognosticating to be contenders and a hundred and sixty two game season or those still some of the teams that will be say if it's a sixteen game season or these are they still gonna be teams that you have there or were those teams that you had maybe more complete teams to where you know the depth and you know the long season that that that's why they were up there are you know as far as being potential favorites to win their division to make the playoffs are there some that maybe you know a short season it's going to help out you know maybe teams that wouldn't have an opportunity to make the post season maybe they can make a sprint and and and get the the the post season baseball in that you know through a long season they probably would have had that shot because their arms probably would have been taxed as far as the starting pitchers well to be honest I really can't comment on that because I don't know what the schedule is going to be like once we know who's really playing home and now they're going to do it now we do know that basically they've agreed that it's going to be three ten team division east east central central west went what the aha how many users are going to be an hour they're going to play those games will be played at neutral sites will they be played at home and roll which seems to be the more likely scenario everything you know being a being the same I can say that for example a team like the Yankees he's very much helped now they were clearly favored to win the American League in right up there with the Dodgers to win it all but remember they were going to start the season without Aaron judge and without James Paxton both of whom are likely to be ready once the season gets underway assuming it's on the way let's say mid to late July so there's going to be a team that's going to be helped they're going to be other teams also that might have some players who wouldn't want to miss brown for the first half of the season now able to play not certain about that but I think the more important thing is let's see how the schedule of breaks out because you know we don't know how many games are going to be and how they're going to play you know like the talk was that they were just going to play the games within your ten team division so if you play what you have to play the energy to in order to be fair you have to play eighteen thirty six seventy two or ninety so that he would play each of the other nine times into each of the other nineteen either two four six or eight so then you would have let's say if you play them eight times which would be I think what a ninety game schedule that you have and we would have a perfect and for on the road I think this is the way it would work out let it and then again would it be true home field or would be neutral site with home field rules they're talking about double headers and hopefully they don't take the minor league approach to double letters where you play two seven inning games instead of two nine inning games so there's so much to be determined the strong teams are still going to be strong but again in a seventy game season or an eighty game season that's a lot different than a hundred and forty to one hundred and sixty two game schedule and I think they should mention as a number of times go back and take a look at the Washington nationals last year I think they were something like nineteen thirty one after fifty games and they ended up winning the World Series so anything you know it is bill shorten schedule random the results can be which means that it may be possible to find some bargains in the betting markets the proposal that I heard I think today as well is that they're going to have eight teams in each league make the playoffs instead of the five teams that you had in the past you know the three division winners in the two wild card so eight out of why is it eight and B. eight out of each week or made out of these divisions are quite sure how they were going to do it I may need to check on that but nonetheless want until we know how it's going to play out it's really hard to zero in on any team that you're looking to back it's gonna be interesting to see how they come up with enough games to make it more than just a small sample size some of the teams that you know if you're looking at a sixty to seventy game schedule somewhere in that vicinity I mean I I travel back and forth to the Phoenix all the time and one of the teams that I hear a lot about of course of the Arizona Diamondbacks and lot of people gotta remember Madison Bumgarner is there now with Robbie ray that's a pretty good one to ten Mike Leake is in their Zac Gallen Meryl Kelly so it's a pretty good staff some youth there but bringing over Bumgarner that's huge in the line ups pretty good as well with you know Calhoun Peralta Jake lamb they they've got some players there I like this Arizona team they certainly would do and I have a look at lately but I would think that they would be the second favorite behind the Dodgers high into the net it it well it it would if it were a five team nationally west that would be I think they would still probably be you probably have Houston which would be if you have the email with the mentality that Houston out there right up there with the Dodgers maybe a little bit back now of course we all know about the cheating scandal but I felt that the more important thing about the show there's no more Gerrit Cole yes that's a good call and of course the Yankees beneficiaries there Dodgers still team to beat in the National League when you look at it add the season gone down the way it was supposed to with Peter St Muncie Turner Bellinger Seager I mean what a ridiculous line okay happen worse yeah no doubt that's right that's coming over that is huge as well and then Buehler Kershaw my aid areas.

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"buhari" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

02:05 min | 11 months ago

"buhari" Discussed on KTOK

"Interactions with the public every yes three hundred seventy five million interactions overwhelmingly positive responses overwhelmingly positive responses what I read in the papers all week we all read the papers that in the black community all this all worried about their children getting home from school without being killed by a cop what are we living in that doesn't happen it does not happen I am not Derek shipboard they are not giving he killed someone we didn't we all restraint and you know what I'm saying they stole the cops yeah because you know what everybody's trying to shame us the legislative the price everybody's trying to shame us if the being of Buhari's about our profession well you know what this is it staying by someone in Minneapolis it's still gonna shine on it and so to dance so do their stop treating us like animals and balls and start treating us with some respect that's what we're here today to say we've been left out of the conversation we've been vilified it's disgusting it's disgusting trying to make as a barrister by profession three hundred seventy five million interactions well mainly the positive nobody talks about all the police officers that were killed in the last week in the United States of America and there were a number of them all legislators abandoned us the price is vilifying us well you know what kind I'm not going to continue to be proud to be a cop until the day I retire and that's all I.

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"buhari" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

106.1 FM WTKK

04:32 min | 11 months ago

"buhari" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

"Buhari's him but told Tom in the old American guest host he's gonna be ahead for tomorrow's show rush is going to come back later in the week as I said yesterday he's been giving listeners more details about his medical condition then I think I'd be comfortable doing but I do understand that so the last few days have gone well and he's resting up and he's gonna be back on the ad just vote way you like it and he will have plenty to say about what's being done on these last few days I always for me almost every issue becomes a freedom of speech issue because when a shrinking shrinking shrinking shrinking the parameters of what it is that's acceptable to say in ways that I think even seriously ideological totalitarian societies would have a problem with it by the way if you're one of these left it I always say this I love to hear from the left wing guys if you on the side of what's happening on the street if you on the side of the council culture do come on and make a case I'd love to have it one eight hundred two eight two two eight eight two James woods they act up and as energetic tweeter James woods was saying in the early hours of this morning that his Twitter account had been taken down because he'd been posting the names all those police officers killed in the line of duty so far this year I believe this ninety six of them around the country and I'm not sure that that's not a a contentious issue isn't that you might think it's disrespectful to the memory of George Floyd for this guy over him on Twitter to be mentioning other people who are dead but is it a reason to be banned is that is that the sign of a normal healthy society with a generous culture free speech because it's not his and allow this guy he's another Hollywood guy Terry crews and unlike James woods he's black he's the host of America's got talent and he's an actor who's in a show called Brooklyn at nineteen nine and he tweeted this on Sunday defeating white supremacy without white people creates black supremacy equality is the truth like it or not we are all in this together so he wants to say how's this for real hate speech he believes any quality he's got the old Benetton ad thing they I'd like to teach the world to sing thing going on where he wants us all to live together in perfect harmony black and white and yellow and red done brown older races living in a great harmonious rainbow and that's hate speech now so then he said like it or not we are role in this together equality is the truth Terry crews that were calls that cancel him getting booted off of America's got talent and booted off of Brooklyn ninety nine and to be driven out of show business for good for saying that like it or not we are all in this together we got to draw the line at that kind of hate speech Arizona State University I have this lady in mind to take over as dean of the Walter Cronkite school of journalism and chief executive officer all of Arizona PBS she's had the offer revoked because she tweeted that she supports good police officers and and now people are saying that that's kind of that kind of talk is completely unacceptable so he's she's gonna go I'm the editor of bona petite you know that the gourmet food magazine you buy it big glossy magazine from Conde Nast the the people who do vogue and Vanity famine all that they do bona petite so you don't have to retool this of all the food like cheese burgers you can dine like a Frenchman without all the fabulous recipes I got in that school bona petite they found some treat this guy had done I think in the year twenty thirteen and because of that tree he's now out of a job and people are saying he's he didn't enough soul food and Bon Appetit he sounds like a parody ads.

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Africa deaths above 1,000, including Nigerian chief of staff

BBC World Service

00:47 sec | 1 year ago

Africa deaths above 1,000, including Nigerian chief of staff

"The Nigerian president's chief of staff Andy Kennedy has died after contracting the coronavirus was Kerry was in his seventies he tested positive for cave eight nineteen in March and been receiving treatment Nigeria has nearly five hundred confirmed cases of the corona virus seventeen people have died it's actually reports from Abuja the let chief of staff to the Nigerian president most about Carrie was given to the most powerful presentation eight in Nigeria he was instrumental in running the affairs of the country initial press statement in the early hours of Saturday the Nigerian presidency says it regrets to announce the death of Mister Carey the statement says he died on Friday it's not clear whether he had underlying health conditions president Muhammadu Buhari had tested negative to coronavirus despite his closeness to his chief

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NFL players approve new CBA, runs through 2030

SportsCenter All Night

04:46 min | 1 year ago

NFL players approve new CBA, runs through 2030

"Radio one big measure that allows the NFL to move forward with business as usual is the approval of the new CBA time for straight talk brought to you by straight talk wireless players this weekend voting in favor of the new collective bargaining agreement which means there will be labor peace for the next decade it also means that we will see a seventeen game scheduled as early as twenty twenty one the vote was close closer than many had expected ESPN analyst Damien woody clearly there's a lot of work going on as far as it relates to this new CBA deal you're talking about a difference with two thousand roughly two thousand please holding only fifty votes sixty votes were the difference on what this new CBA passing another narrative was you had the big money players you know saying no and rank and file is going to be it's going to follow through but that wasn't the case that was clearly not the case but it's both clearly there was a lot of racquetball player they did not agree with that with this new CBA also the union has some work to do CDA passes this weekend but as you heard passed by a margin of just sixty votes ESPN front office insider Louis Riddick yeah it's one of the situations where obviously you can you can tell that there's a lot of the desert there's a lot of uncertainty when you have the you know a boat that was separated by less than a hundred boats as far as accepting this new deal not accepting his new deal obviously there were people not just the top one percent of your top five percent with the rank and file as well that we're not comfortable with this you're talking about making deals like this but I understand that was part of the rank and file one point time and understand what our media hundred thousand dollar increase would mean but I you know I also believe that you know there really wasn't a chance of there being a work stoppage in twenty twenty they're gonna play games this year regardless and I think you know having been on the front office side of things and I've been around contract negotiators for the better part of the past two years of my post playing career twenty two years my post playing career when you have leverage you have time on your side the smart ones are the ones who try to lock you into long term deals early and entice you with cash flow immediately because they know they're going to make it back on the on the on the backside they're gonna make out it sounds like that's exactly what the owners got the players to do and I think once you start breaking it down and talking to people who really understand how CBA negotiations once before but the revenue sharing split actually really is and how revenue is going to explode once now owner start negotiating TV deals your movie centered on some one time prior to the two thousand eleven CBA that we were basically net net fifty fifty partners in now we're forty seven percent partners and we're going to forty eight point five percent part how did that were not actually fifty fifty partners anymore when we basically are the capital where the human capital and tried the game and we signed a deal that with the Europe tour early and we didn't have really any reason to do so because they were going to stop us from playing really this year anyway so there's a lot of questions I'm sure and that that right there it looked like it in the wake of both played itself out we really didn't get into this look man I mean I'm I'm I'm happy that he won because football is my life and that's you know I everything I have I owe to playing the game at the highest level inflated manifold the deal making deal making and owners are very good deal making I think they showed once again you're talking about the vote we have a lot of social reaction the Twitter reaction early on on the show in the ravens Marlon Humphrey tweeted that five hundred players didn't vote on the CVA we have the numbers last that's about right what do you say to that that's ridiculous man knocking Buhari's thing it's American will know what happens when you know you get into a situation involved voting and then you just don't even participate but then you're one of the people were complaining about how many things turn out if it doesn't turn out the word benefits you will you have no right to say anything that is one of the most important things outside of obviously what is going on a global basis right now which believe me I've gotten my attention and everyone else is but as far as your profession is concerned what is more important now than a ball players and his cast your vote one way or another educate yourself about how this new CD is going to affect you tell me five hundred plus people dissent I'm either on vacation I don't have time but you know I don't like don't we are you kidding me that's amazing to me that that the medically non participants when it when it comes to a democratic partisan voting there's just no excuse for his non otherwise don't don't say a word please don't say a word whether or not this is good or bad you don't they work if you have no you have no voice anymore you just elect not to participate that's very very disappointed new CDA passing by sixty votes with five hundred members

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"buhari" Discussed on 1075 KZL

1075 KZL

02:35 min | 1 year ago

"buhari" Discussed on 1075 KZL

"Time yeah that's what I did I was like I showed that stupidity it was it was again not paying attention as I object here as it is honest to god who you are yeah the court because here's what will happen with Jared we will be setting a used to be resisted a lot closer now we sit back to back and so I can't tell anything he's doing and I will hear like if I'm feeling something out online or checking email I am reading it and following the instructions Jared who has the same men will say what we do yeah days the email from like as someone else to fill in the form a lot of guys will jump they don't don't want directions I'm with the quick guide every every way too and I skipped out in the quick guide I I want this to be the short version two of my figure it out myself I do it yes that you're more cap where trial and error so he's a walking embarrassment right yes yeah like I know what I want but then it's like I was like oh I didn't read it at all and I got it rejected that's only every check to the whole thing got rejected taught you a lesson I mean as a paper ballot how look next time do you think the paper ballots had something to do with the up roar of the misc vote missed counted the vote last time at all I mean because it did we voted last time at the same place for me yeah electronically I don't know maybe has a weird that seem lower paper one to me was more shady yeah because I like it could be to change some orders them away well because I am a man they say the power is not in it and who you vote for two that is not the individual voters who counts the votes on the moon all right now but it was a bears you know everyone's looking at you and voting is serious I mean it's serious and it's a patriotic thing whether who no matter what you do and then I was like this is too stupid about the direction and verification I got me an embarrassing that would be embarrassing and what it was very embarrassing I was a little embarrassed is doing because I was a little like his awkward everybody's looking at you and I'm like that so when I put my things he was like did you I'm thank you and well don't get too high on your high horse there yes a statement I heard you were embarrassed yesterday for a much different reason the difference is yes you're right the differences I did in Buhari's myself like you did I heard as a family member if you how do you know someone that was there to us that me attacks like you.

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Baba Go Slow: Nigerias President gets another term

The Economist: The Intelligence

05:50 min | 2 years ago

Baba Go Slow: Nigerias President gets another term

"Today Nigerian president Muhammadu, Buhari begins his second term, the former military ruler whose first elected head of state in twenty fifteen. Notes. The change was slew to arrive and at times for the worse. His economic policies turned dropping oil prices into a recession Nigerians are poorer today than they were for years ago in spite of his tongue popularity Mr. Bahari beat businessmen at secret Rebecca in this year's presidential race. Will wreck right? Voting as in. And will continue to improve the situation. Date and fighting corruption. Thank you very much. Turnout was low and the election was marred by violence and by vote by as Mr. Bahari embarks on a new term in office really manage to improve on the first and lose the nickname earned him off to Muhammadu Buhari was sworn in, in two thousand and fifteen not Sharon started calling him baba go slow and the reason they did that was because he was just so lethargic chosen raisin tall is Africa editor took him about four months to appoint a cabinet since the start doing anything he came in for criticism. But when when looks back on his term baps the fact that he was so slows not so terrible because many of his policies are actually doing more harm to Nigeria than good. What would be examples of those, what should even even slower at he had some bad luck when Mr. Bahari came in oil, prices are just crashed in two thousand fourteen so there was an oil price shock, but he then turned that in the space of two years into a full blown recession among other things trying to defend. The local currencies pegged to the dollar. He had an overvalued currency. He then try to do all good things, but going about it in the wrong way he tried to stimulate Nigerian manufacturing. But the way he did it was by banning the import effectively banning the import of a whole range of things from famously toothpicks to wheelbarrows. It's such an oil rich country, that must be some sort of advantage. What's he been doing about that? Mr. Biharis record, and petrol subsidies just really lost opportunity, Nigeria produces a lot of oil, but it doesn't refine very much of it. So it sends out oil and brings back petrol, and then sells at very cheaply so cheaply in fact that it is cheaper to buy petrol in Nigeria than it is in Saudi Arabia. It's about Hof, the price earlier at the pump in Nigeria compared to the US, and that costs, the state and absolute fortunate spins between Hoffman one percent of GDP, subsidizing petrol prices at the pump and to put that into perspective. That's more than it spends on things like health and almost. As much as what it spends on education, you've reported from Nigeria many times during this presidency. What are the effects of that? You've seen yourself. So when when travels up to the northern Nigeria the of failures of the government of the most apparent I've been to villagers villages, with six thousand people, where there is no school. These kids learning to recite the Koran and that's it. And that shows up in the cystic Nigeria has more school age children who are not attending school than any other country in the world. And it shows up in the health statistics where in some northern states one in five children. Don't make it to their fifth birthday mR Biharis in his mid seventies, does he lightly to change as he moves into his next. Sadly, there are no signs that Mr. Bahari as learning from the failures of his first term, the policies, that is announcing are really continuations of the policies that he's run since two thousand fifteen his central Bank governor who's been widely judged by outside investors to have been a failure has been appointed for an unprecedented sick. Term in office. So I think most Nigerians expecting more of the same something that's been in the news. Sporadically from Nigeria has been Boko haram. The terror movement has he been able to make a dent in that security's been one of the greatest appointments of Mr. Biharis? He came in as a former military man, promising to restore security, and for the first few years of his time in office, manage to push book out of a major towns and cities. But what we've seen over the past six to twelve months has been an absolute resurgence of Boko haram. There have been attacking in military bases overrunning them stealing weapons and really just gaining strength and without a massive change in strategy. One-season jury on on the back foot this to you saying just makes us wonder how he managed to get the second at all. What do you scribe the election victory? Some fortunately Niger is not spoilt for choice in the post-election. They had two old men. Muhammadu. Buhari. Atiku Abubakar running. Both of associated with full McGovern. That's the one thing that Mr. Bahari could claim and has a lot of public support for is his stance against corruption. He is seen as personally not being corrupt and a low. His government has had limited success in bringing down corruption. He slid seen as the clean candidate through if you had to choose one or two things that Mr. Bahari could improve in the second tempted of set some of not very distinguished record. What would you go for on the economy? The thing that he needs to do is just trust Nigerians. They have enormous talent we've seen the kinds of Nali would arts and film production that has come out if they want seen therre incredibly driven. I start businesses. And the key thing that Mr. Bahari should be doing is not trying to drive a sort of status. Centrally directed economy, bossing things around as he used to in the military, but actually just unleash Nigerians own creativity and let them get on with it.

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Muhammadu Buhari Wins Second Term as Nigeria’s President

PRI's The World

02:21 min | 2 years ago

Muhammadu Buhari Wins Second Term as Nigeria’s President

"It's been a long wait for voters in Nigeria to find out who won the presidential election there. I the vote itself was postponed just hours before people started casting their ballots, then it was rescheduled for a week later and many worried that the delay would lead to low voter turnout, but over the weekend Nigerians finally voted, and then waited several days to hear the results today. Election officials in Nigeria finally announce the. Outcome. Hardy the own progressives, congress having satisfied that requirements of the law on scored the highest number of votes is hereby declared we now on is returned elected. Thanks. A second term in office for Nigeria's incumbent, president Muhammadu Buhari his supporters celebrated Buhari's victory on the streets of the capital of. Who Hari reportedly one fifty six percent of the votes against forty one percent for his main rival later the president himself. Thanks Nigerians for keeping him in office. Next to me. And you heard. The knicks. And he. Jimmy Bahari says that he's deeply humbled and profoundly grateful. He also claimed the vote was peaceful and orderly and he blamed troublemakers for the violence that marred Nigeria's election campaign observers reported that more than forty people were killed during the vote on Saturday. And it's after math and our other big question marks hanging over his election like fraud allegations. In fact, Buhari's main rival opposition leader, a Tico Bacher is planning to challenge. The results Colo Ola bone Dion is a spokesman for the position PD party. An atrocity stem about nation as consid- I think in his country, Israel, better that war am election on for us, and people Democrats party that is on the time the sexual spokesman for Nigeria's position party previewing a legal challenge to the country's recent presidential election.

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Muhammadu Buhari Wins Second Term as Nigeria’s President

Bloomberg Daybreak: Europe

00:23 sec | 2 years ago

Muhammadu Buhari Wins Second Term as Nigeria’s President

"Europe. Nigeria's president Muhammadu Buhari has easily won his second and final term in the African Nations General election. Bloomberg's Tapie unlucky reports the events may challenge article by fifty sister falls around percents margin of about is yet to concede defeat opposition. Libertarian for alleged irregularities is expected to steam

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Atiku Abubakar, Muhammadu Buhari And Nigeria discussed on BBC World Service

BBC World Service

00:18 sec | 2 years ago

Atiku Abubakar, Muhammadu Buhari And Nigeria discussed on BBC World Service

"Muhammadu Buhari is won a second consecutive term as president of Nigeria the election commission, confirm Mr. Buhari's victory in Saturday's election by a margin of nearly four million votes. Over the main opposition candidate Atiku Abubakar, the defeated party has alleged

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"buhari" Discussed on World News Analysis

World News Analysis

01:54 min | 2 years ago

"buhari" Discussed on World News Analysis

"To return cargoes islands to Marissa's cardinal, George Pell, Heston, guilty of sexual offenses in Australia. You're listening to today. Stay with us. Welcome back. You're listening to today. I'm joing. Now a school survey where we look at what's happening around the world. Joining me in the studio with my colleague or not thanks jogging less start with Asia Pacific. North Korean leader, Kim Jong UN has arrived in Vietnam. Half a second Asami to meeting was US President Donald Trump the hijacker who to crew member hostage and Sean data by please. On a flight from Banladesh to Dubai was carrying a toy gun moving onto Africa. Nigerian president Muhammadu Buhari has taken early lead. As votes are being counted in the general election immed- allegations of manipulation Sudan's President Omar hush now by Shia has declared a state of emergency in attempt to end toil week uprising that has threatened to bring on to his thirty. You're in power in the Middle East, the US special Representative for of ghanistan has met one of the funding members of the Taliban. For the first time at the latest round of peace talks resumed in Qatar Syria. President Bashar Assad has arrived in rent for an official visit less to Europe Britain's opposition labor party would aback calls for the second referendum on Brexit if parliamentary Jack as alternative plan for leaving the European Union in Ireland eight hundred year old accrue cider from crypt in a doubling church has been decapitated by Venables finally in America's the US financial regulator has asked a New York judge to hold Elon Musk in contempt for violating a settlement over social media..

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India launches air raids on Pakistani territory

Bloomberg Daybreak: Europe

00:50 sec | 2 years ago

India launches air raids on Pakistani territory

"It's the worst esscalation of fighting between India and Pakistan since two thousand and one India since its fighter jets hump destroyed a major terrorist camp inside Pakistan killing more than three hundred people according to an Indian official speaking on condition of anonymity. Pakistan denies the airstrikes did any damage tensions rose following a suicide car-bombing in Kashmir on February the fourteenth that's attack killed forty members of Indian security forces Nigerian president Muhammadu Buhari needs in early election results. Bloomberg's Tapia lucky says a main opposition party is claiming the figures all being manipulated Quebecers party, chairman said the contest some of the results it'll be very difficult to close the gap Gloria chiefs, they Eitan out of the northwest the region with various number

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"buhari" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:50 min | 2 years ago

"buhari" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Has sent me to Washington DC where nine thousand enthusiasts and experts have gathered at the annual meeting of the American Association for the advancement of science. It's always an impressive occasion. And this is no exception among the topics here that have really caught my eye. How weeks the evidence is that race is biologically meaningful. I've been living just what that means. Also, how can you count trees from outer space? News. BBC news. The main presidential candidates in Nigeria Muhammadu Buhari Atiku Abubakar have cast their votes in the biggest selection in African history. More than eighty million voters are registered to choose the president and parliament Nigerian officials say they've solved logistical problems. The lead to the polls being postponed by week. The French Prime Minister Eduard Philippe, who's visiting Molly says the fight against Islamist militants in this region issuing results, but is far from over two thousand seven hundred French soldiers have been deployed to fight militants in northern Mali a cardinal in the Roman Catholic church has admitted that official files on priests who sexually abused children were destroyed or never even drawn up cardinal Reinhard. Marx told the pokes conference on paedophilia church needed to take action to regain credibility. An American man has been charged in a US court with the possession and unlawful transfer of stolen documents after the authorities in Singapore's Santita access to database there and leaked to the HIV status of more than fourteen thousand people my bro, Shane has denied the accusations in northeast India about seventy people have died after drinking illegally produced alcohol at least two hundred others are being treated for alcohol poisoning. They all worked and tea plantations in the state of Assam. A former information minister and his deputy been arrested in Vietnam accused of mismanaging public investment. The ruling communist party has already found that the state overpaid for its controlling stake and loss-making television provider. Three government ministers in Britain have descended from the policy of the Prime Minister Theresa may. But declaring that Brexit should be delayed. If parliament doesn't approve a deal soon. BBC news. Science in action from the BBC World Service would be wrote a piece and this week were coming from the. American Association for the advancement of science meeting, which is being held in Washington. DC Marseille enormous. I'm just being in an amazing such an onside of security how much our phones and computers being hacked..

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Nigeria election 2019: Poll halted in last-minute drama

Ric Edelman

00:20 sec | 2 years ago

Nigeria election 2019: Poll halted in last-minute drama

"Nigeria's presidential elections postponed by a week opposition leaders there say the move by the electoral commission is intended to cause chaos and confusion, president Muhammadu Buhari insisting that commission is neutral and that he too was disappointed. He's urging people to remain

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News in Brief 11 February 2019

UN News

02:48 min | 2 years ago

News in Brief 11 February 2019

"The this is the news in brief from the United Nations, boosting the number of women and girls entering so-called stem careers, meaning science technology, engineering and math is vital to achieving the sustainable development goals by twenty thirty. That was the message from UN secretary General Antonio kotex to Mark international day of women and girls in science celebrated on Monday. These years theme is investment in women and girls for inclusive. Green growth, mister Gutierrez. I lighted that women and girls remain woefully under represented for reasons that include gender, stereotypes Aliko visible role models and supportive, or even all style policies and environments U N data shows that only around thirty percent of female students select stem related fields in higher education desperately needed food aid for millions of Yemenis is at risk of rotting in a storage facility in the port city of data because conditions are too and safe to reach it. The UN special envoy for. For Yemen and UN emergency relief chief said on Monday in a joint statement, invoice Martyn Griffiths and OSA Hedmark Lowcock warned that urgency of getting to the Red Sea meals was growing day by day. It's been more than five months since you an aid workers were less able to exit with enough food to feed three point seven million people for a month the grain store in the meals could help the World Food Program or WFP scaler food assistance to nearly twelve million people. A fifty percent increase on two thousand eighteen in December WFP reached a record ten million people until now however forces affiliated with healthy movement, which controls the vital port of data. If not allowed do you went to cross frontlines to access the life saving grain, the dismissal of Nigeria's. Chief Justice may constitute a grave attack on judicial independence from the state. A UN appointed independent rights expert said on Monday, the expert warned of threats pressures and. Interferences made against the lawyers defending him chief Justice Walter on organ was suspended on twenty five January de independent UN special repertoire on the independence of judges and lawyers Diego Garcia Saen noted. In a statement is comments come ahead of general elections, Nigeria to be held on Saturday, international human rights standards provide that judges may be dismissed only on series grounds of misconduct or incompetence. He said Mr. Garcia Syon edited at any decision to suspend or remove a judge from office should be fair and should be taken by an independent authority. He said the decision to replace chief Justice HOGAN last month with Abraham Tanko. Mohammed was taken by Nigerian president Muhammadu Buhari and Carmel United Nations.

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"buhari" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:16 min | 2 years ago

"buhari" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Even if elected to change things, you're not part of that club. Yes. You're very, correct. We have to change your intention of people that believe that the woman's rule is just at home and in the kitchen, and so they have that mindset that a woman should shouldn't be there. You're worrying man's shoot. But I wanna let them on the stand at wherever a woman is there's something that you do you bring life into every situation. I changed around to me. I mean, if you've been here for years things have been around the same way, you can't get a different result. So you have to allow somebody else to just dipping undo something different. And then you can get what you you deserve. You say this belief that women should be in the kitchen that starts from the top president beharin Muhammadu Buhari said about his own wife. Essentially her places in the kitchen. It was a women have accepted it. And that is why they're not coming out because some women are very good. The very intelligent. But you see because they have accepted that the see themselves achieving their full potential. But I know that if given the chance something is going to change one thing that strikes me is that women make up almost half the electorate more than eighty million voters lease forty million women, and yet if men are elected again, and again, and again sure there are few female candidates, but men are elected again, and again, and again that means women on voting for women women, don't believe in female candidates. Honestly, that's very sad. I've had some difficulties in Neiva speaking to some women, but I know because we have the majority in Lagos state, Nigeria if we can collaborate with the cells, we'll get there. So I'm just appealing to women to just come out and the bold and even see their likes. If a woman is a woman like yourself. I know what you can do we have a lot of integrity. We are very transparent. So this you come out, and let them know what the carry because if we don't shoot. People. What you have. They will not know what you carry as it is very very important that you commerce, and let them know where your. That's a malaria Addison yet candidates for governor in Lagos. Thanks to you, saying, admittedly. It was before the rain started to fall as heavily as it is now, but you're looking around an hour ago and seeing all of those posters around here for the candidates, which may well, be peeling off the corrugated iron now with this with this torrential rain, but Walter will man, isn't it. It is worth more than quite quite startling. And you know, there's there's no doubt that is something that is changing.

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"buhari" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU

90.3 KAZU

04:26 min | 2 years ago

"buhari" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU

"Alloys across Nigeria expected to boycott court hearings from today following the suspension of the chief Justice Walter again, the Nigerian bar association has called the boycott an anger at president Buhari's decision to suspend Mr. on-again over allegations that he failed to declare his assets the suspension is seen as a controversial move. Because the chief Justice could play a key role in determining who becomes the next president. Should there be a challenge to the outcome of next month's vote? The European Union the United States and the United Kingdom have already expressed deep concern over president Buhari's move. Here's Katrina Lenk. She's the UK High Commissioner tonight, Syria what we're concerned about is essentially due process, we fully respect, the sovereign responsibility of the government of Nigeria to manage this process in a fair way on but a number of very experienced Nigerian experts and indeed international experts have raised some questions about the legality. Of this process, and whether it's in line with the constitution, and at this critical moment, just three weeks before the election. We want to lend our support to these concerns oversee we're very aware of the allegations of corruption against the chief Justice, and that needs to be taken very seriously and investigated. Nobody is above the law while Nigeria did respond and said, it would not welcome any meddling in its internal affairs. Lawyers were out on the streets of the capital Abu on Monday shortly afterwards. Buhari's supporters turned up to defend his action. It's a now speak to Nigerian lawyer Gamaa who joins us now. Welcome to the program. I meant I mean, this is a fair, isn't it? Fair to ask isn't it to declare the chief Justice to declare his personal assets before taking office? Absolutely. The Nigerian has a history of corruption in the public sector, and did you especially is has been a huge of being corrupt of selling judgments and of doing the bidding of whoever is in the government. So there can't be any meaningful reform, particularly transparency and accountability reform without informing did you share it? So the law is very clear the constitution stipulates that he be appointed into public office. Does offers a person should declare his Ohio assets. And at the same time by the time one day, I live in the should declare their assets the idea. Fearful from aquarian wealth illegally. Unfortunately, the judges as we've seen over recent years are not entirely innocent as when so it's a very serious problem. And I think the government was to fight corruption, and this is risen many interesting questions. And right. So why has the Nigerian bar association taking this decision to go out the streets and protest. Well, the Nigerian bar association is a very important Frisia group. It will present is an umbrella organization of all lawyers in Nigeria and over the. Thoroughly in promoting democracy, human rights and rule of law. The fact that CJ did chief Justice was suspended in consensus that many describe as controversial because the stipulation by the Lou is being followed that is why the MVP legend in Boston station is expressing reservations. And of course, our lawyers to. The winter from the noise. So the lawyers also walk with the courts, I think the idea is that let the independence of judiciary led the IB separation of power and let there be do process of law. And that is what we see in the open and very very briefly. You said the timing was interesting. Why do why do you say that that the euro the main election in Nigeria in three weeks three weeks, actually, there would be position election in Nigeria and the courts play very important role in elections in determining fleet election and was election conflicts conflicts related to the interpretation of the law and the conduct of the election. So the courts have the power to eat everybody did invited election dependent on the way it was carried out in the right way. So the judges the ones who preside over cases. This is unfortunate that they are being dragged into this and..

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"buhari" Discussed on WAFS Biz 1190

WAFS Biz 1190

03:53 min | 2 years ago

"buhari" Discussed on WAFS Biz 1190

"President Muhammadu Buhari has triggered a political crisis. In Africa's biggest oil producer by suspending the nation's top judge says three weeks before the general election. Bloomberg's Africa Nigeria. Puerto Paul was joins us. Now from Lagos Paul let's start with a bit of an impression of how tense the situation is on the ground in Nigeria as key election date approaches. Yes, it's it's pretty much taken to the brink of a constitutional crisis. The government says this is all part of anti corruption fights and the chief Justice. Allegations hanging over him, including that he didn't pay his assets. They said the government says this is nothing to do with election, but the opposition the legal community and some international powers, including the European Union. And the US has spoken out against the move, the EU, and the US say that this could undermine the February sixteenth votes or the opposition has said that it's an actor dictatorship. Designed to ensure that the government has been at the top of the supreme court, which may become very important is good transit. Be results are challenged in the supreme court, this this election was already quite answered been plenty of mudslinging Eurasia group that is the most fishy. Content selection. Nitrous had in the past twenty years and this situation the state move to suspend the the nation's top Dutch just makes it even more tense. Paul. I mean, there's an absence of a clear legislative procedures in to resolve a situation like that. We what could happen next. What are some of the scenarios? Yeah. It's pretty much unprecedented at decent tentative of of the period since Nigeria ended military rule and in nineteen ninety nine. The Senate president for me opposes the suspension is going to take much support. Or at least it's gonna ask this supreme court to rule on whether the president, and the government would write all had a legal right to to to spend the judge the main opposition People's Democratic Party, which is headed by Atiku Boubacar. They as I said, they slammed this the suspension, but they haven't laid out yet what they going to do. But they say they're going to announce something in in in the next few days. Paul in terms of asset class reactions. So I was looking at the Nigerian naira the local currency. I mean, that's really been rangebound for the most part of the year. Are we seeing any any other keeps rates developing? To the naira has been pretty much stable since this'll started happening like last week. And that's because it's heavily managed by the central Bank. We seem some reaction in the stock market which fell for the first time in five days. Yes. And also in the in the fixed income market and one year treasury bills yields on those rows about forty basis points. They already quite high yields but now up to seventeen opposite. But that was after telling fine. That investors are not happy about this. They were already foreign investors already easy about the tensions heading into deductions and their stock markets. This year has underperformed emerging markets as a whole and the situation is not making them anymore. Comfortable with with situation. Paul excellent reporting. Thank you very much for that. Update. That's Bloomberg's Africa Nigeria reporter Paul Wallace live from Lagos. All right coming up on the show is California utility PG and.

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Taiwan’s President, Defying Xi Jinping, Seeks International Support

BBC World Service

00:45 sec | 2 years ago

Taiwan’s President, Defying Xi Jinping, Seeks International Support

"Wilson reports it escape games planners are locked inside a room where they work together to solve puzzles of find clues to make their way out the five girls who died was celebrating a friend's birthday when the visited the attraction in the northern city of ca chairman a man was seriously injured in the blaze was taken to hospital. The cause of the fire is still not known, but the Polish Interior minister Joaquim Brzezinski has all the checks to be carried out more than a thousand similar venues across the country escape rooms have experienced a surge in popularity in recent years in many countries for anything from birthday celebrations to company team building days. President Trump has that he's considering declaring a national emergency to bypass congress and build a wall along the border with Mexico. He said US security was at risk. Mr. Trump was speaking after talks with senior Democrats failed to produce a breakthrough in the row that's caused a partial shot. Down of the government now in its third week Democrats who this week control of the house of representatives opposed. The plan will this is the latest world news from the BBC. Sporadic violence has continued across the southern Indian state of Kerala. Nafta two women entered the Sabra Molle temple on Wednesday explosive devices targeting politicians from the states governing coalition caused several injuries on Friday night. Many have blamed right-wing Hindu groups for the continued violence and in apparent revenge attacks, one of their homes at an office was that on fire. The Pentagon is trying to verify reports that one of the architects of a deadly attack on an American worship. The US has coal more than eighteen years ago has been killed in Yemen. A US defense official confirms that Jamal Abu Dhabi. A suspected al-qaeda commander was the target of an asteroid on Tuesday Arab media are reporting that he died Nigeria's president Muhammadu Buhari has admitted that one of his appointments to the board of the electoral commission is a relation by marriage. But he denied opposition allegations that the Commissioner Haji Amina Zakhari is actually his niece claim that prompted complaints of rigging ahead of the elections in February. In japan. A record three point one million dollars has been paid for a Pacific bluefin tuna at the first new year auction of Tokyo main fish market, the tuna which way is ninety two hundred and eighty kilos was bought by a sushi restaurant owner Rupert Wingfield Hayes reports Kyoshi Kimura is known as Japan's tuna king and the price he pays at the annual new auctions bears only a vague relationship to the actual price of tuna on a normal day. A similar sized fish would sell for around forty five thousand pounds. Today's record is in part about status, and it creates a lot of publicity for Mr. Kimura and his sushi empire. But it is also a reflection of the scarcity of large Pacific bluefin tuna. They are officially listed as an endangered species. And since the middle of last year prices in Tokyo have climbed by more than forty percent BBC news. Hello and welcome back to the world this week where exploring the place beyond a rock, which are NASA probe is reached four billion miles from us. The most distant object man's technologies yet visited a little closer to home. China has landed a probe on the far side of the moon benefiting. Mankind says Beijing, but should we fear? It's global reach never mind. It's extraterrestrial one and should Bangladesh's Prime Minister be embarrassed by her election success, but I the earth and the moon are locked in an eternal dance as each moves on it's axis. So does the other which means there's a side of the moon? The earth's never seen until this week when following a virtual news blackout. China's space agency announced that Chinese four a probe had successfully landed on terrain fall rougher than natto which Diehl Armstrong took one small step for man. One giant leap for mankind. The head of. The agency says China will carry on exploration in the hope of benefiting mankind skeptics might see that as a good public relations statements rather than a reflection of China's true objectives. Michael Bristow are East Asia editor came into the world this week studio to discuss whether it's time to see China as a force for good. Although a couple of different things I see there's the science behind it. And it was a genuine scientific achievement is also the politics about it. It's a propaganda coup for the Chinese leader Xi Jinping his big theme since he came to power was promoting something which he calls, the Chinese dream essentially returning China to its proper place as one of the world's leading countries. And part of that is to put China at the full front of science and technology. Of course, at also has an economic spinoff because it allows China to develop technology, which can be used to make money that China is a signatory to wool the regulation that exists the green zone outer space activities. So there's no suggested the Chinese are going to start kind of setting up mining robots than the moon or anything like that. It's going to be collaborative. And they was stressing public comments about their commitment to expanding knowledge for mankind. But I suppose people will think back down on earth. China's approaches Norway's so collaborative certainly you would be right. Be slightly wary of those claims the Americans have banned the Chinese from being involved in space program because they're concerned about the transfer of technology in China stealing secrets, but even when we're not talking about space. There were all kinds of concerns about whether China's development of technology is for the benefit of everybody or whether it's just for the benefit of China. A perfect example of that would be the telecom company hallway, which is perhaps China's most international company the can accompany likes project and promote because it shows all the best of Chinese learning, and and technology a genuine international company, but yet over the last. Eight year all more a number of different countries around the world of being fearful of allowing way to use technology to develop telecom infrastructure in their countries. I was in the Carribean a few years back. I was very struck on the island of Dominika by the presence of Chinese workers. Chinese laborers, a big sports stadium that had been built by the Chinese government is a gift the people of Dominique how does China defend that kind of relationship, which even some on the island worry about how it's going and others might say is not so very different from the sort of colonial activity that was seen by European countries. Like, the UK what essentially and a half ago, there is certainly a case to be made that China's only doing what other countries primarily western countries have done before China's argument is essentially this making everybody we h he's not only going to benefit China. The Chinese would say it's going to benefit everyone else as well. And so. This kind of development. You talk about issues China's gift to the world to help them. Enjoy the economic benefits act. China itself is enjoyed what are the risks of conflict over this approach. A first economic lists. Which already a number of countries, identifying example, you've seen in Malaysia Sri Lanka other countries as well where the burden of debt imposed on those countries by China because of the money, it's loan them each too much. And then the failure is that at once you get to a country, then you have to sing to whatever Choon that it plays on a wider scale as well. It's the idea that China is completely different in its outlook to the western world where we value an individual rights the rule of law tolerance, not always perfectly smooth sable. That's the aim at. But in China, it's a one party state is the Chinese communist party, they given anything. They can do whatever they liked. So the thing is, of course, that this is a country we've at completely opposite ideals to the western world. So what do they want where were they going? What do they do if they don't get what they want Michael Bristow Chinese diplomat's among the first I hasten to Brasilia when Bolsonaro won Brazil's presidential election. He took office on New Year's day declaring this week that is election proves people want hierarchies order and progress a phrase, which wouldn't sound out of place coming from the lips of a Chinese official president Bonar ru is a figure of the right. Who's outbursts of the years of suggested a certain impatience with democracy. He took off his one month to the day after Andreas Manuel Lopez Oprah door was sworn in as president of Mexico Anglos. He's known is a politician of the left both of being public figures for thirty years. Both in their time of being regarded as Mavericks both say tackling organized violent. Crime is a priority. And both a well aware that it's on challenged violence that threatens the state on Friday, President Bosnia REU urged congress to pass legislation to protect the police from being prosecuted when they're on duty without that guarantee. He said there could be no guarantee of a rapid falling crime Leonardo Russia, the BBC's Latin America editor I into early in his political career when I was working in congress in Brazil. He was a newcomer. He was a new politician one of the few military men who had adventured into into politics after the end of the military government. And at the time, he came out to someone who was very very simple, not very eloquence, and the he had one he was just striking on one chord. He was saying he was there to defend the rights of the military, but not the rights, as you know, is a grander thing. He was there to defend the salaries the schools. Some privileges that many people had mainly lower ranking sub officials in the armed forces. That's quite a contrast in terms of his background to to Obrador in Mexico who who is kind of more steeped in politics, but also for quite a long time back Lopez over Dory is a different person. He is a much more ideological person. You can call both Mavericks is a term you can use to describe them. They both driven by their own agendas. But a LOP is a was a former mayor of Mexico someone with a vision that defied this of one party ruled it effectively was in Mexico phone for decades. And he tried to break that he ran for president. He lost an election, which many people thought was you know, he was cheated out of his victory. He certainly thought are you protesting about quite a long time. Yeah. He he blocked the main square the Sokolow in the main square in Mexico City for for weeks.

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WTO, President and Trump discussed on BBC World Service

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"buhari" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

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"buhari" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Hear the Tokyo edition of where are? You going BBC news with Neo. Nunez blueprints for three d. printed plastic handguns have been temporarily banned by a judge in the, United States the judicial order came hours before they were due to. Be available for download the judge said the publication of the blueprints could cause irreparable harm to US citizens President Trump. Is reportedly considering, tariffs of up to twenty five percent on two hundred billion dollars worth. Of Chinese goods, if an active the, staff could escalate further the trade dispute between the world's largest economies prosecutors say President Trump's. Ex campaign chairman Paul Manafort filed false tax returns and tries to. Hide millions of dollars in foreign banks the alleged that he used the money to. Fund a lavish lifestyle Mr. Manafort has pleaded not guilty to. Charges of Bank fraud and tax evasion eighty-five people have been injured in a plane crash in northern Mexico the governor of the northern state of Iran goes at the aero Mexico jet had been hit by a gust of wind, as it left the runway Amnesty International says one of its employees was targeted by hackers using Israel. Amid government surveillance software amnesty said it traced to the malware to sites linked to and is, rarely from the leader of Britain's main opposition labor party Jeremy called. In has issued an apology for appearing at events alongside people who compared Israel's actions in Gaza to the holocaust it. Demand it's emerged, that Mr. Corbin hosted a meeting in twenty ten where at least one. Speaker made the, comparison the president of, the Nigerian Senate book on us ARCHE has said he's joining the opposition People's Democratic Party. There's increasing discontent with president Muhammadu Buhari is leadership a ban on. Wearing Muslim face veils in public comes into force today in Denmark a rally is. Planned later involving both Muslim and non Muslim Danish women wearing, the niqab in protest at the measure BBC news Skyscrapers lean into the bright blue sky above, why pavements which, check ups At. Least with pedestrians hundreds Atari crossed the rates and it looks, like synchronized ballet This is downtown Tokyo in Japan My name's Catherine for the. BBC World Service is come here Townspeople one question I'm going to I'm going to enjoy. The on? Sense what's that those are, the. Hot springs Denver I don't? Know but it's a little, cloudy Lougee What's the name of the movie One nine.

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"buhari" Discussed on 1A

1A

02:27 min | 3 years ago

"buhari" Discussed on 1A

"Workers from the former british empa if they didn't have every loss piece of paper and some of them didn't perfectly reasonable explanations they will in some cases threatened with deportation they had every legal right to be there that behavior really shabby behavior to retire london bus drivers and retied kinda midland's nurses has really shocked the british public and it turns out that not quite as willing to have this very very harsh immigration policy as they may be thought they were in january the press reported that president trump disparaged african nations in very vulgar terms during an oval office rent about immigration policy that was met by alarm outraged by leaders in africa but when president trump met this week with the first sub saharan african leader to visit him at the white house apparently it didn't come up in a joint press conference a reporter asked nigeria's president muhammadu buhari about this did you address his reported comments from early this year when he reportedly used vulgar language to describe african nations what vidi coupled with what the process about others and myself i'm not sure about yunos all whether that i i give the president was through not so the best thing for me is to keep quite we didn't discuss it and you do have some countries that are in very bad shape and very tough places to live in but we didn't discuss it because the president knows me and he knows where i'm coming from and i appreciate that part of joint press conference with president trump and jiri president hamadu bahari professor what do you make this that's diplomacy nigeria and the united states have a lot of shared interest particularly as it relates to counter terrorism activity attacks on christians economic and development aid and so you have to put aside these things find out where you have shared interest and move forward one more story that we would love to get to before our time is up for those with good memories you'll recall last week we did a story about sweden seems to be becoming a pattern out so let's keep going with it swedish meatballs popularized around the world by their association with the scandinavian furniture giant ikya turns out they.

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"buhari" Discussed on The Majority Report with Sam Seder

The Majority Report with Sam Seder

02:48 min | 3 years ago

"buhari" Discussed on The Majority Report with Sam Seder

"But i wanna play this one because it's sort of funny and president is really building bridges it's really impressive this is donald trump who welcomed the first leader from sub saharan africa to the white house on monday just a reminder he he's been in office for over a year i mean over that's yeah exactly like over twenty five percent of his presidency knock on wood has passed and he decides to bring in the first sub saharan african leader prince akeem yes and of course the nigerian president guy named a muhammadu buhari was asked about donald trump's earlier references to countries like nigeria specifically and here is a dodger has really shown that i've been one hundred percent right and pro president bihari i want to ask you you're the first leader from sub saharan africa to visit president trump here at the white house did you address his reported comments from early this year when he reportedly used vulgar language to describe african nations i'm very careful with good process while well as myself i'm not sure about news veggie or whether that either allegation i give the president who's through not so the best thing for me is to keep quite we didn't discuss it and you do have some countries that are in very bad shape it very tough places to live in but we digging discuss it because the president knows me and he knows where i'm coming from and i appreciate that we did not discuss it mr president you can ask a question he got he is he got he got with anywhere else like to ask him a question but the funny part is bari is almost like doing everything he can to not double over in laughter we keep that up keep that up for a second because he it's almost if he's like oh man i can't believe i just got away without having to answer that question he can't even go forward a little bit more like when it turns trump just as soon as he throws to trump he is full on breaking out in laughter at least two times here just focus on hit red gut.

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"buhari" Discussed on NPR News Now

NPR News Now

02:11 min | 3 years ago

"buhari" Discussed on NPR News Now

"Support for planet money and the following message come from i shares because the best preparation for tomorrow is building for your future today i shares by black rock inspired to build live from npr news in washington i'm janine herve's president trump says he's hoping proposed summit with north korean leader kim jong hoon will happen in the demilitarized zone between the two koreas npr's brian naylor reports trump spoke at a joint news conference with nigerian president muhammadu buhari no meeting has yet been scheduled between trump and kim but the president says he believes what is possible and that it will be a success he said no site has been selected yet but in the president's words everybody wants it what trump wants is for the meeting to take place in the dmz there's something that i like about it because you're there you're actually there where if things work out there's a great celebration to be had on the site on another topic trump said he and the nigerian president did not discuss the american leaders reported vulgar remarks earlier this year about african nations adding you do have some countries that are in very bad shape and very tough places to live in brian naylor npr news washington president trump has until midnight to decide whether to exempt key allies from steel and aluminum tariffs the european union is waiting to hear whether it's twenty eight member nations will get a pass last month trump's slapped at twenty five percent tariff on steel imports and a ten percent on aluminum but granted a handful of trading partners including the eu a temporary exemption until may i the eu is in talks today with administration officials but commissioner cecilia mouths drum says if that exemption is not made permanent e you member countries are ready to retaliate with nearly three and a half billion dollars worth in tariffs on us products or the thirty five people including ten reporters in eleven children have been killed in a brutal wave of attacks today in afghanistan as npr's diaa hadid reports from islam abbad it's been one of the deadliest days in years for journalists in the wartorn country that colleagues were killed after they rushed to cover an isis suicide.

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"buhari" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:45 min | 3 years ago

"buhari" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Most of the abducted up she and well i can just consent to you now i received an sms message from the spokesman to the president gaba here who confirming that the girls are actually been released it's not clear consensus because he said he would give details later we also calls through to residents in duchy and some parents who have also confirmed that the girls have been released what we also hearing is that five of those gals may have died they are one hundred and ten of them and then there's also an information leaking out indicating that one of the girls who is probably the only christian among the missed mean among them may be in custody but generally across nigeria in duchy does these jubilant mood and one of the parents that i spoke to could not even speak to me properly because of the joy in his voice and especially how happy they are the family to to receive the news on to receive their daughters at baku chris bought one can only imagine is an extraordinary story you're right that emphasize the fight to the mixed emotions it's a story of joy but obviously we mustn't mustn't forget the the sort of the five families who haven't had such good news what about the manner of their return because people were talking and we couldn't confirm this so we didn't say it on but there were rumors flying around that it was actually boko haram themselves or people claiming to be the militants who had brought the girls back in a motorcade that seems incredibly unlikely what do we know about the manner in which the girls were returned really it's it's very unclear at the moment but what what what we're hearing is is that the the goals were brought into the town and dropped at the side of the road close to the chiefs pylos by for trucks it is not clear if those return them up militants or not i got to the police chief in in united states in charge of the area but he said he can't confirm or do he's receiving intelligence to the effect that the girls may have been released you know recently when the socked u s secretary of state visited nigeria president buhari had told him that the government is negotiating with boko haram to secure the release there are indications that this might be the result of that negotiation but the.

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"buhari" Discussed on Here & Now

Here & Now

01:46 min | 3 years ago

"buhari" Discussed on Here & Now

"Well there's many reasons one of them i think for at the beginning was that they were using these girls as an incentive for fighters as he said they're forcing them to to marry young men who had also been conscripted into the group and then there was this really disturbing developments they started using girls a suicide bombers and they realized that they would get more publicity that people would be more shocked by by that and also we know that hostages our currency for bucaram they they've been and there have been several high profile negociations for hostages have been released him we find out later that the governments have paid money to the militants so for those three reasons alone and it's it makes sense for them to kidnap and it makes sense for them to kidnapped girls and of course the publicity the huge publicity they got from that she book kidnapping in two thousand fourteen and i guess pave the way for something like this to happen again but at that time the president's promised that something like this would never happen again and i understand the pressure is mounting on him to to act to do something to make it stop well the them one of the key things is that that was a a previous administration that was the president presidency of goodluck jonathan and when this president muhammadu buhari came in he criticized goodluck jonathan aloft for his failure to deal with the boko haram crisis so it's it's ironic and it's also a very uh a lot of criticism that has come on muhammadu buhari for allowing the exact same thing to happen again really and we know that this school wasn't being protected we find days in the last two weeks.

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"buhari" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:13 min | 3 years ago

"buhari" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Radio business flash level more what's going on around the world his thank you mark his german chancellor angela merkel has cooled anti immigration demonstrators rao dis driven by intolerance and his strongest reaction yet to protests that have disrupted election rallies despite some discontent athenahealth liberal refugee policy nichols christian democrats and light block leads posed by as many as sixteen percentage points the gain irish government sobbing edge to publish their plans to revive powersharing in northern ireland if no deal is done this week stop debt call niece toyed says it's not credible all sustainable to leave the success of the talks in the hands of the dup and xinfang and cracks are beginning to show in nigeria's leading party the muhammadu buhari is lingering healthy issues woman fs minister i shall his son has vowed to resign if he runs for a second time in two thousand nineteen cable news 24 hours a day powered by more than twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts in more than one hundred twenty countries i'm young guarantee this is playing that caroline thank you so much leon now listen to you at this morning i shall could yohnka will deliver his annual state of the european union speech this wednesday european commission president is likely to strike a more upbeat tone than a year ago when you're was buffeted by banks it and the march of anti eu parties nice expected to push for free trade pact with australia and new zealand as well as deep in the euro area banking integration now for more on this and other european stories that spring in luigi speranza his head of european economics bnp pipeline joins us now down the line they could morning luigi so we can talk about these cbn amid it but i do think they speech my could well be really interesting it's his chance to show that he's the commission president who can do more than just news in eu member and he also of course faces this we energized francogerman axis doesn't hey what are you expecting to hey from ymca will it make you change your view of europe in any way when monica kelli kuehne me one you would hope about peppered anything new point two four baht keren dealing integration.

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