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Patoranking And Yemi Alade Reignite Dating Rumors With Romantic Twitter Activity

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Nigerians are left asking themselves what exactly is going on between Patoranking and Yemi Alade after yet another sensitive Twitter activity from both sides.

Just a few days ago Pato raised eyebrows after sharing photos of the singer alongside the caption, ‘Mon Babè’, putting people in suspense about a possible relationship.

In another tweet today, Yemi Alade advised men to treat a good woman well whenever they have one. “If you have a good woman, treat her well,” She wrote

That looks like just normal advice from a woman until Patoranking responds to it saying “I knew you were smiling typing this”.

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It is at this point that Nigerians react. One wrote ‘This Pato and Yemi bromance, me am not understanding again o”

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Russia And Rwanda Send Troops To Protect Central African Republic President Touadera After Former President Bozize Attempts Coup Ahead Of Presidential Election

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Russia and Rwanda have sent in hundreds of troops to protect Central African Republic President, Faustin-Archange Touadera (pictured below at a rally), and the presidential palace after former president, Francois Bozize, allegedly attempted a coup ahead of the presidential elections this weekend.

Russia and Rwanda send troops to protect Central African Republic president Touadera after former president Bozize attempts coup ahead of presidential election

The Central African Republic announcing the new developments on Monday, December 21, said that three rebel groups controlled by Bozize (pictured below), started to advance on Friday towards the capital Bangui along key highways after declaring an alliance.

Russia and Rwanda send troops to protect Central African Republic president Touadera after former president Bozize attempts coup ahead of presidential election

The UN peacekeeping force MINUSCA announced on Sunday that the rebels had been stopped or pushed back and the situation was “under control”.

“Russia has sent several hundred soldiers and heavy weapons” under a bilateral cooperation agreement, government spokesman Ange Maxime Kazagui said.

“The Rwandans have also sent several hundred men who are on the ground and have started fighting.”

Rwanda’s defence ministry confirmed the deployment.

Rwanda said the move was in response to the targeting of its troops in the 11,500-strong MINUSCA by rebels supported by Bozize, who ruled the CAR from 2003 to 2013.

No details were given about the deployment, but the ministry said it would “also contribute to ensure a peaceful and secure general elections scheduled on Sunday”.

The rebel groups merged into a single entity called “the Coalition for Patriots for Change” and invited all other groups to join while they headed down the country’s main highways towards Bangui, according to the government.

MINUSCA spokesman Vladimir Monteiro said late Sunday they had been pushed back in several locations or blocked, and “the situation is under control.”

The G5+ group — France, Russia, the US, the EU and the World Bank — urged Bozize and allied armed groups to lay down their arms and called for the presidential and parliamentary elections to go ahead on Sunday.

The Kremlin, reacting to the advance by the rebel groups said the situation in the country was of “serious concern”.

Moscow has been leading a vast diplomatic and financial offensive in the former French colony since 2018 in return for concessions to Russian firms to exploit minerals, particularly gold and diamonds.

Private security guards employed by Russian companies also provide protection for Touadera and are involved in training of local armed forces.

Bozize, 74, a former army general, denies the coup plot allegations, but has been a major figure in the country’s decades-long history of war and poverty no.

He has a large follower base in the northwest of the country, especially among the Gbaya ethnic group, which is the country’s largest.

He has also been banned from this weekend’s presidential Elections by the country’s court, leaving incumbent Touadera as favorite.

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African Leaders Congratulate Nana Akufo Addo On His Re-Election As President

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Four African leaders, occupying various offices, have congratulated the President-elect of the Republic of Ghana, Nana Addo-Dankwa Akufo Addo, for his reelection into office.

On Wednesday, December 9, 2020, Nana Akufo Addo, with the NPP, secured another 4-year tenure in office after been declared winners in the 2020 election.

The opposition NDC has since the declaration rejected the results as announced by the Electoral Commission led by its Chairperson, Jean Mensa, claiming the election was rigged.

At a presser, the flagbearer of the NDC, John Mahama, was convinced that the results as declared by the EC was not a true depiction of the will of the people and insisted that the NDC won a working majority in Parliament as well as the presidential election.

Contrary to their claims, a number of African leaders have already congratulated Nana Akufo Addo for staying in office.

Nigerian President, Muhammadu Buhari, was first to roll out the red carpet as he congratulated Nana Addo for his reelection. He tweeted, ”I congratulate President Akufo-Addo on his re-election for a second term in office. I also commend the people of Ghana on the successful conclusion of the presidential and parliamentary elections – further proof that constitutional democracy has come to stay in West Africa.”

Muhammadu Buhari Akufo Addo

Buhari’s tweet was followed by Rwanda’s President, Paul Kagame, as he wrote, ”Congratulations to my brother and friend President @NAkufoAddo on your re-election. It is a testament to the trust the people of Ghana have placed in you. We look forward to continued friendship between our two nations and collaboration towards the prosperity of our people.”

Paul Kagame Akufo Addo

Furthermore, Ivorian President, Alassane Ouattara, also called Akufo Addo a brother and looked forward to working with him.

He tweeted, ”My warmest congratulations and best wishes to my brother @NAkufoAddo on his re-election as President of the Republic of Ghana.”

Alassane Ouattara Akufo Addo

Finally, the former Vice President of Nigerian Atiku Abubakar said Ghana’s democracy is a paradigm for Nigeria and other African countries.

He wrote, ”Congratulations to President @NAkufoAddo on his reelection. The smooth conduct of the Ghana elections should be an eye-opener to our nation.”

Atiku Abubakar Akufo Addo

Congratulations to President Akufo Addo and we wish him success in his second term.

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