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President Trump’s lawyer, Rudy Giuliani suffers hair malfunction as dye drips down his face during press conference (photos)

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Rudy Giuliani, a former New York mayor turned president Donald Trump’s personal lawyer appeared to have hair dye dripping down his face as he addressed a press conference on Thursday November 19, to claim election fraud in the 2020 presidential election.

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Mr. Giuliani, 76, was seen sweating profusely as his hair dye started dripping down his cheeks while speaking to journalists in a small room at the RNC headquarters.

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The hair malfunction became the highlight of the press conference and it had social media buzzing.

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“The God that did my own will do yours too” – Nigerian lady celebrates as she enters airplane for the first time in her life

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A Nigerian lady, Olawunmi was full of smiles on Friday, November 20, when she boarded an airplane for the first time in her life.

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The first time flier shared the good news on Twitter along with photos of herself about to board the plane.

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“The God that did my own that I enter aeroplane today for the first time will do yours too o” she wrote.

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The only person from south-east in Aso Villa is a photographer – Abaribe

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Senate minority leader, Enyinnaya Abaribe has stated that the only person from south-east in Aso Villa is a photographer.

 

Abaribe said this when he featured on Channels Television’s Sunrise Daily programme. The Senator who described Governor David Umahi’s defection as a mere occurrence which will be evaluated properly during the next presidential election, stressed the need for back channels in government which according to him is the reason for the relevance of Mamman Daura, Buhari’s nephew in the present administration.

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“Before, every part of this country was represented in the Aso Villa, so when you want to do government business because sometimes government business is done from back channels, so if you have a problem or they want to do some consultations, you make a call into the Villa, you call to your countryman and say please, can you tell oga this or that so that we can have this talk, there is none today inside the villa. There’s one guy, his name is Sunny, I think he’s a photographer.

“So, Umahi is going to talk to who? Ok, because he is governor, he can talk to chief of staff, he can go to see the president but what about others?”

 

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There are however nine presidential aides who are from the south-east zone.

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Chile Police Chief resigns after police shot two teenagers

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Mario Rozas, Chile’s police chief sent in his resignation on Thursday November 19 after months of controversy over alleged rights abuses and excessive use of force by the country’s security forces.

 

Reuters reported that his resignation came immediately after police officers allegedly shot and wounded two boys during a raid at the offices of Chile’s child welfare service in Talcahuano, a coastal port city south of the capital Santiago on Wednesday November 17.

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President Sebastian Pinera who accepted the resignation of Mario Rozas, said he shared “the reasons and arguments” he had given for resigning. He appreciated and admired the police chief’s work, and added that Rozas had served at a “extraordinarily difficult and complex time.”

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Rozas who will be replaced by police general Ricardo Yanez (his second in command), came under heavy scrutiny last year, after thousands of Chileans were injured in clashes with police during mass protests over inequality. Those incidents prompted a groundswell of allegations of abuse against the country’s security forces by global and national rights groups.

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While many of those cases are still under investigation, Rozas has long denied those abuses were systemic or in any way condoned by police leadership.

 

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