Category Archives: Human Rights

Elite level boxer Bilal Fawaz who fought for England six times facing deportation

An elite level boxer who has fought for England six times is facing being deported to Nigeria. The 29-year-old, of Hayes in Hillingdon, who has competed for England six times and was the 2012 ABA light-middleweight champion, came to England when he was 14. Brought to the UK illegally by an uncle, he was told his father would be arriving soon,

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Rihanna: ‘If Jesus Hasn’t Answered Your Prayers, Try Satan’

BARBADOS.  “The definition of stupidity is doing something over and over again when it isn’t working,” according to Rihanna, who told a group of children that “if Jesus hasn’t answered your prayers, try praying to Satan.“ Rihanna has been honored by the Barbados government who re-named the street she grew up on as a child after her, and speaking at

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African migrants being sold as slaves by Libyan human traffickers ‘have their organs harvested, bodies mutilated and roasted like kebabs’ claims Nigerian minister

Femi Fani-Kayode, Nigeria’s former aviation minister, made shocking claim today He said Nigerian slaves have their organs harvested before they are roasted alive Comes as special report reveals migrants are sold as slaves for as little as £665   A former Nigerian government minister has claimed that migrants from his country are having their organs harvested after being sold into

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[VIDEO] Fmr. UK Foreign Secretary Speaks on nigeria refugee crisis and boko haram and Brexit

LONDON. – Former UK foreign secretary David Miliband, now head if Red Cross International, speaks on Nigeria refugee crisis and boko haram. David Miliband says ‘Countries that invented refugee rights in process of abandoning them’ Watch the video below.     follow us on twitter @wahalatoday and facebook @wahaladae    

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British hostage Ian Squire killed in Nigeria, Foreign Office confirms

UNITED KINGDOM. – A British aid worker kidnapped last month in southern Nigeria has been killed, while three other hostages have been freed, says the Foreign Office. Three more captives – Alanna Carson, David Donovan and Shirley Donovan – all released Ian Squire, an optometrist, was one of four Britons working for a medical charity in the Niger Delta when

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[VIDEO] MP Dennis Skinner tells Theresa May the government is treating people of the north like “second class citizens” over HS2

LONDON UK. – In southern ‘leafy suburbs’, 30% of #HS2 route will have tunnelling, but that falls to 2% in the north to save money, claims Dennis Skinner   Labour MP Dennis Skinner tells Theresa May the government is treating people of the north like “second class citizens” over HS2 #PMQs pic.twitter.com/YzK1tLAboU — BuzzFeed UK Politics (@BuzzFeedUKPol) November 1, 2017   follow

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Nigeria: 47 Years After Biafra Civil War, Nigerian Govt Agrees to Pay Victims N88 Billion

United Kingdom. –  Nigeria was ordered to pay 88 billion naira ($244 million) in damages to those affected by a 1967 civil war after failing to clear landmines and other explosives in the country’s southeast. The government of Africa’s most populous nation must pay 50 billion naira to compensate war victims and a further 38 billion naira to state authorities

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