Moghalu addresses PACT before losing out to Fela Durotoye
02 September 2018 | 5:45 am
Moghalu addresses PACT before losing out to Fela Durotoye.
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Does the UN migration pact really 'consider illegal immigration a human right'?
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According to the former presidential aspirant of Nigeria's Young People's Party, Professor Kingsley Moghalu, Nigeria must begin to consider population control as a means of addressing unemployment. On the side-lines of the ongoing annual conference of the section on business law of the Nigerian Bar Association, Professor Moghalu talked burning issues of state policing, security and unemployment with CNBC Africa's Christy Cole.
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Nigeria's President Muhammadu Buhari and President Patrice Talon of Benin have signed a landmark African trade pact at the African Union Summit in Niger.
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The incoming head of the European Commission said "effective and humane" measures are needed to solve the thorny issue of migration. Italy in particular has been calling for the EU's asylum rules to be changed.
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Sudan's government has signed a political declaration with rebels, calling it a major step toward ending years of civil war. A nationwide cease-fire was also extended as part of efforts to create a lasting peace.
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Cameroon will no longer benefit from a trade pact between the US and sub-Saharan African countries because of alleged "gross" human rights violations against its own citizens.
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Iran has stepped further away from its international nuclear pact by restarting uranium enrichment at its Fordo facility, state media have reported. Other parties have called on Iran to stick to the deal.
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Turkey's Recep Tayyip Erdogan met with EU leadership amid a migrant crisis at the Turkish-Greek border. Ursula von der Leyen and Charles Michel expressed a commitment to the 2016 EU-Turkey refugee pact.
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Australia's Scott Morison affirmed a defense pact with Japan during his visit to Tokyo. If the deal is ratified, it will allow the countries to share bases during military exercises and disaster missions.
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Moscow has said Washington's refusal to rejoin the surveillance transparency pact is a "blow to the European security system." There had been hopes the Biden administration would reverse the withdrawal.
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The Israeli prime minister hit out at a deal to end his second stint in office, pointing to promises by his former protege Naftali Bennett never to serve in government with centrist Yair Lapid.
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