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Mbaroni akidaiwa kusafirisha mirungi katika gari la kubeba maiti

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 Jeshi la Polisi mkoani Tanga limekamata kilo 133 za mirungi iliyokuwa ikisafirishwa katika gari la kubeba maiti lililokuwa likitoka mjini humo kwenda Dar es Salaam.

Mirungi hiyo iliyokuwa imefungwa kwenye mabunda 1,685 ilikuwa imehifadhiwa kwenye jokofu la kuhifadhia maiti lililopo katika gari hilo.

Akizungumza leo Jumatano Januari 13, 2021 kamanda wa polisi mkoani humo, Blasius Chatanda amesema gari hilo lilikamatwa katika kizuizi cha Polisi kilichopo barabara kuu ya Segera-Chalinze katika kijiji cha Manga kata ya Mkata Wilaya. ya Handeni mkoani Tanga.

Amesema gari hilo aina ya Volvo la kampuni ya Nuru Funeral Service lilikuwa likiendeshwa na Simon Tarimo (37).

Amesema dereva huyo anashikiliwa na polisi na kwamba alikuwa akirejea Dar es Salaam baada ya kupeleka mwili Wilaya ya Same Mkoa wa Kilimanjaro kwa mazishi.

“Dereva huyu aliweka mirungi kwenye mifuko sita zikiwa katika mabunda 1,685 sawa na kilo 133. Alizifunga kwenye jokofu linalotumika kuhifadhia maiti akidhani hatutamgundua” amesema Chatanda.

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Sudan: Intelligence Minister heads first official Israeli delegation to Khartoum

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The first official Israeli delegation to Sudan post-normalisation has been led by Intelligence Minister Eli Cohen, his ministry announced today. Sudan revealed on 23 October that it was normalising ties with Israel, although several political parties have rejected it.

According to the Ministry of Intelligence in Israel, the delegation met de facto head of state Lieutenant General Abdel Fattah Al-Burhan and Defence Minister Yassin Ibrahim for talks on diplomatic, security and economic issues. Cohen expressed his optimism that more countries in the region will follow Sudan and establish diplomatic relations with Israel.

“A first-ever memorandum on these topics was signed between the Sudanese defence minister and Cohen,” said the ministry. “The Sudanese authorities briefed the Israeli delegation on their progress towards cancelling the law boycotting Israel, and amending the law imprisoning Sudanese migrants, including those in Israel, who will return to Sudan.”

READ: Israel officially opens embassy in the UAE

The sides also discussed “deepening intelligence cooperation” and are likely to look into the building of desalination plants and renewable-energy infrastructure in Sudan. Moreover, Israel is expected to provide the Sudanese with guidance in agriculture.

Furthermore, it was agreed that a Sudanese delegation will travel to Israel soon, despite the protests against normalisation which have continued in Sudan. Organised by the Popular Forces against Normalisation, dozens of protesters gathered in front of the headquarters of the Ministerial Council in Khartoum earlier this month and burned the Israeli flag.

“The nation wants to drop normalisation,” they chanted. “Down with the government of normalisation… Resignation, resignation for the collaboration government.” They also raised placards with “Normalisation is a crime and betrayal to Blessed Al-Aqsa” on them.

READ: Sudan to dismantle Israel Boycott Act, following UAE

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Russian corona vaccine registered in Iran

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Russian corona vaccine registered in Iran

As Zarif said, Iran has approved Russia’s Sputnik V vaccine and plans to both import it and produce it, giving the Middle East’s worst-hit country a tool to fight the spread of COVID-19.

“The Sputnik V vaccine was yesterday also registered and approved by our health authorities,” Zarif said at a meeting with his Russian counterpart, Sergei Lavrov, in Moscow on Tuesday.

“In the near future, we hope to be able to purchase it, as well as start joint production.”

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Tinubu gave me N2m to fuel my car – Sunday Igboho

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Popular Yoruba rights activist, Sunday Adeyemo, well known as Sunday Igboho, has revealed that the National Leader of the All Progressives Congress (APC), Bola Ahmed Tinubu, gave him the sum of N2 million to fuel his car after visiting him.

Igboho disclosed this during an Instagram Live Chat with media mogul, Dele Momodu, on Tuesday.

According to him, he met Tinubu during the build-up to the Ondo State governorship election, which involved a former Governor of the state, Olusegun Mimiko.

Igboho claimed that another former Oyo State governor, Rasheed Ladoja, told him that Tinubu wanted to see him at his Bourdillon residence in Lagos.

He then travelled to meet with Tinubu, who persuaded him not to support the Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) in the election, because the party impeached Ladoja as governor in 2006.

Tinubu then doled out N2 million for him to fuel his vehicle back to his base.

Igboho denied making his money from thuggery, adding that he is a businessman, who is into cars.

Tinubu gave me N2m to fuel my car – Sunday Igboho

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