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Malawi Police chief Dzonzi denies resignation rumours

Police Chief DzonziAccording to Zodiak radio and social media there are strong reports going around that Malawi’s Inspector General of Police Lot Dzonzi has resigned.

Dzonzi has dismissed the reports as just rumours even though they are getting louder by the day.

"No, I don't know anything about that. I haven't resigned. I am home sick," said Dzonzi.

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He’s no pope Francis - T.B. Joshua turns gay man straight

T.B. Joshua

In the wake of Nigeria’s anti-gay bill signed into law by President Goodluck Jonathan, the nation’s popular televangelist, T.B. Joshua addressed the issue of homosexuality during a live broadcast of his Sunday Service on his own television network, Emmanuel TV. A young man by the name of Tedus visited T.B. Joshua’s church and was apparently delivered from a ‘demon’ which he claimed was the cause of his homosexual lifestyle.

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Ken Msonda: 'Leadership of President Joyce Banda is a calling from God'

Malawi President Joyce BandaBLANTYRE (MaraPost)--Malawi's President Joyce Banda was called by God to be the leader to change the dynamics of politics in the country for the next 50 years, ruling People's Party (PP) deputy spokesperson Ken Msonda observed.

The outspoken PP deputy spokesperson claims President Banda has made some political risks that were avoided by previous Presidents and that she has replaced politics of hate with love and forgiveness.

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President Salva Kiir accuses UN workers in his country of siding with rebel fighters seeking to overthrow him.

President Salva KiirThe relationship between South Sudan and the United Nations (UN) is souring during a critical time of conflict and mass death inside the world's newest country. 

After a month of fighting between President Salva Kiir's government and rebels loyal to former Vice President Riek Machar, the UN suddenly finds itself under verbal attack from South Sudan.

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