YouTube suspends President Trump’s channel for ‘a minimum’ of one week for violating the site’s policy

YouTube announced on Tuesday it is suspending President Trump’s channel for at least a week.   The video-sharing platform confirmed in a statement that a video uploaded to President Trump’s channel violated the site’s policy against inciting violence and as a result, the platform suspended his ability to share content on YouTube for at least seven days.   “After review, and in light of concerns about the ongoing potential for violence, we removed new content uploaded to Donald J. Trump’s channel for violating our policies. It now has its 1st…

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Governor Zulum suspends entire staff of a hospital for abandoning duty

The entire staff of the general hospital in Ngala, Borno State have been suspended by Governor Babagana Zulum for abandoning their duty.   The governor was said to have paid an unscheduled visit to the hospital on Monday morning, but the entire staff under the government payroll were absent.   They were reported to have abandoned the hospital to humanitarian workers of an international non-governmental organisation (NGO) managing hundreds of patients at the facility, including internally-displaced persons (IDPs).     Governor Babagana Zulum who expressed his disappointment during the unscheduled visit, was…

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Nigerian Army allegedly suspends voluntary retirement of soldiers

The Nigerian army has reportedly suspended approvals for voluntary retirement requests from soldiers, over the alleged mass application by several military personnel to quit service.   In an internal memo which was sent out in late March and made available to Premium Times, the Nigerian army disclosed that all forms 9B (military retirement application document) have been suspended and would no longer be made available to soldiers willing to voluntarily discharge from service.   Though the number of voluntary retirement applications the Nigerian army has gotten so far was not revealed in the memo, top…

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