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WhatsApp Is Banning Anybody Who Does Any Of These 10 Things!

Compiled By Beltha Mokube , Tuesday March 19, 2019. f WhatsApp is a freeware and cross-platform messaging and Voice over IP service owned by Facebook. The application allows the sending of text messages and voice calls, as well as video calls, images and other media, documents, and user location. According to ZeeBiz WebTeam, WhatsApp is very strict regarding implementation of …

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Kazakh President Beats Paul Biya In The Game, Announces Resignation.

Kazakh President Beats Paul Biya In The Game, Announces Resignation.

By Eric Tataw – Tuesday March 19, 2019.  President Nursultan Nazarbaev of Kazakhstan has resigned. The President of Kazakhstan, a Central Asian country and former Soviet republic that extends from the Caspian Sea in the West to the Altai Mountains at its Eastern border with China and Russia has resigned, National Telegraph has gathered. President Nursultan Nazarbaev, 78 made this …

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Cameroon: Strapping Wind, Heavy Rain Hit Douala.

Cameroon: Strapping Wind, Heavy Rain Hit Douala.

By Promise Dinga – Tuesday March 19, 2019. A National Telegraph reporter took this picture of one of the affected areas in Bonaberi, Douala. The economic capital of the Central African country of Cameroon has been seriously battered by a strapping wind and heavy rainfall, locals have told National Telegraph. Hundreds of residents within Douala, the Economic capital of Cameroon …

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Paul Biya Sends Atanga Nji Paul And They Blundered In Mbileme, Meyomessi.

Paul Biya Sends Atanga Nji Paul And They Blundered In Mbileme, Meyomessi.

By Celestine Betingi – Monday March 18, 2019. Picture of Minister Atanga Nji extracted from a video of his visit sent to National Telegraph. Wonders they say shall never end, an observer said while describing the attitude of the Cameroonian government as nonchalant and only geared towards letting the populations of the English-speaking regions that they are indeed not part …

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