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Britain's Prince Harry and his wife Meghan, Duchess of Sussex, arrive at the Endeavour Fund Awards in London, Britain, March 5, 2020. REUTERS/Hannah McKay/File Photo/File Photo

Britain’s Prince Harry has said he feared “history repeating itself” in relation to Princess Diana’s death as he recounted his royal life with wife Meghan in the couple’s much anticipated interview with Oprah Winfrey.

US television network CBS has released two 30-second excerpts from Oprah With Meghan And Harry: A CBS Primetime Special, which is set to air at 8pm Eastern Time in the US on Sunday – or 1.00am Monday UK time.

The first video begins with Oprah asking Meghan if she was “silent or silenced”, with Meghan’s answer not revealed.

She then asks Meghan: “Almost unsurvivable. Sounds like there was a breaking point?” The clip then quickly cuts to the duke commenting: “My biggest fear was history repeating itself.” 


In the second video, Harry says he is grateful to have had Meghan’s support throughout his exit from royal life, while also expressing admiration for what his mother Diana, Princess of Wales, had to endure under similar circumstances.

He tells Winfrey: “I’m just really relieved and happy to be sitting here, talking to you, with my wife by my side, because I can’t begin to imagine what it must have been like for her, going through this process by herself, all those years ago. 


“Because it has been unbelievably tough for the two of us, but at least we had each other.”

It comes days after Harry’s appearance on US talk show The Late Late Show, in which he told host James Cordon the “toxic” atmosphere created by the British press is what forced him and his family to leave the UK. By John Besley, The Telegraph



Ghana has yet again been thrown into the ‘unpleasant’ debate over protection for the Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Queer, Inter-sexed community in Ghana and whether their activities should be legalised.

Actor and presenter of Real News on UTV Ghana, Akwasi Boadi, popularly known as Akrobeto has waded into the ongoing conversation calling the international community not to dictate to Ghanaians on what to accept as a lifestyle.

According to him, he finds it difficult that whiles other countries are coming up with scientific solutions to the coronavirus so their people could be saved, Ghana is rather debating on an ‘unnecessary’ issue as rights and protections for people who identify as LGBTQ+.

Citing a publication by Prof Gyampo with title ‘We put food in the mouth, not in the armpit’ on, Akrobeto said he completely agreed with the good professor and called on Ghanaians not to waste time debating about such a topic when others are far ahead of us in terms of development.

He said Ghana should by now have been able to assemble its finest scientists to come up with local solutions to the coronavirus but unfortunately Ghana has not learnt anything from the pandemic.

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“When this disease came, see how these white people sat down and planned to come up with solutions to the coronavirus, but Ghana hasn’t learned anything…by this time we should have our own locally made vaccines especially when people do not trust what is being brought to us, our scientists should have a local solution by now but no, not Ghana, we don’t learn from any good thing.

“We only spend our time and energy on useless things. God created the penis that when it erects it should go into a woman,” he said.

Akrobeto dared Ghana’s donor partners to take their financial support away since the country will not legalise homosexual activities in his lifetime.

“Don’t dictate to us, if because we will not accept your lifestyle you will not give us money, take your money and leave us alone…”, an angry Akrobeto said on his show. News Of Africa

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Rwanda’s High Court Chamber for International and Cross-border Crimes on Friday ruled that it has jurisdiction to try Paul Rusesabagina, whose actions inspired the film “Hotel Rwanda,” on the charges of terrorism financing, armed robbery, abduction, arson, attempted murder, assault, and battery.

During the 1994 genocide, Rusesabagina used his connections and position as hotel manager to rescue fleeing Tutsi ethnic group members who were at a risk of being slaughtered by members of the Hutu ethnic group. He left Rwanda in 1996, and has since been a critic of the Rwandan Patriotic Front government and President Paul Kagame’s leadership.

Rusesabagina had questioned the jurisdiction of the Rwanda court, since he is a citizen of Belgium. The prosecution had argued that Rusesabagina is a dual citizen as he has not renounced his Rwandan citizenship. The three-judge panel found that courts in both Rwanda and Belgium have the jurisdiction to try the case, and that there is no justifiable ground for moving the case to a Belgian court.

The judges stated that “[the] arguments by Rusesabagina that he should not be tried by this court are baseless. There is no reason this court cannot try him. Court finds that the High Court Chamber for International and Cross Border Crimes has the jurisdiction to try Rusesabagina given the grave nature of crimes he faces.”

Rusesabagina was charged in September for 13 crimes, later reduced to nine. According to the Penal Code of Rwanda, the maximum penalties for these crimes range from 10 years to life imprisonment. Following the ruling, Rusesabagina’s lawyer expressed his client’s dissatisfaction with the court’s decision. He stated, “I want the registrar to note that the client I represent wants to appeal against the decision that has just been made by this court.” - Esther Chihaavi, U. Nairobi School of Law, KE / JURIST


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