Electoral College Vote Seals Trump Victory As US Next President

President-elect Donald Trump has received a majority in the US Electoral College as votes from Texas electors put him over the 270 threshold.

Monday’s result confirmed as expected Trump’s election as the 45th president of the United States.

The Electoral College appeared unswayed by a last-ditch bid by die-hard opponents to bar the Republican’s path to the White House.

Six weeks after his upset victory over the Democrat Hillary Clinton, Trump sailed past the 270 votes needed to make his victory official, clearing the way for him to succeed Barack Obama on January 20.

Idris Elba Is 44 Today & Might Be The Next James Bond

Idris Elba turns 44 on Tuesday (6 September) and what a year he’s had. From starring in six movies released in cinemas including Star Trek Beyond, Bastille Day and Zootropolis and launching his own clothing line with clothing brand Superdry, he’s been busy. He’s even been awarded an OBE!

Aside that,Ron Howard has backed Idris Elba to be the next James Bond – and says that the British actor has the right ‘presence’ to play 007.

The Oscar winning director of A Beautiful Mind is currently working with Elba on the big screen adaptation of Stephen King’s The Dark Tower.’

But Ron, who is co-producing the film, seems mightily impressed by what he has seen of the star so far.

He told Radio Times: ‘He’s got such a presence, and is so cool. I’d love to see him as Bond.’

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Kylie Jenner Reportedly Planning To Be The Next Nicki Minaj, Embarks On A Rap Career

Kylie Jenner Plans To Be The ‘Next Nicki Minaj’ As She Embarks On A Rap Career, a report claims.

“Kylie has been in the studio the last couple of months with her rapper boyfriend, Tyga, recording her first song,” a source said, and clearly she thinks she’s pretty good, as Kylizzle “thinks she’s going to be the next Nicki Minaj.”
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Buhari Vows To Recover Billions Of Stolen Money In The Next Three Months

President Muhammadu Buhari Tuesday in Abuja assured State Governors that the days of impunity, lack of accountability, and fiscal recklessness in the management of national resources are  over in Nigeria.

Speaking at a meeting with the Governors in the Presidential Villa, President Buhari  also vowed that funds stolen  by government officials who abused their offices in the recent past will  be recovered and systemic leakages stopped.

“There are financial and administrative instructions in every government parastatal and agency. But all these were thrown to the dogs in the past. Honestly, our problems are great, but we will do our best to surmount them.

“The next three months may be hard, but billions of dollars can be recovered, and we will do our best, ” the President told the governors.

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