Niger Delta $10b Infrastructure Fund – No Trace of Such Fund Anywhere, Say Stakeholders

[Guardian] Close to two years after the Federal Government launched the $10b Infrastructure Fund to stimulate development in the Niger Delta, there is no trace of the fund anywhere.In October 2016, the Federal Government launched the $10b Infrastructur…

[Guardian] Close to two years after the Federal Government launched the $10b Infrastructure Fund to stimulate development in the Niger Delta, there is no trace of the fund anywhere.In October 2016, the Federal Government launched the $10b Infrastructure Fund to end insurgency and introduce sustainable development in the region.

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria

ActionAid – Perceived Lack of Neutrality of Security Agencies Fuels Insecurity

[This Day] Abuja -ActionAid Nigeria has lamented that perceived lack of neutrality and professionalism on the part of security agencies has manifested into diverse forms of insecurity across the country.

[This Day] Abuja -ActionAid Nigeria has lamented that perceived lack of neutrality and professionalism on the part of security agencies has manifested into diverse forms of insecurity across the country.

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria

Rising Oil Prices Present Nigeria Opportunity for Economic Diversification

[This Day] In line with its forward looking strategy, and adapting to market demands, Propetrol Limited – owners of the Propel brand – will be opening new branches internationally, as well as diversifying further into the renewable energy market, MD/CE…

[This Day] In line with its forward looking strategy, and adapting to market demands, Propetrol Limited - owners of the Propel brand - will be opening new branches internationally, as well as diversifying further into the renewable energy market, MD/CEO Harry Ebohon tells Demola Ojo

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria

Man Who Made Presidential Chair Hopeful of Payment After 26 Years

[Nation] The government could pay millions of shillings in an out-of-court settlement for a presidential chair it returned to a designer it contracted after being used by former president Daniel arap Moi for a year.

[Nation] The government could pay millions of shillings in an out-of-court settlement for a presidential chair it returned to a designer it contracted after being used by former president Daniel arap Moi for a year.

source: AllAfrica News: Kenya

Zanu-PF Women’s League Wants Chiyangwa Arrested

[New Zimbabwe] ZANU PF’S women league has demanded the arrest of businessman and senior party official Phillip Chiyangwa arrested for corruptly acquiring land in Harare South.

[New Zimbabwe] ZANU PF'S women league has demanded the arrest of businessman and senior party official Phillip Chiyangwa arrested for corruptly acquiring land in Harare South.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Chamisa Charms Military, Vows to Depoliticise CIO

[New Zimbabwe] MDC Alliance presidential candidate Nelson Chamisa has pledged improved living standards for the country’s servicemen and to depoliticise the national spy agency which he says has been abused to torment opposition activists by the Zanu P…

[New Zimbabwe] MDC Alliance presidential candidate Nelson Chamisa has pledged improved living standards for the country's servicemen and to depoliticise the national spy agency which he says has been abused to torment opposition activists by the Zanu PF regime.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

MDC Alliance Hints At Gukurahundi Let-Off for Mugabe

[New Zimbabwe] THE MDC Alliance led by Nelson Chamisa has hinted at possible forgiveness for former Robert Mugabe whose erstwhile administration has been accused of sanctioning the killing of an estimated 20,000 civilians in Matebeleland and Midlands p…

[New Zimbabwe] THE MDC Alliance led by Nelson Chamisa has hinted at possible forgiveness for former Robert Mugabe whose erstwhile administration has been accused of sanctioning the killing of an estimated 20,000 civilians in Matebeleland and Midlands provinces.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Obote Storms Nadiope’s Home to Catch ‘Coup Plotters’

[Monitor] One night in the middle of January 1966, prime minister Milton Obote showed up unannounced at Plot 22 Queen Elizabeth Avenue in Upper Kololo, Kampala, which was the official residence of the vice president of Uganda, Sir William Wilberforce K…

[Monitor] One night in the middle of January 1966, prime minister Milton Obote showed up unannounced at Plot 22 Queen Elizabeth Avenue in Upper Kololo, Kampala, which was the official residence of the vice president of Uganda, Sir William Wilberforce Kadhumbula Nadiope.

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda