Mai Fatty Assures Senegalese PM of Greater Cooperation in Peace, Security

[Daily Observer] The Interior Minister Mai Ahmad Fatty on Thursday met with the Prime Minister of Senegal Abdoulla Boun Dione, assuring him of greater cooperation in the areas of peace and security.

[Daily Observer] The Interior Minister Mai Ahmad Fatty on Thursday met with the Prime Minister of Senegal Abdoulla Boun Dione, assuring him of greater cooperation in the areas of peace and security.

source: AllAfrica News: Gambia

GPFCCU Holds 18th AGM

[Daily Observer] The Gambia Police Force Cooperative Credit Union (GPFCCU) recently held its 18 Annual General Meeting (AGM) on the theme: “The Authentic” Differences” at a ceremony held at the Lower River Region.

[Daily Observer] The Gambia Police Force Cooperative Credit Union (GPFCCU) recently held its 18 Annual General Meeting (AGM) on the theme: "The Authentic" Differences" at a ceremony held at the Lower River Region.

source: AllAfrica News: Gambia

No Documents Were Presented for Apam Mining Licensing

[Daily Observer] The assistant director of the Department of Geology on Thursday told the three-member Commission of Inquiry that there were no documents surrendered to them for licensing of the Alhamdulillah Petroleum Mineral (APAM).

[Daily Observer] The assistant director of the Department of Geology on Thursday told the three-member Commission of Inquiry that there were no documents surrendered to them for licensing of the Alhamdulillah Petroleum Mineral (APAM).

source: AllAfrica News: Gambia

One Hospitalised, As Armed Robbers Hit Two Villages in Nbr

[Daily Observer] The North Bank Region (NBR) of The Gambia, being one of the regions prone to armed robbery has again been hit with robbery after armed robbers broke into shops, and made their ways out with cash in separate attacks.

[Daily Observer] The North Bank Region (NBR) of The Gambia, being one of the regions prone to armed robbery has again been hit with robbery after armed robbers broke into shops, and made their ways out with cash in separate attacks.

source: AllAfrica News: Gambia

Fishing for Fishes You Already Have

[Observer] The government of Liberia and other employers normally address the high unemployment rate in this country by stating that many citizens are not educationally qualified as well as do not have the requisite experiences. These defensive mechani…

[Observer] The government of Liberia and other employers normally address the high unemployment rate in this country by stating that many citizens are not educationally qualified as well as do not have the requisite experiences. These defensive mechanisms have been proven otherwise. Because there are lots of highly qualified individuals, especially youths, whose knowledge had been underutilized due to misplacement at job sites if the opportunities are given them, some understandings of the matter also deteriorate bec

source: AllAfrica News: Liberia

Business – IREDD Launches Campaign for Fairer Tax Governance, Reforms

[Observer] Harold Aidoo, Executive Director for IREDD “We are prepared to raise awareness on domestic resource mobilization through fairer tax governancer and reforms

[Observer] Harold Aidoo, Executive Director for IREDD "We are prepared to raise awareness on domestic resource mobilization through fairer tax governancer and reforms

source: AllAfrica News: Liberia

Govt Discontinues Towing Levy Policy

[Ghana Govt.] The Government of Ghana says it will discontinue the implementation of the mandatory towing levy which was scheduled to start on 1st July, 2017, a press release signed by the Minister for Transport, Hon. Kwaku Ofori Asiamah, has indicated.

[Ghana Govt.] The Government of Ghana says it will discontinue the implementation of the mandatory towing levy which was scheduled to start on 1st July, 2017, a press release signed by the Minister for Transport, Hon. Kwaku Ofori Asiamah, has indicated.

source: AllAfrica News: Ghana

South West – Floods Kill One,Leave 34 Homeless

[Cameroon Tribune] Njongo (Kupe-Muanenguba) – Life seams unbearable now in Upper Nkongho-Mbo in Nguti Sub-Division of Kupe-Muanenguba following an early morning flood that swept through seven villages of the area killing one Clement Fosong, 95. The flo…

[Cameroon Tribune] Njongo (Kupe-Muanenguba) - Life seams unbearable now in Upper Nkongho-Mbo in Nguti Sub-Division of Kupe-Muanenguba following an early morning flood that swept through seven villages of the area killing one Clement Fosong, 95. The floods also left some 34 persons homeless. According to the Divisional Officer for Nguti, Kombe Henry Pasang, the displaced persons are now taking refuge in the local health centre in Njongo village and the Chief's Palace in Fonveng. Informed about the incident, Kombe Henry rushed

source: AllAfrica News: Cameroon

Logbessou – Electricity Kills Technician

[Cameroon Tribune] After repairing a flat screen of his client, a technician by name Amos had begun testing the appliance in his client’s sitting room at the Logbessou neighbourhood Saturday when it exploded. The thirty-nine years TV repairer who died …

[Cameroon Tribune] After repairing a flat screen of his client, a technician by name Amos had begun testing the appliance in his client's sitting room at the Logbessou neighbourhood Saturday when it exploded. The thirty-nine years TV repairer who died instantly from the electrocution had plugged the gadget to electric current to prove to his client that it was now alright for use. The corpse was conveyed to a local hospital mortuary while waiting to inform his family members.

source: AllAfrica News: Cameroon