Court to Rule On Nnamdi Kanu’s Bail Application April 25

[This Day] Abuja -The Abuja division of the Federal High Court hearing the case of alleged treasonable felony against the leader of the Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB), Nnamdi Kanu and three others has fixed April 25 to decide whether it would grant…

[This Day] Abuja -The Abuja division of the Federal High Court hearing the case of alleged treasonable felony against the leader of the Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB), Nnamdi Kanu and three others has fixed April 25 to decide whether it would grant a fresh application for bail presented before it by the defendants.

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria

Govt, Unicef Sign N297 Million MOU for Malnourished Children

[Daily Trust] Kano -The Kano State government has signed a N297m MoU with UNICEF for the supply of Ready-to-Use Therapeutic-Food (RUTF) to treat malnourished children in Kano State.

[Daily Trust] Kano -The Kano State government has signed a N297m MoU with UNICEF for the supply of Ready-to-Use Therapeutic-Food (RUTF) to treat malnourished children in Kano State.

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Ministers Made, Moyo’s Command Agriculture Claims Trashed

[The Herald] Felex Share -Government used only $190 million under the Command Agriculture Programme, contrary to claims by Higher and Tertiary Education, Science and Technology Development Minister Professor Jonathan Moyo that $500 million went towards…

[The Herald] Felex Share -Government used only $190 million under the Command Agriculture Programme, contrary to claims by Higher and Tertiary Education, Science and Technology Development Minister Professor Jonathan Moyo that $500 million went towards the scheme. Statistics from the Office of the President and Cabinet show that from the $190 million, $30 million went to the Presidential Inputs Support Scheme. The revelation comes as Agriculture, Mechanisation and Irrigation Development Minister Dr Joseph Made yesterday said the tw

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Minister Dinha Raps Newsday Over First Lady Report

[The Herald] First Lady Amai Grace Mugabe was legally offered land near her Children’s Home in Mazowe contrary to claims by the NewsDay that she grabbed the Arnold farm, an official has said. Mashonaland Central Minister of State for Provincial Affairs…

[The Herald] First Lady Amai Grace Mugabe was legally offered land near her Children's Home in Mazowe contrary to claims by the NewsDay that she grabbed the Arnold farm, an official has said. Mashonaland Central Minister of State for Provincial Affairs Advocate Martin Dinha said it was disturbing that the NewsDay had developed a habit of ridiculing the First Family particularly Amai Mugabe over Manzou Farm, despite being in the picture of the goings on.

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300,000 Households to Get Solar Power

[The Herald] At least 300 000 rural households are set to be solar-powered under a $4 million facility aimed at eliminating use of non-renewable energy sources. The project roll-out will start with an initial 24 000 households in Mhondoro-Ngezi, before…

[The Herald] At least 300 000 rural households are set to be solar-powered under a $4 million facility aimed at eliminating use of non-renewable energy sources. The project roll-out will start with an initial 24 000 households in Mhondoro-Ngezi, before it spreads to other districts of Mashonaland West Province and the country. It is a partnership between Mhondoro-Ngezi Rural District Council, Zonful Energy and other partners.

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Journalists Force Way Into Closed Session for Mugabe’s Speech

[The Herald] Journalists from all over the world covering the ongoing African Economic Platform (AEP) here yesterday could not stomach missing the chance of capturing President Mugabe’s speech live and forced their way into a closed session when they r…

[The Herald] Journalists from all over the world covering the ongoing African Economic Platform (AEP) here yesterday could not stomach missing the chance of capturing President Mugabe's speech live and forced their way into a closed session when they realised it was his turn to make a contribution. The journalists had been calm all along when other speakers took to the floor, while following proceedings from giant screens in the media centre, but all of a sudden they stormed the entrance when the President's turn to sp

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