Nigeria Records 33 New Cases of Obstetric Fistula Every Day

[This Day] The Country Project Manager, Fistula Care Plus, Chief Iyeme Efem, has stated that at least 33 new cases of obstetric fistula emerge every day in Nigeria, bring the number of new cases to 12,000 every year.

[This Day] The Country Project Manager, Fistula Care Plus, Chief Iyeme Efem, has stated that at least 33 new cases of obstetric fistula emerge every day in Nigeria, bring the number of new cases to 12,000 every year.

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria

Govt Fails to Implement Report of Presidential Committee On Police Reform

[This Day] The federal government has failed to fund the Nigeria Police in line with the report of the Presidential Committee on Police Reforms in Nigeria that recommended an estimate of N2.8 trillion be spent in a period of five years to radically tra…

[This Day] The federal government has failed to fund the Nigeria Police in line with the report of the Presidential Committee on Police Reforms in Nigeria that recommended an estimate of N2.8 trillion be spent in a period of five years to radically transform the police, Lagos State Governor, Mr. Akinwunmi Ambode, disclosed wednesday.

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria

Roadmap – ‘Mining Sector Contributes N3 Billion to Economy’

[Daily Trust] Jos -The Chairman of the Mining Implementation and Strategy Team (MIST), Professor Gbenga Okunlola, has said that the mining sector has raised the nation’s revenue profile from N600 million to N3 billion since the approval of the mining r…

[Daily Trust] Jos -The Chairman of the Mining Implementation and Strategy Team (MIST), Professor Gbenga Okunlola, has said that the mining sector has raised the nation's revenue profile from N600 million to N3 billion since the approval of the mining roadmap 18 months ago.

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria

When ‘Fresh Thinking’ Becomes the Norm

[This Day] In line with the theme of the 2017 edition of the Lagos Advertising Ideas Festival, agencies and other participants who flexed their muscles to determine the best creative works, re-established the place of creativity and innovation in moder…

[This Day] In line with the theme of the 2017 edition of the Lagos Advertising Ideas Festival, agencies and other participants who flexed their muscles to determine the best creative works, re-established the place of creativity and innovation in modern advertising.

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria

Buhari’s Cows Faring Better Than Nigerians – Governor’s Aide

[Premium Times] An aide to the Akwa Ibom governor has accused Nigeria’s President Muhammadu Buhari of abandoning the people to economic hardship and fuel crisis, while according more care to his cows.

[Premium Times] An aide to the Akwa Ibom governor has accused Nigeria's President Muhammadu Buhari of abandoning the people to economic hardship and fuel crisis, while according more care to his cows.

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria

Cricket Players Report to Camp

[Nation] Kenya Under-19 cricket team enters residential training camp on Thursday to prepare for 2018 Under-19 World Cup set for New Zealand from January 13 to February 3.

[Nation] Kenya Under-19 cricket team enters residential training camp on Thursday to prepare for 2018 Under-19 World Cup set for New Zealand from January 13 to February 3.

source: AllAfrica News: Kenya

Vodafone Zambia’s Music Streaming Service ‘Is Different to Everywhere Else’ and It’s Also Planning Other Digital Content Services

[Digital Content Africa] Music streaming services have had some success in Sub-Saharan Africa but it has tended to be in the larger country markets. This week we talk to Vodafone Zambia’s B2B Director Hassan Abbas about how it has tackled music streami…

[Digital Content Africa] Music streaming services have had some success in Sub-Saharan Africa but it has tended to be in the larger country markets. This week we talk to Vodafone Zambia's B2B Director Hassan Abbas about how it has tackled music streaming and how it might adopt the same approach with other upcoming services.

source: AllAfrica News: Zambia

Govt, Botswana to Ink MOUs

[The Herald] Botswana and Zimbabwe are expected to sign various memoranda of understanding in the coming few months once current engagements between the two Governments are completed. This was said by Botswana’s Minister of International Affairs and Co…

[The Herald] Botswana and Zimbabwe are expected to sign various memoranda of understanding in the coming few months once current engagements between the two Governments are completed. This was said by Botswana's Minister of International Affairs and Cooperation, Dr Pelonomi Venson-Moitoi after paying a courtesy call on President Emmerson Mnangagwa at his Munhumutapa Offices yesterday.

source: AllAfrica News: Botswana