In Whose Interest Is National Interest?

[Daily Trust] These are definitely not the best of times for Senator Matthew Uroghide the People’s Democratic Party (PDP) Senator representing Edo Central. Last week he was jostled, abused and physically threatened by All Progressives Congress (APC) su…

[Daily Trust] These are definitely not the best of times for Senator Matthew Uroghide the People's Democratic Party (PDP) Senator representing Edo Central. Last week he was jostled, abused and physically threatened by All Progressives Congress (APC) supporters at the Benin Airport. The Distinguished Senator's "offence" was that he moved a motion in the Upper Chamber to activate Section 143 of the Nigerian Constitution which deals with the impeachment of the President. His justification is the behind the scenes payment o

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria

Chamber of Commerce Elections Twice Postponed

[Observer] The executive members of the Liberia Chamber of Commerce (LCC) have for the second time suspended the much anticipated 67th annual general meeting and election, this time for undisclosed reasons.

[Observer] The executive members of the Liberia Chamber of Commerce (LCC) have for the second time suspended the much anticipated 67th annual general meeting and election, this time for undisclosed reasons.

The Royal Tour – the Other Side of President Kagame

[New Times] It will, one suspects, be repeated several times over the coming months, and however many times it is repeated, it will still be the most watched programme on Rwanda’s national broadcaster, RBA.

[New Times] It will, one suspects, be repeated several times over the coming months, and however many times it is repeated, it will still be the most watched programme on Rwanda's national broadcaster, RBA.

source: AllAfrica News: Rwanda

TUK Whips Striking Dons Back to Lecture Halls

[Capital FM] Nairobi -The Technical University of Kenya (TUK) Senate has ordered a resumption of academic activities at the institution beginning Wednesday following normalization of operations.

[Capital FM] Nairobi -The Technical University of Kenya (TUK) Senate has ordered a resumption of academic activities at the institution beginning Wednesday following normalization of operations.

source: AllAfrica News: Kenya

I&M Bank Honors Former Employees Killed in Genocide

[New Times] As Rwanda commemorates the 24th genocide against Tutsi in 1994, I&M Bank also joined various institutions as they continue to remember their employees killed during the genocide against Tutsi.

[New Times] As Rwanda commemorates the 24th genocide against Tutsi in 1994, I&M Bank also joined various institutions as they continue to remember their employees killed during the genocide against Tutsi.

source: AllAfrica News: Rwanda

Chamisa Rushes to Supreme Court Over Party Name

[New Zimbabwe] The MDC-T faction led by Nelson Chamisa has approached the Supreme Court seeking an order to set aside the High Court ruling that Thokozani Khupe faction must continue using the party’s name and logo.

[New Zimbabwe] The MDC-T faction led by Nelson Chamisa has approached the Supreme Court seeking an order to set aside the High Court ruling that Thokozani Khupe faction must continue using the party's name and logo.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Opposition Leader Chamisa Challenges Khupe Verdict

[The Herald] MDC -T’s controversially appointed president Mr Nelson Chamisa, who last week cast aspersions on the Judiciary, is now contesting a High Court verdict allowing his rival Dr Thokozani Khupe to use the party name and symbols.

[The Herald] MDC -T's controversially appointed president Mr Nelson Chamisa, who last week cast aspersions on the Judiciary, is now contesting a High Court verdict allowing his rival Dr Thokozani Khupe to use the party name and symbols.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

5 000 Registered Voters Dead – Elections Body

[The Herald] At least 5 000 registered voters have died before the finalisation of the biometric voter registration exercise, a senior Zimbabwe Electoral Commission (ZEC) has revealed.

[The Herald] At least 5 000 registered voters have died before the finalisation of the biometric voter registration exercise, a senior Zimbabwe Electoral Commission (ZEC) has revealed.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe