Northern Region (Gonjaland) Takes Turn At Commission of Inquiry On New Regions

[Ghana Govt.] Queen Boris Afanety, a queen mother of the Bole Traditional area in Gonjaland, has said the creation of new region for Gonjaland would bring development to the area and stop young girls from rushing to Accra to work as head porters (Kayay…

[Ghana Govt.] Queen Boris Afanety, a queen mother of the Bole Traditional area in Gonjaland, has said the creation of new region for Gonjaland would bring development to the area and stop young girls from rushing to Accra to work as head porters (Kayayei).

source: AllAfrica News: Ghana

Bono East Takes Turn At Commission of Inquiry On New Regions

[Ghana Govt.] Madam Ruth Debrah, an opinion leader of Bono East who resides in the Techiman South Municipality, has bemoaned the rush of its youth to Accra in search for jobs.

[Ghana Govt.] Madam Ruth Debrah, an opinion leader of Bono East who resides in the Techiman South Municipality, has bemoaned the rush of its youth to Accra in search for jobs.

source: AllAfrica News: Ghana

Traffic Paralysed As Striking Taxi Operators Block Mbale-Tirinyi Road

[Monitor] Traffic was on Thursday paralysed for several hours after taxi operators and boda boda riders in Mbale Town blocked Mbale- Tirinyi road in protest against the poor state of the road.

[Monitor] Traffic was on Thursday paralysed for several hours after taxi operators and boda boda riders in Mbale Town blocked Mbale- Tirinyi road in protest against the poor state of the road.

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda

OPEC Decides Nigeria’s Oil Output Today

[Leadership] Abuja -The Organisation of the petroleum exporting Countries (OPEC) will today debate on whether to cap oil output from Nigeria and Libya, which have so far been excluded from supply curbs due to falling production amid unrest.

[Leadership] Abuja -The Organisation of the petroleum exporting Countries (OPEC) will today debate on whether to cap oil output from Nigeria and Libya, which have so far been excluded from supply curbs due to falling production amid unrest.

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria

China’s Development in the New Era – Opportunities for Africa and the Gambia

[The Point] The recent 19th National Congress of the Communist Party of China attracted worldwide attention as it has huge influence on China and the world at large. The most significant outcome of the Congress is the formation and establishment of Xi …

[The Point] The recent 19th National Congress of the Communist Party of China attracted worldwide attention as it has huge influence on China and the world at large. The most significant outcome of the Congress is the formation and establishment of Xi Jinping's thought on socialism with Chinese characteristics for a new era. The most important message is that socialism with Chinese characteristics enters a new era, in other words, a new era for China's development has been ushered in.

source: AllAfrica News: Gambia

Gambia Will Not Allow Religious Extremism

[The Point] Gambia’s Information minister has said that the government will never allow religious extremists to come and sow seeds of divisions among the population through their propagations.

[The Point] Gambia's Information minister has said that the government will never allow religious extremists to come and sow seeds of divisions among the population through their propagations.

source: AllAfrica News: Gambia

President Ernest Bai Koroma Arrives in Banjul Today

[The Point] His Excellency, Mr Ernest Bai Koroma, President of Sierra Leone, is expected to arrive in Banjul today, at 12 midday, a media dispatch from presidency confirms.

[The Point] His Excellency, Mr Ernest Bai Koroma, President of Sierra Leone, is expected to arrive in Banjul today, at 12 midday, a media dispatch from presidency confirms.

source: AllAfrica News: Sierra Leone

Gambia Expects Big Oil Companies to Discuss New Deals

[The Point] The Gambia’s oil and gas exploration potentials conveyed at a recent investor forum in London has seduced a spectrum of international oil companies who are expected to visit Banjul soon to begin discussions on next steps.

[The Point] The Gambia's oil and gas exploration potentials conveyed at a recent investor forum in London has seduced a spectrum of international oil companies who are expected to visit Banjul soon to begin discussions on next steps.

source: AllAfrica News: Gambia