Police Uncover Fake Military Training Base in Ogun, Arrest Three

[Daily Trust] Abeokuta -The Ogun State Police Command yesterday said a fake military training ground has been busted and three persons suspected to be members of the operators arrested.

[Daily Trust] Abeokuta -The Ogun State Police Command yesterday said a fake military training ground has been busted and three persons suspected to be members of the operators arrested.

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria

Section of RVR Hangs on Via Court Injunction

[East African] Rift Valley Railways is still holding onto its concession in Uganda after it went to court a day before its notice of termination was to expire and got an injunction against the government, seeking to be allowed to renegotiate the deal.

[East African] Rift Valley Railways is still holding onto its concession in Uganda after it went to court a day before its notice of termination was to expire and got an injunction against the government, seeking to be allowed to renegotiate the deal.

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda

‘Equip Clinics With Diabetes Testing Equipment’

[The Herald] There is need to encourage girls and women to seek diagnosis and treatment for ailments that may prevent them from achieving positive health outcomes, Harare Provincial Affairs Minister Miriam Chikukwa has said. Speaking during the World D…

[The Herald] There is need to encourage girls and women to seek diagnosis and treatment for ailments that may prevent them from achieving positive health outcomes, Harare Provincial Affairs Minister Miriam Chikukwa has said. Speaking during the World Diabetes Day commemorations in Harare yesterday, Minister Chikukwa said many women with gestational diabetes experience pregnancy complications, which include high blood pressure, large birth weight babies and obstructed labour.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Crude Oil Extraction and Export Postponed Again

[East African] Uncertainty continues to dog Kenya’s Early Oil Pilot scheme (EOPS) as it becomes apparent that a plan to start small-scale oil exportation next month is not feasible.

[East African] Uncertainty continues to dog Kenya's Early Oil Pilot scheme (EOPS) as it becomes apparent that a plan to start small-scale oil exportation next month is not feasible.

source: AllAfrica News: Kenya

Counting Losses as Diplomacy Fails to Stop Auction of Kenyan Cows

[East African] For Nkabanni Nkirandu, a Kenyan livestock farmer, life may never be the same again. Last month, he lost his entire herd to Tanzanian authorities who auctioned his cattle for grazing in the neighbouring country.

[East African] For Nkabanni Nkirandu, a Kenyan livestock farmer, life may never be the same again. Last month, he lost his entire herd to Tanzanian authorities who auctioned his cattle for grazing in the neighbouring country.

source: AllAfrica News: Kenya

Govt to Auction 10,000 Cows Seized From Ugandan, Rwandan Herders

[East African] Tanzania will sell-off more than 10,000 head of cattle belonging to Ugandan and Rwandan herders that was seized after crossing the border, a minister told Parliament Monday.

[East African] Tanzania will sell-off more than 10,000 head of cattle belonging to Ugandan and Rwandan herders that was seized after crossing the border, a minister told Parliament Monday.

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda

Kayihura Sued Over Parliament Fracas

[Independent (Kampala)] Three concerned citizens have petitioned court challenging the actions of the Inspector General of Government, in deploying policemen and military soldiers inside Parliament on 26th and 27th September, that was in excess of his …

[Independent (Kampala)] Three concerned citizens have petitioned court challenging the actions of the Inspector General of Government, in deploying policemen and military soldiers inside Parliament on 26th and 27th September, that was in excess of his authority.

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda

Strained Relations as Kenyan Cows Stray Across Border Into Tanzania

[East African] Diplomatic relations between Kenya and Tanzania have been strained over the seizure and sale of 1,125 cattle belonging to Kenyan Maasai herders; Tanzania is in the process of auctioning another 2,400 cattle for crossing into Mount Kilima…

[East African] Diplomatic relations between Kenya and Tanzania have been strained over the seizure and sale of 1,125 cattle belonging to Kenyan Maasai herders; Tanzania is in the process of auctioning another 2,400 cattle for crossing into Mount Kilimanjaro National Park in search of pasture.

source: AllAfrica News: Kenya