Police Recruit May Go to Jail for False Declaration

[Concord] The Principal Magistrate at the Siaka Steven Street Magistrates’ Court No.1, Dr. Abou Bhakarr Binneh Kamara, yesterday remanded one Fomba Bunduka, a recruit of the Sierra Leone Police at the Pademba Road Male Correctional Centre, pending sent…

[Concord] The Principal Magistrate at the Siaka Steven Street Magistrates' Court No.1, Dr. Abou Bhakarr Binneh Kamara, yesterday remanded one Fomba Bunduka, a recruit of the Sierra Leone Police at the Pademba Road Male Correctional Centre, pending sentencing for the offence of false declaration contrary to the Perjury Act.

source: AllAfrica News: Sierra Leone

Uganda Asks EU to Help Africa Deal With Unemployment

[Observer] The deputy speaker of parliament, Jacob Oulanyah has called on the European Union to assist African countries deal with the ever-rising problems of youth unemployment and underemployment.

[Observer] The deputy speaker of parliament, Jacob Oulanyah has called on the European Union to assist African countries deal with the ever-rising problems of youth unemployment and underemployment.

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda

Lalong, Sacked LG Officials Begin Talks Toward Out-of-Court Settlement

[Daily Trust] A Jos High Court on Wednesday heard that Governor Simon of Plateau had begun talks with sacked Local Government officials toward settling their dispute out of court.

[Daily Trust] A Jos High Court on Wednesday heard that Governor Simon of Plateau had begun talks with sacked Local Government officials toward settling their dispute out of court.

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria

Federal Secondary Education Commission

[Daily Trust] The federal government recently announced plans to establish a National Commission for Secondary Education in what it said is a strategic move to regulate and reposition secondary education in Nigeria. Minister of Education Malam Adamu Ad…

[Daily Trust] The federal government recently announced plans to establish a National Commission for Secondary Education in what it said is a strategic move to regulate and reposition secondary education in Nigeria. Minister of Education Malam Adamu Adamu disclosed this in Abuja on Monday last week when he received students of Nigeria Tulip International College, NTIC. The minister was elated that NTIC's students had won 48 awards for Nigeria in mathematics, geometry and robotics at various international competitions. T

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria

Behold, Another Stale Budget

[Vanguard] Nobody wants to truncate our happiness but we must know what we are happy about. Nigerians are today basking in the euphoria of what they call the 2017 Budget, which for all intents and purposes, may still be sometime away. In the language o…

[Vanguard] Nobody wants to truncate our happiness but we must know what we are happy about. Nigerians are today basking in the euphoria of what they call the 2017 Budget, which for all intents and purposes, may still be sometime away. In the language of budgeting and financial accounting, what we have today are Budget Estimates, not an approved budget and in the legislative domain, what is before them is an Appropriation Bill, not an Appropriation Act. The journey of a Bill does not end until the President appends hi

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria

Police to Establish 100 Area Commands Across the Country – DIG

[Daily Trust] The Nigeria Police Force says it has concluded arrangement to establish additional 100 Area Commands across the country to bring policing closer to the people.

[Daily Trust] The Nigeria Police Force says it has concluded arrangement to establish additional 100 Area Commands across the country to bring policing closer to the people.

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria