Trafficking – Nigerian Govt Delegation Off to Libya

[Premium Times] The federal government’s special delegation, led by Foreign Affairs Minister, Geoffrey Onyeama, on Wednesday departed Abuja for Tripoli, the Libyan Capital to evacuate Nigerians trapped in that country.

[Premium Times] The federal government's special delegation, led by Foreign Affairs Minister, Geoffrey Onyeama, on Wednesday departed Abuja for Tripoli, the Libyan Capital to evacuate Nigerians trapped in that country.

source: AllAfrica News: Libya

Kaduna Police Pledge to Rescue Abducted Traditional Ruler Unharmed

[Premium Times] The Kaduna State Police Command says it is making efforts to track the kidnappers of the Chief of Ikulu, Yohanna Kukah, who was abducted on Tuesday evening at his residence.

[Premium Times] The Kaduna State Police Command says it is making efforts to track the kidnappers of the Chief of Ikulu, Yohanna Kukah, who was abducted on Tuesday evening at his residence.

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria

Benue Killings – Police Arrest Eight Herdsmen

[Premium Times] The Police in Benue say they have arrested eight herdsmen over the death of 10 persons and seven livestock guards in Guma and Logo Local Governments of the state on Monday.

[Premium Times] The Police in Benue say they have arrested eight herdsmen over the death of 10 persons and seven livestock guards in Guma and Logo Local Governments of the state on Monday.

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria

Stop Media Trials On Suspects, INYA Tells Police

[Vanguard] The Isoko National Youth Assembly (INYA) has called on the Delta State Commissioner for Police to expedite requisite legal actions on their murder and kidnap suspects and refrain from media trials.

[Vanguard] The Isoko National Youth Assembly (INYA) has called on the Delta State Commissioner for Police to expedite requisite legal actions on their murder and kidnap suspects and refrain from media trials.

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria

Kiswahili to Be Universal Lingua Franca

[Daily News] THERE are mixed feelings about whether Kiswahili language should be used as a medium of communication in schools and public forums or promoting it to an international language.

[Daily News] THERE are mixed feelings about whether Kiswahili language should be used as a medium of communication in schools and public forums or promoting it to an international language.

source: AllAfrica News: Tanzania