Mind Your Tongues When Quoting Statistics – President

[Daily News] Individuals who distort government statistics risk court action to justify their explanations after President John Magufuli yesterday ordered the security organs to charge them.

[Daily News] Individuals who distort government statistics risk court action to justify their explanations after President John Magufuli yesterday ordered the security organs to charge them.

source: AllAfrica News: Tanzania

Nigeria Must Remain a United Nation, Says Southern Governors Forum

[Guardian] The Southern Governors Forum of Nigeria, yesterday resolved that Nigeria must remain as one indivisible country.The governors made the resolution after a meeting at the Lagos House, Ikeja.

[Guardian] The Southern Governors Forum of Nigeria, yesterday resolved that Nigeria must remain as one indivisible country.The governors made the resolution after a meeting at the Lagos House, Ikeja.

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria

Court Adjourns $407 M Suit Against Shell, AGIP to November 15

[Guardian] A Federal High Court, Lagos has adjourned hearing in the $406.8 million suit filed by the Federal Government against Shell Western Supply & Trading Limited over crude oil shipment to November 15.

[Guardian] A Federal High Court, Lagos has adjourned hearing in the $406.8 million suit filed by the Federal Government against Shell Western Supply & Trading Limited over crude oil shipment to November 15.

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria

35 Political Parties Seek Postponement of Enugu Council Poll

[Guardian] Enugu -A Coalition of 35 registered political parties in Enugu State yesterday asked the state Electoral Independent Commission (ENSIEC) to postpone the November 4 council poll.

[Guardian] Enugu -A Coalition of 35 registered political parties in Enugu State yesterday asked the state Electoral Independent Commission (ENSIEC) to postpone the November 4 council poll.

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria

Elders Storm Equal Opportunities Commission Over Non-Payment of Grants

[Monitor] A group of 44 elderly people from different parts of the country on Monday stormed the Equal Opportunities Commission offices in Bugolobi in Kampala demanding to know why they are not being paid the monthly grants for the elderly.

[Monitor] A group of 44 elderly people from different parts of the country on Monday stormed the Equal Opportunities Commission offices in Bugolobi in Kampala demanding to know why they are not being paid the monthly grants for the elderly.

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda

FIFA Advises Zambia to Move On From Clash With Nigeria

[Guardian] FIFA has thrown out Zambia’s protest over the 2018 World Cup qualifier against Nigeria on October 7 in Uyo, saying there is no evidence that the referee helped the Super Eagles to win the match, reports africanfootball.com.

[Guardian] FIFA has thrown out Zambia's protest over the 2018 World Cup qualifier against Nigeria on October 7 in Uyo, saying there is no evidence that the referee helped the Super Eagles to win the match, reports africanfootball.com.

source: AllAfrica News: Zambia

NFF Washes Hands Off Debate On Enyeama’s Planned Return to Eagles

[Guardian] As reactions continue to trail the decision by Super Eagles handler, Gernot Rohr to open the door for former skipper and first choice goalkeeper, Vincent Enyeama to return to the fold, the Nigeria Football Federation (NFF) declared yesterday…

[Guardian] As reactions continue to trail the decision by Super Eagles handler, Gernot Rohr to open the door for former skipper and first choice goalkeeper, Vincent Enyeama to return to the fold, the Nigeria Football Federation (NFF) declared yesterday it was neither in support nor against the decision.

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria

Army Destroys Militant Camps, Illegal Refineries in Niger Delta

[Guardian] The Army has said that the Operation Crocodile Smile II has destroyed militant camps, illegal artisanal refineries and also arrested several kidnappers and sea pirates.

[Guardian] The Army has said that the Operation Crocodile Smile II has destroyed militant camps, illegal artisanal refineries and also arrested several kidnappers and sea pirates.

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria

Govt, Delta Government Disagree Over N19 Trillion External Debt

[Guardian] Asaba -The Delta State Government has disagreed with the Federal Government claims that the state’s external debt was N16 trillion out of N19 trillion, saying the figures do not represent the true position of its external loans debts.

[Guardian] Asaba -The Delta State Government has disagreed with the Federal Government claims that the state's external debt was N16 trillion out of N19 trillion, saying the figures do not represent the true position of its external loans debts.

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria

Anambra 2019 – Factors That May Swing the Pendulum

[Guardian] After the tenure interpretation judgment by the Supreme Court that affirmed the tenure of Governor Peter Obi in 2007, Anambra, where since 1999, governorship elections always attracted external interests, became the first state to witness st…

[Guardian] After the tenure interpretation judgment by the Supreme Court that affirmed the tenure of Governor Peter Obi in 2007, Anambra, where since 1999, governorship elections always attracted external interests, became the first state to witness staggered election in the country's election calendar.

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria