Nigerians Urged to Cut Your Appetite for Foreign Goods to Grow Country’s Economy

[Vanguard] Osogbo -A member of Osun House of Assembly, Mr Olatunbosun Oyintiloye, has called on Nigerians to “cut their appetite” for foreign goods to fast-track the growth of the nation’s economy.

[Vanguard] Osogbo -A member of Osun House of Assembly, Mr Olatunbosun Oyintiloye, has called on Nigerians to "cut their appetite" for foreign goods to fast-track the growth of the nation's economy.

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria

Economic Policy Options for African Economies in Advent of Brexit, Trump

[Nation] There are interesting coincidences in the Brexit and “America first” movements. First is their timing and ideological convergence, second is the affinity between their prime movers, and third is that the three men — Mr Boris Johnson and Mr Ni…

[Nation] There are interesting coincidences in the Brexit and "America first" movements. First is their timing and ideological convergence, second is the affinity between their prime movers, and third is that the three men -- Mr Boris Johnson and Mr Nigel Farage of Brexit, and President Donald Trump of "America first" -- all share German ancestry.

source: AllAfrica News: Kenya

Politicians in Conspiracy to Defeat Constitution

[Nation] Anyone who has been keenly following the political circus surrounding the forthcoming elections cannot have failed to notice that there are greater, more sophisticated forces at play.

[Nation] Anyone who has been keenly following the political circus surrounding the forthcoming elections cannot have failed to notice that there are greater, more sophisticated forces at play.

source: AllAfrica News: Kenya

Foreign Minister Workneh Attending 53rd Munich Security Conference

[Ethiopian Herald] Foreign Minister Dr. Workneh Gebeyehu is in Germany attending the 53rd Munich Security Conference (MSC), an annual forum on international security policy.

[Ethiopian Herald] Foreign Minister Dr. Workneh Gebeyehu is in Germany attending the 53rd Munich Security Conference (MSC), an annual forum on international security policy.

source: AllAfrica News: Ethiopia

Socio-Economic Justice for Peaceful, Prosperous Coexistence

[Ethiopian Herald] February 20 marks the annual global observance of World Day of Social Justice pursuant to UN and member states’ commitment to the issue. Social justice encompasses economic justice. The rise in inequality of the distribution of incom…

[Ethiopian Herald] February 20 marks the annual global observance of World Day of Social Justice pursuant to UN and member states' commitment to the issue. Social justice encompasses economic justice. The rise in inequality of the distribution of income among people depicts the characteristics of a trend in social injustice, having affected large numbers of countries, from the developing to the most wealthy.

source: AllAfrica News: Ethiopia

Commemorating the Renowned Contemporary Painter, Poet

[Ethiopian Herald] Temesgen Shitaye was a lecturer of Theatrical Art at Wolkite University. Today he is attending his MA course at Addis Ababa University. Ever since he joined higher educational institutions he has been a regular attendee of various ar…

[Ethiopian Herald] Temesgen Shitaye was a lecturer of Theatrical Art at Wolkite University. Today he is attending his MA course at Addis Ababa University. Ever since he joined higher educational institutions he has been a regular attendee of various artistic programmes, events and shows such as, galleries. He has also a tendency of reading various academic journals, books and newspapers that mainly focus on visual arts. He had the chance to see Gebrekiristos Desata's paintings and read many of his poems. He found all of them

source: AllAfrica News: Ethiopia

Fear Grips Lagos Drivers, Conductors As Government Plans to Ban Danfo Buses

[Premium Times] For Ayo Bamidele, a typical day begins at 4:00 a.m. and ends 19 hours later at about 11:00 p.m. A driver of the popular commercial mini-bus, otherwise known as ‘Danfo’, Mr. Bamidele plies the Oshodi-Ilupeju route of the Lagos metropolis…

[Premium Times] For Ayo Bamidele, a typical day begins at 4:00 a.m. and ends 19 hours later at about 11:00 p.m. A driver of the popular commercial mini-bus, otherwise known as 'Danfo', Mr. Bamidele plies the Oshodi-Ilupeju route of the Lagos metropolis. But because he resides in Agbado-Ijaiye part of the city, he wakes up very early and gets home late in the night. And, like most Lagosians, Ayo does not enjoy the 7-9 hours sleep range recommended by the National Sleep Foundation.

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria

Woman Dies As Car Plunges Into Lagos Lagoon

[Premium Times] Tragedy struck Saturday night when a silver-coloured Kia Rio car plunged into the Lagoon at Mekwen Bridge, Bonny camp, Marina, at about 7.47 p.m., killing a woman.

[Premium Times] Tragedy struck Saturday night when a silver-coloured Kia Rio car plunged into the Lagoon at Mekwen Bridge, Bonny camp, Marina, at about 7.47 p.m., killing a woman.

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria