The Alarm Bell Is Ringing – Gambians and Other Migrants in Libya

[Foroyaa] The alarm bell has been ringing. Governments in Africa are told that crimes against humanity are being committed in Libya. Murder, rape, torture and slavery are being alleged. The AU has to take the situation of migrants in Libya as an emerge…

[Foroyaa] The alarm bell has been ringing. Governments in Africa are told that crimes against humanity are being committed in Libya. Murder, rape, torture and slavery are being alleged. The AU has to take the situation of migrants in Libya as an emergency, requiring extraordinary measures. Maximum effort should be made to restore the viability of the Libyan state so that civil rights would be respected. The AU should be seen to give support to aggrieved migrants, who have returned to provide evidence so that those w

source: AllAfrica News: Libya

OPEC Meets on Crucial Decision That Will Impact Nigeria, Libya

[Premium Times] Nigeria may have to amend its 2018 budget proposals following reported moves by the Organisation of Petroleum Exporting Countries, OPEC, to cap the country’s oil output at 1.8 million barrels per day.

[Premium Times] Nigeria may have to amend its 2018 budget proposals following reported moves by the Organisation of Petroleum Exporting Countries, OPEC, to cap the country's oil output at 1.8 million barrels per day.

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria

GAF Gaffer Eyes League Double

[Foroyaa] Armed Forces Football Club are looking to go a step further than they’ve achieved last season by doing the double this term. The soldiers stole hearts and minds the previous season beating Real de Banjul to the gong -their first in seven years.

[Foroyaa] Armed Forces Football Club are looking to go a step further than they've achieved last season by doing the double this term. The soldiers stole hearts and minds the previous season beating Real de Banjul to the gong -their first in seven years.

source: AllAfrica News: Gambia

Drop in Crop Production Will Increase If Threat Posed By Migratory Birds Is Not Addressed

[Foroyaa] Assessment done by the Ministry of Agriculture has revealed that the country’s total agricultural production for the 2017 cropping season, will drop from 284, 532 metric tons registered in 2016, to 184, 913 metric tons in 2017 (35%).

[Foroyaa] Assessment done by the Ministry of Agriculture has revealed that the country's total agricultural production for the 2017 cropping season, will drop from 284, 532 metric tons registered in 2016, to 184, 913 metric tons in 2017 (35%).

source: AllAfrica News: Gambia

Former Accountant Furnishes Commission With Accounting Records

[Foroyaa] Mrs. Adama Njie, former accountant at the office of the former president, yesterday furnished the ‘Janneh’ Commission with accounting records showing payments relating to per diems paid to the former president and others and their air tickets…

[Foroyaa] Mrs. Adama Njie, former accountant at the office of the former president, yesterday furnished the ‘Janneh’ Commission with accounting records showing payments relating to per diems paid to the former president and others and their air tickets respectively. According to her, the payments she made were from 2011-2016 respectively, from the Special Security Account at the Central Bank. She said in 2013, she made a payment of D69, 639,778.00 further stating that in 2014, she made a payment of D81,413, 827.39 a

Woman’s Body Found Dumped On Road, Suspect Arrested

[Foroyaa] The body of a lady, has been found dumped along the streets in Manjai-Kunda, on Saturday, 26th November 2017, at about 07:00hrs, Deputy Police spokesperson can confirm.

[Foroyaa] The body of a lady, has been found dumped along the streets in Manjai-Kunda, on Saturday, 26th November 2017, at about 07:00hrs, Deputy Police spokesperson can confirm.

source: AllAfrica News: Gambia

Denmark-Based Gambian to War for Starting Spot

[Foroyaa] Scorpions’ defender Simon Richter says he’s not giving up his starting place without a fight. Second tier Danish club Roskilde signed Mark Gundelach to provide competition for the 32-year-old Richter.

[Foroyaa] Scorpions' defender Simon Richter says he's not giving up his starting place without a fight. Second tier Danish club Roskilde signed Mark Gundelach to provide competition for the 32-year-old Richter.

source: AllAfrica News: Gambia

Court Confirms Winding Up of SME Bank

[New Era] Windhoek -High Court Judge Hannelie Prinsloo yesterday confirmed the winding up of the Small and Medium Enterprises Bank (SME Bank) after hearing extensive arguments from South African Advocate Anthony Bishop, instructed by Sisa Namandje, and…

[New Era] Windhoek -High Court Judge Hannelie Prinsloo yesterday confirmed the winding up of the Small and Medium Enterprises Bank (SME Bank) after hearing extensive arguments from South African Advocate Anthony Bishop, instructed by Sisa Namandje, and Advocate Andrew Corbett instructed by Advocate Dave Obbes, on the pros and cons of the winding up of the SME Bank.

source: AllAfrica News: Namibia

President Farmaajo to Leave for Ivory Coast, to Attend EU-Africa Summit

[Dalsan Radio] President Mohamed Abdullahi Mohamed “Farmaajo” is expected today to travel to Ivory Coast to attend the African Union-European summit to be held in Abidjan on Wednesday. The two-day EU-Africa summit will, seek to enhance the partnership …

[Dalsan Radio] President Mohamed Abdullahi Mohamed "Farmaajo" is expected today to travel to Ivory Coast to attend the African Union-European summit to be held in Abidjan on Wednesday. The two-day EU-Africa summit will, seek to enhance the partnership between the two continents which share a lot of mutual interest.

source: AllAfrica News: Cote d'Ivoire