Fourth Assassination in 48 Hours

[Shabelle] Gunmen believed to be Al Shabaab assassins have gunned down an electoral delegate in Somali capital, Mogadishu on Sunday morning, 4th assassination in the capital in 48 hours.

[Shabelle] Gunmen believed to be Al Shabaab assassins have gunned down an electoral delegate in Somali capital, Mogadishu on Sunday morning, 4th assassination in the capital in 48 hours.

source: AllAfrica News: Somalia

Warplanes Bomb Al-Shabab Base in Southern Somalia

[Shabelle] Military jets, thought to be belonging US air forces have carried out an overnight airstrike in Southern Somalia, targeting Al shabaab bases, officials and residents said.

[Shabelle] Military jets, thought to be belonging US air forces have carried out an overnight airstrike in Southern Somalia, targeting Al shabaab bases, officials and residents said.

source: AllAfrica News: Somalia

Group Worries Over High Rate of Child Sexual Abuse

[Vanguard] Worried by high rate of child sexual exploitation in Nigeria, rooted in culture, tradition and religious beliefs with children and women been most vulnerable victims, Jose Foundation teamed-up with Ministry of Women Affairs and Social Develo…

[Vanguard] Worried by high rate of child sexual exploitation in Nigeria, rooted in culture, tradition and religious beliefs with children and women been most vulnerable victims, Jose Foundation teamed-up with Ministry of Women Affairs and Social Development to address the menace.

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria

BOI Dragged to Court Over Lord Rumens’ N5.6 Billion Estate

[Vanguard] The children of a Lagos socialite, late Chief Olatunji Ajisomo Alabi, a.k.a, Lord Rumens, have filed a suit against the Bank of Industry Investment and Trust Company Ltd before a Lagos State High Court, over alleged mismanagement of their fa…

[Vanguard] The children of a Lagos socialite, late Chief Olatunji Ajisomo Alabi, a.k.a, Lord Rumens, have filed a suit against the Bank of Industry Investment and Trust Company Ltd before a Lagos State High Court, over alleged mismanagement of their father's N5.6billion estate. The children who are Babatunde, Oladipo, Subuola, Awojuola, Rukayat, Olukemi and Adeola Alabi, had on May 9, 2017 filed a suit before the court stating that their late father appointed BoI Investment and Trust Company Ltd as trustees of his es

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria

15 Companies Flout NSE’s Financial Reporting Requirements

[Vanguard] More companies quoted on the Nigerian Stock Exchange, NSE, flouted the post listing requirement of the Exchange as fifteen of them across the sub-sectors missed regulatory filling of their results to the Exchange in 2016 as against three in …

[Vanguard] More companies quoted on the Nigerian Stock Exchange, NSE, flouted the post listing requirement of the Exchange as fifteen of them across the sub-sectors missed regulatory filling of their results to the Exchange in 2016 as against three in the financial year 2015.

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria

Wasswa Biriggwa Used His Own Money to Do Uganda’s Work

[Observer] In Part III of this series, Jerome Kule Bitswande talks to WASSWA BIRIGGWA, a former musician, banker and entrepreneur who served Uganda in Ethiopia and Japan before returning home to be- come a top opposition figure.

[Observer] In Part III of this series, Jerome Kule Bitswande talks to WASSWA BIRIGGWA, a former musician, banker and entrepreneur who served Uganda in Ethiopia and Japan before returning home to be- come a top opposition figure.

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda

All Customary Marriages Must Be Registered Starting Aug 1

[Capital FM] Nairobi -Attorney General Githu Muigai has notified all couples married under customary law that as of August 1, they will be required to register their marriages.

[Capital FM] Nairobi -Attorney General Githu Muigai has notified all couples married under customary law that as of August 1, they will be required to register their marriages.

source: AllAfrica News: Kenya

Govt Registers Farmers to Boost Operation Wealth Creation

[Independent (Kampala)] In order to improve the services rendered by NAADS and Operation Wealth Creation, the government has decided to register farmers groups to put farmers be at the centre of the two organisation’s activities.

[Independent (Kampala)] In order to improve the services rendered by NAADS and Operation Wealth Creation, the government has decided to register farmers groups to put farmers be at the centre of the two organisation's activities.

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda