Youth Urged to Uphold Peace, Avoid Crime

[Daily News] JUNIOR Chamber International (JCI) Tanzania has planned a national youth forum on peace to inspire young Tanzanians to recognise their responsibility towards creating chances to position peace and stability at the centre of their daily lif…

[Daily News] JUNIOR Chamber International (JCI) Tanzania has planned a national youth forum on peace to inspire young Tanzanians to recognise their responsibility towards creating chances to position peace and stability at the centre of their daily life for a better future.

source: AllAfrica News: Tanzania

The Straits of a Nation

[Guardian] Some tumultuous events in the last weeks and months have showed that the nation is indeed in dire straits. So if we were to write on the State of the nation we would say we are in straits, arising from the national pastime of official foolis…

[Guardian] Some tumultuous events in the last weeks and months have showed that the nation is indeed in dire straits. So if we were to write on the State of the nation we would say we are in straits, arising from the national pastime of official foolishness. The IPOB (now officially a terrorist group) seized control of Anambra and Abia States till the activists were brutally decimated by the anti-people (courtesy retired General Danjuma) Nigerian Army. As we write no one knows the whereabouts of Nnamdi Kanu the fire-

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria

Pray for Peace – Majaliwa

[Daily News] Dodoma -PRIME Minister Kassim Majaliwa yesterday pleaded with religious leaders across the country to always pray for peace and ensure all signs of violence are dissolved and suppressedThe Premier was speaking during the Islamic body – Nat…

[Daily News] Dodoma -PRIME Minister Kassim Majaliwa yesterday pleaded with religious leaders across the country to always pray for peace and ensure all signs of violence are dissolved and suppressedThe Premier was speaking during the Islamic body - National Muslim Council of Tanzania (Bakwata)

source: AllAfrica News: Tanzania

Convicted Govt Trophies Poacher Faces Fresh Trial

[Daily News] THE Court of Appeal has nullified trial proceedings involving suspected poacher, Adam Njalamoto, who was convicted of unlawful possession of four pieces of elephant tusks, as government trophies, and sentenced to 20 years’ imprisonment and…

[Daily News] THE Court of Appeal has nullified trial proceedings involving suspected poacher, Adam Njalamoto, who was convicted of unlawful possession of four pieces of elephant tusks, as government trophies, and sentenced to 20 years' imprisonment and compensate the Wildlife Authority 24m/-.

source: AllAfrica News: Tanzania

Ensure Food, Drugs in Zanzibar Are Safe

[Daily News] AS people continue to complain over substandard and fake goods, the Zanzibar Foods and Drugs Agency (ZFDA) has been urged to ensure that all the consumable products imported to the Islands are safe for its people.

[Daily News] AS people continue to complain over substandard and fake goods, the Zanzibar Foods and Drugs Agency (ZFDA) has been urged to ensure that all the consumable products imported to the Islands are safe for its people.

source: AllAfrica News: Tanzania

More Than 200 MPs Accuse Jawari of Violating the Constitution

[Shabelle] The proponents of the impeachment motion against the embattled speaker of the Lower house Mohamed Osman Jawari numbering 223 MPs have released a new statement. The opposition lawmakers who have tabled the impeachment accused Jawari of being …

[Shabelle] The proponents of the impeachment motion against the embattled speaker of the Lower house Mohamed Osman Jawari numbering 223 MPs have released a new statement. The opposition lawmakers who have tabled the impeachment accused Jawari of being an impediment Parliamentary proceedings, according to the statement released on Friday.

source: AllAfrica News: Somalia

UN Condemns Aid Worker Killed in Mogadishu Car Bombing

[Shabelle] The Under-Secretary-General for Humanitarian Affairs and Emergency Relief Coordinator Mark Lowcock has condemned the murder of an aid worker in Mogadishu car bombing.

[Shabelle] The Under-Secretary-General for Humanitarian Affairs and Emergency Relief Coordinator Mark Lowcock has condemned the murder of an aid worker in Mogadishu car bombing.

source: AllAfrica News: Somalia

Japan Pledges Aid Projects for Drought-Effected People

[Shabelle] With below average rains experienced across the region, some locations in the Horn of Africa are expected to continue to drive humanitarian needs for the next six months. A weak La Niña will likely persist into the second quarter of 2018, which is historically associated with below average rainfall.

[Shabelle] With below average rains experienced across the region, some locations in the Horn of Africa are expected to continue to drive humanitarian needs for the next six months. A weak La Niña will likely persist into the second quarter of 2018, which is historically associated with below average rainfall.

source: AllAfrica News: Somalia