Police Raid Lagos Creeks, Kill One Militant

[This Day] A special force comprising Lagos State Marine Police, Special Anti-Robbery Squad (SARS), Anti-Riot Police and Anti-Kidnapping Squad wednesday raided hideouts of militants in Ishawo creeks, killing one suspected militant.

[This Day] A special force comprising Lagos State Marine Police, Special Anti-Robbery Squad (SARS), Anti-Riot Police and Anti-Kidnapping Squad wednesday raided hideouts of militants in Ishawo creeks, killing one suspected militant.

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria

IYC Crisis – Heavy Security As 10-Man Peace Committee Begins Sitting

[This Day] Yenagoa -Security operatives wednesday continued to keep vigil at the Ijaw House, national headquarters of the Ijaw Youth Council, Worldwide (IYC), in Yenagoa, following the leadership tussle that has rocked the foremost youth group.

[This Day] Yenagoa -Security operatives wednesday continued to keep vigil at the Ijaw House, national headquarters of the Ijaw Youth Council, Worldwide (IYC), in Yenagoa, following the leadership tussle that has rocked the foremost youth group.

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria

Woman Burns Self-Dead, Husband Survives With Injuries

[Monitor] Bundibugyo -Residents of Bundimasoli, Ntandi Town Council in Bundibugyo District on Wednesday found a woman only identified as Nyangoma burnt dead inside a bar she was operating.

[Monitor] Bundibugyo -Residents of Bundimasoli, Ntandi Town Council in Bundibugyo District on Wednesday found a woman only identified as Nyangoma burnt dead inside a bar she was operating.

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda

Tigo Digitising Birth Registration in Shinyanga, Geita

[Daily News] ASHA Kanongo has three children none of whom has a birth certificate. Ms Kanongo, a resident of Kishapu District, in Shinyanga Region, has no birth certificate either.

[Daily News] ASHA Kanongo has three children none of whom has a birth certificate. Ms Kanongo, a resident of Kishapu District, in Shinyanga Region, has no birth certificate either.

source: AllAfrica News: Tanzania

Women in Leadership – Why Gap Is Still Wide

[Daily News] Executive Director of Women Fund Tanzania Ms Mary Rusimbi presents a paper at an event in Dar es Salaam. She is flanked by the Chairperson of the Coalition of Women and Constitution Tanzania, Prof Ruth Meena.

[Daily News] Executive Director of Women Fund Tanzania Ms Mary Rusimbi presents a paper at an event in Dar es Salaam. She is flanked by the Chairperson of the Coalition of Women and Constitution Tanzania, Prof Ruth Meena.

source: AllAfrica News: Tanzania

Path to Universal Education Clear But More Money Needed

[Daily News] It may be true that every journey begins with a single step. But when it comes to education, especially in low and middleincome countries, we have a long way to go.

[Daily News] It may be true that every journey begins with a single step. But when it comes to education, especially in low and middleincome countries, we have a long way to go.

source: AllAfrica News: Tanzania

Strange Skin Disease Torments Nkasi Family

[Daily News] Nkasi -The chronic fungal skin that infected nine members of the same family has caused great fear among residents of Nkata area of Kate Village, Nkasi District, in Rukwa Region as they dread contracting the highly contagious disease.

[Daily News] Nkasi -The chronic fungal skin that infected nine members of the same family has caused great fear among residents of Nkata area of Kate Village, Nkasi District, in Rukwa Region as they dread contracting the highly contagious disease.

source: AllAfrica News: Tanzania

ZIFF Introduces Film Schools Programme

[Daily News] As part of its continued support for film education, the Zanzibar International Film Festival (ZIFF) announced its inaugural Film School category and competition.

[Daily News] As part of its continued support for film education, the Zanzibar International Film Festival (ZIFF) announced its inaugural Film School category and competition.

source: AllAfrica News: Tanzania

Masaai Women’s ‘Exploitation of Gold’

[Daily News] Take a walk along Namanga border, as you are crossing into Kenya and your way back to Tanzania, you will meet petty traders with all sorts of wares including ornaments on sale by majority of merchandise who happen to be women.

[Daily News] Take a walk along Namanga border, as you are crossing into Kenya and your way back to Tanzania, you will meet petty traders with all sorts of wares including ornaments on sale by majority of merchandise who happen to be women.

source: AllAfrica News: Tanzania