Hichilema Back on Campaign Trail…Sighted in Itezhi Tezhi

UPND president Hakainde Hichilema is back on the campaign trail and joined his team in campaigning for their candidate in Thursday’s council chairperson elections. Hichilema touched base with prospective voters in Mbila area of Itezhi Tezhi where he reminisced on … Continued

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UPND president Hakainde Hichilema is back on the campaign trail and joined his team in campaigning for their candidate in Thursday’s council chairperson elections. Hichilema touched base with prospective voters in Mbila area of Itezhi Tezhi where he reminisced on his 127 days incarceration. Below is what was fed on Hichilema’s wall during his campaign in Mbila. Thank you Mbila people, thank you Itezhi Itezhi, thank you Central Province. 127 days in prison means hope and help is on the way to turn around our country’s social, economic and political development, and yes we are not bitter, we forgive those who engineered our unlawful arrest and detention. The post Hichilema Back on Campaign Trail…Sighted in Itezhi Tezhi appeared first on Zambia Reports.

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Law School Saga – Affected Students Slam Ombudsman’s Report

[Concord] Some fifty-three aggrieved law graduates who were refused admission into the Sierra Leone Law School in 2013 apparently because they fail certain core modules have expressed disappointment over a report released by the Office of the Ombudsman.

[Concord] Some fifty-three aggrieved law graduates who were refused admission into the Sierra Leone Law School in 2013 apparently because they fail certain core modules have expressed disappointment over a report released by the Office of the Ombudsman.

source: AllAfrica News: Sierra Leone

No Evidence – To Assassinate Weah, Police Chief

[NEWS] Barely three weeks after the Coalition for Democratic Change (CDC) alleged that there were attempts to assassinate its Standard Bearer Ambassador George M. Weah, the Liberia National Police has dismissed the claim saying there is no evidence to …

[NEWS] Barely three weeks after the Coalition for Democratic Change (CDC) alleged that there were attempts to assassinate its Standard Bearer Ambassador George M. Weah, the Liberia National Police has dismissed the claim saying there is no evidence to prosecute the suspected doers.

source: AllAfrica News: Liberia

Rights Group Against Hate Messages

[NEWS] Liberia Initiative for the Promotion of Rights, Identity, Diversity and Equality (LIPRIDE) has called on Liberians to reject acts that tend to harbor violence and eventually jeopardize the peaceful co-existence of citizens during the upcoming el…

[NEWS] Liberia Initiative for the Promotion of Rights, Identity, Diversity and Equality (LIPRIDE) has called on Liberians to reject acts that tend to harbor violence and eventually jeopardize the peaceful co-existence of citizens during the upcoming elections.

source: AllAfrica News: Liberia

Ecobank Foundation Donates to the Government of Sierra Leone

[The Point] The Ecobank Group has, through the Ecobank Foundation, donated $150,000.00 (One hundred and fifty thousand United States dollars) to the Government of Sierra Leone as the Bank’s contributions toward the relief efforts in the aftermath of th…

[The Point] The Ecobank Group has, through the Ecobank Foundation, donated $150,000.00 (One hundred and fifty thousand United States dollars) to the Government of Sierra Leone as the Bank's contributions toward the relief efforts in the aftermath of the devastating land slide in one of the outskirts of Freetown. The donation was handed over to the Vice President of the Republic of Sierra Leone, Dr. Victor Bockarie Foh on Tuesday, 29th August 2017. The Ecobank Foundation is the platform that oversees the Bank's Corpora

source: AllAfrica News: Sierra Leone

Gambia Govt Denies African Petroleum Invested U.S.$60 Million

[The Point] Government officials in Banjul have denied that Africa Petroleum (AP) spent $60 million towards building of schools, hospitals and other infrastructure in the country.

[The Point] Government officials in Banjul have denied that Africa Petroleum (AP) spent $60 million towards building of schools, hospitals and other infrastructure in the country.

source: AllAfrica News: Gambia

Let’s Give a Helping Hand

[The Point] Since the announcement of the death of five people and 8000 victims caused by the recent flash floods and windstorm that struck the country, especially in the rural areas, we have been seeing an array of emergency relief and support to the …

[The Point] Since the announcement of the death of five people and 8000 victims caused by the recent flash floods and windstorm that struck the country, especially in the rural areas, we have been seeing an array of emergency relief and support to the affected communities from people of all walks of life across the country.

source: AllAfrica News: Gambia