Bring Apostle Suleman to Book

[Daily Trust] Apostle Johnson Suleman of the Omega Fire Ministries Worldwide, a video of whose preaching urging his followers to kill herdsmen who approach his church went viral on the social media, should be brought to book by the security agencies fo…

[Daily Trust] Apostle Johnson Suleman of the Omega Fire Ministries Worldwide, a video of whose preaching urging his followers to kill herdsmen who approach his church went viral on the social media, should be brought to book by the security agencies for hate speech and criminal incitement. In the video, made in Auchi, Edo State during a Sunday sermon two weeks ago, Suleman claimed that he got a call from someone who told him that Fulani herdsmen had been sent to assassinate him. If indeed he got such a report, his duty

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria

Govt Assists Nyangoto With New Ambulance

[Daily News] Tarime -The government has provided Nyangoto Health Centre with a new ambulance to serve hundreds of its citizens who are living in Nyamongo area and its environs in Tarime District, Mara Region.

[Daily News] Tarime -The government has provided Nyangoto Health Centre with a new ambulance to serve hundreds of its citizens who are living in Nyamongo area and its environs in Tarime District, Mara Region.

source: AllAfrica News: Tanzania

Concession – 15,000 Railway Workers Face Sack – Union

[Daily Trust] The Nigeria Union of Railway Workers (NUR) had expressed fear that the planned concession of railway system by the Federal Government could lead to loss of over 15,000 jobs.

[Daily Trust] The Nigeria Union of Railway Workers (NUR) had expressed fear that the planned concession of railway system by the Federal Government could lead to loss of over 15,000 jobs.

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria

‘I Want HIV Positive Partner’

[Times of Zambia] “I would like to get married to someone who is also HIV-positive like me because it will be easier for both us to understand each other.” These are the words of 38-year-old Nzila Kafwimbi of Kitwe, who has been living with HIV for abo…

[Times of Zambia] "I would like to get married to someone who is also HIV-positive like me because it will be easier for both us to understand each other." These are the words of 38-year-old Nzila Kafwimbi of Kitwe, who has been living with HIV for about 10 years now.

source: AllAfrica News: Zambia

Al-Shabaab Captures Military Base Before Withdrawing

[VOA] The Mayor of the Somali town of Kulbiyow near the border with Kenya has been killed in a deadly dawn attack by al-Shabab militants, residents and military sources have confirmed.

[VOA] The Mayor of the Somali town of Kulbiyow near the border with Kenya has been killed in a deadly dawn attack by al-Shabab militants, residents and military sources have confirmed.

source: AllAfrica News: Somalia

HM the King Receives Swaziland Ambassador, Bearer of Message From Swaziland King

[MAP] Addis Ababa -HM King Mohammed VI received, Sunday in Addis Ababa, Swaziland’s ambassador to Ethiopia, Promise Msibi, bearer of a message to the Sovereign from King Mswati III of Swaziland.

[MAP] Addis Ababa -HM King Mohammed VI received, Sunday in Addis Ababa, Swaziland's ambassador to Ethiopia, Promise Msibi, bearer of a message to the Sovereign from King Mswati III of Swaziland.

source: AllAfrica News: Morocco

Govt Seeks Labour Support Against Unemployment

[Daily Trust] Lagos -The Minister of Labour and Employment ,Dr. Chris Ngige, has enjoined labour unions in the country to support federal government’s fight against unemployment and job losses.

[Daily Trust] Lagos -The Minister of Labour and Employment ,Dr. Chris Ngige, has enjoined labour unions in the country to support federal government's fight against unemployment and job losses.

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria

Vehicle Imports Rise

[The Herald] Vehicle imports through Beitbridge Border Post increased marginally from 24 512 in 2015 to 24 573 last year despite stringent conditions set by Government, the Zimbabwe Revenue Authority said on Friday.

[The Herald] Vehicle imports through Beitbridge Border Post increased marginally from 24 512 in 2015 to 24 573 last year despite stringent conditions set by Government, the Zimbabwe Revenue Authority said on Friday.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe