Kure’s Remains Arrive Today, Burial in Minna Tomorrow

[Leadership] The remains of the late former governor of Niger State, Engr Abdulkadir Kure will arrive Nigeria from Germany today, for burial in Minna, the state capital, tomorrow (Wednesday).

[Leadership] The remains of the late former governor of Niger State, Engr Abdulkadir Kure will arrive Nigeria from Germany today, for burial in Minna, the state capital, tomorrow (Wednesday).

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria

Judiciary Redeploys Justices Abang, Liman, 9 Others

[Leadership] The management of the Federal High Court led by the chief judge, Justice Ibrahim Auta, has redeployed 11 judges, including Justice Mohammed Liman of the Port Harcourt division of the court and his counterpart in the Abuja division, Justice…

[Leadership] The management of the Federal High Court led by the chief judge, Justice Ibrahim Auta, has redeployed 11 judges, including Justice Mohammed Liman of the Port Harcourt division of the court and his counterpart in the Abuja division, Justice Okon Abang.

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria

PDP Crisis – We’ll Accept Appeal Court Ruling – Sheriff

[Leadership] The Ali Modu Sheriff-led Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) yesterday declared that they will not head to the Supreme Court, if the pending case over the leadership crisis rocking the party at the Appeal Court goes against them.

[Leadership] The Ali Modu Sheriff-led Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) yesterday declared that they will not head to the Supreme Court, if the pending case over the leadership crisis rocking the party at the Appeal Court goes against them.

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria

CBN Releases N7.29 Billion Agric Fund to 55,474 Beneficiaries

[Leadership] A total of facility of N7.293 billion was disbursed to 52,474 companies and individuals in the agricultural sector between January and November 2016 under the Agricultural Credit Guarantee Scheme (ACGS), an initiative of the Central Bank o…

[Leadership] A total of facility of N7.293 billion was disbursed to 52,474 companies and individuals in the agricultural sector between January and November 2016 under the Agricultural Credit Guarantee Scheme (ACGS), an initiative of the Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN).

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria

House Tackles Govt Over N5,000 Stipend, Demands Legal Framework

[Leadership] The House of Representatives has questioned the strategy adopted by the presidency in the implementation of the N5,000 stipend being paid to vulnerable Nigerians by the federal government.

[Leadership] The House of Representatives has questioned the strategy adopted by the presidency in the implementation of the N5,000 stipend being paid to vulnerable Nigerians by the federal government.

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria

Can Germany Be Made to Pay Up for Namibian Genocide?

[Daily Maverick] It’s known as the “first genocide of the 20th century”: the extermination of tens of thousands of Namibian people by the German Empire as punishment for a revolt against colonial rule. Now, their descendants say it’s payback time – but…

[Daily Maverick] It's known as the "first genocide of the 20th century": the extermination of tens of thousands of Namibian people by the German Empire as punishment for a revolt against colonial rule. Now, their descendants say it's payback time - but domestic and international politics are complicating matters. By REBECCA DAVIS.

source: AllAfrica News: Namibia

When the Hospital Is No Longer a Safe Place for Visitors

[Citizen] Last October, on one calm evening around 5pm on Friday; all was not well for Maria Karwani’s 3-months-old baby, Allan. He was breathing with difficulty, restless, and had high grade fever.

[Citizen] Last October, on one calm evening around 5pm on Friday; all was not well for Maria Karwani's 3-months-old baby, Allan. He was breathing with difficulty, restless, and had high grade fever.

source: AllAfrica News: Tanzania