Appraising Masari’s Score Card After 2 Years

[Leadership] The governor, Aminu Bello Masari’s administration in line with the manifesto of the All Progressives Congress (APC), prioritised education, agriculture, security and empowerment of the people of Katsina State. Despite the lean funds availa…

[Leadership] The governor, Aminu Bello Masari's administration in line with the manifesto of the All Progressives Congress (APC), prioritised education, agriculture, security and empowerment of the people of Katsina State. Despite the lean funds available to all tiers of government in the country, the governor has from all indications, done a lot in these priority sectors and others alike. Since the inception of governor Aminu Bello Masari - led administration on May 29, 2015, in Katsina State, education sector has eme

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Govt Has ‘Lost Moral Legitimacy,’ Say Churches

[SACC] Regina Mundi Church, Soweto -Why we are here: In 1996, President Nelson Mandela addressed a gathering of African Ombuds Officers – the Public Protectors of Africa, then hosted by South Africa, and he said:

[SACC] Regina Mundi Church, Soweto -Why we are here: In 1996, President Nelson Mandela addressed a gathering of African Ombuds Officers - the Public Protectors of Africa, then hosted by South Africa, and he said:

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Tata Arraigned in Katsina for Horse Riding, Disturbing Public Peace

[Leadership] The All Progressive Grand Alliance (APGA) governorship candidate in 2015 general elections in Katsina State recently turned Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) chieftain, Umar Abdullahi Tsauri, popularly known as Tata, has been arraigned before…

[Leadership] The All Progressive Grand Alliance (APGA) governorship candidate in 2015 general elections in Katsina State recently turned Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) chieftain, Umar Abdullahi Tsauri, popularly known as Tata, has been arraigned before a Katsina Chief Magistrate's Court for disturbing public peace and horse riding.

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Computer Glitch Forces British Airways to Cancel Lagos-London Flight, Others

[This Day] UK mega carrier, British Airways has cancelled its Lagos-London and other flights around the world due to computer glitch. Thousands of passengers were stranded at Heathrow and Gatwick airports in London and other airports around the world.

[This Day] UK mega carrier, British Airways has cancelled its Lagos-London and other flights around the world due to computer glitch. Thousands of passengers were stranded at Heathrow and Gatwick airports in London and other airports around the world.

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18 Years of Nigeria’s Democracy – the Highs, Lows

[Leadership] Since attaining self-rule in 1960, Nigeria has made several attempts at enthroning virile democracy, with some of them always ending in a fiasco, but the fourth republic, which began on May 29, 1999 seems to have broken that jinx, though p…

[Leadership] Since attaining self-rule in 1960, Nigeria has made several attempts at enthroning virile democracy, with some of them always ending in a fiasco, but the fourth republic, which began on May 29, 1999 seems to have broken that jinx, though political observers have contended that it is not yet uhuru due to myriad of paradoxes.

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Willom Tight’s Son in Court for Battering Wife

[New Zimbabwe] AN upcoming musician and son to artiste Wilbroad Muponda best known as Willom Tight was dragged to court by his wife after he allegedly assaulted and undressed her.

[New Zimbabwe] AN upcoming musician and son to artiste Wilbroad Muponda best known as Willom Tight was dragged to court by his wife after he allegedly assaulted and undressed her.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe