Tobacco Growers Bitter Over Delay in Paying Them

[Monitor] Kakumiro -Tobacco growers in the greater Kibaale District, who were contracted by Premier Garden Tobacco Company in 2014 to make supplies to the company are still uncertain of their payments, three years after.

[Monitor] Kakumiro -Tobacco growers in the greater Kibaale District, who were contracted by Premier Garden Tobacco Company in 2014 to make supplies to the company are still uncertain of their payments, three years after.

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda

We Understand Your Grievances, Govt Tells Protesters

[Premium Times] The federal government said on Monday that it understands the grievances of Nigerians who took part in the protests held in major Nigerian cities on Monday .

[Premium Times] The federal government said on Monday that it understands the grievances of Nigerians who took part in the protests held in major Nigerian cities on Monday .

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria

Lwengo Head Teachers Decry Understaffing in UPE Schools

[Monitor] Nakasongola -Head teachers in government schools in Lyantonde District have expressed concern over shortage of teachers, which is affecting the performance of learners.

[Monitor] Nakasongola -Head teachers in government schools in Lyantonde District have expressed concern over shortage of teachers, which is affecting the performance of learners.

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda

Osinbajo Speaks With Buhari, Says Not Under Pressure to Resign

[Vanguard] Acting President Yemi Osinbajo has said he is not under any kind of pressure to reign, saying he ran on the same electoral ticket with President Muhammadu Buhari.

[Vanguard] Acting President Yemi Osinbajo has said he is not under any kind of pressure to reign, saying he ran on the same electoral ticket with President Muhammadu Buhari.

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria

30 People Killed in Domestic Fights, Says Report

[Monitor] Nwoya -At least 30 cases of deaths related to suicide and domestic violence among communities have been registered in Nwoya District in the last one year, according to Rwot Francis Oryang- Lagony, the cultural chief of Kochgoma Clan.

[Monitor] Nwoya -At least 30 cases of deaths related to suicide and domestic violence among communities have been registered in Nwoya District in the last one year, according to Rwot Francis Oryang- Lagony, the cultural chief of Kochgoma Clan.

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda

I Wasn’t Deported to Nigeria – Ibori

[Premium Times] A former governor of Delta State, James Ibori, who arrived Nigeria on Saturday after his release from a London prison, has said he was not deported from the United Kingdom.

[Premium Times] A former governor of Delta State, James Ibori, who arrived Nigeria on Saturday after his release from a London prison, has said he was not deported from the United Kingdom.

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria

New Faces Set to Rule Uganda Premier League

[Monitor] With loads of money at their disposal, Azam Uganda Premier League (UPL) table leaders KCCA were expected to raid the January transfer window for players that would help them retain the league and perform well in the pending Caf Champions Leag…

[Monitor] With loads of money at their disposal, Azam Uganda Premier League (UPL) table leaders KCCA were expected to raid the January transfer window for players that would help them retain the league and perform well in the pending Caf Champions League tourney.

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda

How Hundreds Marched in Lagos Demanding Govt Accountability, Efficiency

[Premium Times] Scores of Lagosians ignored a heavily armed police presence at the National Stadium in Surulere to embark on a rally demanding government’s accountability, transparency, and a reduction in the cost of governance.

[Premium Times] Scores of Lagosians ignored a heavily armed police presence at the National Stadium in Surulere to embark on a rally demanding government's accountability, transparency, and a reduction in the cost of governance.

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria

Arms Importation – Fugitive Nigeria Customs Officials Turn Selves in

[Premium Times] Three senior officers of the Nigeria Customs Service declared wanted over the importation of 661 pump-action rifles into the country have turned themselves in.

[Premium Times] Three senior officers of the Nigeria Customs Service declared wanted over the importation of 661 pump-action rifles into the country have turned themselves in.

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria