Dodoma RC Bans Schools Heads From Asking Parents to ‘Donate’

[Daily News] DODOMA Regional Commissioner (RC) Jordan Rugimbana has banned all public primary schools heads across the region from asking parents for financial contributions, advising that anyone approached for a contribution should report the matter t…

[Daily News] DODOMA Regional Commissioner (RC) Jordan Rugimbana has banned all public primary schools heads across the region from asking parents for financial contributions, advising that anyone approached for a contribution should report the matter to the authorities.

source: AllAfrica News: Tanzania

World Bank Cash Boost for Industrial Economy

[Daily News] TANZANIA has acquired two strategic projects and four centres of excellence that would be major drives in the envisaged industrial economy and would see the World Bank (WB) pump in 144 million US dollars.

[Daily News] TANZANIA has acquired two strategic projects and four centres of excellence that would be major drives in the envisaged industrial economy and would see the World Bank (WB) pump in 144 million US dollars.

source: AllAfrica News: Tanzania

Tele-Health Device to Enhance Services in Rural Communities

[Guardian] To boost primary and rural healthcare delivery in Nigeria, Springville Management Consulting Limited in partnership with Tele-health Technology Company, has introduced its primary healthcare diagnostic technology solution, ‘YOLO Health’.

[Guardian] To boost primary and rural healthcare delivery in Nigeria, Springville Management Consulting Limited in partnership with Tele-health Technology Company, has introduced its primary healthcare diagnostic technology solution, 'YOLO Health'.

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria

Adekuoroye Wins Nigeria’s First Ever Silver At UWW Championships

[Guardian] For the first time in the history of United World Wrestling Championships (UWWC), Nigeria yesterday climbed the medals’ podium with Odunayo Adekuoroye winning silver medal in the 55kg.

[Guardian] For the first time in the history of United World Wrestling Championships (UWWC), Nigeria yesterday climbed the medals' podium with Odunayo Adekuoroye winning silver medal in the 55kg.

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Does Freedom of Speech Justify Hate Speech?

[Guardian] The increasing incidents of inflammatory speeches clearly designed to stoke ethnic and communal hatred has led to calls for legislative intervention by the Nigerian State. Those calls are evidently informed by the belief that there is a lacu…

[Guardian] The increasing incidents of inflammatory speeches clearly designed to stoke ethnic and communal hatred has led to calls for legislative intervention by the Nigerian State. Those calls are evidently informed by the belief that there is a lacuna or gap in our existing laws on the subject. But, is that really the case? Acting President Yemi Osinbajo does not seem to think so, as in his opinion, hate speech is "a specie of terrorism" under the Terrorism (Prevention) Act, 2011, as amended. Is he correct? If he

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Legislators Exotic Cars Amidst Cash Crunch

[Guardian] It is no news that oftentimes activities in the House of Representatives, just like those in the Upper Chamber, present a theatre of the absurd. Once again, in another script from their usual theatrics, the so-called ‘honourables’ were alleg…

[Guardian] It is no news that oftentimes activities in the House of Representatives, just like those in the Upper Chamber, present a theatre of the absurd. Once again, in another script from their usual theatrics, the so-called 'honourables' were alleged to have prepared to buy 360 exotic cars worth N6.1billion for their members, amidst alleged cash crunch in a biting economy. That they also play out this paradox with nonchalance is a demonstration of insensitivity, even as it speaks volume about their sense of duty,

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Ezekwesili, AIG-Imoukhuede, Others Offer Solutions to Nigeria’s Economic Woes

[Guardian] Former Minister of Education, Dr. Obi Ezekwesili, has offered a three-pronged solution to Nigeria’s economic challenges. She lists them as sound policy, strong institution as well as effective and efficient public and private investments.

[Guardian] Former Minister of Education, Dr. Obi Ezekwesili, has offered a three-pronged solution to Nigeria's economic challenges. She lists them as sound policy, strong institution as well as effective and efficient public and private investments.

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria

Resist Decriminalisation of Homosexuality – MP

[Ghanaian Chronicle] The Member of Parliament (MP) for Assin South Constituency, Rev. John Ntim Fordjour, has urged his colleagues to remain resolute in defending the constitution, and resist strongly any pressure on the country to decriminalise homose…

[Ghanaian Chronicle] The Member of Parliament (MP) for Assin South Constituency, Rev. John Ntim Fordjour, has urged his colleagues to remain resolute in defending the constitution, and resist strongly any pressure on the country to decriminalise homosexuality.

source: AllAfrica News: Ghana

The Hate-Speech Bill

[Guardian] The fiendish spirit of divisiveness is on the prowl in the Nigerian nation-space. Everywhere you go, you can hear deprecatory protests against marginalisation, against the corporate existence of Nigeria, against inequity, social injustice, e…

[Guardian] The fiendish spirit of divisiveness is on the prowl in the Nigerian nation-space. Everywhere you go, you can hear deprecatory protests against marginalisation, against the corporate existence of Nigeria, against inequity, social injustice, ethnical and religious intolerance, against the unhindered ravages of Fulani herdsmen and hues and cries for the restructuring of the Federation or even the outright balkanization of Nigeria as a country. These protests are given a common-on fillip by the philippics of t

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria

Nigeria Losing Share in Global U.S.$560 Billion Space Tech Revenue – Experts

[Daily Trust] Despite having three satellites in the orbit, Nigeria is losing out in the annual space technology revenue of about $558.2bn due to lack of ground infrastructure and epileptic power supply and inter agency bickering , two space technology…

[Daily Trust] Despite having three satellites in the orbit, Nigeria is losing out in the annual space technology revenue of about $558.2bn due to lack of ground infrastructure and epileptic power supply and inter agency bickering , two space technology experts have said.

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria