Firm Pledge to Settle Teachers’ Challenges

[Daily News] Moshi -THE Kilimanjaro Regional Administrative Secretary (RAS), Engineer Aisha Amour, says the region has set up a special commission to oversee the exercise effecting transfers to primary schools, some secondary school teachers.

[Daily News] Moshi -THE Kilimanjaro Regional Administrative Secretary (RAS), Engineer Aisha Amour, says the region has set up a special commission to oversee the exercise effecting transfers to primary schools, some secondary school teachers.

source: AllAfrica News: Tanzania

‘NAWEC Pays SENELEC Over D3 Million Monthly’ Baba Fatajo

[Foroyaa] The Managing Director of the National Water and Electricity Company (NAWEC), Baba Fatajo, has disclosed that the nation’s Utility Company pays over three million dalasi to the Senegalese power supplier SENELEC monthly, as expenses for rural b…

[Foroyaa] The Managing Director of the National Water and Electricity Company (NAWEC), Baba Fatajo, has disclosed that the nation's Utility Company pays over three million dalasi to the Senegalese power supplier SENELEC monthly, as expenses for rural border electrification.

source: AllAfrica News: Gambia

Criminal Trials Run Parallel to TRRC

[Foroyaa] Trials of alleged perpetrators of crimes under the Jammeh administration have held sway even before the establishment of the Truth, Reconciliation and Reparation Commission. Now more trials of such alleged perpetrators are on the way.

[Foroyaa] Trials of alleged perpetrators of crimes under the Jammeh administration have held sway even before the establishment of the Truth, Reconciliation and Reparation Commission. Now more trials of such alleged perpetrators are on the way.

source: AllAfrica News: Gambia

Two NIA Officers Granted Bail But…

[Foroyaa] Police have granted bail to two agents of the National Intelligence Agency (NIA) but they will be used as state witnesses against the other 8 agents, Police spokesperson Superintendent Kujabi can confirm to this medium.

[Foroyaa] Police have granted bail to two agents of the National Intelligence Agency (NIA) but they will be used as state witnesses against the other 8 agents, Police spokesperson Superintendent Kujabi can confirm to this medium.

source: AllAfrica News: Gambia

At the ‘Janneh’ Commission – Amadou Samba Reappears

[Foroyaa] Amadou Samba, businessman, yesterday reappeared before the ‘Janneh’ Commission to give testimony on the construction of Kanilai Recording Studio, Conference Centre and dormitories, due to the ‘instrumental’ role he played in their construction.

[Foroyaa] Amadou Samba, businessman, yesterday reappeared before the 'Janneh' Commission to give testimony on the construction of Kanilai Recording Studio, Conference Centre and dormitories, due to the 'instrumental' role he played in their construction.

source: AllAfrica News: Gambia

Two Dead, 3 Wounded in Separate Explosions in Mogadishu

[Shabelle] At least two people were confirmed dead and three injured in two separate landmine explosions reported in Mogadishu on Monday morning. The first explosion targeted a vehicle in Odweyne area in the capital’s northern Deynile district, killing…

[Shabelle] At least two people were confirmed dead and three injured in two separate landmine explosions reported in Mogadishu on Monday morning. The first explosion targeted a vehicle in Odweyne area in the capital's northern Deynile district, killing at least two people, according to eyewitnesses.

source: AllAfrica News: Somalia

Justifying Nigeria’s Inelegant Refusal to Sign the Africa Trade Deal

[Guardian] Nigeria is the most populous country in Africa with current population estimated at about 194 million growing at about 2.6 per cent per annum. It is said that every one of four black people in the world is a Nigerian.

[Guardian] Nigeria is the most populous country in Africa with current population estimated at about 194 million growing at about 2.6 per cent per annum. It is said that every one of four black people in the world is a Nigerian.

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria