Court Adjourns Suit Seeking Final Forfeiture of Patience Jonathan ‘U.S.$5.8 Million’

[Premium Times] A Federal High Court sitting in Lagos on Monday adjourned to May 22, a suit seeking final forfeiture to the Federal Government, of the sum of $5.8 million belonging to former first lady, Patience Jonathan.

[Premium Times] A Federal High Court sitting in Lagos on Monday adjourned to May 22, a suit seeking final forfeiture to the Federal Government, of the sum of $5.8 million belonging to former first lady, Patience Jonathan.

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria

Government Workers Given a Day Off to Celebrate 15 May

[Dalsan Radio] The Federal Government of Somalia has today given its employee a day off in order to celebrate the Somali youth day which is celebrated annually to honor the formation of the Somali Youth League (SYL) who spearheaded the fight for the co…

[Dalsan Radio] The Federal Government of Somalia has today given its employee a day off in order to celebrate the Somali youth day which is celebrated annually to honor the formation of the Somali Youth League (SYL) who spearheaded the fight for the country's independence.

source: AllAfrica News: Somalia

A Forum of 88 Members of Parliament Announced in Nairobi

[Dalsan Radio] A new forum composed of 88 MPs in the Federal Parliament have converged in Nairobi electing Abdirashid Mahamed Xidig as their chair. Under the auspices of the ‘Horosocod’ forum, the MPs plans to marshall support for efforts against the g…

[Dalsan Radio] A new forum composed of 88 MPs in the Federal Parliament have converged in Nairobi electing Abdirashid Mahamed Xidig as their chair. Under the auspices of the 'Horosocod' forum, the MPs plans to marshall support for efforts against the government of Prime Minister, Hassan Ali Khayre and is said to have the blessing of more than 100 MPs.

source: AllAfrica News: Somalia

Various Police Operations in Kwazulu-Natal Yielded Success

[SAPS] In the early hours of yesterday, KwaZulu-Natal Tracking Team and Special Task Force members conducted an operation at Kranskop searching for illegal firearms. They proceeded to a homestead in Khetha area where they arrested a 43-year-old suspect…

[SAPS] In the early hours of yesterday, KwaZulu-Natal Tracking Team and Special Task Force members conducted an operation at Kranskop searching for illegal firearms. They proceeded to a homestead in Khetha area where they arrested a 43-year-old suspect after he was found in possession of two unlicensed firearms with a total of 23 live rounds of ammunition. Police confiscated a shotgun with 15 live rounds and a revolver with eight rounds of ammunition. The suspect was immediately arrested and taken to the police s

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Minister of Police’s Statement Regarding the Passing Away of Mandla Hlatshwayo

[SAPS] The Minister of Police, Mr Fikile Mbalula has learnt with shock and sadness about the passing of Mr Mandla Hlatshwayo, who was brutally killed in an armed robbery in the early hours of the 14th May 2017.

[SAPS] The Minister of Police, Mr Fikile Mbalula has learnt with shock and sadness about the passing of Mr Mandla Hlatshwayo, who was brutally killed in an armed robbery in the early hours of the 14th May 2017.

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa

Things That Cannot Wait

[Daily Trust] Now that the furore has died down [I hope] as to whether Prof Yemi Osinbajo is Acting President of the Federal Republic or he is “coordinating the activities of the government” during President Muhammadu Buhari’s absence, he must quietly …

[Daily Trust] Now that the furore has died down [I hope] as to whether Prof Yemi Osinbajo is Acting President of the Federal Republic or he is "coordinating the activities of the government" during President Muhammadu Buhari's absence, he must quietly adopt a personal road map of what he will do and not do during his uncertain, open-ended and booby trap-laced tenure. It was the combined forces of Senate President Bukola Saraki and Senate Leader Ahmed Lawan, with the acquiescence of all senators, that swept Senator Mao O

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