20,000 Ghost Workers Removed From Nigeria Defence Ministry’s Payroll – Minister

[Premium Times] The Minister of Defence, Mansur Ali, said on Tuesday that 20,000 ghost workers have been removed from the ministry’s payroll, the News Agency of Nigeria reports.

[Premium Times] The Minister of Defence, Mansur Ali, said on Tuesday that 20,000 ghost workers have been removed from the ministry's payroll, the News Agency of Nigeria reports.

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria

MIA Urges Nimba Officials to Be True Servants

[New Dawn] Internal Affairs Minister Dr. Henrique Tokpah has called on local authorities in Nimba County to be true servants of the people and help to bring justice to Nimbaians rather than doing things that will bring disunity among them.

[New Dawn] Internal Affairs Minister Dr. Henrique Tokpah has called on local authorities in Nimba County to be true servants of the people and help to bring justice to Nimbaians rather than doing things that will bring disunity among them.

source: AllAfrica News: Liberia

Tension Between Arcelormittal and Nimbaians?

[New Dawn] Tension appears to be building between mineral mining company ArcelorMittal and Nimbaians, demonstrated in Senator Thomas Grupee’s threat to initiate legal action against the company for allegedly fooling Nimba citizens.

[New Dawn] Tension appears to be building between mineral mining company ArcelorMittal and Nimbaians, demonstrated in Senator Thomas Grupee's threat to initiate legal action against the company for allegedly fooling Nimba citizens.

source: AllAfrica News: Liberia

Brumskine Runs Out of Messages

[New Dawn] In a rather unthinkable comment, Liberty Party Standard Bearer, Cllr. Charles Walker Brumskine, is promising here that if elected President of Liberia in the pending elections, he would recruit criminals commonly referred to as zogoes into t…

[New Dawn] In a rather unthinkable comment, Liberty Party Standard Bearer, Cllr. Charles Walker Brumskine, is promising here that if elected President of Liberia in the pending elections, he would recruit criminals commonly referred to as zogoes into the Armed Forces of Liberia, though the new AFL bars drug users and persons with criminal and bad human rights records.

source: AllAfrica News: Liberia

Pres. Sirleaf Condemns Violence in I. Coast

[New Dawn] President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf, who is also Chair of the Authority of Heads of State and Government of ECOWAS, has vehemently condemned the acts of violence which are being perpetrated by mutinous soldiers in Côte d’Ivoire in their demand for compensation allegedly promised them by their government.

[New Dawn] President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf, who is also Chair of the Authority of Heads of State and Government of ECOWAS, has vehemently condemned the acts of violence which are being perpetrated by mutinous soldiers in Côte d'Ivoire in their demand for compensation allegedly promised them by their government.

source: AllAfrica News: Liberia

Neufville Tipped for Boakai’s Running Mate

[New Dawn] As the search for a running mate for Vice President Joseph Boakai intensifies, a youth group from southeastern Liberia is urging the Unity Party standard bearer to pick Deputy Youth and Sports Minister, Rufus Neufville.

[New Dawn] As the search for a running mate for Vice President Joseph Boakai intensifies, a youth group from southeastern Liberia is urging the Unity Party standard bearer to pick Deputy Youth and Sports Minister, Rufus Neufville.

source: AllAfrica News: Liberia

Macron’s Franco-Senegalese Advisor Making Waves

[Deutsche Welle] Following his victory, French President Emmanuel Macron’s communications advisor has been recognized as a key component of Macron’s success, and is even considered a role model to young African women.

[Deutsche Welle] Following his victory, French President Emmanuel Macron's communications advisor has been recognized as a key component of Macron's success, and is even considered a role model to young African women.

source: AllAfrica News: Senegal

Nation Gets $1.3 Billion for Economy, Security

[East African] World leaders have pledged to support Somalia’s new government and its security and economic reforms. However, the government has been tasked with using its support from citizens to deliver on its promises.

[East African] World leaders have pledged to support Somalia's new government and its security and economic reforms. However, the government has been tasked with using its support from citizens to deliver on its promises.

source: AllAfrica News: Somalia