4 Nigerian Journalists Win ICFJ/UN Prizes for Outstanding Reports

[Guardian] Four Nigerian journalists have been awarded prizes of 1,750 dollars by the International Center for Journalists (ICFJ) and the United Nations Foundation for their outstanding coverage of conflict, flooding and desertification.

[Guardian] Four Nigerian journalists have been awarded prizes of 1,750 dollars by the International Center for Journalists (ICFJ) and the United Nations Foundation for their outstanding coverage of conflict, flooding and desertification.

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria

CA to Give Smart Fridges, Meters Identifiers

[Nation] Internet-of-Things enabled gadgets that are either imported into or produced in Kenya will be issued with 15-digit numbers as unique identifiers as per proposed rules by the regulator.

[Nation] Internet-of-Things enabled gadgets that are either imported into or produced in Kenya will be issued with 15-digit numbers as unique identifiers as per proposed rules by the regulator.

source: AllAfrica News: Kenya

Firm Eyes Guarantees for Construction Sector

[Zimbabwe Independent] ZB Financial Holdings has increased its focus on guarantee programmes for loan growth targeting the construction industry with over US$40 million worth of guarantees having been funded in the FY2017.

[Zimbabwe Independent] ZB Financial Holdings has increased its focus on guarantee programmes for loan growth targeting the construction industry with over US$40 million worth of guarantees having been funded in the FY2017.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Defence Spokesperson Visits Premium Times, Seeks Warmer Ties With Military

[Premium Times] John Agim, the acting director of information at Nigeria’s defence headquarters, on Wednesday visited PREMIUM TIMES, emphasising the need for congenial media-military relationship in an age of 24-hour news cycle and unconventional warfa…

[Premium Times] John Agim, the acting director of information at Nigeria's defence headquarters, on Wednesday visited PREMIUM TIMES, emphasising the need for congenial media-military relationship in an age of 24-hour news cycle and unconventional warfare in Nigeria's north-east.

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria

Despite Millions of Naira Budgetary Provision, Oyo School Remains in Ruins

[Premium Times] The buildings are dilapidated and dirty. The roofs decayed and some caving in, and the walls damp and ornamented by matured algae. This description is that of a secondary school in Nigeria’s self-styled Pacesetter State. And the year is…

[Premium Times] The buildings are dilapidated and dirty. The roofs decayed and some caving in, and the walls damp and ornamented by matured algae. This description is that of a secondary school in Nigeria's self-styled Pacesetter State. And the year is 2018.

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria