Anti-Graft Agency Blocks Patience Jonathan At Skye Bank

[Guardian] Former Nigerian First Lady, Patience Jonathan, on Monday visited the Maitama branch of the Skyebank in Abuja to withdraw part of her $5.9million recently unfrozen by a Lagos High Court. But she met a brickwall.

[Guardian] Former Nigerian First Lady, Patience Jonathan, on Monday visited the Maitama branch of the Skyebank in Abuja to withdraw part of her $5.9million recently unfrozen by a Lagos High Court. But she met a brickwall.

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria

Anti-Graft Agency Uncovers Another Cash Haul

[Premium Times] A tip from a whistle blower today led operatives of the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission, EFCC, to intercept huge sums of money in various currencies at the popular Balogun market in Lagos.

[Premium Times] A tip from a whistle blower today led operatives of the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission, EFCC, to intercept huge sums of money in various currencies at the popular Balogun market in Lagos.

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria

Govt Refutes Claims of Monitoring Nigerians’ Calls

[Daily Trust] Federal Government has denied the report circulating social media outlets claiming it will as from Monday the tenth of April, monitoring received or sent out by citizens, including their social media posts.

[Daily Trust] Federal Government has denied the report circulating social media outlets claiming it will as from Monday the tenth of April, monitoring received or sent out by citizens, including their social media posts.

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria

Live Like an Artist, At Last!

[The Herald] Shelling The Nuts While blowing one’s own trumpet does not always endear people to their peers, the very act of doing so is offset by the assertion in the proverb that says, “Faint heart never won a fair lady.”

[The Herald] Shelling The Nuts While blowing one's own trumpet does not always endear people to their peers, the very act of doing so is offset by the assertion in the proverb that says, "Faint heart never won a fair lady."

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Office of the Prime Minister to Relocate 3,000 Refugees

[Monitor] Lamwo -A total of 3,500 South Sudan refugees have pitched camp at the Uganda-South Sudan border post of Ngomoromo in Lamwo District as the Office of the Prime Minister (OPM) finalises plans to relocate them in the three different settlement c…

[Monitor] Lamwo -A total of 3,500 South Sudan refugees have pitched camp at the Uganda-South Sudan border post of Ngomoromo in Lamwo District as the Office of the Prime Minister (OPM) finalises plans to relocate them in the three different settlement centres.

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda

Shell Admits It Knew Etete Would Benefit From $1.1 Billion

[Premium Times] After repeated denials in various countries, Anglo-Dutch oil giant, Royal Dutch Shell, on Monday finally admitted it had foreknowledge that the $1.3 billion itself and ENI paid to Nigerian government for the OPL 245 oil block licence wo…

[Premium Times] After repeated denials in various countries, Anglo-Dutch oil giant, Royal Dutch Shell, on Monday finally admitted it had foreknowledge that the $1.3 billion itself and ENI paid to Nigerian government for the OPL 245 oil block licence would ultimately be used to settle convicted former Minister of Petroleum, Dan Etete.

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria

Are Ugandans Ready to Tap Into the BUBU Policy?

[Monitor] Kampala -For close to 15 years, Crane Shoes facility located along 6th Street in Kampala have been producing footwear which ranges from safety shoes, military boots, school shoes, polio boots, casual shoes, classic shoes, and many others. But…

[Monitor] Kampala -For close to 15 years, Crane Shoes facility located along 6th Street in Kampala have been producing footwear which ranges from safety shoes, military boots, school shoes, polio boots, casual shoes, classic shoes, and many others. But due to a small market the company has been forced to produce below capacity.

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda