Sellers Driven Away to Erect Campaign Billboards

[New Dawn] Authorities here are driving away street sellers from petty trading sites in Monrovia and its surrounding to allow parties and independent candidates to erect their campaign billboards here.

[New Dawn] Authorities here are driving away street sellers from petty trading sites in Monrovia and its surrounding to allow parties and independent candidates to erect their campaign billboards here.

source: AllAfrica News: Liberia

PYJ Claims Police Brutality in Kokoya District

[New Dawn] The Standard Bearer of the Movement for Democracy and Reconstruction (MRD) alarms here that officers of the elite Emergency Response Unit (ERU) from the Liberia National Police have allegedly mal-handled several local miners in David Dean To…

[New Dawn] The Standard Bearer of the Movement for Democracy and Reconstruction (MRD) alarms here that officers of the elite Emergency Response Unit (ERU) from the Liberia National Police have allegedly mal-handled several local miners in David Dean Town, Kokoya District, Bong County in central Liberia.

source: AllAfrica News: Liberia

Don’t Vote Wrongly

[New Dawn] Montserrado County District #12 representative candidate Dr. George B. Samah is cautioning Liberians against voting the wrong people into elected offices based on ethnicity, friendship and religious affiliation.

[New Dawn] Montserrado County District #12 representative candidate Dr. George B. Samah is cautioning Liberians against voting the wrong people into elected offices based on ethnicity, friendship and religious affiliation.

source: AllAfrica News: Liberia

Only 160,000 Citizens Pay Tax in Edo – Obaseki

[Guardian] Benin City -Governor Godwin Obaseki of Edo State has said that only 160,000 persons and organisations out of about four million people that reside in the state pay tax to the state coffers every month.

[Guardian] Benin City -Governor Godwin Obaseki of Edo State has said that only 160,000 persons and organisations out of about four million people that reside in the state pay tax to the state coffers every month.

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria

16 Suspects Paraded Over Cultism in Benue

[Daily Trust] Makurdi -The police in Benue State have arrested 16 people in connection with cult activities which led to the death of one Muhammadu Hudu at the North bank area of Makurdi.

[Daily Trust] Makurdi -The police in Benue State have arrested 16 people in connection with cult activities which led to the death of one Muhammadu Hudu at the North bank area of Makurdi.

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria

Five Reasons ‘Breast Is Best’

[Guardian] I remember when I was a little younger and my older sisters would give birth. My mother would go for ‘omu-gwo’ (a tradition where the mother and baby are taken care of by a close relative such as a mother or mother-in-law). My mother would i…

[Guardian] I remember when I was a little younger and my older sisters would give birth. My mother would go for 'omu-gwo' (a tradition where the mother and baby are taken care of by a close relative such as a mother or mother-in-law). My mother would insist that my sisters breastfeed their children. My sisters really had no choice, she practically forced them. She really didn't care if you were tired or if it hurt, she insisted that her grandchildren would not be fed formula milk, at least not in the first few months

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria

Coventry University Holds Open Day for Potential Nigerian Students

[Guardian] Coventry University, United Kingdom is set to meet potential Nigerian students tomorrow in Lagos at an open day forum to showcase its prospects, particularly in entrepreneurship and innovative learning.

[Guardian] Coventry University, United Kingdom is set to meet potential Nigerian students tomorrow in Lagos at an open day forum to showcase its prospects, particularly in entrepreneurship and innovative learning.

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria

Man Kills Wife, Forces Kids to Say She Drank Insecticide

[Daily Trust] Lagos -A 42-year-old man who beat his wife to death penultimate weekend at Oko-Oba area of Lagos allegedly forced his three kids to tell their neighbours that their mother died after she drank insecticide, according to investigation by po…

[Daily Trust] Lagos -A 42-year-old man who beat his wife to death penultimate weekend at Oko-Oba area of Lagos allegedly forced his three kids to tell their neighbours that their mother died after she drank insecticide, according to investigation by police detectives attached to the homicide section of the State Criminal Investigations Department (SCID), Lagos Command.

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria

Anti-Graft Agency ‘Recovers N329 Billion Debts From Nine Oil Marketers’

[Premium Times] The Economic and Financial Crimes Commission has said it recovered over N329 billion from nine major oil markets, being debts owed the Nigerian National Petroleum Commission for supply of refined petroleum products.

[Premium Times] The Economic and Financial Crimes Commission has said it recovered over N329 billion from nine major oil markets, being debts owed the Nigerian National Petroleum Commission for supply of refined petroleum products.

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria