Firm Tackles Immigration Corruption

[Guardian] The Managing partner Of Prince Joel and Associates, an indigenous law firm, Prince William-Joel has said there is need to tackle corruption in the immigration parastatal and travelling agencies in Nigeria in order to eliminate all forms of m…

[Guardian] The Managing partner Of Prince Joel and Associates, an indigenous law firm, Prince William-Joel has said there is need to tackle corruption in the immigration parastatal and travelling agencies in Nigeria in order to eliminate all forms of mishaps relating to immigration.

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria

Your Royal Highness, Please Curse Corrupt Leaders!

[Guardian] May I humbly and respectfully call on His Highness, Oba Ewuare II, of Benin Kingdom, to please deliver a powerful curse on all corrupt and irresponsible leaders and politicians who have used their office to steal public funds and deprive our…

[Guardian] May I humbly and respectfully call on His Highness, Oba Ewuare II, of Benin Kingdom, to please deliver a powerful curse on all corrupt and irresponsible leaders and politicians who have used their office to steal public funds and deprive our people of the comfortable we all deserve?

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria

Pot and Kettle

[Guardian] The scenario is dramatically enticing. The PDP had wanted to say to Nigerians that it had sinned in the past and come short of their glory.

[Guardian] The scenario is dramatically enticing. The PDP had wanted to say to Nigerians that it had sinned in the past and come short of their glory.

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria

World Bank Ups SA Growth Forecast but Says Slow Growth Hobbles Economy

[News24Wire] The World Bank has increased its projected growth for South Africa’s gross domestic product, but said on Tuesday that the economy needs to break free from the low growth and high inequality it has been trapped in for decades.

[News24Wire] The World Bank has increased its projected growth for South Africa's gross domestic product, but said on Tuesday that the economy needs to break free from the low growth and high inequality it has been trapped in for decades.

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa

Angola’s J-Lo Talks the Talk, Doesn’t Walk the Walk

[Maka] On being sworn in as President of Angola last September, João Lourenço vowed he would crack down on the rampant corruption that flourished under his predecessor, José Eduardo dos Santos. He has, indeed, taken some steps towards honouring that promise. But in reality, those in power continue to benefit from self-awarded perks, favouritism and influence peddling while ignoring conflicts of interest.

[Maka] On being sworn in as President of Angola last September, João Lourenço vowed he would crack down on the rampant corruption that flourished under his predecessor, José Eduardo dos Santos. He has, indeed, taken some steps towards honouring that promise. But in reality, those in power continue to benefit from self-awarded perks, favouritism and influence peddling while ignoring conflicts of interest.

source: AllAfrica News: Angola

Eight Feared Killed in Plateau, Anambra Attacks

[Guardian] Jos,Awka,Kaduna, Makurdi and Maiduguri -No fewer than eight persons were on Sunday night shot dead by unknown gunmen at a relaxation spot in Nding community of Fan District, Barkin Ladi council area of Plateau State.

[Guardian] Jos,Awka,Kaduna, Makurdi and Maiduguri -No fewer than eight persons were on Sunday night shot dead by unknown gunmen at a relaxation spot in Nding community of Fan District, Barkin Ladi council area of Plateau State.

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria

Public School Teachers On Strike Nationwide

[ANGOP] Luanda -Teachers of primary and secondary public schools nationwide on Monday largely joined the strike called by the Teachers’ Trade Union (Sinprof) going from April 9 to 27, thus leaving students without classes.

[ANGOP] Luanda -Teachers of primary and secondary public schools nationwide on Monday largely joined the strike called by the Teachers' Trade Union (Sinprof) going from April 9 to 27, thus leaving students without classes.

source: AllAfrica News: Angola

An Attack On Nigeria’s Schoolgirls Is an Attack On Education

[ISS] On 19 February 2018, militants arrived in trucks at the Government Girls Science and Technology College in Dapchi, Nigeria, wielding guns and abducting scores of girls. After a delay in releasing the precise number of schoolgirls taken, 110 were …

[ISS] On 19 February 2018, militants arrived in trucks at the Government Girls Science and Technology College in Dapchi, Nigeria, wielding guns and abducting scores of girls. After a delay in releasing the precise number of schoolgirls taken, 110 were declared missing.

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria