5th AU-EU Summit – HM the King Receives South-African President in Abidjan

[MAP] Abidjan -HM King Mohammed VI received on Wednesday in Abidjan President of the Republic of South Africa, H.E. Jacob Zuma, on the sidelines of the Sovereign’s participation in the 5th African Union-European Union Summit.

[MAP] Abidjan -HM King Mohammed VI received on Wednesday in Abidjan President of the Republic of South Africa, H.E. Jacob Zuma, on the sidelines of the Sovereign's participation in the 5th African Union-European Union Summit.

source: AllAfrica News: Cote d'Ivoire

Message of HM the King to 5th African Union-European Union Summit in Abidjan, Full Text

[MAP] Abidjan -HM King Mohammed VI sent on Wednesday a message to the 5th African Union-European Union Summit in Abidjan in his capacity as Leader of the African Union on the Migration Issue

[MAP] Abidjan -HM King Mohammed VI sent on Wednesday a message to the 5th African Union-European Union Summit in Abidjan in his capacity as Leader of the African Union on the Migration Issue

source: AllAfrica News: Cote d'Ivoire

Bello Charges Religious Leaders to Support Fight Against Corruption

[Daily Trust] Religious leaders have been called upon to express support for the on-going fight against corruption by highlighting its ills in their preaching and sermons.

[Daily Trust] Religious leaders have been called upon to express support for the on-going fight against corruption by highlighting its ills in their preaching and sermons.

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria

Ikoyigate – Only Whistle-Blower Who Signed Agreement Will Be Paid – Adeosun

[Leadership] Abuja -The federal government has declared that only the whistle-blower who signed the agreement on the discovery of $43.5 million, £27,800 and N23.2 million at No. 16 Osborne Road, in Lagos will be paid.

[Leadership] Abuja -The federal government has declared that only the whistle-blower who signed the agreement on the discovery of $43.5 million, £27,800 and N23.2 million at No. 16 Osborne Road, in Lagos will be paid.

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria

Diplomats Expelled From United Kingdom

[New Dawn] The Liberian Government on Tuesday confirmed the expulsion of two of its diplomats from the United Kingdom, following reports that her Majesty’s Government declared them persona non-grata.

[New Dawn] The Liberian Government on Tuesday confirmed the expulsion of two of its diplomats from the United Kingdom, following reports that her Majesty's Government declared them persona non-grata.

source: AllAfrica News: Liberia

Supreme Court Hears LP’s Appeal Friday

[New Dawn] Liberia’s Supreme Court is due to hear a bill of exception filed before it by opposition Liberty Party (LP) this Friday at 10am, in challenge to rulings made by the Board of Commissioners at the National Elections Commission (NEC) denying LP…

[New Dawn] Liberia’s Supreme Court is due to hear a bill of exception filed before it by opposition Liberty Party (LP) this Friday at 10am, in challenge to rulings made by the Board of Commissioners at the National Elections Commission (NEC) denying LP and ruling Unity Party (UP’s) quest to conduct a rerun of the 10 October presidential and representatives’ elections due to alleged fraud and irregularities.

Taxi Moto Passengers to Pay Fares Using Mobile Money Service in New MTN, Yego Moto Deal

[New Times] Taxi moto customers will now be able to pay their transport fares using mobile money service following the signing of a partnership deal between MTN Rwanda and Yego Moto Company. The new deal means that MTN Mobile Money subscribers will only need to deposit money on their mobile wallets and use the telecom firm’s tap&pay platform to settle their taxi moto fares.

[New Times] Taxi moto customers will now be able to pay their transport fares using mobile money service following the signing of a partnership deal between MTN Rwanda and Yego Moto Company. The new deal means that MTN Mobile Money subscribers will only need to deposit money on their mobile wallets and use the telecom firm's tap&pay platform to settle their taxi moto fares.

source: AllAfrica News: Rwanda