Nurses Snap at COG – We’ve Been Sacked 10 Times Before

[Capital FM] Nairobi -The Kenya National Union of Nurses striking members resorted to witty placards, dance, songs, selfie sticks and wearing theatre caps and masks to communicate their message on Monday.

[Capital FM] Nairobi -The Kenya National Union of Nurses striking members resorted to witty placards, dance, songs, selfie sticks and wearing theatre caps and masks to communicate their message on Monday.

source: AllAfrica News: Kenya

FC Bea Mountain FC Technical Director Extols Management

[Observer] After finishing fifth in the 2016/2017 second division league season of the Liberia Football Association, the Technical Director of Cape Mount based club FC Bea Mountain, Emmanuel Shoniyin, has extolled the management of the team for the lev…

[Observer] After finishing fifth in the 2016/2017 second division league season of the Liberia Football Association, the Technical Director of Cape Mount based club FC Bea Mountain, Emmanuel Shoniyin, has extolled the management of the team for the level of support during the just ended league season. Shoniyin said FC Bea Mountain, owned by the Bea Mountain Manning Company, was able to finish in the fifth position of the top flight league due to the overwhelming support from the management.

source: AllAfrica News: Liberia

Wounded Dynamos Players Hungry for More

[The Herald] Dynamos coach Lloyd Mutasa believes his players are a wounded lion as they go into another battle with rivals CAPS United at Rufaro on Sunday where they will be out to atone for the disappointing draw against Highlanders. The high-profile …

[The Herald] Dynamos coach Lloyd Mutasa believes his players are a wounded lion as they go into another battle with rivals CAPS United at Rufaro on Sunday where they will be out to atone for the disappointing draw against Highlanders. The high-profile games have come thick and fast for the Glamour Boys and, for the third week running, they find themselves battling against one of the league's two big teams.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Germany Legend Matthäus to Visit Kenya

[Capital FM] Nairobi -Germany’s most capped player and former captain Lothar Matthäus is scheduled to arrive in Kenya on September 18 as part of a two-day Bundesliga legends tour courtesy of African broadcast partners StarTimes.

[Capital FM] Nairobi -Germany's most capped player and former captain Lothar Matthäus is scheduled to arrive in Kenya on September 18 as part of a two-day Bundesliga legends tour courtesy of African broadcast partners StarTimes.

source: AllAfrica News: Kenya

Oil, Gas to Become World’s Primary Energy Source By 2035

[Vanguard] Despite the call for the development of alternative energy resources, oil and gas that Nigeria depends on for foreign exchange generation would continue to dominate the world’s energy mix by 2035.

[Vanguard] Despite the call for the development of alternative energy resources, oil and gas that Nigeria depends on for foreign exchange generation would continue to dominate the world's energy mix by 2035.

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria

Soldiers Helped Herdsmen to Attack Us, Victims Tell Presidential Probe Panel

[Vanguard] Abuja -The Presidential Panel set up to investigate alleged human rights violations by the Nigerian Army, yesterday, held its inaugural sitting in Abuja, with Benue indigenes narrating how soldiers helped rampaging herdsmen to attack their c…

[Vanguard] Abuja -The Presidential Panel set up to investigate alleged human rights violations by the Nigerian Army, yesterday, held its inaugural sitting in Abuja, with Benue indigenes narrating how soldiers helped rampaging herdsmen to attack their communities.

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria

Trado-Religious Therapy, Key to Suicide Prevention in Nigeria

[Vanguard] Worried by the growing incidence of suicide among Nigerians, psychiatrists and physicians in general recently called for high index of suspicion for signs and symptoms of depression among patients.

[Vanguard] Worried by the growing incidence of suicide among Nigerians, psychiatrists and physicians in general recently called for high index of suspicion for signs and symptoms of depression among patients.

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria

Insecurity – Akeredolu Summons Security Chiefs, Monarchs, Others

[Vanguard] Worried by the security challenges in the state in the last few months, governor Rotimi Akeredolu yesterday met with security chiefs, traditional rulers, council Chairmen and other stakeholders on how to end the challenges.

[Vanguard] Worried by the security challenges in the state in the last few months, governor Rotimi Akeredolu yesterday met with security chiefs, traditional rulers, council Chairmen and other stakeholders on how to end the challenges.

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria