State of Threatened Emergency Ends

The threatened state or emergency has come to an end after the 90 day window from the date off approval by parliament. President Edgar Lungu declared the threatened state of emergency on July 5 in the aftermath of the burning … Continued

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The threatened state or emergency has come to an end after the 90 day window from the date off approval by parliament. President Edgar Lungu declared the threatened state of emergency on July 5 in the aftermath of the burning down of City Market by unknown people suspected to have had a political motive. The state of emergency was approved by parliament on July 11 taking effect but legally it cannot last beyond 90 days without being reviewed. Justice Minister Given Lubinda appealed to the citizenry not to use the lapse of the state of threatened emergency to fan anarchy. He said law enforcement agencies would remain on alert despite the state of threatened emergency coming to a close. Article 31 [Declaration Relating to Threatened Emergency] (1) The President may at any time by the Proclamation published in the Gazette declare that a situation exists which, if it is allowed to continue may lead to a state of public emergency. (2) A declaration made under clause (1) of this Article shall cease to have effect on the expiration of a period of seven days commencing with the day on which the declaration is made unless, before the expiration of such period, it has been approved by a resolution of the National Assembly supported by a majority of all the members thereof not counting the Speaker. (3) In reckoning any period of seven days for the purpose of clause (2) no account shall be taken of any time during which Parliament is dissolved. (4) A declaration made under clause (1), may, at any time before it has been approved by a resolution of the National Assembly, be revoked by the President by Proclamation published in the Gazette. (5) Subject to clause (6) a resolution of the National Assembly under clause (2) shall continue in force until the expiration of a period of three months commencing with the date of it’s being approved or until revoked on an earlier date of its being so approved or until such earlier date as may be specified in the resolution. (6) The National Assembly may by resolution, at any time revoke a resolution made by it under this Article. (7) Whenever an election to the office of President results in a change in the holder of that office, any declaration made under this Article and in force immediately before the day on which the President assumes office, shall cease to have effect on the expiration of seven days commencing with that day. (8) The expiration or revocation of any declaration or resolution made under this Article shall not affect the validity of anything previously done in reliance on such declaration. The post State of Threatened Emergency Ends appeared first on Zambia Reports.

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More U.S. Backing ‘Forthcoming’ for Buhari’s Drives Against Corruption & Boko Haram – New Ambassador

[allAfrica] The Nigerian embassy in Washington, DC – arguably one of the country’s key diplomatic outposts – has an ambassador at the helm for the first time since Professor Adebowale Adefuye died unexpectedly two years ago, after serving as Nigeria’s …

[allAfrica] The Nigerian embassy in Washington, DC - arguably one of the country's key diplomatic outposts - has an ambassador at the helm for the first time since Professor Adebowale Adefuye died unexpectedly two years ago, after serving as Nigeria's envoy to the United States for five years. Hassan Mohammed Hassan, a career diplomat, took up his assignment last month as deputy chief of mission with the rank of ambassador -- more than two years after President Mohammadu Buhari took office.

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria

External Borrowing – Buhari Mortgaging Our Future, Warns PDP

[This Day] Abuja and Ado-Ekiti -The Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) has expressed concern over the move by President Muhammadu Buhari to obtain a foreign loan to the tune of $5.5 billion.

[This Day] Abuja and Ado-Ekiti -The Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) has expressed concern over the move by President Muhammadu Buhari to obtain a foreign loan to the tune of $5.5 billion.

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria

Inflation of 0.24% in September

[AIM] Maputo -After several months of falling prices, September saw inflation in Mozambique of 0.24 per cent, as measured by the consumer price indices in the three largest cities (Maputo, Nampula and Beira).

[AIM] Maputo -After several months of falling prices, September saw inflation in Mozambique of 0.24 per cent, as measured by the consumer price indices in the three largest cities (Maputo, Nampula and Beira).

source: AllAfrica News: Mozambique

Court Orders Permanent Forfeiture of Former Oil Minister’s 56 Properties

[This Day] A Federal High Court in Lagos Wednesday ordered the permanent forfeiture of 56 properties situated in Lagos, Port Harcourt and Abuja, valued at $21,982,224 (about N6.7 billion) and allegedly linked to a former Minister of Petroleum Resources…

[This Day] A Federal High Court in Lagos Wednesday ordered the permanent forfeiture of 56 properties situated in Lagos, Port Harcourt and Abuja, valued at $21,982,224 (about N6.7 billion) and allegedly linked to a former Minister of Petroleum Resources, Mrs. Diezani Alison-Madueke, to the federal government.

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria

Cancer Treatment First Alternative Therapy Arrives Nigeria

[This Day] Abuja -In what seems to be a milestone achievement, Nigerians can now breathe a sigh of relief especially in the treatment of cancer, as an alternative therapy, the first of its kind in Nigeria and Africa, known as the Helexior therapy has f…

[This Day] Abuja -In what seems to be a milestone achievement, Nigerians can now breathe a sigh of relief especially in the treatment of cancer, as an alternative therapy, the first of its kind in Nigeria and Africa, known as the Helexior therapy has found its way into the country.

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria

Paris Club Refund – EFCC Takes Investigation to Cross River

[This Day] Calabar -There are fears that the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) has taken its full scale investigation into how the Cross River State government applied the Paris Club loan refunds paid to the state.

[This Day] Calabar -There are fears that the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC) has taken its full scale investigation into how the Cross River State government applied the Paris Club loan refunds paid to the state.

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria

Today Picture: Beauty Is In The Eyes Of The “Beer-Holder”

The Chengelo video has generated some of the most fierce debates on social media. Many condemn the beating of Gawen Powell by two of his schoolmates Mwila Hara and Jabulani Nhliziyo. The fight was over a girl – a student … Continued

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The Chengelo video has generated some of the most fierce debates on social media. Many condemn the beating of Gawen Powell by two of his schoolmates Mwila Hara and Jabulani Nhliziyo. The fight was over a girl – a student at the school. That female who is at the center of the controversy has been featured on social media. No names are linked to her. So, we can call her GABULANI. She makes picture of the day and the week. The post Today Picture: Beauty Is In The Eyes Of The “Beer-Holder” appeared first on Zambia Reports.

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Age Limit – MP Magyezi Wants Legal Committee Disbanded

[Observer] Igara West MP Raphael Magyezi wants the Legal and Parliamentary Affairs committee of parliament reconstituted, to get rid of MPs opposed to the Constitution Amendment Bill (No 2) 2017.

[Observer] Igara West MP Raphael Magyezi wants the Legal and Parliamentary Affairs committee of parliament reconstituted, to get rid of MPs opposed to the Constitution Amendment Bill (No 2) 2017.

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda