Security Is Well Ensured On Burundi Borders, Say MPs

[Iwacu] During the plenary session at the National Assembly where the ministers of Public Security and Defense were invited to throw light on security related issues, they say security is ensured throughout the Burundian territory.

[Iwacu] During the plenary session at the National Assembly where the ministers of Public Security and Defense were invited to throw light on security related issues, they say security is ensured throughout the Burundian territory.

source: AllAfrica News: Burundi

Political Actors Accuse EAC of Helping Government Force Refugees to Return

[Iwacu] A visit to a Burundi refugee camp in Tanzania by delegations and personalities mainly from the EAC was seen by critics as a move to force the refugees to return.

[Iwacu] A visit to a Burundi refugee camp in Tanzania by delegations and personalities mainly from the EAC was seen by critics as a move to force the refugees to return.

source: AllAfrica News: Burundi

Is Oil-Rich Rivers State Safer Than Lagos, Kano & 3 Others As Its Governor Claimed?

[Africa Check] The governor of Nigeria’s Rivers state is wooing investors. As part of Nyesom Wike’s pitch, he insists that his administration’s investments in security in the southern state are paying off.

[Africa Check] The governor of Nigeria's Rivers state is wooing investors. As part of Nyesom Wike's pitch, he insists that his administration's investments in security in the southern state are paying off.

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria

36,000 Niger Farmers Benefit From CBN’s Anchor Borrowers’ Programme

[This Day] Uyo and Minna -The Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) has said that not less than 36,000 farmers in Niger state are currently benefiting from its Anchor Borrowers’ Programme(ABP).

[This Day] Uyo and Minna -The Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) has said that not less than 36,000 farmers in Niger state are currently benefiting from its Anchor Borrowers' Programme(ABP).

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria

SPLM-IO Defends VP’s Record

[VOA] This week marks one year since South Sudan’s First Vice President Taban Deng Gai was sworn in to replace Riek Machar after fighting broke out between the presidential guards and the SPLM-IO rebels loyal to Machar.

[VOA] This week marks one year since South Sudan's First Vice President Taban Deng Gai was sworn in to replace Riek Machar after fighting broke out between the presidential guards and the SPLM-IO rebels loyal to Machar.

source: AllAfrica News: South Sudan