UN to Honour Two Nigerian Fallen Peacekeepers

[Premium Times] Two fallen peacekeepers from Nigeria, Christopher Ademu Abu, a commodore, and Mayehm Norbert, a police sergeant, are among the 117 that would be honoured with the posthumous Dag Hammarskjöld medal.

[Premium Times] Two fallen peacekeepers from Nigeria, Christopher Ademu Abu, a commodore, and Mayehm Norbert, a police sergeant, are among the 117 that would be honoured with the posthumous Dag Hammarskjöld medal.

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria

Festac Town – Lagos Cultural Town Turns Football Nursery

[Premium Times] While Festac Town in Lagos is notorious for social vices like prostitution and internet fraud, a brighter side to the community is now emerging as a nursery for football talents.

[Premium Times] While Festac Town in Lagos is notorious for social vices like prostitution and internet fraud, a brighter side to the community is now emerging as a nursery for football talents.

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria

Vera Sidika Disses Khaligraph for ‘Bleaching’

[Nation] Controversial Socialite Vera Sidika, who recently emerged from a brief hiatus from the limelight in a much lighter skin tone, has hit out at rapper Khaligraph Jone for bleaching himself.

[Nation] Controversial Socialite Vera Sidika, who recently emerged from a brief hiatus from the limelight in a much lighter skin tone, has hit out at rapper Khaligraph Jone for bleaching himself.

source: AllAfrica News: Kenya

Rapper Khaligraph Jones Schooled By Kenyan Socialite Vera Sidika

[Capital FM] Controversial rap star Khaligraph Jones had many talking after a wild weekend on social media.  Starting the weekend off with a live interview on Kenyan broadcast K24 on the Talk Central show, The O.G went on to burn the interviewers on the Talk Central Gang, responding to their careless questions.  Khaligraph did not hesitate to serve up some sarcastic comebacks to the panel of 3. Anto Neo Soul bore the brunt of the harsh replies as the interview went on live.

[Capital FM] Controversial rap star Khaligraph Jones had many talking after a wild weekend on social media.  Starting the weekend off with a live interview on Kenyan broadcast K24 on the Talk Central show, The O.G went on to burn the interviewers on the Talk Central Gang, responding to their careless questions.  Khaligraph did not hesitate to serve up some sarcastic comebacks to the panel of 3. Anto Neo Soul bore the brunt of the harsh replies as the interview went on live.

source: AllAfrica News: Kenya

Gunjur Fisher Folks Speak On the Dumping of Fish

[Foroyaa] Fisher folks in Gunjur have expressed their views on the large amount of fish found on its beaches and roadsides. Musa Jammeh, a fisher folk at the center explained that the cause of fish dumping on the said beach was due to the following rea…

[Foroyaa] Fisher folks in Gunjur have expressed their views on the large amount of fish found on its beaches and roadsides. Musa Jammeh, a fisher folk at the center explained that the cause of fish dumping on the said beach was due to the following reasons:

source: AllAfrica News: Gambia

Is the Country Prepared for the Groundnut Season?

[Foroyaa] June is the final month for the preparation of a farming season. The government must not have agriculture wrong. This is the foundation of food security and the purchasing power of the farming community. It is therefore important for Foroyaa …

[Foroyaa] June is the final month for the preparation of a farming season. The government must not have agriculture wrong. This is the foundation of food security and the purchasing power of the farming community. It is therefore important for Foroyaa to tell the government that many farmers are concerned with the availability of fertilizer on time at reasonable cost. It is therefore significant for GRTS to do what Foroyaa has done by visiting the farming community to find out what their concerns are. We can state w

source: AllAfrica News: Gambia

Golden Lead Denies Dumping Fish

[Foroyaa] Ms Jojo Huang of Golden Lead told Foroyaa on Saturday that it is incorrect to say that their company dumps fish in the sea or anywhere, whether in Gunjur or elsewhere. She emphasized that their company is in no way responsible for the spoilt …

[Foroyaa] Ms Jojo Huang of Golden Lead told Foroyaa on Saturday that it is incorrect to say that their company dumps fish in the sea or anywhere, whether in Gunjur or elsewhere. She emphasized that their company is in no way responsible for the spoilt fish on the beaches and roadsides of Gunjur. Ms Jojo Huang, the daughter of the proprietor, made these statements when she visited Foroyaa's offices to clarify the position of their company. She was accompanied by Mr Bakary Darboe of the same company.

source: AllAfrica News: Gambia