PDP Plans Reception for Over 8,000 Suspected APC Defectors

[This Day] Port Harcourt -The Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) in Rivers State has said it will hold a mega rally receive more than 8,000 persons who defected to the party from the All Progressives Congress (APC) with former Governor Rotimi Amaechi’s Chi…

[This Day] Port Harcourt -The Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) in Rivers State has said it will hold a mega rally receive more than 8,000 persons who defected to the party from the All Progressives Congress (APC) with former Governor Rotimi Amaechi's Chief Political Strategist, Chief Emeh Glory Emeh.

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria

Nigerians in Frantic Move to Sell Property Before UK Unveils Owners

[Leadership] Rattled by reports that the United Kingdom was planning to lift the lid on owners of property in that country, Nigerians, especially politically exposed persons, who own property in the UK have begun moves to dispose of the property.

[Leadership] Rattled by reports that the United Kingdom was planning to lift the lid on owners of property in that country, Nigerians, especially politically exposed persons, who own property in the UK have begun moves to dispose of the property.

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria

What Donald Trump Order On Somalia Means

[Nation] New York -President Donald Trump’s recent order allowing more aggressive US military action in Somalia increases the risk of civilian casualties and consequent recruitment gains for Al-Shabaab, analysts say.

[Nation] New York -President Donald Trump's recent order allowing more aggressive US military action in Somalia increases the risk of civilian casualties and consequent recruitment gains for Al-Shabaab, analysts say.

source: AllAfrica News: Somalia

Two Dead As LASG, Police Again Invades Otodo Gbame Community

[This Day] The Otodo Gbame community was a picture of helplessness, sheer agony and pains yesterday following the invasion of the Lagos State Government on their land, which has so far claimed two lives and left over 4,698 displaced.

[This Day] The Otodo Gbame community was a picture of helplessness, sheer agony and pains yesterday following the invasion of the Lagos State Government on their land, which has so far claimed two lives and left over 4,698 displaced.

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria

Regional Passport for Release Next Year

[Daily News] Arusha -Issuance of international passports for East African Community (EAC) has been re-scheduled to early next year, the same time the African Union also intends to release its travel document.

[Daily News] Arusha -Issuance of international passports for East African Community (EAC) has been re-scheduled to early next year, the same time the African Union also intends to release its travel document.

source: AllAfrica News: Tanzania

Galmudug Wraps up Registration of Candidates Vying for the Region’s Presidency

[Dalsan Radio] Galmudug presidential election commission has said they wrapped up the registration process for the presidential candidates ahead of the poll slated for April 10.

[Dalsan Radio] Galmudug presidential election commission has said they wrapped up the registration process for the presidential candidates ahead of the poll slated for April 10.

source: AllAfrica News: Somalia

New Mogadishu Air and Seaport Managers, NISA Deputy Named

[Dalsan Radio] A day after top security appointments were made, Prime Minister Hassan Khayre has named new air and seaport managers for Mogadishu as well as the deputy commander of NISA.

[Dalsan Radio] A day after top security appointments were made, Prime Minister Hassan Khayre has named new air and seaport managers for Mogadishu as well as the deputy commander of NISA.

source: AllAfrica News: Somalia

Teacher Union Boss Criticises Govt for Tablets Project

[Nation] The Kenya National Union of Teachers (Knut) on Sunday accused the government of prioritising, in its budget, the provision of tablets to primary schools over the employment of teachers.

[Nation] The Kenya National Union of Teachers (Knut) on Sunday accused the government of prioritising, in its budget, the provision of tablets to primary schools over the employment of teachers.

source: AllAfrica News: Kenya

CVR Calls for Human Rights Respect and Good Governance to End Crisis

[Iwacu] “Different commissions were set up by Burundi Government but no lasting solutions have been found for a sustainable peace”, says Bishop Jean Louis Nahimana, Chairman of the Truth and Reconciliation Commission (CVR) while speaking about the comm…

[Iwacu] "Different commissions were set up by Burundi Government but no lasting solutions have been found for a sustainable peace", says Bishop Jean Louis Nahimana, Chairman of the Truth and Reconciliation Commission (CVR) while speaking about the commission's achievements two years after its creation. He says the main cause is that the stakeholders in Burundi crisis are politically motivated. "Instead of sitting together to seek a lasting solution to the country's problems, they rather put forth their own interes

source: AllAfrica News: Burundi