Oil, Minerals Producing Areas Develop Blueprint to End Niger Delta Crisis

[Vanguard] Oil and Solid Mineral Producing Area Landlords’ Association of Nigeria, OMPALAN, yesterday, said it had developed a blue-print that would help end the lingering crisis in the Niger Delta and other minerals producing communities across the co…

[Vanguard] Oil and Solid Mineral Producing Area Landlords' Association of Nigeria, OMPALAN, yesterday, said it had developed a blue-print that would help end the lingering crisis in the Niger Delta and other minerals producing communities across the country.

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria

Milo the Police Dog Praised for Making Drug Bust

[News24Wire] Milo the police dog was praised for helping sniff out drugs with an estimated street value of nearly R1 million, during a case being heard in the Nelspruit Regional Court.

[News24Wire] Milo the police dog was praised for helping sniff out drugs with an estimated street value of nearly R1 million, during a case being heard in the Nelspruit Regional Court.

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa

Amaechi Explains Role in Controversial Helicopters Purchase

[Leadership] Former Rivers State governor and current minister of Transport, Chibuike Rotimi Amaechi has explained the purpose for purchase of the two controversial helicopters sized by the Nigeria Customs Service.

[Leadership] Former Rivers State governor and current minister of Transport, Chibuike Rotimi Amaechi has explained the purpose for purchase of the two controversial helicopters sized by the Nigeria Customs Service.

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria

Bad News – IMF Is Back

[Independent (Kampala)] Lagarde is visiting when the government is desperate for new money but in no mood to listen. Usually that means no deal but possibly not when the IMF and Museveni need each other.

[Independent (Kampala)] Lagarde is visiting when the government is desperate for new money but in no mood to listen. Usually that means no deal but possibly not when the IMF and Museveni need each other.

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda

Reps Grill Police Chiefs Over Loss of Arms, Officers’ Deaths

[Guardian] Abuja -The House of Representatives Committee on Public Accounts has grilled officers in the top echelon of the Nigeria Police over their handling of the deaths of policemen across the country. The deaths were reportedly caused by religious …

[Guardian] Abuja -The House of Representatives Committee on Public Accounts has grilled officers in the top echelon of the Nigeria Police over their handling of the deaths of policemen across the country. The deaths were reportedly caused by religious bigots, bandits, hoodlums and militants.

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria