Court Fixes July 5 for Hearing in Malabu Oil Suit

[Guardian] Abuja -A Federal High Court in Abuja yesterday deferred hearing on the preliminary objections to the suit filed by Malabu Oil and Gas Limited against the Federal Government.

[Guardian] Abuja -A Federal High Court in Abuja yesterday deferred hearing on the preliminary objections to the suit filed by Malabu Oil and Gas Limited against the Federal Government.

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria

WASCAL Moves to Mitigate Effects of Climate Change

[Leadership] Abuja -The executive director, West Africa Science Centre on Climate Change and Adopted Land Use, WASCAL, Prof. Jimmy Adegoke has said, his agency is doing everything to mitigate the impacts of climate change in West Africa. He made this d…

[Leadership] Abuja -The executive director, West Africa Science Centre on Climate Change and Adopted Land Use, WASCAL, Prof. Jimmy Adegoke has said, his agency is doing everything to mitigate the impacts of climate change in West Africa. He made this disclosure, Wednesday, at the Directorate of Technical Cooperation in Africa (DTCA), when he paid a courtesy visit on the directorate.

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria

2019 – Between Makarfi and Sheriff

[Leadership] The unfolding scenario within the polity vis-à-vis some political parties no doubt, gave every patriotic Nigerian a great deal of cause for concern and urge for an urgent redress. The ease cross carpeting from one party to the other, for whatever, by some political actors, is of concern, underlying the non-ideological identity of our party and elements of political survivalists, so also the increasing inter and intra party schism.

[Leadership] The unfolding scenario within the polity vis-à-vis some political parties no doubt, gave every patriotic Nigerian a great deal of cause for concern and urge for an urgent redress. The ease cross carpeting from one party to the other, for whatever, by some political actors, is of concern, underlying the non-ideological identity of our party and elements of political survivalists, so also the increasing inter and intra party schism.

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria

Germany Commits Rwf75 Billion to Rwanda’s Development Plans

[New Times] The Government of Rwanda and the Federal Republic of Germany have concluded development cooperation negotiations that will see the latter disburse ?81 million (about Rwf75 billion).

[New Times] The Government of Rwanda and the Federal Republic of Germany have concluded development cooperation negotiations that will see the latter disburse ?81 million (about Rwf75 billion).

source: AllAfrica News: Rwanda

Kagame Speaks Out On Upcoming Election, Rwanda’s Vision

[New Times] On the evening of Friday August 4, when the results of presidential election will be released in Kigali, commentators are unlikely to be surprised. Unless there is an unexpected occurrence, their only job will be to compare the percentage w…

[New Times] On the evening of Friday August 4, when the results of presidential election will be released in Kigali, commentators are unlikely to be surprised. Unless there is an unexpected occurrence, their only job will be to compare the percentage with which Paul Kagame will have been re-elected, with previous elections.

source: AllAfrica News: Rwanda

I Didn’t Give Late Adeleke Drug Overdose – Nurse

[Daily Trust] Mr Alfred Aderibigbe, the nurse who treated Sen. Isiaka Adeleke before he died, on Thursday in Osogbo told a coroner inquest that he never administered a drug overdose on the late politician as was reported.

[Daily Trust] Mr Alfred Aderibigbe, the nurse who treated Sen. Isiaka Adeleke before he died, on Thursday in Osogbo told a coroner inquest that he never administered a drug overdose on the late politician as was reported.

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria

Kanamugire Confident Despite Pressure From Fans

[New Times] With the national football season in its final stretch, SC Kiyovu beleaguered head coach Aloys Kanamugire is still confident his side will retain their topflight status come the end of the season. The former league giants are currently lang…

[New Times] With the national football season in its final stretch, SC Kiyovu beleaguered head coach Aloys Kanamugire is still confident his side will retain their topflight status come the end of the season. The former league giants are currently languishing in 14th place in the 14-team league table standing with 25 points from 26 matches, four points above Gicumbi FC, occupying the last of the two relegation spots - league debutants Pepiniere have already been relegated.

source: AllAfrica News: Rwanda