Buhari – Heading for a Meltdown in 2019?

[Daily Trust] We are now fully in the political season. With INEC releasing the time-table for the 2019 elections, hush-hush political discussions and permutations are likely to become more brazen. .

[Daily Trust] We are now fully in the political season. With INEC releasing the time-table for the 2019 elections, hush-hush political discussions and permutations are likely to become more brazen. .

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria

Farmers, Herders Clashes – Lasting Solution Underway – Al-Makura

[Daily Trust] Lafia -Governor Umaru Tanko Al-Makura of Nasarawa state has expressed optimism that a lasting solution to the farmers/herders crisis is under way to tackle mass exodus of displaced persons from Benue to Nasarawa state.

[Daily Trust] Lafia -Governor Umaru Tanko Al-Makura of Nasarawa state has expressed optimism that a lasting solution to the farmers/herders crisis is under way to tackle mass exodus of displaced persons from Benue to Nasarawa state.

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria

EFCC Tells Court to Order Final Forfeiture of Ikoyi Property

[Daily Trust] Lagos -Justice Saliu Saidu of a Federal High Court in Lagos has fixed January19, 2018 to entertain and rule on a motion filed by interested party before the final forfeiture to the Federal Government of Flat 7B, Osborne Towers, Ikoyi, Lagos.

[Daily Trust] Lagos -Justice Saliu Saidu of a Federal High Court in Lagos has fixed January19, 2018 to entertain and rule on a motion filed by interested party before the final forfeiture to the Federal Government of Flat 7B, Osborne Towers, Ikoyi, Lagos.

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria

Letter: Using Soldiers To Clean Lusaka

Editor Please publish my post Hide my ID My name is Chileshe [not real name], third year public administration student at the University of Zambia. I wish to comment on the use of the military in cleaning works. From the … Continued

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Editor Please publish my post Hide my ID My name is Chileshe [not real name], third year public administration student at the University of Zambia. I wish to comment on the use of the military in cleaning works. From the onset, it’s very saddening that our government has stopped making efforts towards creating jobs for us youths because lets say each military personnel is getting k250 seeing they can’t do that for free, how many youths can we hire in the same amount? Unless one wants to tell me the military did some cleaning course, otherwise these are jobs which the government could have given to the youths through the Lusaka City Council, as well as other District councils. We do not need military presence of that magnitude, unless you tell me there’s martial law in effect. Zambian youths wake up! As a student who critically analyzes things, the military is not there to clean but the one who engaged them was only showing them his power over them. You can agree with me that violence has been the order of the day in places where the men in uniform visit to help fight cholera ‘with guns’. What the government would have done is to give youths these piece works, even at K20 each per day, and we’d be done cleaning by now, of course with four or five men in uniform to deal with public resistance. Thank you. The post Letter: Using Soldiers To Clean Lusaka appeared first on Zambia Reports.

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Majete Wildlife Hands Over K12 Million School Block to Chikwawa Communities

[Malawi News Agency] Chikwawa -There was joy, showering of songs of praises to Majete Wildlife Reserve and its officials on Monday when it handed over a two classrooms block to communities of Group Village Headman Kanyongolo in Chikwawa district.

[Malawi News Agency] Chikwawa -There was joy, showering of songs of praises to Majete Wildlife Reserve and its officials on Monday when it handed over a two classrooms block to communities of Group Village Headman Kanyongolo in Chikwawa district.

source: AllAfrica News: Malawi

Late Diagnosis Causing More Deaths in HIV-Positive Children

[Nation] A new study is raising concern that more children infected with HIV are dying early in hospitals in spite of anti-retroviral therapy (ART) being available, blaming delayed diagnosis among this pool of patients for the problem.

[Nation] A new study is raising concern that more children infected with HIV are dying early in hospitals in spite of anti-retroviral therapy (ART) being available, blaming delayed diagnosis among this pool of patients for the problem.

source: AllAfrica News: Kenya

4,000 Naguru Police Officers Stranded As Eviction Starts

[Monitor] Kampala -About 4,000 police officers who have been residing in Naguru Police Barracks are stranded with nowhere to go after they were asked to vacate the 60-acre land that was parcelled out to a Chinese investor.

[Monitor] Kampala -About 4,000 police officers who have been residing in Naguru Police Barracks are stranded with nowhere to go after they were asked to vacate the 60-acre land that was parcelled out to a Chinese investor.

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda

Tsvangirai Statement Stokes Tensions in MDC-T

[The Herald] T leader Mr Morgan Tsvangirai’s intimation of a possible imminent retirement from active politics is stoking tensions in the party, as rival camps have started bickering on whether he should bow out immediately or continue leading the frac…

[The Herald] T leader Mr Morgan Tsvangirai's intimation of a possible imminent retirement from active politics is stoking tensions in the party, as rival camps have started bickering on whether he should bow out immediately or continue leading the fracturing opposition party.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Sonko Throws Garbage Collection Task to Sub-County Staff

[Nairobi News] The county government of Nairobi has ordered sub-county administrators to take charge of garbage collection in their zones as the Sonko Rescue Team stopped providing the service.

[Nairobi News] The county government of Nairobi has ordered sub-county administrators to take charge of garbage collection in their zones as the Sonko Rescue Team stopped providing the service.

source: AllAfrica News: Kenya