UK – Shell Ruling Gives Green Light for Corporations to Profit From Abuses Overseas

[AI London] A UK High Court ruling that two Niger Delta communities devastated by oil spills cannot have their claims against Shell heard in the UK could rob them of justice and allow UK multinationals to commit abuses overseas with impunity, Amnesty I…

[AI London] A UK High Court ruling that two Niger Delta communities devastated by oil spills cannot have their claims against Shell heard in the UK could rob them of justice and allow UK multinationals to commit abuses overseas with impunity, Amnesty International said today.

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria

2baba, Other Stars to March Against Buhari’s Policies

[Vanguard] Innocent Idibia popularly known by his stage name 2baba has revealed that he will be embarking on a nationwide protest against the policies of president Muhammadu Buhari’s administration.

[Vanguard] Innocent Idibia popularly known by his stage name 2baba has revealed that he will be embarking on a nationwide protest against the policies of president Muhammadu Buhari's administration.

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria

Amnesty Slams Ruling On Shell Spills in Niger Delta

[CAJ News] Lagos -A United Kingdom High Court ruling that Niger Delta communities devastated by oil spills cannot sue Shell could rob them of justice and allow multinationals to commit abuses overseas.

[CAJ News] Lagos -A United Kingdom High Court ruling that Niger Delta communities devastated by oil spills cannot sue Shell could rob them of justice and allow multinationals to commit abuses overseas.

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria

Suspects Hired Cars for Kabamba Attack – Witness

[Monitor] Kampala -Prosecution witnesses told the military court on Wednesday that the persons accused of planning the foiled attack on Kabamba Army Barracks in Mubende District hired tour vehicles to mobilise for meetings.

[Monitor] Kampala -Prosecution witnesses told the military court on Wednesday that the persons accused of planning the foiled attack on Kabamba Army Barracks in Mubende District hired tour vehicles to mobilise for meetings.

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda

Govt Refutes Report of Governors’ Meeting in Abuja Over Buhari

[Premium Times] The Federal Government has debunked reports in the section of the press that governors are meeting in Abuja on Thursday to send emissary to see President Muhammadu Buhari.

[Premium Times] The Federal Government has debunked reports in the section of the press that governors are meeting in Abuja on Thursday to send emissary to see President Muhammadu Buhari.

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria

Govt Recovers N18 Billion Looted Funds – Minister

[Vanguard] The Attorney-General of the Federation and Minister of Justice, Mr Abubakar Malami (SAN), says the Federal Government has recovered N15 billion and $10.5 million so far in its asset recovery drive.

[Vanguard] The Attorney-General of the Federation and Minister of Justice, Mr Abubakar Malami (SAN), says the Federal Government has recovered N15 billion and $10.5 million so far in its asset recovery drive.

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria

UK Court Ruling On Shell Nigerian Oil Spill Sets “Dangerous Precedent” – Amnesty International

[Premium Times] A UK High Court ruling that two Niger Delta communities devastated by oil spills cannot have their claims against Shell heard in the UK could rob them of justice and allow UK multinationals to commit abuses overseas with impunity, Amnes…

[Premium Times] A UK High Court ruling that two Niger Delta communities devastated by oil spills cannot have their claims against Shell heard in the UK could rob them of justice and allow UK multinationals to commit abuses overseas with impunity, Amnesty International said on Thursday.

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria

Music Being Effective to Society Is Never Free

[Daily News] Not having a Sauti za Busara episode last year, left many music lovers feeling bad. Amongst them is the international Festival’s Manager, Journey Ramadhan. He maintains that by then people had got used to going to the Isles, early February…

[Daily News] Not having a Sauti za Busara episode last year, left many music lovers feeling bad. Amongst them is the international Festival's Manager, Journey Ramadhan. He maintains that by then people had got used to going to the Isles, early February, to "celebrate with music" for four days.

source: AllAfrica News: Tanzania