President Congratulates the U.S. President Elect, Donald J Trump.

[Dalsan Radio] H.E. Hassan Sheikh Mohamud, the President of the Federal Republic of Somalia congratulates President Elect Donald J Trump for being elected as the 45th president of the United States of America, and wishes the US president-elect, every s…

[Dalsan Radio] H.E. Hassan Sheikh Mohamud, the President of the Federal Republic of Somalia congratulates President Elect Donald J Trump for being elected as the 45th president of the United States of America, and wishes the US president-elect, every success in leading his nation forward.

source: AllAfrica News: Somalia

Govt Needs U.S.$352 Million for Drought Mitigation

[Financial Gazette] Government and its development partners require US$352 million to cater for the four million Zimbabweans in need of emergency food aid due to an El-Nino-induced drought that wreaked the country’s agricultural sector in the last season.

[Financial Gazette] Government and its development partners require US$352 million to cater for the four million Zimbabweans in need of emergency food aid due to an El-Nino-induced drought that wreaked the country's agricultural sector in the last season.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Boko Haram – Police Train Local Hunters On Intelligence Gathering

[Premium Times] In continuing efforts to rid the north-east of Boko Haram insurgents and bolster security in the region, the Nigerian Police have conducted a five-day basic intelligence gathering programme for 251 members of vigilante groups from Adama…

[Premium Times] In continuing efforts to rid the north-east of Boko Haram insurgents and bolster security in the region, the Nigerian Police have conducted a five-day basic intelligence gathering programme for 251 members of vigilante groups from Adamawa and Taraba states.

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria

Group Raises Concerns Over Intrusive Caller Information Bill

[Premium Times] A civic group has expressed concerns that Nigerians stand to have their right to privacy compromised if a telecommunication bill being pushed in the House of Representatives scales through.

[Premium Times] A civic group has expressed concerns that Nigerians stand to have their right to privacy compromised if a telecommunication bill being pushed in the House of Representatives scales through.

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria

Court Saves Banks From Litigation

[Financial Gazette] The High Court says people failing to get their money out of banks cannot sue the banks but the Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe (RBZ), which has put in place regulations restrictions withdrawals or money transferes.

[Financial Gazette] The High Court says people failing to get their money out of banks cannot sue the banks but the Reserve Bank of Zimbabwe (RBZ), which has put in place regulations restrictions withdrawals or money transferes.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Police Lie to Chase Us Out of Ikate – Poor Residents

[Premium Times] The Otodogbame community in the Lekki area of Lagos has faulted claims by the police that the Egun-speaking part of the settlement was involved in a violent clash with the Yoruba speaking part.

[Premium Times] The Otodogbame community in the Lekki area of Lagos has faulted claims by the police that the Egun-speaking part of the settlement was involved in a violent clash with the Yoruba speaking part.

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria

Why I Stood By Hamza Al-Mustafa – Frederick Faseun

[Premium Times] The founder of the Oodua People’s Congress, Frederick Faseun, on Wednesday restated his friendship with Hamza Al-Mustafa, former Chief Security Officer to the late head of state, Sani Abacha.

[Premium Times] The founder of the Oodua People's Congress, Frederick Faseun, on Wednesday restated his friendship with Hamza Al-Mustafa, former Chief Security Officer to the late head of state, Sani Abacha.

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria

Foreign Investors Ditch Equities Over Bond Notes

[Financial Gazette] Foreigners buyers are deserting the Zimbabwe Stock Exchange in record numbers, with net outflows of US$56,28 million in the 10 months to October, the biggest sell-off in five years over government plans to introduce a token currency in the financial system.

[Financial Gazette] Foreigners buyers are deserting the Zimbabwe Stock Exchange in record numbers, with net outflows of US$56,28 million in the 10 months to October, the biggest sell-off in five years over government plans to introduce a token currency in the financial system.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe