Navio’s Jameson Show Marred By Low Turn Up

[New Times] That wait was made even worse by the fact that there were no curtain-raising acts to buy time before the former KlearKut rapper could eventually take to the stage.

[New Times] That wait was made even worse by the fact that there were no curtain-raising acts to buy time before the former KlearKut rapper could eventually take to the stage.

source: AllAfrica News: Rwanda

Smiles, Tears and Laughter – As Leonard Dembo’s Fans Honour His Mother

[The Herald] She could not hold back her tears. The event was emotional and she just let them flow down her cheeks. Leonard Dembo’s fans were quick to comfort her. Yes, these were tears of joy, but they wanted her to express her happiness through other…

[The Herald] She could not hold back her tears. The event was emotional and she just let them flow down her cheeks. Leonard Dembo's fans were quick to comfort her. Yes, these were tears of joy, but they wanted her to express her happiness through other emotions.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Fresh Scarcity Looms As Tanker Drivers Insist On Strike From Monday

[Premium Times] The Nigeria Union of Petroleum and Natural Gas Workers, NUPENG, has said its Petroleum Tanker Drivers had been mobilised to ensure no movement of petroleum tankers as their nationwide strike begins on Monday.

[Premium Times] The Nigeria Union of Petroleum and Natural Gas Workers, NUPENG, has said its Petroleum Tanker Drivers had been mobilised to ensure no movement of petroleum tankers as their nationwide strike begins on Monday.

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria

Nimasa Orders Owners of Abandoned Ships to Remove or Lose Them

[Premium Times] In a bid to ensure safe and secure shipping on the Nigerian territorial waters, the Nigerian Maritime Administration and Safety Agency, NIMASA, has warned all owners of abandoned ships/vessels to urgently remove same from the Nigerian t…

[Premium Times] In a bid to ensure safe and secure shipping on the Nigerian territorial waters, the Nigerian Maritime Administration and Safety Agency, NIMASA, has warned all owners of abandoned ships/vessels to urgently remove same from the Nigerian territorial waters on or before April 28 or risk sanctions ranging from forfeiture or removal by the agency at the owner's expense.

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria

TVC Refutes Nigeria Police Claims, Says Protesting Unilag Students Peaceful, Orderly

[Premium Times] The management of the Television Continental station, TVC, reacted Sunday afternoon by disputing police claim that 13 students of the University of Lagos were remanded in the Kirikiri prison over unlawful invasion of the television faci…

[Premium Times] The management of the Television Continental station, TVC, reacted Sunday afternoon by disputing police claim that 13 students of the University of Lagos were remanded in the Kirikiri prison over unlawful invasion of the television facility at the Ikosi neighbourhood of Lagos State.

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria

Executive – Legislature Rift – APC Meets Senate Caucus Tuesday

[Premium Times] The All Progressives Congress’ National Working Committee will, on Tuesday, meet senators on the platform of the party to discuss growing tensions between the Senate and top officials of the Buhari administration.

[Premium Times] The All Progressives Congress' National Working Committee will, on Tuesday, meet senators on the platform of the party to discuss growing tensions between the Senate and top officials of the Buhari administration.

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria

Mikel Scores First Goal in China

[Premium Times] Super Eagles captain, John Obi Mikel, has opened his goal scoring account in China as he was among the scorers in Tianjin TEDA’s 2-0 win over Chongqing Lifan on Sunday in a Chinese Super League tie.

[Premium Times] Super Eagles captain, John Obi Mikel, has opened his goal scoring account in China as he was among the scorers in Tianjin TEDA's 2-0 win over Chongqing Lifan on Sunday in a Chinese Super League tie.

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria

Ochaya Sets Eyes On Move to Europe

[Monitor] Kampala -Once Cranes left-back Joseph Ochaya stepped in Lusaka last week, he was received with a hero’s welcome. But deep inside, he hopes not to stay there long.

[Monitor] Kampala -Once Cranes left-back Joseph Ochaya stepped in Lusaka last week, he was received with a hero's welcome. But deep inside, he hopes not to stay there long.

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda