Ex-Officials Named in $20 Million Bribery Scandal in Switzerland

[Premium Times] Three former top officials of the Nigerian Ports Authority and a former special adviser to President Goodluck Jonathan have been named in a massive foreign bribery scandal that has led to the conviction of a company and some of its top …

[Premium Times] Three former top officials of the Nigerian Ports Authority and a former special adviser to President Goodluck Jonathan have been named in a massive foreign bribery scandal that has led to the conviction of a company and some of its top officials in Switzerland, PREMIUM TIMES can exclusively report today.

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria

Uganda – Miles Ahead in Tourism

[Monitor] On a recent visit to Thailand, a country that I really like and admire, we were faced with very hot weather. As a matter of fact, in all my travels to Thailand, I rarely saw Bangkok cool and fresh.

[Monitor] On a recent visit to Thailand, a country that I really like and admire, we were faced with very hot weather. As a matter of fact, in all my travels to Thailand, I rarely saw Bangkok cool and fresh.

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda

Nigeria League Review – MFM FC Jump to Second Spot

[Premium Times] MFM FC are now second of the log on the Nigeria Professional Football League standings following their lone goal win over FC IfeanyiUbah on Sunday at the Agege Stadium in Lagos

[Premium Times] MFM FC are now second of the log on the Nigeria Professional Football League standings following their lone goal win over FC IfeanyiUbah on Sunday at the Agege Stadium in Lagos

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria

Chinese Telecom Firm Denies Flouting Expatriate Quota Limit

[Premium Times] A Chinese multinational telecommunications equipment and systems company, ZTE Corporation, has debunked media reports that it had flouted its expatriate quota limits.

[Premium Times] A Chinese multinational telecommunications equipment and systems company, ZTE Corporation, has debunked media reports that it had flouted its expatriate quota limits.

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria

If Govt Owned Land, It Would Solve Uganda’s Housing Challenges

[Monitor] Wherever you go, access to modest housing is an issue nowadays and our struggle to live decently is top on the agenda. So against this background, housing is a numbers game. It means that the more the demand for accommodation, the more expens…

[Monitor] Wherever you go, access to modest housing is an issue nowadays and our struggle to live decently is top on the agenda. So against this background, housing is a numbers game. It means that the more the demand for accommodation, the more expensive housing will get.

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda

Nigerian Govt, Osinbajo Condemn London Terror Attack

[Premium Times] The Federal Government on Sunday condemned the deadly terrorist attacks on Central London Bridge and the Borough market in “the strongest terms” and voiced its deep condolence to the relatives and victims of the attack.

[Premium Times] The Federal Government on Sunday condemned the deadly terrorist attacks on Central London Bridge and the Borough market in "the strongest terms" and voiced its deep condolence to the relatives and victims of the attack.

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria

Mpigi District to Spend Shs7.2 Million On Councillors’ Smartphones

[Monitor] Mpigi -After haggling and pushing for long, councillors in Mpigi District now have a reason to smile after their proposal to be given free smartphones in the coming financial year was endorsed.

[Monitor] Mpigi -After haggling and pushing for long, councillors in Mpigi District now have a reason to smile after their proposal to be given free smartphones in the coming financial year was endorsed.

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda

Mutebi Fancies KCCA to Strike Rivers United Again in Nigeria

[Monitor] Kampala -Confidence is growing in leaps and bounds at Lugogo after the Caf Confederation Cup group progress. This after what seemed impossible is looking like a reality with every passing match.

[Monitor] Kampala -Confidence is growing in leaps and bounds at Lugogo after the Caf Confederation Cup group progress. This after what seemed impossible is looking like a reality with every passing match.

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria