County Rejects Out of Court Settlement On Stadium Case

[Nation] Nyeri County has declined to have a case pitting Agricultural Society of Kenya (ASK), Sports Kenya and itself over renovation of Ruring’u stadium settled out of court citing insincerity between the parties.

[Nation] Nyeri County has declined to have a case pitting Agricultural Society of Kenya (ASK), Sports Kenya and itself over renovation of Ruring'u stadium settled out of court citing insincerity between the parties.

source: AllAfrica News: Kenya

Report – Business-Friendly Regulations Will Help Formalise Cross-Border Trade

[New Times] A business-friendly regulatory environment and a tax regime that favours small-scale traders are some of the incentives that will entice informal cross-border traders to formalise their business.

[New Times] A business-friendly regulatory environment and a tax regime that favours small-scale traders are some of the incentives that will entice informal cross-border traders to formalise their business.

source: AllAfrica News: Rwanda

Exim Bank of India Commits Rwf68bn to Integrated TVET System

[New Times] The Government of Rwanda and India Export-Import (Exim) Bank, yesterday, signed a financing agreement, worth $81 million (about Rwf68 billion), to support the establishment of an integrated Technical and Vocational Educational and Training …

[New Times] The Government of Rwanda and India Export-Import (Exim) Bank, yesterday, signed a financing agreement, worth $81 million (about Rwf68 billion), to support the establishment of an integrated Technical and Vocational Educational and Training (TVET) system.

source: AllAfrica News: Rwanda

‘East Africans Should Have the Dignity of Wearing New Clothing’

[New Times] A senior Kenyan official, who is in Rwanda for the ongoing East African Manufacturing and Business Summit, has refuted claims that her government has reneged on a regional move to progressively ban used clothing.

[New Times] A senior Kenyan official, who is in Rwanda for the ongoing East African Manufacturing and Business Summit, has refuted claims that her government has reneged on a regional move to progressively ban used clothing.

source: AllAfrica News: Kenya

Biafra and Lagos – 50 Years After

[This Day] Come Saturday (27th May), it will be exactly 50 years that Lagos State was created (along with others) by the military administration of General Yakubu Gowon to give Nigeria a 12-states structure. Instructively, four days after that historic…

[This Day] Come Saturday (27th May), it will be exactly 50 years that Lagos State was created (along with others) by the military administration of General Yakubu Gowon to give Nigeria a 12-states structure. Instructively, four days after that historic event, on 30th May 1967 to be specific, the late Colonel Emeka Odumegwu-Ojukwu announced the secession of Eastern Nigeria and the establishment of a State of Biafra. Taken together, a combination of the creation of states, the military incursion into our national polit

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria

Coups, Rumours of Coups

[Guardian] Dead on arrival. That sums up the story of the rumour of coups that went wild last week and whose reverberation continued into this week. The wild and certainly the most pernicious rumour last week was that some unpatriotic soldiers of the N…

[Guardian] Dead on arrival. That sums up the story of the rumour of coups that went wild last week and whose reverberation continued into this week. The wild and certainly the most pernicious rumour last week was that some unpatriotic soldiers of the Northern Nigerian extraction would stage a coup to remove this democratically elected government. And the only reason they would do so would be to prevent Professor Yemi Osinbajo, now acting president, from becoming president in case President Muhammadu Buhari, for any r

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria

Police Connects Over 200 Houses With Solar Energy in Nyarugenge and Bugesera

[New Times] Rwanda National Police has connected 216 households in Nyarugenge and Bugesera districts with solar home systems as part of the ongoing social protection programmes to mark the force’s 17th anniversary under the flagship of the Police Week.

[New Times] Rwanda National Police has connected 216 households in Nyarugenge and Bugesera districts with solar home systems as part of the ongoing social protection programmes to mark the force's 17th anniversary under the flagship of the Police Week.

source: AllAfrica News: Rwanda