Police Bow to Pressure, Return All Items Seized From Senator Goje’s Home

[Premium Times] The Nigeria Police have succumbed to pressure by the National Assembly and returned all items, including budget documents taken from the residence of the chairman of the Senate Committee on Appropriations, Danjuma Goje a raid last week.

[Premium Times] The Nigeria Police have succumbed to pressure by the National Assembly and returned all items, including budget documents taken from the residence of the chairman of the Senate Committee on Appropriations, Danjuma Goje a raid last week.

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria

Malaria Day – Call for Effective Policies to End the Tropical Disease

[New Times] Eliminating malaria requires sustained and robust financial investment as well as having national programmes that are backed by effective policies, Dr Juliet Bataringaya, the World Health Organisation country representative has said.

[New Times] Eliminating malaria requires sustained and robust financial investment as well as having national programmes that are backed by effective policies, Dr Juliet Bataringaya, the World Health Organisation country representative has said.

source: AllAfrica News: Rwanda

Sheriff Pulls Out of Jonathan’s Reconciliation Move On PDP Crisis

[Vanguard] The Chairman of the Peoples Democratic Party(PDP) Sen. Ali Modu Sheriff said he was pulling out the reconciliation move of the former President Goodluck Jonathan to resolve the party’s leadership crisis.

[Vanguard] The Chairman of the Peoples Democratic Party(PDP) Sen. Ali Modu Sheriff said he was pulling out the reconciliation move of the former President Goodluck Jonathan to resolve the party's leadership crisis.

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria

BRD Provides Roofing Materials for Genocide Survivors in Kirehe

[New Times] Emerida Mukasharangabo is a Genocide widow living in Kigina Sector of Kirehe District. For years, the 44-year-old has lived in a dilapidated house waking up every morning with a sigh of relief that the roof did not cave in on her.

[New Times] Emerida Mukasharangabo is a Genocide widow living in Kigina Sector of Kirehe District. For years, the 44-year-old has lived in a dilapidated house waking up every morning with a sigh of relief that the roof did not cave in on her.

source: AllAfrica News: Rwanda

Sheriff Pulls Out of Jonathan’s Reconciliation Move

[Premium Times] The Chairman of the Peoples Democratic Party, Ali Sheriff, has said he is pulling out of the reconciliation move of the former President Goodluck Jonathan to resolve the party’s leadership crisis.

[Premium Times] The Chairman of the Peoples Democratic Party, Ali Sheriff, has said he is pulling out of the reconciliation move of the former President Goodluck Jonathan to resolve the party's leadership crisis.

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria

Flavors Asian Fusion – an Unconventional Buffet

[New Times] Management by walking around. This is a physical presence of someone in management or ownership of a restaurant or other facility. This physical presence is supposed to provide a tacit reminder to staff that they are being supervised and sh…

[New Times] Management by walking around. This is a physical presence of someone in management or ownership of a restaurant or other facility. This physical presence is supposed to provide a tacit reminder to staff that they are being supervised and should carry out their assigned duties diligently. If words must be spoken, then they are in a low tone and whispered.

source: AllAfrica News: Rwanda

Lagos to Partner Northern State Govts to Check Influx of Beggars

[Premium Times] The Lagos State Government on Thursday said it would partner with the state governments in the northern part of the country in a bid to stem the influx of beggars into the state and address street begging.

[Premium Times] The Lagos State Government on Thursday said it would partner with the state governments in the northern part of the country in a bid to stem the influx of beggars into the state and address street begging.

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria

Small Business Owners to Benefit From Rwf843 Million Mastercard Grant

[New Times] Small business operators are set to benefit from a $1 million (about Rwf843 million) grant from the Mastercard Center for Inclusive Growth to support their growth. The grant will be rolled out over a period of three years in partnership wit…

[New Times] Small business operators are set to benefit from a $1 million (about Rwf843 million) grant from the Mastercard Center for Inclusive Growth to support their growth. The grant will be rolled out over a period of three years in partnership with the African Entrepreneur Collective (AEC), locally known as Inkomoko, the organisation said in a statement.

source: AllAfrica News: Rwanda