Govt Defends U.S.$1 Bn for Insurgency War, Others

[Guardian] The Federal Government has described the criticisms trailing the approval of one billion dollars for the fight against insurgency and other violent crimes in the country as unnecessary and unhelpful.

[Guardian] The Federal Government has described the criticisms trailing the approval of one billion dollars for the fight against insurgency and other violent crimes in the country as unnecessary and unhelpful.

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria

Miners Urged to Do More to Meet Targets

[New Times] The government is committed to working with investors in the mining sector to increase four-fold the annual export revenues for the sector in line with the seven-year national programme.

[New Times] The government is committed to working with investors in the mining sector to increase four-fold the annual export revenues for the sector in line with the seven-year national programme.

source: AllAfrica News: Rwanda

Hashtags That Ruled 2017

[Guardian] The year 2017 was a very sensitive and woke year for the hashtag revolution. Whether it was #Covfefe, #Libya #MansNotHot or a meme, hashtags automatically stirred the direction of conversations.

[Guardian] The year 2017 was a very sensitive and woke year for the hashtag revolution. Whether it was #Covfefe, #Libya #MansNotHot or a meme, hashtags automatically stirred the direction of conversations.

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria

Criticisms Over $1 Bn for Insurgency War Unhelpful – Lai Mohammed

[Daily Trust] The Federal Government has described the criticisms trailing the approval of one billion dollars for the fight against insurgency and other violent crimes in the country as unnecessary and unhelpful.

[Daily Trust] The Federal Government has described the criticisms trailing the approval of one billion dollars for the fight against insurgency and other violent crimes in the country as unnecessary and unhelpful.

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria

Vote on New Penal Code Kicks Off Tomorrow

[New Times] Members of Parliament will this week on Thursday begin voting on articles on the new penal code rounding up a marathon process that begun at the beginning of October this year.

[New Times] Members of Parliament will this week on Thursday begin voting on articles on the new penal code rounding up a marathon process that begun at the beginning of October this year.

source: AllAfrica News: Rwanda