Piracy – Bayelsa Acquires 100 Patrol Vehicles, 16 Gunboats

[Daily Trust] Yenagoa -As one of the measures to combat sea piracy and other crimes in the state, the Bayelsa State Government said it has secured 100 patrol vehicles and 16 gunboats to Marine Police and other security agencies to parade the water ways…

[Daily Trust] Yenagoa -As one of the measures to combat sea piracy and other crimes in the state, the Bayelsa State Government said it has secured 100 patrol vehicles and 16 gunboats to Marine Police and other security agencies to parade the water ways in the state.

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria

Soccer – Coleman Makes Immediate Impact at Spanish Club

[Namibian] WINDHOEK – Brave Gladiators striker Zenatha Coleman has made an immediate impact at her new club Real Zaragoza by scoring on her debut in her team’s 1-1 draw with Madrid CFF in the Spanish Primera Division on Sunday.

[Namibian] WINDHOEK - Brave Gladiators striker Zenatha Coleman has made an immediate impact at her new club Real Zaragoza by scoring on her debut in her team's 1-1 draw with Madrid CFF in the Spanish Primera Division on Sunday.

source: AllAfrica News: Namibia

Telecom Firm Optimistic to Boost Education Sector

[Daily News] IN a bid to improve environment of providing education and supporting the government efforts to offer quality education, Halotel mobile company has donated 50m/- to Dar es Salaam regional office for supporting education sector in the region.

[Daily News] IN a bid to improve environment of providing education and supporting the government efforts to offer quality education, Halotel mobile company has donated 50m/- to Dar es Salaam regional office for supporting education sector in the region.

source: AllAfrica News: Tanzania

Dangote Cement, Stanbicibtc, Others Lift NSE Indices By N191 Billion

[Guardian] Following price gains recorded by major highly capitalised stocks especially Dangote Cement, and StanbicIBTC yesterday pushed market capitalisation by N191billion.

[Guardian] Following price gains recorded by major highly capitalised stocks especially Dangote Cement, and StanbicIBTC yesterday pushed market capitalisation by N191billion.

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Jang Using Cattle Colony to Cover Missing N2 Billion – Lalong

[Daily Trust] Jos -Plateau State Governor Simon Bako Lalong yesterday accused the former Governor of the State, Jonah David Jang of capitalising on the ongoing debate on cattle ranches and colonies to divert attention from the missing N2 billion Federa…

[Daily Trust] Jos -Plateau State Governor Simon Bako Lalong yesterday accused the former Governor of the State, Jonah David Jang of capitalising on the ongoing debate on cattle ranches and colonies to divert attention from the missing N2 billion Federal Government Intervention fund released to his government (Jang) by the Jonathan administration.

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Iconic Slaa ‘Wills’ to Serve Under Magufuli Govt

[Daily News] FORMER Secretary General of the opposition Chadema, now Ambassador-Designate, Dr Wilbrod Slaa, has assured President John Magufuli that he is ready and committed to serve in his new position for the interests of the nation.

[Daily News] FORMER Secretary General of the opposition Chadema, now Ambassador-Designate, Dr Wilbrod Slaa, has assured President John Magufuli that he is ready and committed to serve in his new position for the interests of the nation.

source: AllAfrica News: Tanzania

NCC Insists On Revoking Licences of Erring Telecoms Operators

[Guardian] The Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC) has said it would penalise and possibly revoke the licenses of any telecommunication operators implicated in masking international telephone calls.It explained that its recent intervention has res…

[Guardian] The Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC) has said it would penalise and possibly revoke the licenses of any telecommunication operators implicated in masking international telephone calls.It explained that its recent intervention has resulted in reduced call masking and refilling in the industry.

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