Davido Mourns Late Uncle Isiaka Adeleke

[Guardian] Talented Nigeria song writer, singer and performer, David Adeleke also known as Davido, is currently heartbroken over the death of his uncle, Senator Isiaka Adeleke.

[Guardian] Talented Nigeria song writer, singer and performer, David Adeleke also known as Davido, is currently heartbroken over the death of his uncle, Senator Isiaka Adeleke.

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria

Antoine Hey Vows to Rekindle Amavubi’s Winning Mentality

[New Times] National team head coach Antoine Hey has promised to rediscover Amavubi’s winning mentality when the team assembles to start preparations for the 2018 CHAN and 2019 Africa Cup of Nations qualifiers which will start in June.

[New Times] National team head coach Antoine Hey has promised to rediscover Amavubi's winning mentality when the team assembles to start preparations for the 2018 CHAN and 2019 Africa Cup of Nations qualifiers which will start in June.

source: AllAfrica News: Rwanda

Emir Sanusi Refutes Claim of Spending N6 Billion in Three Years

[Premium Times] The Kano State Emirate Council on Monday debunked claims that the emir, Muhammadu Sanusi II, has spent N6 billion of the emirate’s fund since he assumed office.

[Premium Times] The Kano State Emirate Council on Monday debunked claims that the emir, Muhammadu Sanusi II, has spent N6 billion of the emirate's fund since he assumed office.

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria

Startimes Targets 400,000 Rural Households

[New Times] Beijing -About 400,000 households could soon acquire digital TV sets in a $92 million project by Chinese global pay television network, StarTimes, according to Rwanda’s ambassador to China, Lt. Gen. Charles Kayonga. Amb Kayonga said the pro…

[New Times] Beijing -About 400,000 households could soon acquire digital TV sets in a $92 million project by Chinese global pay television network, StarTimes, according to Rwanda's ambassador to China, Lt. Gen. Charles Kayonga. Amb Kayonga said the project is a partnership between the broadcaster and government and aims at increasing penetration levels and access to information, especially among rural communities in the country.

source: AllAfrica News: Rwanda

SMEs Tipped On How to Survive

[New Times] Small-and-medium enterprises (SMEs) should be given more support if they are to play a big role in efforts geared at finding solutions for community problems. Jonathan Shibley, the president of Global Advance, a US firm, said SMEs need to b…

[New Times] Small-and-medium enterprises (SMEs) should be given more support if they are to play a big role in efforts geared at finding solutions for community problems. Jonathan Shibley, the president of Global Advance, a US firm, said SMEs need to be supported to build their capacity and skills to contribute to community wellbeing and hence boost their chances to grow. Shibley was speaking at the just-ended Rwanda Investment Conference in Kigali last week.

source: AllAfrica News: Rwanda

Police to Provide Solar Energy to 3,000 Households

[New Times] Rwanda National Police is set to provide solar home systems to 3000 households in remote areas and 30 health centres in every district of the country in the coming month.

[New Times] Rwanda National Police is set to provide solar home systems to 3000 households in remote areas and 30 health centres in every district of the country in the coming month.

source: AllAfrica News: Rwanda