Dismissed Police Corporal, Another Nabbed Over Offa Multiple Bank Robberies

[Vanguard] A dismissed police corporal, Michael Adikwu, and 35-year-old Kunle Ogunleye, alias Arrow, have been arrested by the Police in connection with the Offa multiple bank robbery in Kwara State, where nine policemen and some customers were killed.

[Vanguard] A dismissed police corporal, Michael Adikwu, and 35-year-old Kunle Ogunleye, alias Arrow, have been arrested by the Police in connection with the Offa multiple bank robbery in Kwara State, where nine policemen and some customers were killed.

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria

The Guardian to Host 2018 SME Economy Conference, Award

[Guardian] The 2018 Annual Small and Medium Enterprises (SME) Economy Conference and Award has been scheduled to hold in Lagos.The event, which is organised by Emvirtue would be hosted by The Guardian.

[Guardian] The 2018 Annual Small and Medium Enterprises (SME) Economy Conference and Award has been scheduled to hold in Lagos.The event, which is organised by Emvirtue would be hosted by The Guardian.

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria

General Danjuma’s Allegation – Army’s Report Whishy-Washy – Self-Serving, Says Rights Group

[Vanguard] Civil Rights body, Human Rights Writers Association of Nigeria (HURIWA) has faulted the report granting clean bill of health to the Army by a military panel which purportedly investigated the claims made by a former chief of Army Staff Gener…

[Vanguard] Civil Rights body, Human Rights Writers Association of Nigeria (HURIWA) has faulted the report granting clean bill of health to the Army by a military panel which purportedly investigated the claims made by a former chief of Army Staff General Theophilus Yakubu Danjuma (rtd) that the Army was colluding with armed hoodlums unleashing bloody violence.

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria

Codeine – Community Pharmacists Prescribe Prescription Policy As Panacea to Drug Abuse

[Vanguard] THE Association of Community Pharmacists of Nigeria, ACPN, Lagos State chapter says the outright ban placed on codeine- containing syrups by the Federal Government, would only push up the acquisition of the products since the old available s…

[Vanguard] THE Association of Community Pharmacists of Nigeria, ACPN, Lagos State chapter says the outright ban placed on codeine- containing syrups by the Federal Government, would only push up the acquisition of the products since the old available stock would now be sold secretly by charlatans.

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria

Anniversary of June 12 Presidential Election (I)

[Vanguard] ON Tuesday June 12, it will be the 25th Anniversary of the Presidential election of 1993. Many claimed it was the freest election held in this country. Sadly it was annulled.

[Vanguard] ON Tuesday June 12, it will be the 25th Anniversary of the Presidential election of 1993. Many claimed it was the freest election held in this country. Sadly it was annulled.

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria

Nigeria Committed to Development of Local HIV Vaccine – NIMR DG

[Vanguard] Nigeria is committed to joining forces to ensure we not only develop a HIV vaccine, but ensure we address barriers and challenges to its access when developed.

[Vanguard] Nigeria is committed to joining forces to ensure we not only develop a HIV vaccine, but ensure we address barriers and challenges to its access when developed.

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria

Sugu Advocates for Prisoners After Gaining Jail Experience

[Citizen] Dodoma -Mbeya Urban MP Joseph Mbilinyi (Chadema) has advocated for prisoner’s rights in Parliament on Tuesday morning, raising concerns regarding transportation hurdles that prisoners face.

[Citizen] Dodoma -Mbeya Urban MP Joseph Mbilinyi (Chadema) has advocated for prisoner's rights in Parliament on Tuesday morning, raising concerns regarding transportation hurdles that prisoners face.

source: AllAfrica News: Tanzania

Namibia, UK Missions Stone-Silent On Royal Honeymoon

[New Era] Windhoek -The high commissions of Namibia and the UK were yesterday reluctant to comment on the rumoured plans by newly-weds Prince Harry and Meghan Markle to spend part of their honeymoon in Namibia.

[New Era] Windhoek -The high commissions of Namibia and the UK were yesterday reluctant to comment on the rumoured plans by newly-weds Prince Harry and Meghan Markle to spend part of their honeymoon in Namibia.

source: AllAfrica News: Namibia