Nigeria’s Federal Government yesterday restated that it would prosecute those found culpable in the report of the House of Representatives ad-hoc committee on fuel subsidy scam.
The Nigerian Defence Academy (NDA), on Sunday, expressed its willingness to collaborate with the Ghanaian Armed Forces on joint training of personnel.
The second East African Community Dialogue on Political Integration started in Dar es Salaam 18 April 2012 under the theme: ”The relationship between Political and Economic Integration”.
The six states of the South South region in Nigeria are to tap the experiences of Rwanda in resolving their conflict, security challenges and economic problems in an emerging partnership between both parties.
A clergyman at the weekend called on Christians to promote peace as Ghana gears up for parliamentary and presidential elections in December.
She has been in office for less than a week but Malawi’s, and the region’s, first female president, Joyce Banda, has given many people in this poor southern African country hope that its social and economic woes will soon end.
Since late last month, men have been flocking to the northern Nigerian city of Kano in their thousands, some dressed in sharp, tailor-made suits, others carrying worn leather brief cases containing divorce papers and medical certificates.
South Africa has failed its people on the most basic human right of sanitation, ministerial sanitation task team chairwoman Winnie Madikizela-Mandela said on Wednesday.
As the battle for the control of the African National Congress (ANC) hots up, President Jacob Zuma has hit out at those who have started lobbying for the change of leadership in the ruling party, saying their actions were a sign that they lacked political understanding.