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Lagos Government Denies Officials Involved In Demolition Of Sabo Market

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Once again the Lagos government has confirmed its officials were in no way involved in the Sabo market demolition on Itoikin road in Ikorodu in the state. Armed police officers started the demolition work on Thursday night and goods worth millions of naira were lost. Commissioner for Information and Strategy, Steve Ayorinde, said the next day the Sabo market demolition ...

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Ethiopia Arrests Two In Connection To 2014 Terror Attacks

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Two people have been sentenced in Ethiopia for terror attack planning in the country in 2014 and both are said to have links with Somali insurgent Al-Shabaab. The two convicts are Anis Usman and Bedris Yesuf. Both are learned to have received training from the insurgent group and were engaged in recruiting members and establish a terror cell in the ...

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Malawi, Kenya, Ghana Selected For Malaria Vaccine Test: WHO

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Malawi, Kenya and Ghana have been selected by World Health Organization (WHO) to test the world’s first malaria vaccine. The injectable vaccine project will begin in 2018 in the three African countries where children in hundreds and thousands have been at risk of death due to malaria. According to WHO regional director for Africa the vaccine will be able to ...

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Doctors Selected For Kenya To Serve Tanzania Public Hospitals

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Following the U-turn of Kenya not to hire foreign doctors, Tanzania has announced to be employing the shortlisted 258 doctors and 11 health officers in its public hospitals. Kenya was supposed to hire 500 doctors from the country to help shortage of health workers and also work as a backup to the public hospitals amid long strike of doctors. Kenyan ...

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South African Economy Run By Minorities: Dlamini-Zuma

The economy of South Africa is run by minorities, claims African National Congress (ANC) presidential Hopeful Nkosazana Dlamini-Zuma while addressing the ANC cadre Assembly Thursday in the Free State. Dlamini-Zuma added ANC will ensure the trend to change as majority is not a part of the mainstream economy. She was addressing to the supporters who marched last week against President ...

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Kenya Becomes Top Destination For Global Rich Individuals

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Kenya has beaten Mautirius and Seychelles in terms of tourism and has become the preferred travel destination for rich people, or the High Net-Worth Individuals (NHWI). A new report released lately by the Afrasia New World Wealth reveals the country hosted 4,000 multi-millionaires in 2016. Morocco was on the second place with 5,000 such guests and South Africa topped in ...

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Bag Bearing Money Snatched From Tanzanian Family Visiting India For Son’s Treatment

A Tanzanian family visiting Indian capital New Delhi for a medical purpose is struggling to survive as their bag was snatched on April 8, Saturday, which had good money for treatment in local currency. The family of four is in India for the treatment of one-year-old son of Arif, a Tanzanian national of Indian origin, at B.M. Kapoor Hospital. They ...

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