[Nation] Top prosecutor Noordin Haji’s intense war on corruption seems to have pleased Kenya’s top leaders.
[ANGOP] Ndalatando -More than 15,000 primary education teachers from Influential Pedagogical Zone (ZIP) are starting training from next Monday, as part of the Learning for All Scheme (PAT) taking place across the country, announced the manager of programme.
[Leadership] Nigerian Hip-hop artistes have worked hard and smart to put the brand of music on the global map. In this report, SAMUEL ABULUDE examines the hip-hop industry, it’s glam, buzz and pop culture and chronicles top Nigerian artistes that can fill up a sizeable stadium locally and globally.
[Capital FM] President Uhuru Kenyatta says the war on graft and the ongoing demolitions are unstoppable because they are part of his transformative agenda.
[Citizen] Lagos -Skin bleaching, or lightening, has become popular in many African countries. Here’s a factfile:
[PDP] The Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) challenges the Buhari Presidency and the All Progressives Congress (APC) to end its silence and speak out on their evident complicity in the corrupt amassing of the N21bn,
[SPS] Rome -Pope Francis received Sahrawi children in the Vatican in Rome, in presence of Polisario Front’s representative in Italy Omar Mih and representatives of associations supporting the Sahrawi cause, as well as thousands of people from all over the world who came to visit the Catholic Church headquarters.
[This Day] Police have said that nine persons were killed in an attack on Tse Ujoh Village in Ikyurqv-Tiev ward of Katsina Ala Local Government Area of Benue State.
[New Times] The government has said that access to electricity will reach 51 per cent by the end of this fiscal year up, from the current 45 per cent.
[New Times] Disposal of tonnes of waste glass is a major environmental challenge but one Rwandan says he has found an answer by recycling glasses and ceramic waste.