Topic: Notices

Boko Haram General Ihejirika: A Loony Biafra Fanatic …

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….. Or Just Deadly Corrupt? – The Federal Government of Nigeria has not come out to reject the incriminating statements made by its employed Chief Boko Haram negotiator, Dr. Stephen Davis, from Australia, who three days ago named former Chief of army staff, General Azubuike Ihejirika and a former governor of Borno state, Senator Ali Modu Sheriff, both ruling party members, as the top sponsors of the Boko Haram deadly sect that has killed more than a hundred thousand Nigerians and displaced over four million, mostly farmers in the nation’s north. For some reason I bet the Jonathan government will... Continue Reading

Sierra Leone: MCCU Presents Constraints Analysis Report

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His Excellency, President Dr Ernest Bai Koroma has on Thursday 4th July, 2013, attended the Millennium Challenge Coordinating Unit (MCCU) presentation of a diagnostic study of the Sierra Leone economy as well identifying binding constraints to private investments and broad-based growth at the Credentials Hall, Office of the President, State House, Freetown. According to State House Chief of Staff, Dr Richard Konteh who presided over the presentation ceremony, the meeting was to present cabinet ministers with an opportunity to go through the report, backed with a CD containing the detailed report, who are then expected to share details of the... Continue Reading

LIBERIA: Garbage nightmare in Paynesville & Gardnersville

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….The Case of Continuous Poor Sanitation in Monrovia – By: WASH R&E Network – The issue of huge pile of garbage in and around Monrovia continues to be a serious problem that calls for urgent attention. Two popular and populated communities around Monrovia (Paynesville and Gardnersville) have been placed under the spotlight as part of on-going Exclusive Media Focus on Sanitation by the Water, Sanitation and Hygiene Reporters & Editors Network of Liberia (WASH R&E), supported by WaterAid in Liberia and Sierra Leone. Paynesville which pays host to Liberia’s biggest commercial district known as “Redlight” is not only congested with... Continue Reading

APR Energy hosts Acting US Ambassador at its Power Plant

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GABORONE, Botswana – During his recent trip to Francistown, the Chargé d’Affaires and Acting US Ambassador, Michael Murphy of the U.S. Embassy Gaborone, Botswana took the opportunity to visit APR Energy’s 70MW power plant site. The Acting Ambassador toured the facility as part of his campaign to promote trade and commercial ties between Botswana and the United States. During his visit, Mr. Murphy met with APR Energy’s plant management to discuss the Company’s day-to-day operations in Botswana as well as APR Energy’s other power plant facilities around the globe. “APR Energy’s 70MW facility in Francistown is a key component of... Continue Reading

Africa Day London Dragon Boat Race

Image Not Available is organising a Dragon Boat Race on 25 May 2013 at a venue in London to be announced soon. The event will be a competitive social gathering of the many African communities and shall be opened by the Dragon Boat Race and will later proceed to a social gathering with catering provided by some of the African catering companies in the UK. Details of Official delegates attending the event will be announced in due course. The theme for this year is to promote Free Media to Africa and we at Shout-Africa recognise and acknowledge the role that the media... Continue Reading