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June 18, 2013
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Reports say nearly two hundred African migrants have drowned in the Red Sea, when a boat carrying them caught fire and sank.
The Nigerian police are appealing to the media not to blow out of proportion security concerns in Nigeria following series of recent bomb explosions that have rocked the northern Borno State capital, Maiduguri.
Governments, private sector and midwives in West Africa have been urged to invest more in midwifery to make the profession more attractive so as to get more people drawn to it.
The second training course in long-term planning using the T21 model technique for the 15 ECOWAS Member states is underway in the Senegalese capital, Dakar.
Security agencies in Nigeria have forged an alliance with their counterparts in other countries to unravel the spate of recent bombings in the country, while the Supreme Council for Islamic Affairs in Nigeria has condemned all forms of violence.
Nigeria’s Police Inspector General, Hafiz Ringim,says the perpetrators of Thursday’s bombing of the force headquarters in Abuja will be punished.
Nigerian security forces are investigating Thursday’s suicide car bomb attack on the national police headquarters in the capital, Abuja.
The National Police Force Headquarters in Nigeria’s capital Abuja has been rocked by an explosion Thursday morning at 10.55am.
The ECOWAS Court of Justice has for the last five years been a new forum where cases are adjudged between ordinary citizens versus governments or their institutions.
The free speech advocacy group, Article 19 says the fight against corruption and bad governance in Nigeria will be boosted by President Goodluck Jonathan’s approval of the long awaited Freedom of Information Act.