The International Organization for Migration (IOM) has launched its Consolidated Appeal for 2020 which builds upon the 2020 Humanitarian Response Plan for South Sudan in which it is appealing for USD 119,311,000 to meet the needs of internally displaced persons (IDPs), returnees, host community members and migrants throughout the country. The [Consolidated Appeal](https://reliefweb.int/node/3512594)… Read more […]
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Catholics across Nigeria will wear black attires on Ash Wednesday as a sign of mourning and solidarity with the victims of kidnapping and other violent crimes in the country. A statement of the Catholics Bishops’ Conference of Nigeria (CBCN), to be read at masses across Catholic churches on Wednesday, said the church is aware of […]
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Tribune OnlineTogo opposition alleges ‘fake’ polling stations A Togo opposition leader has accused authorities of setting up fake polling stations in Saturday’s presidential election to skew the result in favour of the incumbent. Agbéyomé Kodjo made the accusation against President Faure Gnassingbé who has been in power since 2005 when he took over from his…
via Togo opposition alleges ‘fake’ polling stations — Tribune Online
Femi Otedola, Nigerian billionaire and Chairman of Geregu Power Plc, has described Aliko Dangote’s multi-billion-dollar refinery and fertiliser projects as the “8th wonder of the world”. The billionaire, who recently sold his stakes in Forte Oil Plc, made this known in a tweet after visiting the Dangote refinery site in Lagos, Nigeria. He said he […]
via “Aliko Dangote’s Multi-Billion Dollar Plants Is The 8Th Wonder Of The World” – Billionaire Femi Otedola Says — Basehitz Media
ENUGU, Nigeria – The Southeast Governors’ Forum, on Sunday, disclosed that it has written the Federal Government on its plan to establish a regional security network. This was disclosed after the meeting of the forum at the Enugu Government House. A communique issued after the meeting was read by Chairman of the forum and Ebonyi […]
via Southeast security network: Igbo governors write Nigerian govt — OgeneAfrican
[Daily Trust] Ten days ago on Friday, January 31, the Trump administration added Nigeria to the list of countries whose citizens are affected by an immigration ban to the US. Citizens of African countries Nigeria, Eritrea, Tanzania and Sudan, as well as those of Kyrgyzstan and Myanmar, will have seriously restricted access to US immigrant…
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Lets take a look at today’s summary from Nigerian Newspapers: 1. A Federal High Court sitting in Makurdi, on Monday, declared the Federal Government’s plan to establish RUGA Settlement and cattle colonies in Benue State was unwarranted, unlawful and unconstitutional. The court presided over by Justice Mobolaji Olajuwon, while delivering judgement, said any […]
via Nigerian Newspapers: 10 major things you need to know this Tuesday morning — OgeneAfrican
The Christian Association in Nigeria has demanded the church to pray against any plan to affect Christianity in Nigeria.
Pastor E A Adeboye lead the rally protests saying all men are equal. Claiming for the rights of man through intercession globally.
He instructed every territory of The Redeemed Christian Church of God to do the same. Prayer against insecurity in Nigeria.
Posted by Thandiubani on Wed 29th Jan, 2020. Members of the National Youth Service Corps will now receive N33,000 as new minimum wage. The Director-General of the National Youth Service Corps, Brigadier-General Shuaibu Ibrahim has revealed that the monthly allowance of corp members has been increased to N33,000. According to a report by TheCable, Ibrahim […]
via NYSC Increases New Minimum Wage To N33,000 For Corps Members — ginnyent
“For the people who lived in the time of Ramesses II, the Pyramids must have looked old, for Cleopatra VII they were absolutely ancient. During this period, musical culture has also changed. “ For example, the simple harp played during the construction of the Pyramid 4,500 years ago was very different from that played around…
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