Latest News March 25, 2016
March 25, 2016
news From All Africa
- Zimbabwe: Pupil Killed in Army Drill Incident
[The Herald] THE Zimbabwe National Army has identified the pupil accidentally killed by a 12,7mm anti-aircraft gun at Delamore High School in Darwendale on Wednesday as Tawanda Masvipa (16).
- Nigeria: President Buhari – We'll End Election Violence Before 2019
[Daily Trust] President Muhammadu Buhari has vowed to end election violence in Nigeria before the next general elections holding 2019.
- Rwanda: Gunmen Attack From DR Congo, One Killed
[New Times] An armed man wearing DR Congo military uniform was killed on Wednesday night on the Rwandan territory following an attack on a Rwanda Defence Forces (RDF) base at Nyiramugweri hill in Bugeshi Sector, Rubavu District.
- East Africa: Health Centre of Excellence Opens in Rwanda
[New Times] A health facility has been launched in Kigali as part of efforts to further professionalise health, immunisation and related commodity logistics management in the region.
- Rwanda: We Must End Malnutrition – Premier
[New Times] Rwanda cannot lag behind in fighting malnutrition where other countries have succeeded, Prime Minister Anastase Murekezi has said.
- Rwanda: President Reassures Gakenke on Service Delivery
[New Times] The Government will work fast enough to construct more feeder roads, a health centre and extend electricity and faster internet in Gakenke District to strengthen good service delivery.
- Nigeria: Lagos Shuts 23 Churches, Clubhouses Over Noise
[Guardian] The Lagos State government yesterday clamped down on 23 churches in the state over disturbing noise coming from their domains. Among them are the Lord’s Chosen Charismatic Renewal Church in Surulere and Foursquare Gospel Church in Ogudu, Ojota area of the state.
- Nigeria: Government Pledges Increased Funding for TB Control
[Guardian] As part of the activities marking this year’s World Tuberculosis Day, wife of the President, Aisa Buhari, was yesterday chosen to lead the national anti-TB campaign.
- Nigeria: Hajj 2016 – Commission Seeks Better Deals for Pilgrims
[Guardian] As preparations peak for 2016 Hajj operation, the National Hajj Commission of Nigeria (NAHCON) is perfecting new modalities that will guarantee a hitch-free exercise, even as it noted that 4000 buses used by Nigerian pilgrims would be replaced by Saudi Arabia government.
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