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Omoyele Sowore rearrested by DSS

There was drama at the Federal High Court in Abuja as about 15 operatives of the Department of State Services rearrested Sahara Reporters publisher, Omoyele Sowore, after the Friday’s proceedings. Operatives of the DSS invaded the courtroom to effect the arrest. He was rearrested after the close of the Friday’s proceedings which the judge, Justice […]

Sex Offender Register launched in Nigeria

Nigeria has launched its very first sex offender register aimed to name and shame those prosecuted for the abuse in order to deter potential offenders. The register is documentation of reported, tried or convicted cases of sexual violations and gender-based violence. Hence, it was unveiled by the Vice President of Nigeria Mr. Yemi Osinbajo. The […]

December, 4 By Elizabeth News

East Africa Struggles with Heavy Rains

Countries in East Africa have been struggling with the aftermath of heavy rainfalls. The latest being Djibouti, currently going through flash floods. The government of Djibouti and the United Nations have said the equivalent of two years rain fell in a single day in the country. Between October to mid-November rainfall has been up to […]

Air Peace CEO charged with Money Laundering

Allen Onyema the founder and CEO of Air Peace have been indicted for bank fraud and money laundering in the United States. On Friday 22 November 2019, the US Attorney’s Office, Northern District of Georgia issued a press release. In the press release, Mr. Allen Onyema was charge with bank fraud and money laundering. The […]

TMDA bans medication containing Ranitidine

Tanzania Medicines and Medical Devices Authority – TMDA has instructed all patients taking heartburn drugs with the active ranitidine ingredient to stop their course of treatment immediately. Patients need to report to any nearby health facility as authorities have raised concerns about the drugs. TMDA said the drugs with the trade names Raniplex 150mg, Rantac […]

November, 29 By Elizabeth News

Acacia Mining officially Delisted from DSE

The Dar es Salaam Stock Exchange (DSE) Plc will officially delist Acacia Mining on Monday 18 November. This is two months after the company was delisted from the London Stock Exchange Group (LSEG). Delisting Acacia will cut the DSE’s total market capitalisation by Sh2.727 trillion. The DSE total market capitalisation will now be Sh16.943 trillion. […]