Nigeria: Chibok, A Living Nightmare, Find our Daughters

Wednesday, April 30, 2014 - 15:54, by Sokari Ekine
Relatives of Kidnapped Girls [Source: TheGuardian.com]

 Women across Nigeria are protesting the abduction of 234 schoolgirls from Chibok, in north east Nigeria, which took place on Monday April
the 14th. Starting from Wednesday the 30th of April, protests and rallies are planned in Abuja, Ibadan, Maiduguri, Kano, Lagos, Kaduna,
Benin.

A Living Nightmare, Find our Daughters – Statement by Women of Peace And Justice

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Since Monday 14th April 2014 when over 200 young female students from the Government Girls Secondary School Chibok, Borno State were abducted by heavily armed men, millions around the world have been unable to come to terms with… ( Read on! )

Zambia's President Increases His Salary, Blames Opposition MPs

Sunday, October 20, 2013 - 06:13, by Gershom Ndhlovu

Even before the echo of the voice of Zambia's Minister of Finance, Alexander Chikwanda, died down from his budget presentation in parliament in which he announced the freezing of civil service wages for two years, citizen media website Zambian Watchdog unearthed a Statutory Instrument dated 8 October 2013 that increased President Michael Sata's salary along with other constitution office holders.

President Michael Sata addressing parliament. Picture used with permission from Lusaka Times.

President Michael Sata addressing parliament. Picture used with permission from Lusaka Times.

This is one Statutory Instrument government would have wished was buried among the documents citizens… ( Read on! )

Zambia Readies Corruption Case Against Former President Rupiah Banda

Tuesday, March 19, 2013 - 10:10, by Gershom Ndhlovu

The stage has been set for the prosecution of Zambia’s former president Rupiah Banda on corruption charges after his presidential immunity was lifted by parliament in a raucous sitting in which the speaker was heckled and opposition members walked out.

President Banda was the country’s head of state for three years, from 2008 when he took over from President Levy Mwanawasa for whom he had been vice president, up to 2011 when his party, the Movement for Multiparty Democracy was defeated in presidential and parliamentary elections.

Former President Banda

Former President Banda whose immunity has been lifted by… ( Read on! )

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