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Dunah Predicts 6th Place for Liberty Party

Tuesday, September 19, 2017 - By Hannah N. Geterminah Nimba County District #7 lawmaker Worlea S. Dunah has predicted that the opposition Liberty Party (LP) will finish 6th place at the October polls. Dunah, a lawmaker loyal to the Unity Party (UP), made his prediction on the grounds that Liberty Party finished 3rd in 2005 and 4th in 2011, for which Senator Prince Johnson at the time referred to the LP as a “backward movement.” Sen. Johnson went on to say the 2011 elections results showed that the Liberty Party is not progressing, which indicates that the party has lost relevance in Liberian politics. Representative Dunah said apart from the Coalition for Democratic Change (CDC), there is no credible opposition to the ruling Unity Party in the upcoming elections, noting that the Liberty Party has received several benefits from President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf that have caused the party unnecessary distractions, even the allegation that the President is supporting the party. He said all those calling ...continue

‘No Law Bans Political Parties from Violating NEC’s Threshold’

Tuesday, September 19, 2017 - – Supreme Court reserves ruling in 10 political parties’ disqualification claims An argument on Thursday over whether or not 11 registered political parties should be disqualified from contesting the October 10 presidential and legislative elections for violating the new elections threshold law turned sour for former Justice Minister Lavela Korbo Johnson, who pushed for the action against the parties. The argument at the Supreme Court resulted from a complaint filed by Johnson’s lawyer, Amara Sheriff, against the National Elections Commission (NEC), contending that the electoral body was in violation of Chapter 4 Section 4.5 (1a) of the amended Elections Law to have qualified the political parties. The court on Thursday reserved its judgment on the matter. Section (1-a) provides that “The list of candidates sent by a political party to the commission for an election must include a candidate for at least half of all the (73) constituencies in the election.” Meaning, the par ...continue

‘African Dream Academy Bigger than District Politics,’ Enders Tells Critics

Tuesday, September 19, 2017 - The proprietor of the African Dream Academy, Rev. Samuel R. Enders said his African Dream that has brought into operations the African Dream Academy and its children’s clinic, among many other initiatives is greater and bigger than the politics of a district. Appearing on the Bumper Show recently, Enders said even though he is into politics to help restructure and improve the conditions of Montserrado electoral district #6, he has not lost sight of his primary mission that compelled him to return home after many years of struggles in the US. “I came back to help rebuild my country by investing in education and social structures that have the capacities to shape and better the living conditions of any population, regardless of place of origin or challenging economic status,” he said. He noted that during political times, many lose sight of the cardinal issues affecting society and focus on trivial matters such as demonizing people they know nothing about and many other things that ar ...continue

Prince Toles: “No Illusion of Winning Mont. District 8”

Tuesday, September 19, 2017 - Liberty Party representative candidate, Prince Toles, one of the 22 aspirants vying for the coveted Montserrado County District #8 representative seat, said he is certain of victory in the ensuing presidential and legislative elections. “I am number 21 of the 22 aspirants, but having contested in the last election,” he said in a recent interview, “I have no illusion that victory on October 10 is a foregone conclusion.” Toles’ position is strange in a crowded field of 22 aspirants, but he seemed sure of the trust he has built in the electorate with regards to his political ambition. “I know we are many in the contest,” he admitted, “but our campaign is going well. I understand my people and I’m convinced that I have won their confidence.” The 35-year old businessman explained that he can do much for the community and the country when he represents his people in the House of Representatives. His platform includes improvements in infrastructure, the economy ...continue

Nigeria spends N208.8bn on data capturing in 7 years

Tuesday, September 19, 2017 - By Kester Omu The Nigerian government has spent a whooping N208.8 billion on the collection of data from its citizens in the last seven years. A breakdown of how the money was spent, according to a report in the Guardian Newspaper shows that the Banks in Nigeria as instructed by the Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) has so far spent N45 billion to issue Bank verification Number to account owners. Others are SIM Registration, a project of the Nigerian Communications Commission and Mobile Network Operators, which has gulped N46.1 billion. The National Identity Card from the National Identity Management Commission has cost the federal government N30.7 billion, while the Voters Registration, a project of the Independent National Electoral Commission cost the government N87 billion. This is worrisome and a burden to the government’s pulse, Usman Idris, a public affairs analyst and a social commentator said, lamenting that the multiplicity of data capturing by the federal government is a res ...continue

Egypt’s economic reforms necessary engines of growth: Chinese ambassador to Egypt - Daily News Egypt

Tuesday, September 19, 2017 - In mid-August, China and Egypt signed an agreement regarding launching a railway project, which will link the railway lines between central Cairo, 10th of Ramadan City, and the New Administrative Capital. During Egyptian President Abdel Fattah Al-Sisi’s visit to China to attend the 9th round of the BRICS summit, was held from 3 to 5 September in Beijing, both sides reached an agreement regarding the electric train project that links 10th of Ramadan City with the New Administrative Capital through Chinese financing, at a total cost of about $739m. Moreover, they reached an economic and technical cooperation agreement, in which China will provide a $45m non-refundable grant for the implementation of the Egypt Satellite 2 (Egypt Sat-2) project to serve research projects and remote sensing. Furthermore, financial arrangements are expected to be signed and carried out between Egypt and China after Egypt’s participation in the BRICS summit, according to Chinese ambassador to Egypt Song Ai ...continue

Telecoms: Bridging infrastructure deficit through collocation facilities

Tuesday, September 19, 2017 -     Though the Nigeria’s telecoms industry is, no doubt, confronted with infrastructure deficits as a result of medley of factors with negative impacts on the industry growth, analysts say leveraging the capacity of collocation companies such as Medallion Communications Limited could be the way out for players to reduce capital expenditure (CAPEX) and operational expenditure (OPEX). Martin Ekpeke reports Despite a record of over $68 billion local and foreign direct investments (FDIs) into the country’s telecoms sector, lack of a robust infrastructure remains one of the challenges that have bedeviled the Nigeria’s telecom ecosystem. In fact, the country continues to face an acute shortage of infrastructure. The infrastructure deficit appears to have, in collaboration with other nexus of factors, subjected telecom subscriptions to a sharp decline in the number of active mobile subscribers put at 139 million by the Nigerian Communications Commission as of July 2017 Existing ...continue

‘Liberia’s Land Problem Needs Proper Legal Framework’

Tuesday, September 19, 2017 - – USAID-LGSA Chief of Party, Gebremedlin The USAID-Land Governance Support Activity (LGSA) chief of party has said that Liberia’s land sector needs to be addressed in an appropriate manner in order to prevent potential land conflicts. Dr. Yohannes Gebremedlin said government also has to put in place adequate policies and a proper legal framework to peacefully handle land related crises. Dr. Gebremedlin, who has worked in the land sector in many countries around the world, made the assertion last Friday in his address during a one-day training for the Association of Judicial Reporters (AJUR). The training, held at the offices of the Liberia Land Authority (LLA) in Monrovia, was intended to improve journalists’ reporting on the Criminal Conveyance of Land Law passed in 2014. The LSGA’s chief of party suggested that the country does not only need proper policies and legal framework, it also has to ensure that those responsible for handling the sector should have the necessa ...continue

Two Former Teachers Wish Liberia Gets President, Reps. Who Truly Love Country

Tuesday, September 19, 2017 - Two senior citizens of Liberia, Mrs. Gessie Christine Wah King, 98, and Mrs. Charlotte Walker Allen, 86, are diligently praying for God to help voters across the country cast their votes for a President and Representatives who will truly demonstrate their love for the country they claim ownership of. The nonagenarian, Mrs. King, taught at the College of West Africa, many of the country’s outstanding citizens, including Vice President Joseph N. Boakai, Dr. Henry B. Fahnbulleh, former security advisor to President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf and now standard bearer of the Liberian People Party, Dr. Ophelia Inez Weeks newly inducted president of the University of Liberia, and other Weeks siblings, the late John McClain, former Minister of State without portfolio, among others. Mrs. Allen answering an interview question posed by the Daily Observer In an exclusive interview with the Daily Observer over the weekend at her residence near Cabral Estate in the Old Road community, Mrs. King said the ...continue

Education investors demand government to "strengthen incentives" for sector - Daily News Egypt

Tuesday, September 19, 2017 - A number of investors in the educational sector have requested from the government offering incentives and extra facilitations to support local and foreign investments in the sector throughout the upcoming period. Investors in the sector have agreed that it is difficult to obtain lands for educational activities. There is also the difficulty of the strict rules enforced on educational buildings. They demanded the government to intervene in determining tuition fees and to solve the issues facing investors in the sector. El Mandoh El Husseiny head of the Private School Owners Association, and owner of El Hossam International School Group and Future Language Schools, said that the costs of operating schools have increased by 100% after the decision of the Central Bank of Egypt (CBE) to float the Egyptian pound, which negatively impacted investment opportunities in the sector. El Husseiny added that investors in the sector are facing obstacles to implement new projects or to establish e ...continue

Why Community Policing Matters

Tuesday, September 19, 2017 - TELL Magazine News Whenever governments or nation states are confronted with the issues of terrorism, one thought that assails the mind is the significance of intelligence as a counter-terrorism instrument. This could mean the gathering of intelligence information by relevant security agencies about the next terrorist attack. Such information could lead to nipping such existing plot in the... The post Why Community Policing Matters appeared first on TELL.   continue reading ...continue

Nimba Rep. Candidate Dies While Preparing to Launch Campaign

Tuesday, September 19, 2017 - With barely 21 days to the October 10 polls, an independent representative aspirant of Nimba County Electoral District #7 was pronounced dead yesterday at the Jackson F. Doe Memorial Hospital in Tappita, Lower Nimba County. A medical report doctors at the hospital released to the family confirmed that Morris Kardiker Sanoe died of “cardiac respiratory arrest,” but family members and supporters are attributing his death to “African science, probably from a close relative.” Mourning his loss are his mother Ma Payla, his widow, Mayamou Kromah Sanoe, sister Masalone, a brother, William N. Dahn (also a representative candidate in the same district), and a host of other relatives, most of whom live in Stone Mountain, Georgia, USA. What is so sad about Sanoe’s death, sympathizers lamented, is that he had received his campaign materials, including the printed T-shirts and flyers in Ganta not too long before his demise. News of the death of Sanoe, who hails from Gblah, a town lyi ...continue

CBE’s role pivotal in economic reform programme, restoring investors’ confidence: El Kadi - Daily News Egypt

Tuesday, September 19, 2017 - Ashraf El Kadi, the chairperson of the United Bank, has expressed his optimism and anticipation of the launch of the Egyptian economy’s kick off with the start of 2018. El Kadi explained that there is global interest by Arab and foreign investors in Egypt. He noted that this is easy to see in the large number of delegations to take part in the Euromoney Conference (which will take place in Egypt on 18 and 19 September) as well as in the number of institutions that showed interest in the investment map in Egypt. He said that this has put Egypt on the right track, according to the 2030 vision, to turn Egypt into one of the largest 30 economies in the world. El Kadi pointed out that the current economic reform programme of the social dimension has provided investors with confidence in the fact that Egypt is serious about its goals and becoming a strong, growing economy. He added that the availability of serious and attractive investment opportunities in light of the new Investment Law ...continue

Yes or no? Independence referendum splits Iraqi Kurds

Tuesday, September 19, 2017 - Arbil, Iraq - 19 Sep 2017: Iraqi Kurds may have long dreamed of founding their own state, but the independence referendum set for September 25 has also exposed divisions between their autonomous region's main cities. In Arbil, capital of the Kurdish Regional Government, the streets are currently teeming with red, white and green Kurdish flags. Some people have even resprayed their cars with the same colours and altered their registration plates to read "Kurdistan" instead of "Iraq". Most of the million or so residents of the city, a stronghold of Kurdish leader Massud Barzani who initiated the poll, back the independence drive. Many even say the vote should have been held years ago, given that the region has been de facto autonomous since 1991. But 150 kilometres (90 miles) to the southeast in Sulaimaniyah, a bastion of opposition to Barzani, there is little enthusiasm for the vote despite broad support for independence itself. "Why hold a referendum when the foundation to build a ...continue

Egyptian economy to reap reform fruits by 2019 - Daily News Egypt

Tuesday, September 19, 2017 - Amr Tantawy, the managing director of Misr Iran Development Bank (MIDB), predicted that 2019 would be the year of the Egyptian economy where it will start to reap reform fruits. Tantawy stressed that the banking sector will always support the economy with money and expertise at any time, calling on the Egyptian youth to benefit from the CBE’s initiative to finance SMEs. He also demanded top businesspeople to expand their social activities by funding small projects that serve their major projects. How do you see the economic reform measures adopted since the end of last year? Initially, we should admit that we were in a hard situation that required more than painkillers for treatment, and it was necessary to take decisive actions and face our problems openly to solve these problems radically. It is known that any radical solution to a long-time problem is often costly and painful, and that is what we are suffering from now. However, this treatment put Egypt on the right track, ...continue

Merkel refugee rallying cry echoes ahead of German vote

Tuesday, September 19, 2017 - Berlin - 19 Sep 2017:Syrian student Moataz Ghannam believes many Germans misunderstood Chancellor Angela Merkel when she delivered her now-famous rallying cry at the height of the refugee influx, "We can do it". "I didn't see it as a statement of fact -- 'we can do it right now' -- but as a goal: we all need to work together, refugees and Germans," the 27-year-old said. Ghannam's odyssey from his war-ravaged homeland to Europe's top economy represents an unqualified success story -- so much so that he was recently invited to sit on a panel with Merkel to measure progress over the last two years. This autumn, he will begin working toward finishing his bachelor's degree in business administration at a private university in the German capital, using credits he earned in Syria and through the Berlin-based, non-profit Kiron. Kiron Open Higher Education, which supports 2,700 foreign students, more than 40 percent of whom are Syrian, was one of a handful of examples of "We can do it" proj ...continue

Saraki Faults Governors and Military On IPOB

Tuesday, September 19, 2017 - TELL Magazine News Senate president Bukola Saraki has said that the declarations made by the Southeast governors and the Nigerian Army on the Independent People of Biafra, IPOB contravene the Constitution of Nigeria. Saraki, a former governor said the two groups flouted the constitution with their pronouncements, insisting that he believed that should the decisions espoused in the... The post Saraki Faults Governors and Military On IPOB appeared first on TELL.   continue reading ...continue

SON moves to tackle sub-standard e-products influx, partners PAPDA on e-products registration

Tuesday, September 19, 2017 - By Kester Omu Standard Organisation of Nigeria (SON) is set to work with the Phones and Allied Product Dealers (PAPDAN) at the Ikeja Computer Village towards curbing influx of sub-standard mobile products in the country. This is just as the standard organisation gave importers 30-day window to commence proper registration of their IT products with SON. This was the peak of discussions at a stakeholder meeting held at the Information Technology market to create awareness on the importance of electronic product registration. Speaking at the forum, Director General of SON, Mr. Osita Aboloma, said there has recently been influx of substandard phones, computers and accessories into the country and that SON has received several complaints on not only on the influx of substandard products but also the phenomena of cloning and counterfeiting. Aboloma, who was represented by the Director, Product Certification, SON, Mr. Tersso Orngudwem, noted that the need to ensure standardization across ...continue

Osinbajo to launch contract disclosure portal on Friday

Tuesday, September 19, 2017 - By Martin Ekpeke Nigerian Vice-President, Prof. Yemi Osinbajo will on Friday this week launch a contract disclosure portal in Abuja, the country’s Federal capital Territory. Osinbajo is also the Chairman of the National Council of Privatization for Nigeria. This was disclosed by Acting Director-General for the Infrastructure Concession Regulatory Commission Engr. Chidi K.C Izuwah  at the correspondents association of Nigeria annual conference in Lagos. Izuwah, who spoke on “Facilitating Infrastructure Financing in Nigeria” noted that the portal, when launched will ensure transparency in the public-private partnership model, with regards to deploying finance for critical infrastructure projects. “The launch of the contract disclosure portal will attract private capital investments into the country,” Izuwah assured. He added that Nigeria needs to attract private capital investments for its infrastructure, which the Government is presently spending about 10 per cent of its GDP financ ...continue

Egypt’s real estate sector undergoing transformation: SODIC managing director - Daily News Egypt

Tuesday, September 19, 2017 - For Magued Sherif, the managing director of local development at SODIC, Egypt’s real estate sector is undergoing transformation following the currency flotation and the new pricing policy for the government in land plots it offers for investors. “The market is reshaping at the current stage. After the currency flotation, the prices are getting higher, but the demand is on the rise, too, to hedge from higher inflation rates,” Sherif told Daily News Egypt in an interview last month. Magued, who was earlier the Egypt country head and properties chief executive officer at Majid Al Futtaim Properties from 2008 to 2011, expects more partnerships among developers in the coming period. How do you see the real estate sector at the current stage? I think the market is reshaping in the current stage. There is a stiff competition among developers to get new customers with soaring prices due to higher costs after the currency flotation. We could see more partnerships between developers to over ...continue