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RIFAN commends Council of State for endorsing $1bn to boost agriculture

By Abdallah el-Kurebe

The National President of the Rice Farmers Association of Nigeria (RIFAN), Alhaji Aminu Goronyo has commended Nigeria’s Council of State for approving $1 billion to boost agriculture as well as empower livestock production. 268 more words

Agriculture

Jonathan, IBB absent at Buhari's Council of State meeting

President Muhammadu Buhari is, at present, presiding over a meeting of the Council of State.
Former leaders absent are Ibrahim Badamasi Babamgida, Goodluck Jonathan, Shehu Shagari and Earnest Shomekan are absent. 22 more words

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Osu Mantse Adjudged ‘Most Outstanding Traditional Leader In Peace and Security'

The Paramount Chief of Osu Traditional Council and President of Greater Accra Regional House of Chiefs, His Majesty Nii Okwei Kinka Dowouna VI has been recognized for his distinguished peace and unity practice over the years. 352 more words

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THE COUNCIL OF STATE MUST BE ABOLISHED!

The policy rationale for the creation of the Council of State has become otiose, therefore the Council of State must be abolished to save state resources. 536 more words

Ghana

Royal secrecy deepens

King Vajiralongkorn’s reign has been characterized by fear and secrecy.

The fear has spread throughout society. Fear of getting on the wrong side of a powerful man said to be vicious and cruel. 386 more words

Nkawie DCE schools Chiefs on building in swampy areas

The District Chief Executive (DCE) of the Atwima Nwabiagya, Hon. Amoah Awuku has schooled Chiefs in the district on the need to build in an appropriate season, in other to avoid unexpected tragedies. 173 more words

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Osu embarks on Massive Clean-up exercise ahead Of Mantsemei Royal Farewell

The Asofo groups (Youth) of Osu in the Greater Accra Region have embarked on a major clean-up exercise within the metropolis, especially the royal Mausoleum as part of preparations towards the Royal Farewell for departed Osu Mantsemei from 1916 to 1982. 207 more words

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