The US IT company Google on Friday said that it would invest over one billion dollars in European solar cell parks, five of which will be built in Denmark. Malou Aamund, Google’s Danish director, said this in a statement on Friday. “We have been working hard to find some projectsRead More →

Namibia is mobilising financial resources to reintegrate 3,000 of its citizens, who were last week repatriated by neighbouring Botswana, a senior government official said Friday. Botswana took the decision to repatriate the Namibians after offering them many chances to voluntarily return home in previous years without any success. Commissioner ofRead More →

No fewer than five persons were on Friday burnt to death and 10 others sustained injuries in an accident involving a white Mazda bus at Onigaari, on Lagos-Ibadan expressway. Mr Clement Oladele, the Sector Commander, Federal Road Safety Corps (FRSC), confirmed the incident to News Agency of Nigeria in Abeokuta. Oladele said that theRead More →

The Nigeria Immigration Service on Thursday, unveiled its National Border Strategy 2019 to enhance national security. Controller-General of the Service, Mr Muhammad Babandede presented the document in Abuja with stakeholders in the sector in attendance. News Agency of Nigeria reports that the project was funded by the European Union and implementedRead More →

The Economic and Financial Crimes Commission will on Friday arraign another suspect linked to the controversial Gas Supply Project Agreement which led to the recent $9.6bn judgment given against Nigeria and in favour of Process and Industrial Developments by a British court. The suspect is a former Director, Legal ServicesRead More →

El Salvador’s former president Antonio Saca has been sentenced to two years in prison for bribery, the attorney general’s office said. The 54-year-old was found guilty of attempting to bribe a court employee with 10,000 dollars in a bid to obtain information about a case against him, newspaper La Prensa Grafica reported.Read More →