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Friday, August 10, 2018
Wednesday, August 8, 2018
Sunday, August 5, 2018
In the resignation letter dated August 5, 2018, the deputy governor said he had desired to remain in office until the end of their tenure, but chose to resign due to irreconcilable differences with the governor. “I regret to write and notify you of my decision to resign my position as deputy governor of Kano State with effect from Saturday 4th August, 2018.
“Your Excellency, I would have desired to remain up to the end of our tenure in order to fulfill the aspirations and expectations of the good people of Kano State as expressed in their mandate given to our joint ticket in 2015, but with the current and persistent irreconcilable differences on matters relating to governance and government operations, personal opinions, and the concept of, and respect for, democratic ideals and values, it would be unfair to my conscience, to the good people of Kano State and to you as the head of the government to continue to remain in my position as the Deputy Governor of Kano State. “Your Excellency would recall several instances I had to draw your attention to the need to understand and appreciate these differences in order to avoid drifting into the kind of unnecessary crisis we are facing today, but to no avail,” the letter read in part.
Saturday, August 4, 2018
If anything at all, I have tarried for so long and did all that was humanly possible, even in the face of great provocation, ridicule and flagrant persecution, to give an opportunity for peace, reconciliation and harmonious existence.” “The populist notion of anti-corruption became a ready weapon for silencing any form of dissent and for framing even principled objection as corruption fighting back." “Persistent onslaught against the legislature and open incitement of the people against their own representatives became a default argument in defence of any short-coming of the government in a manner that betrays all too easily, a certain contempt for the Constitution itself or even the democracy that it is meant to serve.” Dr Saraki blamed his defection on some key members within the ruling who played against the basic rules of party administration.
23-year-old rapper, whose real name is Siddique Kamara was stabbed to death on Wednesday night in Camberwell, South London. Victim Siddique Kamara, also known as Incognito and SK, a member of Drill music group Moscow17, was cleared at the Old Bailey in January of murdering Abdirahman Mohamed, who was related to a member of a rival gang Mr Kamara, was friends with fellow rapper Rhyhiem Ainsworth Barton, who was found with fatal gunshot wounds in Warham Street in May.
Friday, August 3, 2018
Tuesday, July 31, 2018
A shark was stolen from the San Antonio Aquarium on Saturday by two adult males and one woman. Police say the animal was hidden in a stroller after the trio kidnapped it.
One of the male suspects removed the two-foot long gray horn shark from its tank around 2:15 p.m. and exited with the two other suspects after placing it in a stroller.
Surveillance footage captured the suspects exiting the aquarium and one of the suspects left with the animal in a Chevrolet Silverado truck
Leon Valley Police Chief Jeff Salvaggio described the random crime in a statement:
“It’sobviously somebody that knows something about the sharks and knows something about what they were doing and why they were doing it. It’s not random. There is no doubt in my mind this is not a random theft“
Texas Parks and Wildlife Science Director Michael Fisher says grey horn sharks adapt well in captivity and are found in the Pacific Ocean.
The truck used to transport the shark was found by police Monday evening and was process at 5:30 pm.
The public is being called for by the LVPD to help find the shark and its captors
Kyaw Soe Oo, one of two Reuters journalists accused of obtaining state secrets in Myanmar, told a court on Monday that the information in documents police say were found on his mobile phone was already public.
The 28-year-old reporter said he did not know how the documents, previously submitted to the court in Yangon by the prosecution during pre-trial hearings, had got on to his phone.
Kyaw Soe Oo and his Reuters colleague Wa Lone, 32, are facing up to 14 years in prison for allegedly violating Myanmar's colonial-era Official Secrets Act. Both have pleaded not guilty to the charges and have told the court how they were "trapped" by police officials who planted documents on them.
Referring to what he said were "top secret" documents found on his phone and in his possession, lead prosecutor Kyaw Min Aung accused Kyaw Soe Oo during cross-examination of having "a habit of collecting those documents...to write news and send to foreign news agency Reuters".
In response, Kyaw Soe Oo, sitting in the witness box facing the judge, said: "I didn't collect those documents voluntarily."
At the time of their arrest in December, the journalists had been investigating the killing of 10 Rohingya Muslim men and boys in a village in western Myanmar's Rakhine state. The killings took place during an army crackdown that United Nations agencies say sent nearly 700,000 people fleeing to Bangladesh.
The trial has attracted global attention and has come to be seen as a test of press freedom and reforms in the fledgling democracy.
Defense lawyers also called as a witness on Monday a driver for Reuters, Myo Thant Tun, who had dropped the reporters off for a meeting on the evening they were arrested.
Myo Thant Tun said the pair were carrying "nothing but their handphones" when they entered a restaurant where they met police officials who handed them a set of papers shortly before they were detained.
Kyaw Soe Oo and Wa Lone have testified that Police Lance Corporal Naing Lin and another officer handed them documents during their meeting at the north Yangon restaurant, but that they had no time to look at them before being arrested as they left.
A police captain, Moe Yan Naing, has also testified that a superior officer had instructed his subordinates, including Naing Lin, to "trap" the reporters. Naing Lin has told the court he met the reporters, but denied giving them anything.
Myanmar government spokesman Zaw Htay has mostly declined to comment throughout the proceedings, saying Myanmar courts are independent. He did not answer calls seeking comment on Monday.
In their testimony, the journalists have described how they were handcuffed, hooded, deprived of sleep, and forced to kneel for hours while being questioned by interrogators who focused on their reporting of the massacre of Rohingya Muslims, rather than the documents they are accused of obtaining.
Judge Ye Lwin adjourned the trial until next week, when the defense is expected to call character witnesses.
Health Risks of Poor Menstrual Hygiene Management
There are also health issues to consider apart from the above-mentioned social issues. Poor protection and inadequate washing facilities may increase susceptibility to infection, with the odour of menstrual blood putting girls at risk of being stigmatised (see also water sanitation and health. In communities where female genital cutting is practiced, multiple health risks exist. Where the vaginal aperture is inadequate for menstrual flow, a blockage and build-up of blood clots is created behind the infibulated area. This can be a cause for protracted and painful period, increased odour, discomfort and the potential for additional infections (KIRK & SOMMER 2006).
It is assumed that the risk of infection (including sexually transmitted infection) is higher than normal during menstruation because the blood coming out of the body creates a pathway for bacteria to travel back into the uterus. Certain practices are more likely to increase the risk of infection (see figure below). Using unclean rags for example, especially if they are inserted into the vagina, can introduce or support the growth of unwanted bacteria that could lead to infection.
As an example, findings from Bangladesh, where 80% of factory workers are women, show that 60% of them were using rags from the factory floor for menstrual cloths. These are highly chemically charged and often freshly dyed. Infections are common, leading to 73% of women missing work for on average six days a month. Women had no safe place either to purchase cloth or pads or to change/dispose of them. When women are paid by piece, those six days away present a huge economic damage to them but also to the business supply chain
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Sunday, July 29, 2018
A Somali journalist has been killed in Mogadishu in the latest in a series of attacks targeting media practitioners in the Horn of Africa nation. The National Union of Somali Journalists (NUSOJ) said on Friday the incident happened when a man clad in police uniform at a checkpoint (road inspection place) shot Abdirizak Iimaan on the head in Hamar Jajab neighbourhood of Mogadishu.
“He was pronounced dead few minutes after he was shot. “Iimaan has been working with London based SBS TV in the Somali capital as cameraman and sometimes as technician,” said the union in a statement.