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Cote d'Ivoire: Drogba Drops Elephants Responsibility for Chelsea

Didier Drogba announced his retire-ment from international football on Friday - after 12 years of playing for Cote'd Ivoire Drogba, recently returned to Chelsea and it is believed that he quit international football to concentrate on his club career.
The 36-year-old is Ivorian all-time record goalscorer with 65 goals in 104 appearances. Cote'd Ivoire recently appointed Harve Renard as coach and are eying the African Nations Cup, which eluded Drogba through his time with the Elephants.
'It is with much sadness that I have decided to retire from international football,' the statement on Drogba's official Twitter account read.
'These pa ...

Liberia: Ebola Patients Stigmatized, Abandoned

Since the outbreak of the Ebola virus in West Africa, there are glaring signs that some Liberians have developed enmity against their compatriots who have contracted the disease.
In most cases, those infested with the virus, have been abandoned at health centers by their relatives while less attention continues to be shown.
Now, the International Foundation for Human Dignity (FIND) has raised a number of issues concerning the way and manner in which individuals infested with the Ebola virus are being ill-treated.
Roosevelt Woods, FIND's Executive Director says his institution has investigated and uncovered how some Ebola victims have ...

Namibia: Nigerians Plan a Salt Refinery Near Henties

Swakopmund — Nigerian investors aim to set up a salt refinery close to Henties Bay in the Erongo Region.
This is according to the Governor of the Erongo Region, Cleophas Mutjavikua, who on Friday said the government has given approval to Nigerian investors to build the facility near Henties Bay following lengthy negotiations.
"In addition to the existing salt refineries, a new salt refining factory was approved by Cabinet. The bureaucratic process took longer than anticipated," the governor said. He could however not say when exactly the refinery would take shape but indicated that a few logistics still need to be ironed out between the government and ...

Nigeria: Bayelsa Govt Warns Contractors Against Building Collapse

The Bayelsa Government on Friday warned contractors handling various building projects in the state against substandard jobs to avert the collapse of such projects.
Mr Lawrence Ehwrudjakpo, the state Commissioner for Works and Infrastructure Development, issued the warning while fielding questions from newsmen in Yenagoa on execution of high quality jobs.
He said that poor quality projects most often led to the collapse of buildings after their completion.
Ehwrudjakpo identified substandard building materials, such as blocks and poor mixture of sand, chippings and cement, as the major causes of building collapse in many parts of the ...

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