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2012-02-28 12:17:43 Hitting One Trillion in Assets [Independent] Between 2007 and 2010, Rwanda's banking sector faced dramatic turbulence. "The banking sector at the end of 2008 was suffering from high levels of Non-Performing Loans [bad loans], lack of liquidity [lack of cash], poor infrastructure, high operating losses and bad controls," said the Managing Director of Rwanda Commercial Bank (BCR) Anand Sanjeev.

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Thursday, 02-26-15, 16:43Public Private Partnership Venture[Ghana Govt.]Development is a process and not an event. It is in this vain that many are of the view that projects started but not completed by one regime should be continued by succeeding regime.
Thursday, 02-26-15, 14:45Gtia Al Farouk. After the Graduation Ceremony, the Mission Begins.[PR Newswire]Bamako, Mali -On Saturday, 21st of February 2015, at Koulikoro Training Centre, in the presence of the EUTM Mission commander, the Minister of Defence and Veterans Affairs, the Chief of General Major Staff of the Army, European and international diplomatic missions and representatives of international organizations, has been organized the graduation ceremony of GTIA AL FAROUK, after 12 weeks of intensive training for the future missions.
Thursday, 02-26-15, 14:39Military Trial - Byabagamba, Rusagara Demand Release On Bail[Focus]As the Military High Court continued on Wednesday to hear the case of col. Tom Byabagamba, brig. gen. Frank Rusagara and (rtd) and sergeant Fran├žois Kabayiza , who are charged among others with inciting violence among the population and tarnishing the image of the country, the accused reiterated their request to be released on bail.
Thursday, 02-26-15, 14:29Jonathan Heading to Conflict-Ridden Baga[Premium Times]President Goodluck Jonathan has visited Mubi in Adamawa State, more than three months after Nigerian troops recaptured the town from the insurgent group, Boko Haram.
Thursday, 02-26-15, 14:25Jonathan Procures N11 Billion Equipment 'to Tap Phones'[Premium Times]Nigeria's active 120 million GSM subscribers need to know this: The Nigeria Police, the State Security Service [SSS] and the Nigerian Communications Satellite Limited [NIGCOMSAT] are, on behalf of the Nigerian government, possibly hacking your phones and listening in to your conversations.

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