Wema Bank Plc (WEMABA.ng) listed on the Nigerian Stock Exchange under the Banking sector has released it’s 2013 presentation For more information about Wema Bank Plc (WEMABA.ng) reports, abridged reports, interim earnings results and earnings presentations, visit the Wema Bank Plc (WEMABA.ng) company page on AfricanFinancials.Document: Wema Bank Plc (WEMABA.ng) 2013 presentation Company ProfileWema Bank Plc is a financial services institution in Nigeria providing banking products and services for the personal, commercial and corporate sectors. The company provides a full-service offering ranging from transactional accounts, savings account, loans and overdrafts to revolving credit, warehouse financing, letters of credit and invoice discounting/receivable refinancing. Trade services include bills for collection, shipping documents handling, trade finance, invisible trade, offshore guarantees and advisory services. Other products and services support small and medium-sized enterprises, foreign exchange, cash management, retail management and integrated revenue services. Founded in 1945, Wema Bank Plc now as an extensive network of some 125 branches in the major towns and cities of Nigeria. Its company head office is in Lagos, Nigeria. Wema Bank Plc is listed on the Nigerian Stock Exchange
LATEST RUGBY WORLD MAGAZINE SUBSCRIPTION DEALS Cotter didn’t pass up the opportunity to indulge in a spot of mind games, noting that the referee who turned a blind eye to O’Connell’s misdemeanour against Leinster is the same one for the semi-final. “Perhaps,” said Cotter, “…Mr [Nigel] Owens won’t miss such an act. Anyway, he must be very vigilant towards O’Connell’s behaviour.”Vern’s villain: Paul O’Connell will lead Munster in ClermontEven with O’Connell in their line-up it’s hard to see how Munster can hope to defeat Clermont. With fly-half Brock James back in the mix after recovering from injury, the French club have a full-strength squad from which to choose, although Aurelien Rougerie will undergo a fitness test on his thigh later in the week. Of most concern to Munster will be the threat posed out wide by the Clermont threequarters. Against Toulon it was Fijian flier Noa Nakaitaci who scored a brace of tries; against Toulouse , it was the turn of former All Black wing Sitiveni Sivivatu to cross the whitewash twice.With Wesley Fofana in the form of his life in the centre, scrum-half Morgan Parra potting goals from left, right and centre (he scored 16 points against Toulouse) and Lee Byrne and Jean-Marcellin Buttin vying for the full-back jersey, Clermont have the potential to overwhelm Munster on Saturday. Noisy bunch: can the ‘Yellow and Blue Army’ drown out Munster’s 5,000 strong travelling fans?By Gavin MortimerMUNSTER SHOULD be afraid. Very afraid. On Saturday evening in the semi-final of the Heineken Cup they will encounter a Clermont side at the top of their game. So what if an estimated 5,000 of the ‘Red Army’ will descend on Montpellier’s Stade de la Mosson for the mouthwatering clash; Clermont have enlisted 22,000 foot soldiers, and every one expects their boys to do to Munster what they did last week to Toulouse – thrash them.Class act: No 9 Morgan Parra in action against ToulouseClermont’s 39-17 destruction of Toulouse last Saturday must have made Munster shudder, particularly given that they themselves had slumped to defeat away at the Dragons. Okay, so Munster might have been fielding a largely second-string side but that’s what Clermont did the previous week away at Toulon. The outcome? A 26-all draw with only a last-gasp Matt Giteau penalty salvaging a share of the spoils for Toulon.Such is the strength in depth of this Clermont side that they can leave out 14 of their top stars and still draw with the Top 14’s top side. Or at least that’s what Toulon were up until Saturday evening. But defeat away to Grenoble, coupled with Clermont’s four-try rout of Toulouse, means that the men in yellow are the new leaders of the Top 14 with just one more round of the regular season to play.Clermont are peaking at just the right time (they have lost just one of their last eight league matches) and now Munster are in their sights. Earlier in the week coach Vern Cotter called on the fans to drown out Munster’s Red Army, saying: “It will be important to have all the ‘Yellow and Blue’ people behind us…even if we’re not really at home, I think our supporters are going to do all they can for the Yellow Army to defeat the Red Army”.Cotter has had plenty else to say about Saturday’s clash, notably the fact that Paul O’Connell will be in the Munster XV. Cotter, like just about everyone in France, is baffled – and angry – that the Ireland lock escaped punishment for kicking Dave Kearney during the Pro12 game against Leinster. “Objectively, I have trouble seeing how Paul O’Connell can still be on the pitch,” said Cotter, when Midi Olympique asked him about the incident. “I’ve seen the images several times and it all strikes me as bizarre…yes, it worries me when I see a player do such an act and still stay on the pitch.” TAGS: Munster not for featured The Red Army will march south believing their boys can pull off a shock, but the reality is likely to be a painful defeat as the Yellow and Blue army continue their conquest of Europe.Follow Gavin Mortimer on Twitter @gavinmortimer7
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‘El pueblo venezolano’: Declaración del Ministerio de Relaciones Exteriores de Cuba, 31 de julio de 2017
Declaración del Ministerio de Relaciones Exteriores de CubaRepublica de CubaLa Habana31 de julio de 2017Este domingo 30 de julio de 2017, durante las elecciones para la Asamblea Nacional Constituyente en la República Bolivariana de Venezuela, el pueblo venezolano ha demostrado al mundo que es dueño pleno de sus derechos soberanos y que milita decisivamente del lado de la paz, en defensa de la seguridad ciudadana, de la independencia y la libre determinación de su Patria, como lo han hecho a lo largo de toda la historia de América Latina y el Caribe, desde Bolívar.Venezuela se volcó a las urnas como nunca antes había ocurrido en un proceso constituyente. Ese pueblo, que desafió los tranques, las guarimbas, los sabotajes económicos y las amenazas internacionales, derrotó con sus votos la estrategia del imperialismo y las oligarquías y de una oposición que no ha titubeado para desatar las expresiones más brutales de crueldad. Ofende el cinismo de todos los que pretenden culpar al gobierno y a los defensores del pueblo de los crímenes cometidos.Cuba denuncia la puesta en marcha de una bien concertada operación internacional, dirigida desde Washington, con apoyo del Secretario General de la OEA, destinada a silenciar la voz del pueblo venezolano, a desconocer su voluntad, a imponerle la rendición mediante ataques y sanciones económicas.El gobierno de los Estados Unidos, por su parte, ha impuesto directamente al Presidente constitucional Nicolás Maduro Moro sanciones insólitas, violatorias del Derecho Internacional y arbitrarias, que repudiamos.Conocemos bien todas estas prácticas intervencionistas. Creen que a través de eso lograrán la sumisión del pueblo a una oposición títere que financiaron y que ahora promete hacer arder el país.Una vez más, reiteramos lo expresado por el Presidente de los Consejos de Estado y de Ministros, General de Ejército Raúl Castro Ruz el pasado 14 de julio en la Asamblea Nacional:“La agresión y la violencia golpista contra Venezuela dañan a toda «Nuestra América» y solo benefician los intereses de quienes se empeñan en dividirnos para ejercer su dominación sobre nuestros pueblos, sin que les importe generar conflictos de consecuencias incalculables en esta región, como los que estamos presenciando en diferentes lugares del mundo.”“Alertamos hoy que quienes pretenden derrocar por vías inconstitucionales, violentas y golpistas a la Revolución Bolivariana y Chavista asumirán una seria responsabilidad ante la historia.”Nada puede detener a un pueblo dueño de su destino. Solo los venezolanos pueden decidir cómo superar sus problemas y trazar su futuro. Basta de injerencias, de conciliábulos, de traiciones al espíritu bolivariano.Reiteramos nuestra inquebrantable solidaridad con el pueblo y el gobierno bolivariano y chavista, y con su unidad cívico-militar que lidera el presidente constitucional Nicolás Maduro Moros. Como dijo Fidel en la Universidad Central de Caracas durante su visita en enero de 1959: “La postura del Gobierno Revolucionario de Cuba será una postura firme y sin vacilaciones de ninguna clase, porque ha llegado la hora de que los pueblos sepan defenderse y sepan plantear sus derechos.”FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmailPrintMoreShare thisFacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmailPrintMoreShare this
News Regional newspaper editor harassed after investigating real estate scandal to go further February 5, 2021 Find out more Kazakh reporter accuses police of attacking her Receive email alerts RSF_en January 15, 2021 Find out more May 22, 2013 – Updated on January 20, 2016 Investigation must seek those behind attack on opposition journalist A trial of the alleged attackers of Lukpan Akhmedyarov (Лукпан Ахмедьяров), begun on 14 May, was scheduled to resume on 22 May in the special regional court of Uralsk, in northwest Kazakhstan. Attackers tried to kill the high-profile dissident journalist in front of his home on the night of 19 April 2012.The initial investigation of the crime was a “farce,” Reporters Without Borders said. “But the investigation has been conducted professionally since it was restarted about one year ago – at least so far. Procedural safeguards have been respected, and the planned nature of the attack and its connection with Akhmedyarov’s work have been recognized.”However, “It remains essential that the investigation go to the heart of the matter by discovering those who ordered this savage attack,” the press freedom organization said. “The new trial session must be completely transparent.”The first part of the trial was open to journalists. But, at the defendants’ request, the press was not allowed to photograph and film the session. Four individuals stand accused of the crime: Almaz Batyrkhairov and Manarbek Akbulatov, the alleged attackers; Askhat Tahkambetov, charged with having planned the attempt under the orders of an unknown party; and Mursalim Sultangereev, accused of having driven the attackers to the site of the murder attempt.All four were indicted for attempted murder under article 96-24 of the criminal code. They are also accused of violating article 235 by forming an organized crime group, an allegation they deny.Batyrkhairov and Akbulatov admitted having attacked the journalist at Takhambetov’s instigation. But they declared that they merely wanted to scare him, not to kill him. The driver confessed to having transported the men but denied knowing their intention. And the alleged organizer denied all connection to the case.Local police conducted the first investigation. That led to the arrest in May 2012 of suspects who were mere scapegoats. They were released after a special team of investigators was sent from the capital city of Astana. Akhmedyarov told Reporters Without Borders during an interview in Astana in January 2013 that the two alleged attackers were in fact the men who assaulted him. He said that he had every reason to trust in the new investigation. The journalist is demanding that the defendants pay a total of 10 million tenge (51,540 euros) in damages and interest. But he said he would withdraw that demand if they name the person behind the attack.Akhmedyarov reports for the local Uralskaya Nedelya daily. He won the 2012 Peter Mackler Award for Courageous and Ethical Journalism. In the attack at the centre of the current case, Akhmedyarov was stabbed repeatedly, shot with an air pistol and beaten on the head. He was hospitalized for one month and then underwent a long course of therapy.At the moment Akhmedyarov face demands for a total of 28 million tenge (144,300 euros) in legal proceedings prompted by his work. These were clear attempts to silence his journalism.Kazakhstan is ranked 160th of 179 countries in the latest Reporters Without Borders press freedom index.Photo by : Uralsweek Reporters prevented from covering Kazakh parliamentary elections News News October 30, 2020 Find out more KazakhstanEurope – Central Asia Organisation KazakhstanEurope – Central Asia News Follow the news on Kazakhstan Help by sharing this information
WhatsApp Contest to highlight heroes in the classroom Pinterest Facebook cinergy cup logo Cinergy Entertainment Group will celebrate local educators in May during Teacher Appreciation Week with the inception of Cinergy Heroes: a community initiative to recognize the best educators in the Midland, Odessa and Copperas Cove communities.The group is asking students, classes and parents to submit a short video highlighting what makes their teacher a marvel and a hero, a news release stated.Nominations will be accepted through April 30 online at www.cinergy.com/heroes. Cinergy will announce three finalists from each Cinergy market on May 7 and Cinergy fans can vote for their favorite finalists during Teacher Appreciation Week, May 7-11.The winning teacher from each Cinergy market will receive free Cinergy movies for a year and a $200 Target gift card. The winning classes will also receive Cinergy game cards and a special movie offer, the release stated.More Information Cinergy Heros. Local NewsEducation Facebook Pinterest Twitter Twitter By admin – April 18, 2018 WhatsApp Previous articleTEXAS VIEW: Free-range parenting should be choice of parentsNext articleSurvey shows 25% ponder dropping out admin
WhatsApp By News Highland – October 13, 2020 Important message for people attending LUH’s INR clinic Pinterest Twitter Homepage BannerNews Google+ The Finance Minister Paschal Donohoe is about to take to his feet in the Dáil to outline Budget 2021. It will be the biggest budget in the history of the state as the government borrows millions to meet the cost of COVID and Brexit.There are a few areas where people will notice a direct impact.Firstly income tax rates are not going to change either up or down in this budget.But there are a number of areas that will hit your pocket, namely around motoring.A 7.50 a tonne increase in carbon tax will hike the cost of fuel.Filling a tank of diesel will cost about 1.50 more, a tank of petrol 1.30.There will be 90c extra on a bag of coal, 20c on a bale of briquettes, and home heating oil is set to increase.This will be offset for the most vulnerable by increases in the living alone allowance and the fuel allowance.Changes to VRT will make buying a polluting car more expensive, and changes to motor tax will mean those with older or more polluting cars will end up paying somewhere between 10 and 50 euro more a year.Though 90% of people will not be impacted by the motor tax changes.Full time Third level students will all be given a 250 euro cash sum by the government to help them this year.And the cost of a pack of cigarettes will go up 50c, but alcohol will be left unchanged.In short if you smoke and drive a big, old car this budget will cost you.But the reality is that despite this being the largest budget in the history of the state, it won’t produce a massive change for most people.Something that emphasises the cost of just standing still in a COVID stricken world.You can watch Budget 2021 being announced live here:https://www.oireachtas.ie/en/oireachtas-tv/dail-eireann-live/ Harps come back to win in Waterford Facebook Twitter WhatsApp DL Debate – 24/05/21 RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR How to watch Budget 2021 live Facebook Journey home will be easier – Paul Hegarty News, Sport and Obituaries on Monday May 24th Previous articleCommunity Garda Slot on Tuesday October 13thNext articleKey points from Budget 2021 News Highland Pinterest Google+ Arranmore progress and potential flagged as population grows
Oxford University has defended itself against ‘sexism’ allegations in the national press, following its introduction of ‘take home’ exams for some history students.From Michaelmas 2017, history students will be able to replace one of their five finals papers with a exam which they will be able to sit at home.According to a document seen by The Sunday Times, the change was designed to help close the gender disparity in the awarding of firsts in history. Last year, 37 per cent of men achieved firsts in history compared to 32 per cent of women.The move was described as “so insulting” by the University of Liverpool’s Amanda Foreman. While recognising the good intentions of the decision, she said: “The reason why girls and boys perform differently in exams has nothing to do with the building they are in.”Several of Oxford’s own faculty members are said to have criticised the decision, raising concern at the increased risk of plagiarism, and seeing it as only a short-term solution to gender disparities in results.But the University has hit back at these claims of sexism, saying that broader considerations caused the change in exam regulations.A spokesperson told Cherwell: “Timed exams remain an important part of the course, testing skills to complement the other assessed elements.“This change is part of a broader goal of diversifying the history course in response to a number of factors, including the need to test a greater range of academic skills.“The gender gap was also a consideration in this change, although research shows that the causes of the gap are broad do not lie solely in methods of assessment.”It is reported that Cambridge University has also assessed the possibilities for changing their examination systems.