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24 July 2020

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Former Tanzanian President, Benjamin Mkapa dies at 81

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Benjamin Mkapa, Tanzania’s former president, 81, has died early this morning at a hospital in Dar es Salam, as announced by President John Pombe Magufulu.   While relaying the news on Tanzania Broadcasting Corporation (TBC) July 24, President John Pombe Magufuli said Hon. Mkapa died at Dar es Salaam Hospital where he was admitted. He […]

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1 April 2020

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Ethiopia postpones August elections due to coronavirus

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The Electoral Comission in Ethiopia has postponed parliamentary and presidential elections scheduled for August due to the Coronavirus outbreak. The August polls had been seen as a key test of the reformist agenda of Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed in what was once one of the continent’s most repressive nations. Ethiopia has recorded 25 cases of […]

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19 March 2020

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Dennis Itumbi loses PSCU job as Post Rendered Redundant

Written by on 19 March 2020

The Government has scrapped five positions for Senior Directors at the Presidential Strategic Communications Unit (PSCU), effectively sending Dennis Itumbi and four other directors home. Itumbi was the Senior Director in charge of Digital, Innovation and Diaspora Communication at State House but lately, he tweets more in defense of the Deputy President William Ruto. On […]

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2 March 2020

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High Court stops Governor Sonko’s impeachment motion

Written by on 2 March 2020

Nairobi Governor Mike Sonko has received a temporary relief after the High Court stopped an impeachment motion against him. The motion filed by Makongeni member of County Assembly Peter Imwatok was set to come up for debate in the county assembly on Tuesday, March 3. Governor Sonko’s lawyer was happy with the ruling, saying that […]

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26 February 2020

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Sonko surrenders Nairobi to national government

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Nairobi Governor Mike Sonko has surrendered key county functions to the National Government, in the wake of corruption charges facing him. Witnessed by President Uhuru and Senate Speaker Ken Lusaka, Sonko and Devolution Cabinet Secretary Eugene Wamalwa signed an agreement at State House, handing over the crucial functions of Health, transport, public works and planning […]

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2 September 2019

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Daniel Teroitich Arap Moi was born in 2nd September 1925. He is Kenya’s 2nd President who served Kenya from 1978 to 2002. Through popular agitation and external pressures, he was forced to allow multiparty elections in 1991; he led his party, Kenya African National Union (KANU) to victory in the 1992 and 1997 elections. Prior […]

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23 August 2019

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Written by on 23 August 2019

Kiambu Governor, Ferdinand Waititu in a video gone viral, has confessed that Interior Cabinet Secretary, Fred Matiang’i is a man giving him a hard time. Waititu also pointed at nominated MP Maina Kamanda who is his political rival, is also giving him headache in Kiambu. Waititu who was having a light moment with the  Deputy […]

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15 August 2019

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On Wednesday 14th August, Kirinyaga Governor, Anne Waiguru, revealed that she was open to forming an alliance with ODM leader, Raila Odinga, speaking during KTN’s show, Point Blank. The leader disclosed that the region would back President Uhuru’s choice of a presidential candidate in the 2022 General Election. “If it is Raila, he should know […]

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11 August 2019

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Written by on 11 August 2019

Deputy President, William Ruto today openly tweeted that he does not support the Uhuru Raila Building Bridges Initiative. He also hit out on some of his allies like the National Assembly Majority Leader, Aden Duale for debating BBI and Punguza Mizigo. He although called for the Jubilee administration to focus on their manifesto and the […]

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