Victor Moses Signs New Chelsea Deal

[Vanguard] Victor Moses has today signed a new contract with the Blues. The 26-year-old has established himself as a regular in the side this season, playing an integral role in Chelsea’s pursuit of silverware under Antonio Conte.

[Vanguard] Victor Moses has today signed a new contract with the Blues. The 26-year-old has established himself as a regular in the side this season, playing an integral role in Chelsea's pursuit of silverware under Antonio Conte.

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria

Amakula International Film Fest Postponed

[Monitor] The curatorial team for the eleventh Amakula International Film Festival has decided to postpone the festival and re-open call for films. In a press statement sent to media by the fest’s head of programmes, Herman Kabubi, they anticipate to g…

[Monitor] The curatorial team for the eleventh Amakula International Film Festival has decided to postpone the festival and re-open call for films. In a press statement sent to media by the fest's head of programmes, Herman Kabubi, they anticipate to get more works than those they have so far received.

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda

Coca Cola Chasing Anfield Dream

[Monitor] Kampala -“You’re going to Anfield.” That was the bold statement from Coca Cola Beverages’ public affairs and communications’ director Harry Patrick Oyuru.

[Monitor] Kampala -"You're going to Anfield." That was the bold statement from Coca Cola Beverages' public affairs and communications' director Harry Patrick Oyuru.

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda

Why I Refused to Detonate My Explosive, Abducted Girl With Bomb Says

[Premium Times] A teenager, Amina Yusuf, paraded by the military on Wednesday in Maiduguri, said she failed to detonate her explosive because she did not subscribe to Boko Haram ideology.

[Premium Times] A teenager, Amina Yusuf, paraded by the military on Wednesday in Maiduguri, said she failed to detonate her explosive because she did not subscribe to Boko Haram ideology.

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria

Uganda-Rwanda Border Demarcation Resumes

[Monitor] Kabale -Technocrats from Rwanda and Uganda have resumed the process of erecting boundary pillars on the border stretching from Katuna in Kabale to Mirama Hills in Ntungamo District.

[Monitor] Kabale -Technocrats from Rwanda and Uganda have resumed the process of erecting boundary pillars on the border stretching from Katuna in Kabale to Mirama Hills in Ntungamo District.

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda