Constitutional Provisions on Citizenship During Transitions Pose Challenges

[Capital FM] The Miguna Miguna deportation incident has undoubtedly brought to the fore the need to reflect on the citizenship regime introduced by the 2010 constitution and the enabling regulatory framework embodied in the Kenya Citizenship and Immigr…

[Capital FM] The Miguna Miguna deportation incident has undoubtedly brought to the fore the need to reflect on the citizenship regime introduced by the 2010 constitution and the enabling regulatory framework embodied in the Kenya Citizenship and Immigration Act (2011).

source: AllAfrica News: Kenya

U.S.$90-Million Oil Project Sinks

[Swazi Media] A E900 million (US$90 million) oil contract that was awarded without being tendered has been cancelled by the Swaziland Government after more than four years.

[Swazi Media] A E900 million (US$90 million) oil contract that was awarded without being tendered has been cancelled by the Swaziland Government after more than four years.

source: AllAfrica News: Swaziland

200,000 Pupils Fail to Proceed With Secondary Education

[Nation] More than 200,000 pupils who sat their Kenya Certificate of Primary Education (KCPE) examination last year have not taken their slots in secondary schools despite the introduction of free day school learning by the government.

[Nation] More than 200,000 pupils who sat their Kenya Certificate of Primary Education (KCPE) examination last year have not taken their slots in secondary schools despite the introduction of free day school learning by the government.

source: AllAfrica News: Kenya

Nasa Claims Plot to Oust Judiciary Boss David Maraga

[Nation] The National Super Alliance (Nasa) on Thursday accused the Jubilee government of plotting to remove Chief Justice David Maraga from office in a bid to weaken the Judiciary.

[Nation] The National Super Alliance (Nasa) on Thursday accused the Jubilee government of plotting to remove Chief Justice David Maraga from office in a bid to weaken the Judiciary.

source: AllAfrica News: Kenya

In the NIA 9 Trial – Court Warns Audience to Respect the Law

[Foroyaa] The Banjul High Court presided over by Justice Kumba Sillah-Camara, on Tuesday, warned the audience that they should be law abiding and respectful to the dictates of the law; that any person caught acting otherwise towards the accused persons…

[Foroyaa] The Banjul High Court presided over by Justice Kumba Sillah-Camara, on Tuesday, warned the audience that they should be law abiding and respectful to the dictates of the law; that any person caught acting otherwise towards the accused persons, will face the full force of the law.

source: AllAfrica News: Gambia

Was the IEC Consulted Before Chairpersonship Election Was Re-Introduced?

[Foroyaa] Three months before the holding of local government elections, the councils are dissolved and management committees appointed to run them. This law is definitely undemocratic and should have been reviewed.

[Foroyaa] Three months before the holding of local government elections, the councils are dissolved and management committees appointed to run them. This law is definitely undemocratic and should have been reviewed.

source: AllAfrica News: Gambia

‘Road Accident Leaves Five People Injured’ – Police PRO

[Foroyaa] Police PRO Superintendent David Kujabi, has confirmed that 5 people were injured in an accident which occurred on the Banjul Serre Kunda highway on Wednesday 7th January 2018.

[Foroyaa] Police PRO Superintendent David Kujabi, has confirmed that 5 people were injured in an accident which occurred on the Banjul Serre Kunda highway on Wednesday 7th January 2018.

source: AllAfrica News: Gambia

Ex-IGP’s Case Suffers Set Back

[Foroyaa] The land case involving the former Inspector General of Police Ensa ‘Jesus’ Badjie and Banta Jaiteh, Ensa NK Badgie, Pa Ousman Bojang, on Monday failed to proceed at the Banjul Magistrates Court due to the lateness of the prosecution team.

[Foroyaa] The land case involving the former Inspector General of Police Ensa 'Jesus' Badjie and Banta Jaiteh, Ensa NK Badgie, Pa Ousman Bojang, on Monday failed to proceed at the Banjul Magistrates Court due to the lateness of the prosecution team.

source: AllAfrica News: Gambia