Nigeria Can’t Borrow Anymore, Warns Adeosun

[This Day] The Minister of Finance, Mrs. Kemi Adeosun, Tuesday warned that the country must not borrow more to fund its budget and should instead raise money internally to fund the budget.

[This Day] The Minister of Finance, Mrs. Kemi Adeosun, Tuesday warned that the country must not borrow more to fund its budget and should instead raise money internally to fund the budget.

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria

Winyo, Nina Ogot to Perform At ‘Live and Unplugged’ Concert

[New Times] Kenyan husband-and-wife musical duo of Winyo and Nina Ogot arrive in Kigali this Thursday morning, ahead of their highly anticipated “Live and Unplugged” concert on Friday.

[New Times] Kenyan husband-and-wife musical duo of Winyo and Nina Ogot arrive in Kigali this Thursday morning, ahead of their highly anticipated "Live and Unplugged" concert on Friday.

source: AllAfrica News: Rwanda

Concert to Honor Legendary Musician Kamaliza

[New Times] Rwandan Diaspora Students are organising a concert to pay tribute to legendary singer Anonciata Utamuliza, who was known by her stage name Kamaliza. The concert is in recognition of her contribution to the Rwandan music industry and to nati…

[New Times] Rwandan Diaspora Students are organising a concert to pay tribute to legendary singer Anonciata Utamuliza, who was known by her stage name Kamaliza. The concert is in recognition of her contribution to the Rwandan music industry and to nation building in general.

source: AllAfrica News: Rwanda

Memories Live On Seven Years After Kyadondo Bomb Attack

[Monitor] Kampala -Seven years ago, 86 people were killed in suicide bombings at Kyadondo Rugby Club and Ethiopian Restaurant in Kabalagala. This was during the screening of the 2010 FIFA World Cup Final match at the two venues.

[Monitor] Kampala -Seven years ago, 86 people were killed in suicide bombings at Kyadondo Rugby Club and Ethiopian Restaurant in Kabalagala. This was during the screening of the 2010 FIFA World Cup Final match at the two venues.

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda

Starving Nigerian Refugees in Cameroon

[Daily Trust] A heart-rending story broke last week that over 200,000 Nigerian refugees are starving in neighbouring Cameroon, in addition to living in pathetic conditions without healthcare, food, accommodation or education for their children. The ref…

[Daily Trust] A heart-rending story broke last week that over 200,000 Nigerian refugees are starving in neighbouring Cameroon, in addition to living in pathetic conditions without healthcare, food, accommodation or education for their children. The refugees said the Federal Government of Nigeria has abandoned them while the host government could not meet up with the challenges of catering for them. The refugees also said they want to come back home no matter the situation in their communities so as to engage in economic

source: AllAfrica News: Cameroon

U.S.$1,4 Million to Compensate Farmers for Drought

[Monitor] Kampala -For the first time since the introduction of the Agriculture Insurance Consortium (AIC), farmers who were affected by drought will be compensated for their losses.

[Monitor] Kampala -For the first time since the introduction of the Agriculture Insurance Consortium (AIC), farmers who were affected by drought will be compensated for their losses.

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda

Lifting Presidential Age Limit – Why Uganda Just Can’t Stop

[Monitor] So, as long expected, the process of amending the Uganda Constitution to remove the 75-year age limit and allow President Yoweri Museveni to continue in office and stand for the nth time in 2021 is underway. Many people are angry, and of cour…

[Monitor] So, as long expected, the process of amending the Uganda Constitution to remove the 75-year age limit and allow President Yoweri Museveni to continue in office and stand for the nth time in 2021 is underway. Many people are angry, and of course, there are supporters of the move, especially in the ruling NRM party. But the fellows I love in this are those who are able to see the funny side to this, and crack jokes about it.

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda