Mobile Clinic Provides Free Treatment for Monrovia Central Prison Inmates

[FrontPageAfrica] Monrovia -The Chief Executive Officer of Serene Health for all Mobile Clinic, Maima Dabah Quoi Pelham, has called for the availability of good health for prison inmates around the country.

[FrontPageAfrica] Monrovia -The Chief Executive Officer of Serene Health for all Mobile Clinic, Maima Dabah Quoi Pelham, has called for the availability of good health for prison inmates around the country.

source: AllAfrica News: Liberia

Vehicle Examiners in Court for Alleged Corruption, Fraud

[News24Wire] The arrest of four private vehicle examiners, set to appear in court on Thursday for fraud and corruption, has increased the tally of those nabbed for similar charges during the festive season to 28, the Road Traffic Management Corporation…

[News24Wire] The arrest of four private vehicle examiners, set to appear in court on Thursday for fraud and corruption, has increased the tally of those nabbed for similar charges during the festive season to 28, the Road Traffic Management Corporation (RTMC) said.

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa

Khama Shares Christmas

[Botswana Daily News] Gaborone -President Lt Gen. Dr Seretse Khama Ian Khama donated food baskets and Christmas hampers to residents of Old Naledi in Gaborone on December 27.

[Botswana Daily News] Gaborone -President Lt Gen. Dr Seretse Khama Ian Khama donated food baskets and Christmas hampers to residents of Old Naledi in Gaborone on December 27.

source: AllAfrica News: Botswana

Journalist Recounts Working Relationship With Fired Mulusa

Prime Television reporter Kalani Muchima has recounted how his friendship deteriorated after now fired National Planning Minster Lucky Mulusa was appointed Special Assistant for Project and Implementation to the President. Muchima has said that Mulusa was always at my work … Continued

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Prime Television reporter Kalani Muchima has recounted how his friendship deteriorated after now fired National Planning Minster Lucky Mulusa was appointed Special Assistant for Project and Implementation to the President. Muchima has said that Mulusa was always at my work place asking for coverage and advise which was offered to him at any time. He said he continued to invite Mulusa on programs and continued advising him of what to do to remain in public life as a politician. “Lucky could call me every now and then and never a day did I ignore his calls. “Luckily Lucky was appointed President Edgar Lungu’s Special assistant for project implementation i remember calling him to congratulate him over his appointment. Since then i never called him again. We then met at State House during President Edgar Lungu’s press conference, it was at that event were Lucky started lecturing me of how to report as a journalist,†Muchima recalled. He said according to Mulusa, Muchima was to controversial towards government stating that President Lungu was the best man ever to rule Zambia and advised support him through his works. “I asked him if he could say the same thing if he was fired or if he was not appointed in his position he never responded until today when he has actually been fired. Many times i attempted to call Mr. Mulusa but all the many times i ever called him he never picked any of my calls,†he added Muchima narrated “One day he [Mulusa] was officiating at an event at Intercontinental hotel and as he was leaving i went to greet him as he approached his car and his response was am rushing somewhere i will call you am still waiting for that call, Now that you are no longer Minister Will you now call me again? In case you are planning to use me please be reminded that am busy.†The post Journalist Recounts Working Relationship With Fired Mulusa appeared first on Zambia Reports.

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Why Did 90 Percent of Kenyan Students Fail Secondary Exams?

[VOA] Some Kenyan opposition lawmakers are calling on the government to investigate why 90 percent of the 600,000 students who took the 2017 secondary education exams failed. The minister of education, however, expressed satisfaction with the results.

[VOA] Some Kenyan opposition lawmakers are calling on the government to investigate why 90 percent of the 600,000 students who took the 2017 secondary education exams failed. The minister of education, however, expressed satisfaction with the results.

source: AllAfrica News: Kenya

2017 – New President, Old Problems With Terrorism, Drought

[VOA] In 2017, Somalia elected a new president as it battled severe drought and a resurgent al-Shabab. In October, the worst terror attack in the country’s history killed more than 500 people. Meanwhile, the U.S. military is ramping up its military ope…

[VOA] In 2017, Somalia elected a new president as it battled severe drought and a resurgent al-Shabab. In October, the worst terror attack in the country's history killed more than 500 people. Meanwhile, the U.S. military is ramping up its military operations as the African Union draws down its 10-year-old peacekeeping mission.

source: AllAfrica News: Somalia

Wife Arrested for Murder of Acclaimed Artist Walter Meyer

[News24Wire] The wife of acclaimed South African landscape artist Walter Meyer has been arrested in connection with his murder in Upington, Northern Cape police said on Thursday.

[News24Wire] The wife of acclaimed South African landscape artist Walter Meyer has been arrested in connection with his murder in Upington, Northern Cape police said on Thursday.

source: AllAfrica News: South Africa