Nairobi’s Middle Class Is Broke and Fake, Here Is Why!

[Capital FM] I’m writing this piece from a downtown shop in Nairobi. What you would consider as the ‘armpits’ of the city. I’m in a small street known as Tiriki lane where the competing sound of music is deafening, the stench is insane, there are no pa…

[Capital FM] I'm writing this piece from a downtown shop in Nairobi. What you would consider as the 'armpits' of the city. I'm in a small street known as Tiriki lane where the competing sound of music is deafening, the stench is insane, there are no panoramic views that those who work in high rise buildings enjoy and the heat can as well put Mombasa to shame. You don't feel safe walking these sides because it has a demeanour of a war zone.

source: AllAfrica News: Kenya

The Skeletons in the Cupboard! Jammeh Has a Lot to Explain

[Foroyaa] The security forces are conducting their investigation but what has emerged so far is disturbing, to put it mildly. It is evident that gardens and firing range have been transformed into graveyards.

[Foroyaa] The security forces are conducting their investigation but what has emerged so far is disturbing, to put it mildly. It is evident that gardens and firing range have been transformed into graveyards.

source: AllAfrica News: Gambia

Families Mourn Death of Two Us/Gambian Citizens

[Foroyaa] The families of the late Gambian American citizens Mamut Ceesay(August 7, 1995) and Ebou Jobe (March 10, 1973) who were arrested by the former regime for reasons unknown mourned their dead at their family residence in Latrikunda. According to…

[Foroyaa] The families of the late Gambian American citizens Mamut Ceesay(August 7, 1995) and Ebou Jobe (March 10, 1973) who were arrested by the former regime for reasons unknown mourned their dead at their family residence in Latrikunda. According to the family, they organised the gathering to mourn the death of their loved ones who were confirmed by the police to be dead. The day was graced by the recitation of the Quran 8 times which was attended by more than 500 people including family members, relatives from S

source: AllAfrica News: Gambia

Lawyers Urge Court to Strike Out NIA 9 Case

[Foroyaa] Barrister C.E Mene, Attorney for Mr. Yankuba Badjie, the former Director General of the defunct NIA, has urged the High court presided over by Justice Kumba Sillah-Camara to strike out the case because due process of the law was not followed.

[Foroyaa] Barrister C.E Mene, Attorney for Mr. Yankuba Badjie, the former Director General of the defunct NIA, has urged the High court presided over by Justice Kumba Sillah-Camara to strike out the case because due process of the law was not followed.

source: AllAfrica News: Gambia

25-Year Kenya-Uganda Railway Deal Terminated

[East African] The Kenya Railways Corporation has terminated Rift Valley Railways’ (RVR) 25-year contract to run the Kenya-Uganda railway, casting dark clouds over the future of the private operator.

[East African] The Kenya Railways Corporation has terminated Rift Valley Railways' (RVR) 25-year contract to run the Kenya-Uganda railway, casting dark clouds over the future of the private operator.

source: AllAfrica News: Kenya