What Mowzey Radio Said About Love and Career

[Monitor] Mowzey Radio passed on last Thursday at 7am after spending ten days in coma at Case Hospital after sustaining head injuries through a brawl in Entebbe on January 22, this year. ISAAC SSEJJOMBWE compiles some of his statements about his love l…

[Monitor] Mowzey Radio passed on last Thursday at 7am after spending ten days in coma at Case Hospital after sustaining head injuries through a brawl in Entebbe on January 22, this year. ISAAC SSEJJOMBWE compiles some of his statements about his love life and music career.

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda

Plan to End Amnesty Programme – Relocate Oil Facilities, Ex-Militants Tell Govt

[Vanguard] Following reports of plans by the Federal Government to terminate the Presidential Amnesty Programme, PAP, in 2018, ex-militant leader, Chief Kingsley Muturu, has said the Federal Government should relocate oil facilities from Niger Delta be…

[Vanguard] Following reports of plans by the Federal Government to terminate the Presidential Amnesty Programme, PAP, in 2018, ex-militant leader, Chief Kingsley Muturu, has said the Federal Government should relocate oil facilities from Niger Delta before such a provocative move.

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria

Opposition Leader Mujuru Denies Pact With Grace Mugabe

[New Zimbabwe] National People’s Party (NPP) leader Joice Mujuru has reacted angrily to reports she has cobbled a pre-election pact that involves former President Robert Mugabe and his wife Grace.

[New Zimbabwe] National People's Party (NPP) leader Joice Mujuru has reacted angrily to reports she has cobbled a pre-election pact that involves former President Robert Mugabe and his wife Grace.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

UK Probes €15 Million Undeclared Property Linked to Saraki

[Premium Times] Transparency International UK has listed two London houses suspected to be owned by Nigeria’s Senate President, Bukola Saraki for investigation under Britain’s new law, Unexplained Wealth Orders, which became effective from January 31.

[Premium Times] Transparency International UK has listed two London houses suspected to be owned by Nigeria's Senate President, Bukola Saraki for investigation under Britain's new law, Unexplained Wealth Orders, which became effective from January 31.

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria

Mujuru Stoned After Meeting Mugabe

[New Zimbabwe] In what some say could explain the Thursday attack on Joice Mujuru, it has emerged that the former Vice President recently reconnected with ousted former president Robert Mugabe.

[New Zimbabwe] In what some say could explain the Thursday attack on Joice Mujuru, it has emerged that the former Vice President recently reconnected with ousted former president Robert Mugabe.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

TV Station Gag Enters Day 7

[Nation] The shutdown of NTV, Citizen and KTN enters day seven on Monday, with the Communications Authority showing no signs of obeying a court order directing it to allow the TV stations back on air.

[Nation] The shutdown of NTV, Citizen and KTN enters day seven on Monday, with the Communications Authority showing no signs of obeying a court order directing it to allow the TV stations back on air.

source: AllAfrica News: Kenya

Israel Issues Deportation Notices to Asylum Seekers

[Deutsche Welle] Israel has begun notifying African asylum seekers that they have two months to leave for an unnamed third country. Outrage over the plan has long simmered among liberal Israelis and international rights groups.

[Deutsche Welle] Israel has begun notifying African asylum seekers that they have two months to leave for an unnamed third country. Outrage over the plan has long simmered among liberal Israelis and international rights groups.

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda

500 Students Face Suspension for Boycotting Lectures

[Nation] Hundreds of engineering students at the University of Eldoret face expulsion after the institution warned them against skipping classes to protest lack of accreditation of their courses.

[Nation] Hundreds of engineering students at the University of Eldoret face expulsion after the institution warned them against skipping classes to protest lack of accreditation of their courses.

source: AllAfrica News: Kenya