Mowzey Radio Tributes At Kololo

[Observer] On February 2, friends, fans and family of Mowzey Radio (RIP) gathered at Kololo ceremonial grouds to give him a musical vigil. Artistes struggled to replicate his songs, but Ykee Benda and Mr Lee from B2C Entertainment did his songs justice.

[Observer] On February 2, friends, fans and family of Mowzey Radio (RIP) gathered at Kololo ceremonial grouds to give him a musical vigil. Artistes struggled to replicate his songs, but Ykee Benda and Mr Lee from B2C Entertainment did his songs justice.

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda

Why Nairobians Are Unimpressed With Sonko’s Beautification Project

[Nairobi News] Nairobians have voiced their disapproval of Governor Mike Sonko’s beautification project which they feel will lead to loss of billions of shillings spent on a similar project by the previous administration.

[Nairobi News] Nairobians have voiced their disapproval of Governor Mike Sonko's beautification project which they feel will lead to loss of billions of shillings spent on a similar project by the previous administration.

source: AllAfrica News: Kenya

Police Officer in Githurai Brothers’ Killings Found Guilty of Murder

[Nairobi News] A police officer, whose arrest sparked protests and running battles between residents and law enforcers at Githurai 45 over the killing of two brothers has been convicted.

[Nairobi News] A police officer, whose arrest sparked protests and running battles between residents and law enforcers at Githurai 45 over the killing of two brothers has been convicted.

source: AllAfrica News: Kenya

Safety of Shipments Guaranteed As Dar Port Tightens Security

[Daily News] TRADERS using the Dar es Salaam Port for imports and exports should be rest assured on safety of their shipments, thanks to installation of Integrated Security System (ISS), training and recruitment of adequate and skilled security personn…

[Daily News] TRADERS using the Dar es Salaam Port for imports and exports should be rest assured on safety of their shipments, thanks to installation of Integrated Security System (ISS), training and recruitment of adequate and skilled security personnel at the harbour.

source: AllAfrica News: Tanzania

Examining The U.S.$3.55 Billion Pipeline Deal

[Independent (Kampala)] Kampala -Excitement filled Hotel Africana’s spacious Nile Hall on January17 as hundreds of local suppliers braced for details about the specifics of the $ 3.55 billion pipeline deal contained in the study about its engineering d…

[Independent (Kampala)] Kampala -Excitement filled Hotel Africana's spacious Nile Hall on January17 as hundreds of local suppliers braced for details about the specifics of the $ 3.55 billion pipeline deal contained in the study about its engineering designs.

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda

Mutati Wins Global Advocacy Award

In the heat of dealing with the country’s economic burden, Finance Minister Felix Mutati got a bit of respite by being awarded as the 2017 ACCA Advocacy Award winner for sib Saharan Africa. The Minister has since been entered in … Continued

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In the heat of dealing with the country’s economic burden, Finance Minister Felix Mutati got a bit of respite by being awarded as the 2017 ACCA Advocacy Award winner for sib Saharan Africa. The Minister has since been entered in the ACCA Global Advocacy Award hall of fame to be given to the overall winner in Scotland in March, 2018. Mutati has one of the toughest jobs in cabinet having to share the national cake amidst the inherent debt burden and the IMF recover plans negotiations. The award certificate was granted to the Minister at an event organised by ACCA Zambia on behalf of the ACCA Global Council. The post Mutati Wins Global Advocacy Award appeared first on Zambia Reports.

source: Zambia Reports

18 Feared Dead in Kebbi Boat Accident

[Leadership] No fewer than 18 people are feared dead in Shanga local government area of Kebbi State following the collision of two canoes carrying traders and their goods.

[Leadership] No fewer than 18 people are feared dead in Shanga local government area of Kebbi State following the collision of two canoes carrying traders and their goods.

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria