Mogadishu Blasts Death Toll Rises to 38

[VOA] The death toll from two suicide car bomb blasts that ripped through the Somali capital of Mogadishu on Friday has risen to at least 38 people, according to government sources.

[VOA] The death toll from two suicide car bomb blasts that ripped through the Somali capital of Mogadishu on Friday has risen to at least 38 people, according to government sources.

source: AllAfrica News: Somalia

TRA Recovers U.S.$129,000 Unpaid Tax From Kabanga Inn Limited

[Daily News] Bukoba -THE Tanzania Revenue Authority (TRA), has recovered about 289.5m/- unpaid tax through public auction of properties owned by Kabanga Inn Limited, it has been revealed.

[Daily News] Bukoba -THE Tanzania Revenue Authority (TRA), has recovered about 289.5m/- unpaid tax through public auction of properties owned by Kabanga Inn Limited, it has been revealed.

source: AllAfrica News: Tanzania

State of Emergency in Nigeria’s Rail System

[Leadership] For decades, Nigeria’s railway system, developed by the British colonialists has been moving at a snail speed despite many promises and huge financial resources spent to revitalise it by successive governments.

[Leadership] For decades, Nigeria's railway system, developed by the British colonialists has been moving at a snail speed despite many promises and huge financial resources spent to revitalise it by successive governments.

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria

Pro Age-Limit MPs Are New Historicals – Museveni

[Monitor] President Museveni has applauded Members of Parliament (MPs) from the National Resistance Movement (NRM) who stood firm to support the passing of the Constitution Amendment Bill, 2017. Mr Museveni, speaking at a fete organized by NRM in celeb…

[Monitor] President Museveni has applauded Members of Parliament (MPs) from the National Resistance Movement (NRM) who stood firm to support the passing of the Constitution Amendment Bill, 2017. Mr Museveni, speaking at a fete organized by NRM in celebration of the passing of the controversial bill in, Kiboga District, said the MPs now form the new breed of 'party historicals'.

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda

Duale Defends Eurobond II, Says Kenya’s Debt Manageable

[Nation] National Assembly Majority Leader Aden Duale has said that the multi-billion shillings loan secured by the government on Thursday was factored in the 2017/2018 budget by the Treasury Cabinet Secretary.

[Nation] National Assembly Majority Leader Aden Duale has said that the multi-billion shillings loan secured by the government on Thursday was factored in the 2017/2018 budget by the Treasury Cabinet Secretary.

source: AllAfrica News: Kenya

Ugbor Gas Explosion – Panel Visits Scene of Incident, Hospitalised Victim

[This Day] The Justice Peter Isibor-led Administrative Panel of Inquiry on the February 4 Gas Explosion in Ugbor area, in Benin city, has visited the scene of the explosion, a gas station, on a fact-finding mission to unravel the cause of the fatal inc…

[This Day] The Justice Peter Isibor-led Administrative Panel of Inquiry on the February 4 Gas Explosion in Ugbor area, in Benin city, has visited the scene of the explosion, a gas station, on a fact-finding mission to unravel the cause of the fatal incident.

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria

Clergy’s View of Black Panther

[Monitor] The movie, Black Panther, premiered two weeks ago and it has been on every movie goer’s lips. It has had different interpretations. In Uganda’s case, it is because of one of the main actors whose parents are migrants from Uganda. However, for…

[Monitor] The movie, Black Panther, premiered two weeks ago and it has been on every movie goer's lips. It has had different interpretations. In Uganda's case, it is because of one of the main actors whose parents are migrants from Uganda. However, for Rev Canon Benjamin Twinamaani, a rector at Grace Episcopal Church in America, the movie has a spiritual connotation.

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda

Nigeria Fails to Protect Schools From Boko Haram’s Attacks

[Deutsche Welle] Nigerian forces have repeatedly failed to thwart Boko Haram’s attacks on schools. More than 100 girls were taken in a recent attack. Fear could prevent others from attending school, Adrian Kriesch reports from Dapchi.

[Deutsche Welle] Nigerian forces have repeatedly failed to thwart Boko Haram's attacks on schools. More than 100 girls were taken in a recent attack. Fear could prevent others from attending school, Adrian Kriesch reports from Dapchi.

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria