Another Blow as Muguna Ruled Out of Cecafa

[Capital FM] Nairobi -Gor Mahia midfielder Kenneth Muguna has been ruled out of the upcoming CECAFA Senior Challenge Cup after picking a thigh injury, five days to the regional tournament scheduled to kick-off on Sunday.

[Capital FM] Nairobi -Gor Mahia midfielder Kenneth Muguna has been ruled out of the upcoming CECAFA Senior Challenge Cup after picking a thigh injury, five days to the regional tournament scheduled to kick-off on Sunday.

source: AllAfrica News: Kenya

600 Police Officers Briefed Ahead of CAR, S.Sudan Deployment

[New Times] Rwanda National Police (RNP) today starts a three-day deployment of four contingents of 660 officers to Central African Republic and South Sudan in a rotational exercise that will replace the same number in the two peacekeeping missions.

[New Times] Rwanda National Police (RNP) today starts a three-day deployment of four contingents of 660 officers to Central African Republic and South Sudan in a rotational exercise that will replace the same number in the two peacekeeping missions.

source: AllAfrica News: South Sudan

Why Judges From 12 States Will Not Be Named for Appeal Court – Council

[Premium Times] Judges from 12 states in Nigeria will not be appointed to the Court of Appeal in the ongoing process, the National Judicial Council, NJC, has said.

[Premium Times] Judges from 12 states in Nigeria will not be appointed to the Court of Appeal in the ongoing process, the National Judicial Council, NJC, has said.

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria

President Buhari Ordered Attorney-General to Meet With Me – Maina

[Premium Times] The embattled former chairman of the Presidential Pension Task Team, Abdulrasheed Maina, on Tuesday said his reinstatement started with a meeting with the Minister of Justice and Attorney-General of the Federation, Abubakar Malami, as o…

[Premium Times] The embattled former chairman of the Presidential Pension Task Team, Abdulrasheed Maina, on Tuesday said his reinstatement started with a meeting with the Minister of Justice and Attorney-General of the Federation, Abubakar Malami, as ordered by President Muhammadu Buhari.

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria

President Announces Amnesty for Return of Cash From Abroad

[The Herald] President Emmerson Mnangagwa has granted a three-month moratorium within which individuals and corporates that externalised money and assets are expected to bring them back.

[The Herald] President Emmerson Mnangagwa has granted a three-month moratorium within which individuals and corporates that externalised money and assets are expected to bring them back.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Grace Mugabe Captured Zanu-PF After 2013 Elections – Chinamasa

[New Zimbabwe] Mutare -Zanu PF national Secretary for Legal Affairs Patrick Chinamasa said former First Lady Grace Mugabe captured the party’s structures way back just after the 2013 harmonized elections.

[New Zimbabwe] Mutare -Zanu PF national Secretary for Legal Affairs Patrick Chinamasa said former First Lady Grace Mugabe captured the party's structures way back just after the 2013 harmonized elections.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe

Letter: Zambia’s Future Bright In Hichilema’s Hands

I call upon all well-meaning Zambians to guard our country jealously and make sure we put it in the safe hands it deserves and belongs….. The greatest mistake UPND would make ahead of elections is to change the president and … Continued

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I call upon all well-meaning Zambians to guard our country jealously and make sure we put it in the safe hands it deserves and belongs….. The greatest mistake UPND would make ahead of elections is to change the president and his vice at the forthcoming convention….. That would mean NDC or PF regardless of whoever candidates they field as president in 2021, will win and Zambians would still continue to suffer, now even worse especially under the PF. UPND and all Zambians should this time around not allow themselves to be misguided/misled by the evil one. Zambia’s sweet and bright future is nowhere far from being archived as long as we unite… We are just delaying the process and solution ourselves… The solution is from God himself through president HH and his team. Look how president HH has won confidence not only from UPND, not only from Zambians, not only from Africans, but the world as a whole!! What more do we need to see for us prove or be believe that the man is a rare asset to have and that he is equal to task??? If we are being driven by the evil one, please let us kneel down and pray that God changes our hearts that are full of hatred, jealousy, tribalism, etc, so that we all have one spirit of oneness. Once we do that, we will be able to put a capable man in statehouse and trust me, God will open the heavens and sprinkle showers of blessings to every corner of our beloved country. God gives what we ask for….. But remember, not everything we ask for has blessings from above. God can give you a snake if you ask for it so that when it bites you, you can learn on your own that it was wrong to have asked for it in the first place, and that you learn to ask for a better thing next time. Open your eyes Zambians…… The devil hates what is good hence confusing you so that you fail to see goodness in president HH The devil has so many ways/tactics of ruining and destabilizing people’s minds to deprive them from what is good for them and shatter their only good hopes. I am not going to sleep until all Zambians open their eyes. May I take this opportunity to thank you all for leading me your listening eyes. Together we can move mountains. May God bless you. Honourable Bruce B Bwalya. The post Letter: Zambia’s Future Bright In Hichilema’s Hands appeared first on Zambia Reports.

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UPND On The Copperbelt Declare Hichilema Sole Candidate For 2021

The United Party for National Development (UPND) on the Copperbelt has announced its endorsement of party president Hakainde Hichilema and his running mate Geoffrey Bwalya Mwamba as the only candidates for the top positions at the Congress. Hichilema and Mwamba, … Continued

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The United Party for National Development (UPND) on the Copperbelt has announced its endorsement of party president Hakainde Hichilema and his running mate Geoffrey Bwalya Mwamba as the only candidates for the top positions at the Congress. Hichilema and Mwamba, commonly known as GBM, are expected to take the UPND to the 2021 general elections. Copperbelt Provincial chairman Elisha Matambo says the party on the Copperbelt had no other person, but Hichilema to endorse as the sole presidential candidate. UPND is expected to hold its Congress at which all positions will be subjected to elections early next year. “The Party here on the Copperbelt has endorsed you [Hichilema] as the sole candidate for president at the Party Congress. All other positions are open for contest except yours and that of your running mate GBM,” said Matambo at the UPND card renewal exercise held in Kitwe on Sunday. Matambo has since called for unity in the party at all levels and encouraged members to intensify mobilization at grassroot level. He said urged old and new members to tag along as victory is only guaranteed when united. Meanwhile, UPND Mufulira District secretary Godfrey Kamangu has urged the other nine provinces in the country to emulate the Copperbelt in endorsing Hichilema as the sole presidential candidate at the forthcoming congress and eventually the general elections. The post UPND On The Copperbelt Declare Hichilema Sole Candidate For 2021 appeared first on Zambia Reports.

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NGO Rescues 18-Year-Old From Abusive Partner

Musokotwane Compassion Mission Zambia (MCMZ) has rescued an 18-year-old Sinazeze woman from an abusive partner. The orgnaisations says the lady is from Sinazeze village in Sinazongwe district. According to a statement, Musokotwane Compassion executive director Genious Musokotwane states that the … Continued

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Musokotwane Compassion Mission Zambia (MCMZ) has rescued an 18-year-old Sinazeze woman from an abusive partner. The orgnaisations says the lady is from Sinazeze village in Sinazongwe district. According to a statement, Musokotwane Compassion executive director Genious Musokotwane states that the lady was physically abused thereby suffered emotional and mental trauma after being in marriage for over one year. Musokotwane says plans to enroll the young lady in school are now in the pipeline. He commended members of the public in Sinazeze village for rising against early child marriage and violence against women. “We are committed as an organization to supporting these girls and provide them with a platform that enables them to survive, thrive and contribute to their personal and national development,” said Musokotwane He also disclosed that the organization is handling a rare case of a 15-year-old boy who is a victim of exploitation in Chief Chooma’s chiefdom in Choma distinct. “MCMZ is also handling a case of a 15-year-old boy who is a survivor of exploitation. This boy has not only suffered exploitation but also was at risk of early child marriages,” Musokotwane added. “We believe boys too deserve the similar aid we are providing the girl child. We have plans to also empower this boy but it will be outside the organization facility.” And His Royal Highness Chief Chooma has commended Musokotwane Compassion Mission Zambia for its strides to end early child marriages in his chiefdom. “Continue to help our chiefdom’s children, they are a lot of cases here and we are leaving no child marriage case unreported,” the traditional leader said. Chief Chooma has been instrumental in the organization’s effort to end child marriages rescuing 16 girls in 2017 alone. Zambia is currently observing 16 days of activism against gender based violence. The post NGO Rescues 18-Year-Old From Abusive Partner appeared first on Zambia Reports.

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