Police Grill Baringo Speaker Over Banditry

[Nation] Baringo County Assembly Speaker William Kamket on Thursday recorded a statement at Kabarnet Police Station following claims he was supplying bandits in Tiaty with guns.

[Nation] Baringo County Assembly Speaker William Kamket on Thursday recorded a statement at Kabarnet Police Station following claims he was supplying bandits in Tiaty with guns.

source: AllAfrica News: Kenya

Trump Increases HIV/Aids Funding to Uganda

[Monitor] Kampala -The United States (US) government has increased its assistance to HIV treatment and prevention in Uganda by about Shs40 billion from last year’s $391(Shs1.41 trillion) to $402 million (Shs1.45trillion) this year.

[Monitor] Kampala -The United States (US) government has increased its assistance to HIV treatment and prevention in Uganda by about Shs40 billion from last year's $391(Shs1.41 trillion) to $402 million (Shs1.45trillion) this year.

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda

Muhando – I Have No Choice but to Move to Kenya

[Nation] “Utamu wa Yesu” hit maker Rose Muhando is in trouble. So much so that she is considering abandoning her motherland Tanzania for Kenya. She wants to move here for good in search of “peace and happiness”.

[Nation] "Utamu wa Yesu" hit maker Rose Muhando is in trouble. So much so that she is considering abandoning her motherland Tanzania for Kenya. She wants to move here for good in search of "peace and happiness".

source: AllAfrica News: Kenya

Hearing of Parliamentary Journalists’ Case Flops

[Monitor] Kampala -The hearing of a case in which Uganda Parliamentary Press Association (UPPA) petitioned court challenging a move by the House to block reporters without degrees from covering parliamentary proceedings with effect from May 2016, was y…

[Monitor] Kampala -The hearing of a case in which Uganda Parliamentary Press Association (UPPA) petitioned court challenging a move by the House to block reporters without degrees from covering parliamentary proceedings with effect from May 2016, was yesterday adjourned to October 20.

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda