US Funding Cutback Won’t Affect Healthcare – Minister

[Capital FM] Nairobi -Suspension of Sh2.1 billion in funding to the Ministry of Health will not impact life-saving services, Kenya and the US governments have sought to assure.

[Capital FM] Nairobi -Suspension of Sh2.1 billion in funding to the Ministry of Health will not impact life-saving services, Kenya and the US governments have sought to assure.

source: AllAfrica News: Kenya

US Health Funding Cutback Puts Scandal Back in Spotlight

[Nation] The Sh5 billion health scandal was on Tuesday thrust back into the limelight as the US government suspended financial support worth nearly Sh2.1 billion to the ministry due what it called corruption, weak accounting procedures and lack of acco…

[Nation] The Sh5 billion health scandal was on Tuesday thrust back into the limelight as the US government suspended financial support worth nearly Sh2.1 billion to the ministry due what it called corruption, weak accounting procedures and lack of accountability.

source: AllAfrica News: Kenya

Njogu Bah Acquitted

[The Point] Magistrate Janneh-Njie of the Banjul Magistrates’ Court on 3 May 2017 acquitted Njogu Bah, former secretary general and head of the civil service, who was charged with abuse of office.

[The Point] Magistrate Janneh-Njie of the Banjul Magistrates' Court on 3 May 2017 acquitted Njogu Bah, former secretary general and head of the civil service, who was charged with abuse of office.

source: AllAfrica News: Gambia

NIA 9 Trial – Witness Makes Startling Revelation

[The Point] One Dauda Ndure, the first prosecution witness, yesterday told the court that Ebrima Solo Sandeng corpse was removed and buried by Saihou Omar Jeng, Tamba Mansary, Babucarr Sallah and some boys from the Special Operation Unit at the Nationa…

[The Point] One Dauda Ndure, the first prosecution witness, yesterday told the court that Ebrima Solo Sandeng corpse was removed and buried by Saihou Omar Jeng, Tamba Mansary, Babucarr Sallah and some boys from the Special Operation Unit at the National Intelligence Agency (NIA) annex camp in the coastal village of Tanji.

source: AllAfrica News: Gambia