Cost of Repeat Election Soars to U.S.$134 Million

[Nation] The cost of the repeat presidential election set for October 26 has risen to Sh13.8 billion to finance improvements in the digital technology to be employed in the polls, as ordered by the Supreme Court when it nullified the August 8 poll.

[Nation] The cost of the repeat presidential election set for October 26 has risen to Sh13.8 billion to finance improvements in the digital technology to be employed in the polls, as ordered by the Supreme Court when it nullified the August 8 poll.

source: AllAfrica News: Kenya

No Guarantees Nigeria Will Beat Zambia, Says Moses

[This Day] Super Eagles and Chelsea star Victor Moses has said he cannot guarantee Nigeria will beat Zambia on Saturday because the crucial World Cup qualifier will be “tricky”.

[This Day] Super Eagles and Chelsea star Victor Moses has said he cannot guarantee Nigeria will beat Zambia on Saturday because the crucial World Cup qualifier will be "tricky".

source: AllAfrica News: Zambia

AK Investigating Molestation Claims in Keringet Camp

[Capital FM] Nairobi -Athletics Kenya (AK) says it is investigating complains of molestation of young girls at an unnamed training camp in Keringet, Nakuru County and have vowed action will be taken on anyone found culpable.

[Capital FM] Nairobi -Athletics Kenya (AK) says it is investigating complains of molestation of young girls at an unnamed training camp in Keringet, Nakuru County and have vowed action will be taken on anyone found culpable.

source: AllAfrica News: Kenya

MPs Fight Plan to Reduce Their Budget

[Nation] The Parliamentary Service Commission has opposed plans by the National Treasury to cut its budget by Sh9.2 billion to fund fresh presidential election on October 26 .

[Nation] The Parliamentary Service Commission has opposed plans by the National Treasury to cut its budget by Sh9.2 billion to fund fresh presidential election on October 26 .

source: AllAfrica News: Kenya

Students in New Drive to Fight Genocide Ideology in Schools

[New Times] Students from the University of Rwanda have formed an association called Imbonizarwo through which they intend to marshal efforts to uproot the genocide ideology in all its manifestations.

[New Times] Students from the University of Rwanda have formed an association called Imbonizarwo through which they intend to marshal efforts to uproot the genocide ideology in all its manifestations.

source: AllAfrica News: Rwanda