I Was Oppressed At Grandpa Records, Says Rapper Visita

[Nation] Former Grandpa vice-president, musician and producer Visita has revealed the reason he left the record label. He says he felt oppressed while at the Refigah-owned stable.

[Nation] Former Grandpa vice-president, musician and producer Visita has revealed the reason he left the record label. He says he felt oppressed while at the Refigah-owned stable.

source: AllAfrica News: Kenya

Kenyan Protest Songs Still Relevant Years Later

[Nation] When youthful politician John Kiarie took to the podium to deliver a keynote speech at a campaign event in February 2011, the audience at the Kenyatta International Convention Centre’s plenary hall wouldn’t have guessed what was coming.

[Nation] When youthful politician John Kiarie took to the podium to deliver a keynote speech at a campaign event in February 2011, the audience at the Kenyatta International Convention Centre's plenary hall wouldn't have guessed what was coming.

source: AllAfrica News: Kenya

Housegirl Rape Convict Off 30-Year in Jail Hook

[Daily News] The Court of Appeal has ordered the immediate release of Peter Kirumi, a resident of Arusha from prison, who had been sentenced to serve 30 years for raping his housegirl aged 16 years.

[Daily News] The Court of Appeal has ordered the immediate release of Peter Kirumi, a resident of Arusha from prison, who had been sentenced to serve 30 years for raping his housegirl aged 16 years.

source: AllAfrica News: Tanzania

Preps for Gas-Fired Firm Over Tax Liabilities Power Link to Coast Region Reach 87%

[Daily News] The Tanzania Electric Supply Company Limited (TANESCO) has said it has reached 87 per cent of preparations to connect 132KV of gas-fired power to envisaged new industries in Coast Region.

[Daily News] The Tanzania Electric Supply Company Limited (TANESCO) has said it has reached 87 per cent of preparations to connect 132KV of gas-fired power to envisaged new industries in Coast Region.

source: AllAfrica News: Tanzania

Port Harcourt Residents Hail Buhari Over Niger Delta Dialogue

[Guardian] Some residents of Port Harcourt have commended President Muhammadu Buhari for his recent meeting with Niger Delta stakeholders on how to resolve the crises in the region.

[Guardian] Some residents of Port Harcourt have commended President Muhammadu Buhari for his recent meeting with Niger Delta stakeholders on how to resolve the crises in the region.

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria

Conservationists Point to Human Activity As Big Threat to Wildlife

[Daily News] Conservationists have pointed out that increased human activities around Tarangire National Park and adjacent areas pose another alarming threat to the survival of the wildlife in the country.

[Daily News] Conservationists have pointed out that increased human activities around Tarangire National Park and adjacent areas pose another alarming threat to the survival of the wildlife in the country.

source: AllAfrica News: Tanzania

Oil Palm Dealer Commends CBN’s Anchor Borrower Scheme

[Guardian] Mr Owali Ilem, Chairman, Palm Oil Dealers Association, Cross River chapter, has commended the Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) for introducing the Anchor Borrowers scheme to boost agriculture in the country.

[Guardian] Mr Owali Ilem, Chairman, Palm Oil Dealers Association, Cross River chapter, has commended the Central Bank of Nigeria (CBN) for introducing the Anchor Borrowers scheme to boost agriculture in the country.

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria

Will Kenyan Stars Dazzle the Continent?

[Nation] As Africa’s biggest music acts converge in Lagos, a host of Kenyan artistes are looking to win hearts and be named Africa’s finest on Sunday night at the third edition of the All African Music Awards, AFRIMA.

[Nation] As Africa's biggest music acts converge in Lagos, a host of Kenyan artistes are looking to win hearts and be named Africa's finest on Sunday night at the third edition of the All African Music Awards, AFRIMA.

source: AllAfrica News: Kenya

Kogi Bans Cassava Flour Sale

[Daily Trust] Authorities of Adavi Local Government Area in Kogi have banned the sale and consumption of cassava flour brought into the area from neighbouring communities and states between Oct. 26 and Nov. 1.

[Daily Trust] Authorities of Adavi Local Government Area in Kogi have banned the sale and consumption of cassava flour brought into the area from neighbouring communities and states between Oct. 26 and Nov. 1.

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria