Kalonzo, Musalia, Wetangula – Why We Missed Odinga’s Swearing In

[Nairobi News] The three Nasa co-principals, who inexplicably missed the swearing in of Raila Odinga as the people’s ‘president’, have explained why they skipped the event.

[Nairobi News] The three Nasa co-principals, who inexplicably missed the swearing in of Raila Odinga as the people's 'president', have explained why they skipped the event.

source: AllAfrica News: Kenya

Kenya, Uganda Accused of Prolonging South Sudan War

[East African] Kenya and Uganda are aiding to prolong the four-year-old civil war in South Sudan by serving as conduits for arms to combatants, a United Nations official said on Monday.

[East African] Kenya and Uganda are aiding to prolong the four-year-old civil war in South Sudan by serving as conduits for arms to combatants, a United Nations official said on Monday.

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda

National Bank of Kenya to Lay Off 150 Employees Targeting Staff Over 35yrs

[Capital FM] Nairobi -National Bank of Kenya (NBK) targets to lay off 150 workers through a voluntary early retirement targeting staff over 35 years and who have worked at the bank for more than five years.

[Capital FM] Nairobi -National Bank of Kenya (NBK) targets to lay off 150 workers through a voluntary early retirement targeting staff over 35 years and who have worked at the bank for more than five years.

Uganda Replaces Isimba Hydopower Dam Engineering Firm

[East African] The Uganda government has hired French firm Artelia Eau & Environment to complete the supervision of construction works at one of its flagship hydropower dams, the 183MW Isimba at a cost of $4 million over the remaining seven months of the project.

[East African] The Uganda government has hired French firm Artelia Eau & Environment to complete the supervision of construction works at one of its flagship hydropower dams, the 183MW Isimba at a cost of $4 million over the remaining seven months of the project.

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda

World Bank’s Support to Nigeria, Others Hits U.S.$14 Billion

[This Day] Abuja -The World Bank Group yesterday disclosed that its support to fragile states, including Nigeria through the International Development Association (IDA) has doubled to more than $14 billion.

[This Day] Abuja -The World Bank Group yesterday disclosed that its support to fragile states, including Nigeria through the International Development Association (IDA) has doubled to more than $14 billion.

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria