Robbers Attack Ex-PS Rebecca Nabutola in Athi River

[Nation] Robbers early Monday morning raided the home of former Tourism Permanent Secretary Rebecca Nabutola, attacked her and her husband before making away with Sh370,000 worth of property.

[Nation] Robbers early Monday morning raided the home of former Tourism Permanent Secretary Rebecca Nabutola, attacked her and her husband before making away with Sh370,000 worth of property.

source: AllAfrica News: Kenya

Crisis Worsens As UN Mulls Monusco’s Mandate

[Deutsche Welle] The UN is considering reducing the number of peacekeeping troops (MONUSCO) in the DR Congo at a time when the nation is engulfed in crisis. The opposition is calling for ‘ghost town’ protests amid political uncertainty.

[Deutsche Welle] The UN is considering reducing the number of peacekeeping troops (MONUSCO) in the DR Congo at a time when the nation is engulfed in crisis. The opposition is calling for 'ghost town' protests amid political uncertainty.

source: AllAfrica News: Congo-Kinshasa

Uganda Vows to Keep Hunting for LRA Leader

[Deutsche Welle] The Ugandan army says the search for fugitive Lord’s Resistance Army warlord Joseph Kony will continue despite the US withdrawing its forces. Uganda’s military also hailed the surrender of a senior LRA commander.

[Deutsche Welle] The Ugandan army says the search for fugitive Lord's Resistance Army warlord Joseph Kony will continue despite the US withdrawing its forces. Uganda's military also hailed the surrender of a senior LRA commander.

source: AllAfrica News: Uganda

Good Academic Papers Useless, Say Frustrated Jobless Kenyans

[Nation] Kenyans are increasingly getting disillusioned with their genuine papers because they can’t find jobs, despite a government crackdown on those with fake certificates.

[Nation] Kenyans are increasingly getting disillusioned with their genuine papers because they can't find jobs, despite a government crackdown on those with fake certificates.

source: AllAfrica News: Kenya

Water Borne Diseases Ravage Communities

[Daily Trust] Health experts said unsafe water has a lot of health implications. Dr Seun Adeleke, a public health expert, said poor water supply is a major route for transmission of typhoid fever, cholera and other water borne diseases.

[Daily Trust] Health experts said unsafe water has a lot of health implications. Dr Seun Adeleke, a public health expert, said poor water supply is a major route for transmission of typhoid fever, cholera and other water borne diseases.

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria

Leave Joho Alone, I’ll Beat Him At the Ballot, Says Hassan Omar

[Nation] Mombasa Senator Hassan Omar has said Governor Hassan Joho should not be blocked from defending his seat in the August 8 elections on claims of forging his KCSE certificate.

[Nation] Mombasa Senator Hassan Omar has said Governor Hassan Joho should not be blocked from defending his seat in the August 8 elections on claims of forging his KCSE certificate.

source: AllAfrica News: Kenya

Nigeria Gets 500,000 Doses of Meningitis Vaccines to Combat Outbreak

[Premium Times] Then Minister of Health, Isaac Adewole, has assured Nigerians that the Federal Ministry of Health would check the scourge of meningitis ravaging some states.

[Premium Times] Then Minister of Health, Isaac Adewole, has assured Nigerians that the Federal Ministry of Health would check the scourge of meningitis ravaging some states.

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria

Boko Haram Top Member Surrenders – Army

[Premium Times] A high ranking member of the Boko Haram terrorist group, Bulama Kailani Mohammed Metele, has surrendered to 145 Task Force Battalion, 5 Brigade troops at Damasak.

[Premium Times] A high ranking member of the Boko Haram terrorist group, Bulama Kailani Mohammed Metele, has surrendered to 145 Task Force Battalion, 5 Brigade troops at Damasak.

source: AllAfrica News: Nigeria

Citizen Blames Judiciary For Political Instability

Political analyst Chris Zimba has charged that the Judiciary has contributed to heightening the political tension in the country by the delaying to resolve the political impasse arising from last year’s elections. Zimba says it is unfortunate that six months … Continued

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Political analyst Chris Zimba has charged that the Judiciary has contributed to heightening the political tension in the country by the delaying to resolve the political impasse arising from last year’s elections. Zimba says it is unfortunate that six months after the elections, the United Party for National Development (UPND) has refused to recognize President Edgar Lungu. He says it is important that the Court expedite hearing the UPND petition case before the High Court to help bring about political stability in the country. Zimba says it worrying to see political enmity continuing especially between the UPND and PF. Source QFM The post Citizen Blames Judiciary For Political Instability appeared first on Zambia Reports.

source: Zambia Reports

Dynamos Coach Sheds Tears

[The Herald] DYNAMOS coach Lloyd Mutasa shed tears as he battled to find answers as to why his new-look side lost their opening Castle Lager Premiership tie at the National Sports Stadium yesterday. In the end, Mutasa conceded that his boys had learnt …

[The Herald] DYNAMOS coach Lloyd Mutasa shed tears as he battled to find answers as to why his new-look side lost their opening Castle Lager Premiership tie at the National Sports Stadium yesterday. In the end, Mutasa conceded that his boys had learnt their lessons the hard way. Yesterday's defeat also marked the first time DeMbare have lost three straight league games to their Zvishavane rivals since FC Platinum came into the Premiership in 2011.

source: AllAfrica News: Zimbabwe