Uganda wins Cecafa U20 championship

The Uganda U20 national team have emerged as the winners for the 2020 Cecafa U20 Championship. This comes after their 4-1 win against Tanzania at the Black Rhino Academy in Arusha on Wednesday. The Hippos got the goals from Richard Basangwa, Steven Sserwada, Ivan Bogere and Kenneth Semakula. Meanwhile, the immediate former champions scored their only goal via Abdul Suleiman.…

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Kenyatta sorry for Kenyan police brutality on individuals

Kenyatta sorry for Kenyan police brutality on individuals. Kenya’s leader on Wednesday apologized for the savagery distributed by police following the affirmation of an across the nation check-in time a week ago to control the spread of coronavirus. “I need to apologize to all Kenyans for… a few abundances that were led,” President Uhuru Kenyatta said in life communicate from…

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Uhuru Declares Saturday Prayer Day For Corona

Uhuru Declares Saturday Prayer Day For Corona.

Uhuru Declares Saturday Prayer Day For Corona. President Uhuru Kenyatta has announced Saturday a National Prayer Day, as the nation affirmed the fourth instance of coronavirus. However, the President, in an announcement on Tuesday, said the supplications be driven by strict pioneers at State House, Nairobi. As the nation looks for divine intercession during this troublesome time. “On that day,…

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Kenya, Somalia restores threats overpower

Kenya, Somalia restores threats overpower

Kenya, Somalia restores threats overpower. Kenyan President Uhuru Kenyatta has cautioned neighboring Somalia to stop activities esteemed as an infringement of its regional respectability and power, different news sources covered Wednesday. Kenyatta’s remarks came after he led a unique National Security Council meeting. However, the president is said to have asserted that activities of Somalia Army on second March 2020…

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Coronavirus: Kenya High Court suspends flights from China

Coronavirus: Kenya High Court suspends flights from China

Coronavirus: Kenya High Court suspends flights from China. The High Court in Kenya has suspended flights from China for 10 days due to the coronavirus. Equity James Makau gave the request after three bodies of evidence documented Friday against the Kenyan government. However, the candidates needed the court to banish voyagers from China and different coronavirus hotspots from entering the…

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Moi: The President who adored games

Moi: The President who adored games. On a specific morning mid-1996, at that point President Daniel Arap Moi got a call from the Confederation of African Football (CAF) supervisor Issa Hayatou; it wasn’t a call conveying great greetings. Hayatou was advising Moi that Kenya had been deprived of the privileges of facilitating the Africa Cup of Nations (AFCON) and the…

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Daniel Arap Moi bites the dust matured 95

Daniel Arap Moi bites the dust matured 95. Kenya’s longest-serving pioneer, Daniel Arap Moi, who brought security after autonomy, has kicked the bucket matured 95. Current President Uhuru Kenyatta said in an explanation that “our country and our mainland were gigantically honored” by Mr. Moi’s devotion and administration. However, Moi said he had spent “nearly his whole grown-up life serving…

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‘You’ll convey your own cross,’ Ruto tells derisive open officials

‘You’ll convey your own cross,’ Ruto tells derisive open officials. Appointee President William Ruto Sunday cautioned open authorities acting in disdain of court orders saying they will be considered exclusively responsible for their activities. Ruto said defiance of court orders was setting Kenya very nearly sliding into political agitation and exemption. “The slide to insurgency and exemption start the day…

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Kenya opens the second period of the railroad venture

Kenya opens the second period of the railroad venture. Kenya’s President Uhuru Kenyatta authoritatively opened on Wednesday the second period of his leader foundation venture: a Chinese-subsidized and constructed railroad that will in the long run connection the port of Mombasa to Uganda. The most recent stretch of track cost $1.5 billion and runs from Nairobi to the Rift Valley…

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South Africa, Kenya, and Nigeria are among the world’s most dangerous places to live

South Africa, Kenya, and Nigeria are among the world’s most dangerous places to live and work from, for expatriates. According to the latest survey, carried out by InterNations. South Africa and Nigeria were the worst-rated countries in the safety and security category, which covers personal safety and political stability. “For example, in South Africa, which ranks 64 out of 64…

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