Africa

Cameroon: Three GHS Manjo Students, One Biker Die In Crash.

By Ken Neba, Yaounde, Cameroon – Wednesday, November 27, 2019.  Government High School Manjo students with red bands. Three students of Government High School Manjo in Cameroon’s Moungo Division in the Littoral Region have perished in a road accident, Tuesday, November 26, 2019.  The accident occurred after a commercial bike rider who was transporting the students failed to slow down …

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Jebril Domenico Approved For National Telegraph’s Top Job In Somalia.

By Beltha Mokube – Washington DC, USA, Wednesday, November 27, 2019. Jebril Domenico is a journalist-turned researcher with the National Telegraph. His areas of interest include; Politics, Society and Governance in East Africa, Africa inter-state relations, emerging powers, security, democratization, and regional integration. He has published articles in local and international journals; public media, among other several works. The founding …

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Daniel Mwambonu Appointed National Telegraph’s Bureau Chief For Kenya.

By Beltha Mokube – Washington DC, USA, Wednesday, November 27, 2019. Daniel Mwambonu is appointed National Telegraph’s Bureau Chief for Kenya. Daniel Mwambonu, a multi-skilled writer in the East African country of Kenya has been confirmed National Telegraph’s Bureau Chief for Kenya. The founding Director and CEO of National Telegraph, Eric Tataw made this pronouncement early Wednesday, November 27, 2019. …

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NHRC Mounts Pressure On Gambia’s Authorities To Investigation Assault On Journalists Covering President’s Nationwide Tour.

By Patience Loum, Banjul, The Gambia – Wednesday, November 27, 2019. Chairperson of Gambia’s National Human Rights Commission, Emmanuel Joof. The National Human Rights Commission of The Gambia has called on authorities to investigate the attack on journalists which happened, Thursday, November 21, 2019, at the Janjanbureh – Lamin Koto ferry crossing point in Gambia’s Central River Division.  The abused include; three journalists from Kerr Fatou, The …

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Gambian Authorities Shortlist 14 Suspects Of Diplomatic Passport Fraud For Prosecution.

By Patience Loum, Banjul, The Gambia – Wednesday, November 27, 2019. 14 Suspects of alleged scandal of diplomatic passport fraud have been called out for prosecution by Gambia’s security agents, National Telegraph has confirmed. Ebrima Sankareh, government spokesperson made the statement over the weekend.  Sankareh said twenty (20) people were arrested in connection with the diplomatic passport scandal. He added that out of twenty suspects, 14 were …

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Gambia To Participate In 16-Day Activism Campaign Against Gender-Based Violence.

By Patience Loum, Banjul, The Gambia – Wednesday November 27, 2019. The Gambia, a West African country and a signatory to a convention that protects women and children from all forms of violence will participate in a 16-day activism campaign against gender-based violence. The United Nations Development Fund in partnership with Network against Gender-Based Violence (NGBV) will launch the 16-day activism campaign against all forms of sexual …

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Somalia Shift From Aid To Trade Offers Fresh Hope For Self-reliance.

By Jebril Domenico – Mogadishu, Somalia, Wednesday November 27, 2019. Somalia’s President Mohamed Abdullahi Mohamed. Somalia has a lot of economic potentials including mines, agriculture and commercial potentials for economic growth of the country, including underground treasures such as iron, gas, oil, copper and so on… Geographically, Somalia is known as the pearl of Indian Ocean, because of its strategic …

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Nine UAE Antelope Poachers Arrested In Hargeisa, Somalia.

By Jebril Domenico – Mogadishu, Somalia, Tuesday November 26, 2019. Regional police officers in Hargeisa arrested these poachers at Egal International Airport when they were trying to leave the airport on their way to the UAE. Nine foreign nationals from United Arab Emirates (UAE)  have been arrested and detained in Hargeisa, Tuesday November 26, 2019. Social media trail made it …

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AU High Representative For Infrastructure H.E Raila Odinga Congratulates Kenyan Marathon Champion.

By Daniel Mwambonu – Nairobi, Kenya, Tuesday November 26, 2019.  Eliud Kipchoge has been congratulated by the African Union High Representative for Infrastructure, Ambassador Raila Odinga after he won the World Male Athlete of 2019. The African Union High Representative for Infrastructure, who also served as the Prime Minister of Kenya from 2008 to 2013 and leader of the Opposition …

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Electioneering Fueling Tribalism, Regionalism, Creating Political Tension Among Parties And Dividing Somalia.

By Jebril Domenico – Mogadishu, Somalia, Tuesday November 26, 2019. Leaders of UPD, TAYO, & Himilo Qaran. Despite Somalia’s transition to Federal Government with six federal member States, political parties continue to stoke tensions along tribal, regional and party lines to gain supporters for the upcoming election. New commitments to create a reconciliation commission could be a source of hope …

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