Accidents are inevitable and are part of daily lives as they may come unexpectedly eventually causing injuries or death. Keeping safety on all modes of transport is important in ensuring passengers reach their destinations safely. However, one pilot became lucky after officers rushed to save him from plane wreckage that had crashed.
President Uhuru Kenyatta Al Jazeera is one of the world's most popular media houses. The media has apologized to President Kenyatta following a blunder they made in one of their recent articles. In the article, they referred president Uhuru as Jomo Kenyatta who is his late father.
Few days ago, Kenyatta family found itself in a bad position after investigation journalists exposed secret offshore accounts, which they claimed to be stashed with money running into billions outside the country. Even before the issue settles down, another international media Al Jazeera has expose Uhuru and Moi families once again.
Pandora Exposè Aside, Details Emerge on How Moi's Family Siphoned Shs 143 Billion Out of The Country
Among the news that continues to make headlines is the expose by Pandora Papers,which revealed accounts worth billions of money stashed by Uhuru's family overseas. Even before the Pandora expose settles down, Al Jazeera has revealed Moi's family accounts secretly hidden outside the country.
A lady identified as Irene Wairimu Muturi is lucky to be alive. Sources say that Irene, who is 19 years old was raped for 2 weeks continuously and other inhuman things are done to her while working in Saudi Arabia. According to former Al Jazeera tv anchor, Nelson Muriuki, Irene comes from Thika and she is currently traumatized after the inhuman act.
As the media industry continues to grow both nationally and internationally, Kenya has continued to produce some of the best journalists and reporters who graced some of the world's top media houses. Over the years, we have seen various Kenyan reporters on the international media houses such as BBC, CNN, and Al Jazeera among others anchoring the news.
Sudan has been a nation under constant instability since the famous ousting of Omar Al-bashir back in 2018. The nation has never stabilized even after having an effective prime minister Abdalla Hamdok, who by every means tried to unify the nation until today. Today the military has gone as far as to arrest the prime minister and placing him under arrest.
Since September, much of Kenya's north has gotten less than 30% of typical rainfall, according to Al Jazeera, resulting in a severe drought in the region. The lack of rain has wreaked havoc on the region's wildlife and exacerbated food and water shortages, as well as putting pastoralist communities and livestock on the verge of extinction.
Al Jazeera Exposes Moi Family's Wealth, Reveals More of Kenyatta's Secrets And Plans Against DP Ruto
Even before the dust settles on Pandora Papers expose that revealed secret hidden accounts of President Uhuru Kenyatta's family abroad,Al Jazeera, another international media has revealed more details on how Moi family and that of President Uhuru Kenyatta's family vast wealth. According to Al Jazeera, reports indicate that President Moi's family have created a series of companies, secret trusts which they use to channel more than 1.3 billion US dollars to the 30 countries outside Kenya.
Sad news after 13 Military personnel is said to have died due to roadside bombs which exploded near a bus which was carrying military troops today. According to the reports, the 13 of the military personnel were in Syria's Damascus when the bombs exploded. "Two roadside bombs exploded near a bus carrying troops in Syria's Damascus early on Wednesday, killing at least 13 military personnel," tweeted Al Jazeera English.
(Photos) US Military Dogs Being Evacuated From Afghanistan As Some Afghans Struggle To Leave Country
American soldiers are busy at the Hamid Karzai International Airport in Kabul evacuating American citizens from the country. The airport has witnessed chaotic scenes with people storming the runway and holding onto American Air Force planes. There have also been videos circulating online of people who died after falling off planes which were already in the air.
After taking over the city of Kabul and the entire country, Taliban fighters started patrolling the streets after president Ashraf Ghani fled into hiding. Al-Jazeera reports that before the taking over, some residents of Kabul withdrew money from their bank accounts as they had to flee the chaotic country.
An 80-year-old woman has expressed interest in running for the Nairobi Woman Representative seat. Cecilia Mwangi, dubbed'shosh,' will run for the seat on under the United Democratic Alliance (UDA). On Tuesday, November 2, Mwangi who is the owner of Shosh Sound Systems, was welcomed by UDA Secretary General Veronica Maina at the party's Nairobi headquarters.
The Middle East, based media firm Aljazeera has been accused of being used by radical Islamists and terror-linked groups Muslim Brotherhood and Qatar -Turkey - Pakistan (QTPI) nexus to campaign against India. According to India's media station Sify. Al Jazeera and TRT had launched a Twitter hashtag #biycottindianproducts.
The 28-year-old man who slapped the French president has been sentenced to a four-month jail term. Confirming the news on Friday 11th June, Al Jazeera news noted that Damien Tarel had been sentenced to a prison term of 18 months, 14 of which were suspended after a court ruling on Thursday.
Eighteen people have been reported dead after fire tore through a martial arts training centre in China on Friday 25th June. Most of the victims were children who were staying within the center. According to reports by Al Jazeera, the center went a blaze at 19:00 GMT on Thursday and was later extinguished by fire fighters.
The Taliban had been ruling Afghanistan between 1996-2001,.During this time, the excluded women from work and teenage girls from school. Barely a month ago the Taliban's reemerged,causing most of the Afghanistan's to flee there country to seek refuge. This situation has caused hunger and poverty in the country.
Public schools in South Africa will remain open as Covid-19 curve rises. Education Minister Angie Motshekga on Saturday gave the statement amid concerns raised over the rising number of Covid-19 cases at schools. While giving an address to the media in Pretoria, Motshekga said about 100 schools have been disrupted due to outbreaks of Covid-19 infections. She added that the majority of schools that had to be closed were in Gauteng which is highly affected by the virus.
Uganda is currently hard hit with the Corona Virus. The country is tightening its COVID lockdown measures. This will try to stem a surge in infections in the East African country that is seeing an array of variants. These measures were announced late on Friday by President Yoweri Museveni after releasing a press statement.
Horrific videos out of Afghanistan show desperate citizens falling to their deaths as they try to cling to US planes leaving Kabul after the Taliban seized control of the country. In distressing videos posted on social media, hundreds of people crowd the tarmac while a US Air Force plane makes its way down the runway, with people jumping to try and hold on any way they can.