The current president of the republic of Zimbabwe. [Source Courtesy] That no vice president in Kenya has ever ascended to the top office in the land is now a cliche in Kenyan politics. As clock winds down on the 2022 general elections, the political detractors of the deputy president Dr William Ruto have been quick to remind him of that cliche.
Kenya should be extra careful with the novel coronavirus as two African countries have been bad hit by the new strand that came a as a second wave. This is following the partial opening of borders and air travel. If visitors coming into the country aren't well screened, then Kenya might as well fall victim. The Ministry of Health CS Mutahi Kagwe should look into incentives that will protect the nation against any second deadly wave. Photo: Courtesy According to President Emerson Mnangagwa, Zimbabwe is entering
Zimbabwe is known all over the world especially because of their late dictator President Robert Mugabe. The veteran President had ruled the country since independence and was on the verge of passing power to his wife before he was forcefully ejected from power. Many hoped his successor Emerson Mnangagwa will rejuvenate the already compromised economy from the Mugabe regime but things seem to be going back the old normal. According to news outlets from the Southern part of Africa, Zimbabwe national government
President Uhuru Kenyatta has joined other leaders and the the citizens of Zambia for a state send off of the first Zambian president, Kenneth Kaunda who died on 17th June. Upon landing at the southern Africa country, President Kenyatta signed a condolence book at an agricultural show ground in Lusaka where the function is taking place.
Today is a historic day in Uganda as President Yoweri Kaguta Museveni has been sworn in as the head of the state by the Chief Justice Mr. Alfonse Owiny Dollo at Entebbe State house.Museveni won presidential election that was held on 14th January this year after defeating his main opponent Robert Kyagulanyi popularly known as Bobi Wine of National Unity Platform (NUP).
Last week president John Pombe Magufuli made history in Tanzania elections. After he managed to gather a total of 84% of all votes that were casted. Beating his main opponent Tundu lissu who only managed to get a 13 % of the votes. That is 12.5 million for Magufuli and 1.9 million votes for Tundu lissu. However, Lissu didn't accept the results. As he termed them as illegitimate claiming that there were wide spread irregularities in voting process. This led to his arrest on Monday this week. As he was seen as
President Uhuru Kenyatta was among ten Heads of State who thronged at Kololo Independence Stadium for President Yoweri Kaguta Museveni's swearing-in for a 6th term.Photos Courtesy of the PPU.Apart from the Heads of State, the ceremony brought together important dignitaries, representatives from the business community, diplomats, and emissaries from foreign missions.
Tanzania's President Dr. John Magufuli today took the oath of office today in an official swearing-in ceremony at Jamhuri Stadium, Dodoma. Dr. Magufuli along with the Vice President, Samia Suluhu Hassan were ,sworn-in in the presence of the Tanzanian citizens. President Kenyatta wars represented by cs Adana Mohammed. President Magufuli won with a landslide in the highly criticised October 28 election. The event was attended by Presidents Museveni of Uganda and Emerson Mnangagwa of Zimbabwe as the Majority of
Renowned lawyer and Pan Africanist PLO Lumumba making a speech at a past function. Source/ Courtesy Renowned lawyer and avowed Pan Africanist PLO Lumumba has weighed in on the political crisis in Zimbabwe. Speaking in a video shared on his social media platforms, the former Ethics and Anti-corruption Commission tzar expressed deep concern about the state of play in the Southern African County. He called on the troubled nation's head of state President Emerson Mnangagwa to act like a statesman. The University
Recently the world saw how people were brutalised by police officers in Zimbabwe after protesting for the bad economic conditions in the country. This led to a campaign dubbed "Zimbabwe Lives Matter" as human rights were being violated by the government. Seems the church have heard the cry of the people and today the Catholic bishops came out to speak through a letter addressing the government. The conference of Catholic Bishops highlighted how corruption and abuse of power has griped the country to alarming