Kenyans will look forward to Monday as a momentous day as they wait for the Supreme Court of Kenya to issue its decision about the results of the presidential election held on August 9. President-elect Dr. William Samoei Ruto and presidential candidate Raila Odinga of Azimio la Umoja will have their fates decided by the court.
All schools in Tanzania have re-opened after COVID-19 halted learning a few months ago. President John Pombe Magufuli started by re-opening of higher learning institutions and even form six candidates after he noting that COVID-19 cases had reduced. This Monday, June 29, both primary and secondary schools have resumed learning across the country. International organizations in Tanzania have since addressed the COVID-19 situation in Tanzania. Plan International Tanzania, which is part of a global child-centered
The president-elect William Samoei Ruto has got another reason to smile after the International Human Rights Foundation which is an international organization recognized that the Deputy President was elected in a clear and verifiable manner. The International Human Rights Foundation has further called on Kenyans to trust the constitutional electoral process and respect the rule of law.
An international organization identified as International Human Rights Foundation (IHRF) based in New York has now fired a a fierce attack against the former Azimio La Umoja presidential running mate, Martha Karua over her recent remarks. On Saturday evening, Karua informed that she's planning to file a case at the East African Court of Justice in pursuit of challenging the Supreme Court's decision to uphold President-elect William Ruto's victory.
Following a contract with the government of Seychelles, the Directorate of Criminal Investigations (DCI) has been recognized as an international crime-fighting organization. The agency's Forensic Ballistics Lab and Bomb Disposal & Hazardous Materials team were engaged to assist the island in solving a firearms case, according to a statement released on Monday, May 23.
The fallout between president Uhuru Kenyatta and his deputy William Ruto after the handshake in 2018 has become as a subject of discussion by an international body. International crisis group (ICG) has singled out president Uhuru Kenyatta's decision to support Raila as a person to succeed him as the main reason that has raised stakes in this year's general election.