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Kiprotich Finishes Second At Hamburg Marathon In Germany

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KAMPALA. Stephen Kiprotich failed to beat eventual winner Tsegaye Mekonnen in the home stretch to settle for second place at the Hamburg Marathon in Germany today. Check also: Kiprotich Comfirms He’ll Run At Hamburg Marathon In Germany The Ugandan runner posted a time of two hours, seven minutes and 31 seconds after 42km to count for his third best time of ...

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Botswana Has Been Ranked The Most Attractive Economy For Investments Flowing InTo Africa


According to the index, Botswana is number one based on a range of factors which include an improved credit rating, current account ratio, import cover and ease of doing business. Check also: Nairobi Ranked Best City To Visit In 2017, According To UK Travel Publisher Commenting on the index, Mthuli Ncube, head of Quantum Global Research Lab, stated: “Despite considerable external ...

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31 Year Old Nigerian Hacker, Obinna Obioha, Admitted He Stole $6.5 Million From American Companies

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Obinna Obioha, 31, and a Nigerian hacker has pleaded guilty to wire fraud, and admitted to participating in a scheme to hack into computers and email accounts in the United States for the purpose of stealing money from American companies. Check also: Stop Interfering With U.S Election, American Hacker, Jester Warns Russia The announcement was made by United States Attorney Richard ...

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Kenya’s Economy Grew 5.8 Percent Last Year, According To Statistics

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NAIROBI  – Kenya’s economy grew 5.8 percent last year, just above 5.7 percent growth the previous year but still slightly short of forecasts, the statistics office said on Wednesday. Check also: Kenyan Government To Terminate Lazy Road Contractors Government officials in the East African nation, which holds a general election in August, initially estimated the economy to have expanded by 5.9 ...

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Why Uganda And US Have Stopped Hunting For Joseph Kony

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The Ugandan warlord was the subject of “Kony 2012,” an informational video produced by U.S.-based nongovernmental organization Invisible Children. The purpose of the video—which was viewed 100 million times in a week, the fastest YouTube video ever at the time to reach that figure—was to promote awareness that hoped to, eventually, lead to the capture of Kony and the end of his brutal Lord’s Resistance ...

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