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Am Excited To Be Back In Zimbabwe After 30 Years – President Museveni

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Uganda’s president, Yoweri Kaguta Museveni said he’s pleased to be back in Zimbabwe, having been there first in 1980 at their independence ceremony where they marked another victory in the struggle against colonialism on the continent of Africa. The next time was in 1989 when Uganda was also just freshly resurrected from a nightmare. Indeed, the struggle for Zimbabwe, like ...

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Uganda Among 22 African Countries With Bad Press Freedom Records

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Uganda is among the twenty-two countries in Africa with press restrictions, according to the new Global press freedom index. The reports states that the intimidating acts and violence against journalists are becoming rampant in Uganda and pointed out security agencies as the top press freedom violators. Check also: Uganda Media Women Association (UMWA) Criticizes Torture Of Male Journalists Any condemnation of ...

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Death Toll In Sri Lanka Bomb Blasts Rises To 290

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The tranquil of Easter Sunday was disorganized by horrible bombings that left at least 290 people dead in Sri Lankan Hotels and Churches. Check also: 47 People Killed In Church Bombings Targeting Christians On Palm Sunday Although it’s not yet known who exactly is behind the 8 explosions that forced this island country in South Asia to go in the state ...

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Omar Al-Bashir Steps Down After Continuous Protests

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The president of Sudan, Omar Al-bashir finally steps down after continuous protests across the country, according to the State news media. The military is expected to make a crucial announcement later today. Check also: More 27 People Shot Dead In The Ongoing Demonstrations In Sudan Sudan’s army has surrounded the presidential palace In the capital city Khartoum following over three months ...

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African Countries Need To Complement Each Other – Uhuru Kenyatta

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President Uhuru Kenyatta has said African countries need to complement each other so as to build strong economies which their citizens can utilise to create wealth so as to come out of poverty. Speaking when he bade farewell to the outgoing South African High Commissioner to Kenya Ambassador Koleka Anita Mqulwana, President Kenyatta said complementing each other would go a ...

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