[East African] African governments have to invest at least $750 million annually over the next decade in interventions to eliminate malnutrition across the continent, where 56 million under the age of four are chronically undernourished while 13 million are acutely undernourished, the African Development Bank has said.
[East African] The purpose of peace talks is to engage your opponent across the negotiating table. But the Burundi government sees things differently and by picking and choosing whom it talks to, last Tuesday sank the latest mediation effort to resolve the country’s political crisis.
[Nation] Cord leader Raila Odinga on Saturday criticised new examination rules announced by the Education ministry as Deputy President William Ruto asked schools and boards of management to abide by the regulations.
[East African] Rwanda’s plan to completely phase out orphanages continues to face major challenges with more than 1,000 foster families needed to take in children still in institutions.
[This Day] The Confederation of African Football, CAF, has slammed a five-year ban on embattled Chris Giwa and four of his associates.
[Capital FM] Nairobi -As Atletico Madrid seek to make history this Saturday when they once again face their rivals Real Madrid in a Champions League Final, Heineken Kenya has set up exclusive VIP experiences for its Kenyan football fans to enjoy the game.
[East African] “In regard to each of the offence, with regard to terrorism, murder and attempted murder: Hussein Hassan Agade, Idris Magondu, Issa Ahmed Luyima, Habib Suleiman Njoroge and Mohammed Ali Mohammed are each sentenced to life imprisonment.
[Capital FM] Nairobi -Deputy President William Ruto has asked the Coalition for Reforms and Democracy to respect the constitution while calling for reforms within the Independent Electoral Boundaries Commission.
[This Day] With the second bombing of another oil pipeline near Warri, Delta State, in as many days, emergent militant group, the Niger Delta Avengers, announced on Friday that its strike force successfully blew up an oil trunk line belonging to the Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation (NNPC).
[This Day] The Nigerian Air Force (NAF) is sending 20 officers to the United Kingdom (UK) and South Africa for special training on combat operations aimed at sustaining the capacity of the military to deploy aerial forces to troubled parts of the country.