[Nairobi News] President Uhuru Kenyatta returned to the country under the cover of darkness on Sunday amid public uproar over hiked tax on fuel products.
[Vanguard] The ‘madwoman’ who was arrested on Monday with decomposing corpses and other human parts under Cele Nicer Bridge in Ijanikin, Ojo area of Lagos State, has said she, at times, posed as a sex worker to get victims for her human parts business, which she has been operating for nine years.
[Thomson Reuters Foundation] Nairobi -About two-fifths of Kenya’s 46 million people rely on unclean water sources
[Nation] Oil trucking from Turkana to Mombasa resumed on Thursday after a two-month standoff brought about by protests by locals demanding jobs and enhanced security in the region.
[News24Wire] Economic Freedom Fighters members in Gauteng have opened a criminal case against k-word holidaymaker Adam Catzavelos, saying that they want him behind bars for racism.
[The Herald] MDC Alliance principal Tendai Biti, who is facing charges of inciting violence, was yesterday back in court challenging the jurisdiction of the court to hear his matter considering the circumstances surrounding his arrest and return to Zimbabwe.
[The Herald] Police Commissioner-General Godwin Matanga has warned that all officers who don’t report for duty starting from Wednesday next week will be summarily dismissed.
[AIM] Maputo -The Mozambican government has ordered the suspension of a tender launched by the South African petro-chemical giant Sasol, because it prioritised foreign companies, according to a report carried by the independent television station STV.
[East African] Kenya has set a target of drilling over 200 more oil production wells that will pour forth up to 80,000 barrels of crude per day as the government eyes early petrodollars.
[Nairobi News] A crackdown by Nairobi City County Alcoholic Control and Licensing Board has unearthed a tax evasion racket by dealers faking the standardization mark of quality by Kenya Bureau of Standards.