[Leadership] The federal government has dismissed insinuations that it is planning on baning night life in the federal capital territory.
[Vanguard] The Vice-President, Prof. Yemi Osinbajo has Commissioned a number of projects in the State built by Governor Rochas Okorocha, Congratulating the people of the State for the great achievements of the governor.
[Capital FM] Nairobi -Deputy President William Ruto now says any constitutional changes made should be geared towards benefiting Kenyans and not to favour politicians to get power and positions in government.
[East African] Kenyan treasury officials quietly flew out to Europe and the United States to drum up support for a new $2.5 billion Eurobond–the country’s third in five years.
[East African] East Africa’s finance ministers are walking a tightrope in their quest to finance recurrent government operations and keep major infrastructure projects on course amid falling tax revenues that have weakened key debt sustainability indicators.
[Nation] Activist-cum-politician Boniface Mwangi has been released from police cells.
[African Arguments] Sudan’s former president was central to South Sudan’s latest peace process.
[The Conversation Africa] This is an edited extract from a chapter in the recently published The state of the nation: poverty & inequality: diagnosis, prognosis and responses.
[Capital FM] Nairobi -All government security forces have been mobilized to join in the search for two Cuban doctors abducted from Mandera on Friday morning and taken to Somalia–raising fresh security concerns in the volatile region.
ALTHOUGH IT IS guarded by high walls and a thick metal door, a nightclub in Kano hardly bothers to conceal its existence. Disco lights flash out on the surrounding streets. Pop music is pumped carelessly into the night air.