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Somali troops may have been drawn into Ethiopia’s civil war

The Mail & Guardian spoke to Somalis about their relatives who disappeared after signing up for military training and fear they may have been killed The post Somali troops may have been drawn into Ethiopia’s civil war appeared first on The Mail & Guardian.

Uganda: Kutesa Urges Ugandans to Move On Following Disputed Presidential Poll

[Monitor] Foreign affairs minister Sam Kutesa Wednesday urged all stakeholders in last week's presidential and parliamentary elections to move on following results announced by the Electoral Commission which showed President Museveni had won with almost 59 percent, beating 10 other candidates.

Africa: Joe Biden’s in-Tray for Africa As He Takes Power Today

[Nation] Africa may be looking up to Joe Biden and his Vice President Kamala Harris to right the wrongs of Donald Trump as the pair take power following a chaotic political season in the US.

Kenya: Covid – Health Ministry Reports 136 New Infections As Two Patients Succumb

[Nation] Health Cabinet Secretary Mutahi Kagwe confirmed on Wednesday that 136 more people tested positive for Covid-19 in the last 24 hours, bringing the cumulative confirmed cases to 99,444.

Kenya: Save Newly Refurbished Ngong Road From Rogue Matatu Drivers

[Nation] Walkway - The Nairobi City County traffic police boss should urgently act and save the newly refurbished Ngong Road from rogue matatu drivers shamelessly wrecking the beautiful walkways, Peter Kigo appeals. The worst section, he adds, is at Impala Club near Dagoretti Corner. "This matatu madness is impunity of the highest degree," laments Peter,…

Seychelles: Vaccinations in Seychelles Targeting Tourism Sector Then Rolling Out to General Public

[Seychelles News Agency] Most frontline medical and essential workers in Seychelles have received the COVID-19 vaccine and efforts will now move to tourism employees, said a top official.

East Africa: East African Countries Better Prepared, but Desert Locust Threat ‘Not Over’

[UN News] Action to control unprecedented desert locust infestations in the Horn of Africa last year has protected crops and livelihoods, but funding is needed to sustain operations against new incursions, the Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) said on Tuesday.

Uganda: Britain Whitewashes Uganda’s Stolen Election

[Daily Maverick] The UK government has effectively endorsed evidently unfair elections in Uganda, where both the opposition and media were subjected to violence and intimidation, to help Yoweri Museveni, a favoured authoritarian leader who has been in power for 34 years, to remain in office.

Kenya: Kenya Power Targets 55000 SME Customers With Smart Meters

[Capital FM] Kisumu -- Kenya Power has rolled out a smart metering project that will benefit 55,000 customers in the Small and Medium Enterprise sector across the country.

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Somali troops may have been drawn into Ethiopia’s civil war

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Uganda: Kutesa Urges Ugandans to Move On Following Disputed Presidential Poll

[Monitor] Foreign affairs minister Sam Kutesa Wednesday urged all stakeholders in last week's presidential and parliamentary elections to move on following results announced by the Electoral Commission which showed President Museveni had won with almost 59 percent, beating 10 other candidates.

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