Why Moses Kuria is wrong on Uhuru record

Why Moses Kuria is wrong on Uhuru record

Dominic Omondi “Today, a young child in Nyanza is four times more likely to die than a child in Central Province — even though they are equal in dignity and the eyes of God.” Moses Kuria, Gatundu South MP, whose remarks that President Uhuru Kenyatta is by-passing his Mt Kenya backyard in development, might as well be amused by…

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Dozen of Stranded migrants beg for help on high sea: …As European countries refuse to offer safe port of call

Spending two weeks at sea on board a rescue ship and battered by winter storms, stranded migrants are growing frustrated as European countries refuse to offer a safe port of call. Supplies on the rescue ship are dwindling and the crew are exhausted, according to a report by Reuters. The Sea-Watch 3, a vessel run by a German humanitarian…

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Tanzanian Speaker Bans Women Mps Using False Eyelashes, Finger Nails, Etc., From Entering Parliament.

Josephine Dalumo The Speaker of the National Assembly of Tanzania, Job Ndugai, has banned lawmakers in the country from entering the parliament with fake nails and eye lashes, according to the BBC. Speaking on the ban, the speaker said: “With the powers vested in me by the Constitution of the United Republic of Tanzania, I now ban all MPs…

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World Food Programme (WFP) reaches a record 5 million people in Democratic Republic of Congo

  Assistance was provided in the form of commodities and cash, and specially fortified foods for the treatment and prevention of acute malnutrition KINSHASA, Central African Republic, December 20, 2018/ — With widening violence, largescale displacement, poor harvests and endemic poverty nearly doubling the number of acutely food insecure people in DRC this year to 13.1 million, the World…

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