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Wednesday, 16 January 2019

The killing in an attack on an upscale hotel compound, grieve in Nairobi, Kenya

The fact that Al Shabab still has the capacity to launch such an attack in Kenya deeply troubles me," says Innocent Owuor Ngare, a laywer and policy analyst in Nairobi.

Friday, 26 October 2018

The truth about false rape claims

    The idea that false rape allegations are a common occurrence is a “widely held misconception in broad swaths of society”, according to a 2010 study by researchers from the University of Massachusetts and Northeastern University.

Do me a favor, okay? Tell my parents that I fought well today. And tell them that I... that I... that I fought hard.

What you don’t know going in is that when you come out, you will be scarred for life. Whether you were in for a week, a month, or a year—even if you come home without a scratch—you are never, ever going to be the same.

42-year-old Tarun Jinaraj murdered his wife

    The Hunt The officials traced the number to a Bengaluru firm and inquired if they had an employee named Tarun Jinaraj but couldn’t find him.
 

PRESS RELEASE BY - THE CONCERNED KATANGEES ON THE STUDENT PROTEST AT THE KWAME NKRUMAH UNIVERSITY OF SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY

    The University’s Public Relations Officer, Kwame Yeboah has subsequently clarified to Accra-based Joy FM that, with the placement of female students in Katanga hall, the University felt that “morale” could disturb the peace; morale is therefore “one of the banned activities on campus”.
 

Statistics Lecturer Canes Students in Class

    While media reports have linked the disturbances to the decision of the university to convert the male halls into mixed halls, the students have said the Monday protest was about a culture of oppression.   

Wednesday, 24 October 2018

Africawatch - NPP Treading On “treacherous” Grounds…Plans To Influence Jean Mensa In 2020 Afoot

  
    According to the magazine, whiles it sees “nothing wrong” with improving and enhancing the accuracy of the electoral roll, any bid by the current administration to “undercut NDC strongholds” under the guise of the EC’s use of the Ghana Card as the “basis for a new voters’ roll” - because the