Ruto appointed champion for reforms in Africa

President William Ruto has been designated the African Union Champion for Reforms. He takes over from President Paul Kagame of Rwanda.The Assembly of the African Union heads of State and Government has bestowed on President Ruto the responsibility of providing political leadership and vision and completing the Comprehensive Institutional Reform

Buhari’s signature forged to withdraw $6.2m

Nigeria is searching three suspects who allegedly stole $6.2m from the central bank, after forging signature of President Buhari.Authorities believe that the three suspects conspired with Nigeria's former central bank chief Godwin Emefiele to carry out the offence. Mr Emefiele has since denied all the charges, and is currently out on

Kenya-Japan’s multi billion shillings agreement

Multi billion financial agreements, worth KSh350 billion, have been signed during President William Ruto’s visit to Japan.These agreements will support projects and programmes in sectors that are aimed at turning around the economic fortunes of the country.The largest projects to benefit are the Dongo Kundu Infrastructure Ecosystem and the Mombasa

Kenya and Poland in development partnership

Kenya and Poland have signed two MoUs on tax solidarity: agriculture and rural development. The two memoranda are to benefit their residents.President William Ruto said Kenya is enhancing its partnership with Poland in the agriculture and food security sector to bridge the gap in the demand for grains in the

Victor Osimhen set to part ways with Napoli

Victor Osimhen, whose remarkable contributions have played an important role in Napoli’s recent success, is poised to part ways with Napoli. From helping Napoli secure the 2022/2023 Scudetto to signing a contract extension until 2026, Osimhen’s journey is filled with highs and lows, leaving a lasting impact on the footballing

Navy seals bound for Yemen are presumed dead

Two US Navy Seals who went missing during an operation to seize weapons - bound for Yemen - are now presumed dead, the US military says.The incident took place on 11 January when commandos were boarding a ship off the coast of Somalia.According to media reports, one was swept away

IGAD asks Sudan’s warring parties to seek ceasefire

The Inter-Governmental Authority on Development (IGAD) Heads of State meeting has called on the warring parties in Sudan.The two warring parties have been urged to agree to a ceasefire, end the war and a face-to-face meeting between the two Generals.The 42nd Inter-Governmental Authority on Development Extraordinary Summit in Entebbe on

Iran’s twin blasts claim 73 lives, dozens injured

Twin deadly blasts claimed at least 73 lives, while more than 170 were injured on Wednesday. The incident is a suspected terrorist attack.The two blasts happened near the burial ground of Iran’s late commander, Qassem Soleimani, in the Southwestern province of Kerman, about 820 kilometers (510 miles) Southeast of the