Congelese opposition leader succumbs to covid-19 a day after general elections

Kolelas Guy Brice during a campaign rally The Republic of Congo's opposition presidential candidate Guy Brice Kolelas succumbed to Covid-19 a day after the country went to general elections. The late Kolelas died when he was being taken to France for treatment. Christian Cyr Mayanda, his campaign director confirmed the incident on

President Uhuru under pressure to publicly take the 1st Covid-19 vaccine

First batch of Covid-19 vaccines arrive at JKIA

First batch of Covid-19 vaccines arrive at JKIA. A day after Kenya received the first batch of the covid-19 vaccines, various quarters are now pushing President Uhuru Kenyatta to bite the bullet and publicly take the first Covid-19 vaccine to dispel the safety concerns amongst Kenyans. A section of governors on Tuesday

Uhuru appoints Raila ally David Osiany CAS for Industrialization

CAS David Osiany President Uhuru Kenyatta has appointed communications expert David Osiany as Chief Administrative Secretary in the Ministry of Industrialization, Trade and Enterprise Development. Osiany, who hails from Rongo constituency is a former sports news anchor at Royal Media Services-owned Hot 96. While at the station he founded a show

Kenyan President Uhuru Kenyatta Extends Covid19 Protocols

President Uhuru Kenyatta The president Uhuru Kenyatta on 2nd January 2020 issued an executive order extending some of the containment measures to ensure that the eco-system around the reopening of schools remains manageable, constant and safeguard the health of Kenyan children. In his executive order, the president noted that where else the

UK approves Pfizer-BioNTech’s COVID-19 vaccine

Pfizer . The UK made history on Wednesday when its regulator the Independent Medicines and Healthcare products Regulatory Agency (MHRA) became the first country to a COVID-19 vaccine. The UK announced that its approval for the Pfizer Biontech vaccine jumping ahead of the UA and Europe which are yet to

Kenya now Exempts Tanzania from 14-day Covid19 Mandatory Quarantine

Kenya has caved in to Tanzania's demands and included Tanzania among 147 countries whose nationals are exempt from 14 day mandatory quarantine upon arrival in the country. This development comes a day after Tanzania walked out of negotiations to end the escalating trade stalemate between the two countries. The

Universities’ Presidents Council at loggerheads with the Ministry of Education

The Universities' Presidents Council of Kenya has come out strongly on the Ministry of Education uncertainty concerning the re-opening dates for learning institutions. The council has accused the Ministry of Education of conducting closed door meetings, to determine the fate of students stuck at home amid the COVID-19 pandemic without offering