Uganda Government Asks For More Time To Effect Electoral Law Reforms

Attorney General William Byaruhanga has asked for some more days to table electoral reforms. According to Byaruhanga, government will table the proposed reforms within a period of ten days. He disclosed this while updating plenary on the progress on tabling the proposed electoral reforms. In 2016, Supreme Court judges led by Chief Justice Bart Katureebe… Continue reading Uganda Government Asks For More Time To Effect Electoral Law Reforms

Why EAC Leads other Regional Economic Communities

The East African Community has made the most progress on integration and is the most ambitious of all regional economic communities (RECs) in Africa. According to the latest report on regional integration by the African Development Bank, the EAC is top on the list of RECs in Africa. “The EAC has developed a fully functional… Continue reading Why EAC Leads other Regional Economic Communities

Uneasy Times – Squabbles Overshadow EAC Infrastructure Projects

The smooth handover from the bloc’s leadership from Kenyatta to Kikwete barely concealed the poisoned trade relation between the two neighbours. ROBIN OBINO reports. Financing for infrastructure projects were top on the agenda at the East African Community (EAC) Heads of State Summit in Nairobi during which Kenya’s President Uhuru Kenyatta handed over the reigns… Continue reading Uneasy Times – Squabbles Overshadow EAC Infrastructure Projects

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IGP David Kimaiyo Resigns and Ole-Lenku Fired

Amid growing insecurity in Kenya with the latest attack in Mandera leaving almost 38 Dead Inspector General David Kimaiyo has since resigned from office following criticism from different parties with claims of failing to contain the insecurity situation in Kenya citing his resignation on personal grounds. On the other hand credible sources indicate that President… Continue reading IGP David Kimaiyo Resigns and Ole-Lenku Fired

Kenya-Algeria in Cooperation Pact

Kenya and Algeria have signed two pacts of cooperation and political consultation. In a ceremony presided over by the two country’s foreign Ministers, Kenya’s Amina Mohamed and Algeria’s Ramtane Lamamra, the two countries agreed to set up a joint commission for cooperation and memorandum of understanding on political consultations. Speaking to the media after the… Continue reading Kenya-Algeria in Cooperation Pact

Kenya, Algeria Explore Areas of Cooperation

Kenya and Algeria are committed to weeding out terrorism and ensuring peaceful coexistence in the entire continent of Africa, Cabinet Secretary for Foreign Affairs and International Trade Amina Mohamed and Algerian Senate Speaker Abdelkader Bensalah have said. Speaking when they met in Algiers on Monday, the two leaders noted that Kenya and Algeria share similar… Continue reading Kenya, Algeria Explore Areas of Cooperation

Kenyan Appointed as New Commonwealth Deputy Secretary-General

Commonwealth has appointed Dr Josephine Ojiambo, formerly Kenya’s ambassador to the UN, as its deputy Secretary-General. The intergovernmental organization’s Secretary-General Kamalesh Sharma announced the appointment late Thursday at the Secretariat’s headquarters in London. Dr Ojiambo who served as the Chief of the Executive Board and External Relations of the United Nations Population Fund, will now… Continue reading Kenyan Appointed as New Commonwealth Deputy Secretary-General