Uhuru Kenyatta Makes Surprise Visit to Pupils during Primary Leaving Exams

The president of Kenya, Uhuru Kenyatta, on Wednesday surprised  President primary candidates at Uhuru Gardens Primary School in Nairobi when he visited them hours prior to Kenya Certificate of Primary Education (KCPE) exam. The President was escorted by the Kenya Education Cabinet secretary, Amina Mohamed and Kenya National Examinations Council(KNEC) Chairman, Professor George Magoha. Addressing candidates […]

Ugandan- Oxford Based Student who Married Herself Collects Ush 22 million Tuition Contribution

The Ugandan-Oxford based student,  Lulu Jemimah, who recently married herself has raised 4000 Euros,(22 million Ush) as voluntary contribution to her tuition. Last year, Lulu was admitted to the two-year Masters in creative writing course but lacked adequate funds to cater for her tuition. After a fruitless search for sponsor, the 32 year old decided to […]

Detained Kassiano Wadri Wins Arua Municipality MP by-election

Detained Kassiano Wadri Wins Arua Municipality MP by-election

 Kassiano Wadri (Independent) has won the Arua Municipality parliamentary seat after getting 6,528 votes representing 38% of the vote in the by-elections. Although Wadri was not able to cast his ballot as he’s still in police custody in Gulu, he beat 11 others, among them, Nusura Tiperu, a member of the ruling National Resistance Movement […]

Simon Wanyera – The revolutionary son

Wanyera Simon a student at Makerere University who has been on the forefront of every strike at the university has made his name sound louder at the university and the neighboring areas. It’s because of his endless involvement in the strikes and exhibition of a brave attitude during the move that he has won the name “The revolutionary son.” He believes the voices of the oppressed can be easily heard through striking and it's a means of seeking for attention from administrators to have the problems of students addressed. “A strike is a cause, if they increase tuition some of us who come from humble families cannot raise that money and the only way is to join hands as Makererians and say no." Says Wanyera with a frowned face.

Simon Wanyera – The revolutionary son

By Danbosco Mutaawe Wanyera Simon a student at Makerere University who has been on the forefront of every strike at the university has made his name sound louder at the university and the neighboring areas. It’s because of his endless involvement in the strikes and exhibition of a brave attitude during the move that he […]

Whitney Huston would be turning 55 today

Whitney Huston would be turning 55 today

Babies of today, that is; if you are celebrating your birthday today, be proud because you share the day with one of  America’s most prominent songstress, Whitney Elizabeth Houston. Whitney Houston was born on August 9, 1963, to African American Army serviceman and entertainment executive  John Russell Houston, Jr. and gospel singer Emily “Cissy” (Drinkard)  in Newark, New […]

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