Jacob Ujamaa Nyerere

Jacob Ujamaa Nyerere is a public affairs researcher and senior investigative correspondent.
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Africa’s fastest growing airline crashes, all 157 people on board feared dead

NAIROBI, Kenya–– Africa’s fastest growing airline, Ethiopian airlines, experienced the most horrible incident in its history with all 157 people…

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Governance

A country analysis expert urges South Sudan to take lead in financing its peace initiatives

NAIROBI, Kenya–Abraham Awolich, a policy analyst at the Juba-based Sudd Institute, said recent resumption of oil production in northern oil…

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Business

Chinese oil firm to decide about drilling for oil in Uganda by mid-2019

NAIROBI, Kenya–– China National Offshore Oil Corporation (CNOOC) announced that it will reach a Final Investment Decision (FID) in Uganda’s…

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Tanzania’s President John Magufuli undertakes minor reshuffle of his government

NAIROBI, Kenya––President John Magufuli of Tanzania on Sunday made a mini-reshuffle of his cabinet, swapping the ministers for foreign affairs,…

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Sudan, Ethiopia siged MoU on economy and trade

NAIROBI, Kenya––Sudan and Ethiopia have signed memorandums of understanding (MoUs) on economy and trade during a meeting of the higher…

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Though conciliatory, long time Sudanese president Bashir shows no sign of relinquishing power soon

NAIROBI, Kenya––The president of Sudan Omar al-Bashir has declared a yearlong state of emergency months after anti-government protests began calling…

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Governance

Internet usage in Uganda declined due to social media tax as President Museveni prepares to run for his sixth term

NAIROBI, KENYA––Despite spending more than two decades in power, Uganda’s ruling party has endorsed President Yoweri Museveni as its candidate…

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As violence continues in South Sudan, UN calls for special court

NAIROBI, Kenya –The UN’s Commission on Human Rights field operations office in South Sudan has expressed strong concerns over renewed…

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Ethiopian builds first ever botanic garden in Africa

NAIROBI, Kenya–––The Republic of Ethiopia has recently opened its first botanic garden with the goal making it a center of…

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UN recounts 35 humanitarian incidents in South Sudan in January this year

NAIROBI, Kenya ––The United Nations say about 35 incidents affecting aid operations were conveyed in South Sudan in January this…

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