Jacob Ujamaa Nyerere

Jacob Ujamaa Nyerere is a public affairs researcher and senior investigative correspondent.
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Suspected militants attacked Nairobi’s DusitD2 hotel

A group of suspected militants has attacked a luxury hotel complex in Nairobi, killing several people. Eyewitnesses said gunfire and…

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U.N. pleased with Somalia’s assurances of enhanced security after the attack

NAIROBI, Kenya –-The United Nations has received assurances from the Somali government on Tuesday regarding increased safety following the January…

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Protesters locked down Zimbabwe after petrol and diesel price increase

NAIROBI, Kenya ––Reports from Zimbabwe say several people have been killed during protests after the government doubled the price of…

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Regional bloc urges unity government, vote recount in D.R. Congo

NAIROBI, Kenya – An African regional bloc on Sunday, January 13, 2019, called for the formation of a unity government…

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Kenyan interbank rate hits 8-year low: Central Bank of Kenya

NAIROBI ––Financial news from Nairobi this week revealed that the rate at which banks in Kenya borrow money from each…

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15 Congolese killed, several injured when truck overturns in NW Uganda

NAIROBI, Kenya–– A police spokesman in the northwestern Ugandan district of Pakwach has said that at least 15 Congolese were…

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South African ‘soccer legend’ Philemon Masinga dies

NAIROBI, Kenya – Reliable sources reaching Globe Afrique confirmed that former South Africa soccer star Philemon ‘Chippa’ Masinga died Sunday. …

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Results ‘not negotiable,’ Says DR Congo opposition candidate Fayulu

NAIROBI, KENYA – DR Congo leading opposition presidential candidate Martin Fayulu has warned election officials in the Democratic Republic of…

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As IS attacks, Libya’s Justice Ministry Urges Prosecution

NAIROBI, Kenya —In the wake of the Libyan Ministry of Justice ‘s call for an inquiry into sporadic attacks at…

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Some officials in Africa, mainly Liberia, lying about credentials

NAIROBI, Kenya —A little misrepresentation on one’s resume might not seem like a big deal when applying for a low-ranking…

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