President Uhuru Kenyatta lifts national wide Curfew with Immediate Effect

President Uhuru Kenyatta

BREAKING!!! Kenya’s President Uhuru Kenyatta has today lifted the national wide curfew with immediate effect. During his address at the Mashujaa Day celebrations at the Wang’uru Stadium in Kirinyaga County, Uhuru declared that the 10:00 pm – 4:00 pm curfew to be lifted with immediate effect. Kenya as a country has been under curfew since March 2020 as one of…

Read More

Steve Bruce parts ways with Newcastle United

Newcastle United’s new owners have sacked head coach Steve Bruce. Bruce was expected to be replaced after the Saudi Arabian-backed consortium, led by the Public Investment Fund (PIF). PIF completed a £305m takeover of Newcastle on October 7th. Steve Bruce remained in charge for the 3-2 defeat to Tottenham – his 1,000th match as a manager. Non-executive chairman Yasir Al-Rumayyan and director Amanda…

Read More

“Fool me one time shame on you,” There is no nobility in poverty – Dr Kedi Rogers

There is no nobility in poverty – Dr Kedi Rogers

As the old cliché goes, a promise is a date. So it is. As Uganda celebrated her 59th independence day, one intern Doctor in waiting Dr. Kedi Rogers took time to remind the president about a promise he made to the medical society about an increase in their salaries for medical workers and  intern Doctors, Pharmacists, nurses and co. In…

Read More

Cranes coach Micho found guilty of sexual assault

Uganda Cranes head coach Milutin ‘Micho’ Sredojevic was convicted on two counts of sexual assault at the Gqeberha Regional Court in South Africa on Tuesday. The Serbian tactician was also handed a suspended jail term for the incident that happened in December 2020. South Africa’s National Prosecuting Authority (NPA) confirmed that Micho appeared at the New Brighton Magistrates Court in Gqeberha, Eastern Cape…

Read More

Pope Theodoros defines Uganda as Africa’s mother of Orthodox religion

Pope Theodoros defines Uganda as Africa’s mother of Orthodox religion

Pope Theodoros II of the Orthodox Church of All Africa has described Uganda as Africa’s mother of the Orthodox religion. The Pope made these remarks while paying President Museveni a courtesy visit. Having been in Uganda before, he expressed his great love for the country and even promised to donate 2,000 covid-19 vaccines to the country through her embassy in…

Read More

Mogas seized by Stanbic Bank over failure to service bank loan

Mogas seized by Stanbic Bank over failure to service bank loan

Stanbic bank has taken over petroleum products company Mogas due to failure to service her three-year-old loan. Basing on recent reports, Stanbic bank has put Maestrol Oil and Gas Solution (MOGAS) under receivership in a bid to recover it’s money that the company has failed to pay during the three year term limit that was set Despite media attempts to…

Read More