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KEMSA Applauds Ruto's Nominee for Health CS, Debra Mlongo
Jul, 21 2024

KEMSA Applauds Ruto's Nominee for Health CS, Debra Mlongo

The Kenya Medical Supplies Authority (KEMSA) has enthusiastically praised the nomination of Debra Mlongo as the new Cabinet Secretary for Health by President William Ruto. KEMSA believes that Mlongo's appointment will have a significant positive impact on the health sector. This move aligns with Ruto's promise of creating a government of national unity, with an emphasis on combating corruption and fostering unity.

Macron Navigates Political Deadlock Amid Prime Minister's Resignation
Jul, 18 2024

Macron Navigates Political Deadlock Amid Prime Minister's Resignation

French President Emmanuel Macron has accepted the resignation of Prime Minister Gabriel Attal's government following a snap election that left no party with a majority. The caretaker government will continue essential work until a new coalition is formed. Macron is now focusing on building a right-of-centre majority to stabilize the political landscape and ensure the smooth operation of upcoming national events like the Paris Olympics.

President Ruto Demands Ford Foundation to Cease Financing Violence in Kenya
Jul, 15 2024

President Ruto Demands Ford Foundation to Cease Financing Violence in Kenya

President William Ruto claims the Ford Foundation is fueling violent protests in Kenya and has issued a stern warning for the organization to either stop its involvement or leave the country. The protests, initially sparked by the Finance Bill 2024, have led to numerous deaths and extensive property damage.

Visual Insight: Unfolding of the Trump Rally Shooting
Jul, 14 2024

Visual Insight: Unfolding of the Trump Rally Shooting

This article presents a detailed visual account of a shooting incident at a rally attended by former President Donald Trump. Trump was reportedly hit by a bullet in the upper part of his right ear. The incident and its immediate aftermath are captured through photos, shedding light on the chaos and reactions at the scene.

Historic Surge for Far-Right Leader Jordan Bardella in French Elections
Jul, 8 2024

Historic Surge for Far-Right Leader Jordan Bardella in French Elections

Jordan Bardella of France's far-right National Rally has achieved remarkable gains in the recent legislative elections. At just 28 years old, he could become the youngest French prime minister in over 200 years. The party leads after the first round, with significant challenges ahead to secure an absolute majority.

South-East Representatives Endorse Release of Nnamdi Kanu Amidst Rising Tensions
Jul, 4 2024

South-East Representatives Endorse Release of Nnamdi Kanu Amidst Rising Tensions

The South-East caucus in the House of Representatives has voiced their support for the release of Nnamdi Kanu, leader of the Indigenous People of Biafra (IPOB). This move is viewed as a significant step towards peace in the region and addresses the demands of the IPOB. The caucus advocates for Kanu's release to ease tensions and resolve the long-standing conflict.

Texas Primary Runoff Election 2024: Key Contests and Outcomes You Need to Know
May, 29 2024

Texas Primary Runoff Election 2024: Key Contests and Outcomes You Need to Know

The Texas primary runoff election on May 28 was a decisive moment for many high-value congressional, legislative, and local races. With none of the candidates hitting the required 50% threshold in the March 5 primary, voters returned to the polls to settle the scores. Major contests included the 12th Congressional District, the Dallas County sheriff's race, and several state legislative seats.

Burkina Faso Extends Military Rule: A Closer Look at the Next Five Years
May, 27 2024

Burkina Faso Extends Military Rule: A Closer Look at the Next Five Years

Burkina Faso's military government, led by Captain Ibrahim Traoré, has extended its rule by five more years following a national consultation meeting. The new charter initiates a 60-month transition period, potentially culminating in elections if security conditions improve. The decision reflects ongoing efforts to address the severe Islamist violence plaguing the nation.