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DANCING WITH THE DEVIL: WON’T AFRICANS LEARN FROM THEIR TROUBLED PAST?

Arusha, 5 May 2018 (EANA) – As the recent “handshake” by President Uhuru Kenyatta and opposition leader Raila Odinga continues to create ripples on the political scene, it alsobrings back unsavoury memories of political dealings from East Africa’s troubled past. ... read msore

   
President Uhuru Kenyatta

FIGHTING CRIME ON THE HIGH SEAS IS A PRIORITY FOR THE HORN OF AFRICA

Arusha, 28 April 2018 (EANA) – Hopefully, a ministerial conference held last week in Mauritius bringing together both regional and international organisations will help to end the maritime crimes and insecurity that have bedevilled the Indian Ocean over the past century. The high level crimes –especially along the 6 million-kilometre-square Western Indian Ocean – have terrorised business along the coastlines of Djibouti, Kenya, Tanzania and Somalia. ... read msore

 

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CLOSE DOWN CHURCHES, CREATE A SMALL HAVEN IN EAST AFRICA

Arusha, 28 April 2018 (EANA) – Rwandan President Paul Kagame’s administration has once again ventured where his peers in the region wouldn’t dare, closing down more than 700 churches in Kigali and wondering aloud about their relevance. If only others could muster the same courage, we would be firmly on the way to creating a heaven right here on earth. ... read msore

President Paul Kagame

TAXING THE INTERNET: NOT GOOD FOR THE EA REGION

Ausha, 21 April 2018 (EANA) – By seeking to tax and control how their citizens use the Internet, East African countries have once again demonstrated to the whole world the reason they remain behind in technology. Rather than encourage technological innovation in information technology, the region is instead seeking to control the flow of information for obvious political reasons. ... read msore

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TRIBUTE TO WINNIE: IF ONLY WE HAD MORE WOMEN OF HER METTLE…

Arusha, 21 April 2018 (EANA) – The flood of tributes from around the world for the fallen South African heroine, Winnie Madikizela Mandela, acknowledged her great courage in fighting the apartheid South African regime. It is the sort of courage that is sorely lacking in many parts of Africa, one that could propel women and nations across the continent from being pawns in the hands of politicians to people in charge of their own destinies.... read msore

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