The agreement came into force after the injecetion of an amount worth $3.5billion on the exploration and drilling of oil. Uganda, as one of the fastest-growing economy of East Africa, discovered the oil reserves in 2006. However, the production was on hold. This happened as a result of poor infrastructure. Reports say it is as a result of the drilling methods and transportation cost.
Uganda: Poor locked down at refugee camp after jump in coronavirus cases Uganda and the UNHCR together created Africa’s largest refugee camps in Kyangwali. The
The United States Government has accused four Ugandans including two judges for being part of fraudulent adoption scams. Consequently, the US has imposed sanctions on
Ms. Esther Mwikali was a 57-year-old Kenyan and a land rights activist that was found brutally murdered. Reports show that her body was raped and
As of yesterday, Zimbabwe decided to grant white farmers whose lands were confiscated by the government to resettle black families a compensation fund of $3.5
The United Nations Security Council received praise for the bold move to adopt Resolution 2535 for youth, which will now anchor young activists seeking peace
Saddened Niger Delta women has yesterday barricaded the Headquarters of Niger Delta Development Commission in Port Harcourt, River State, Nigeria to seek accountability and transparency in their affairs of the commission.
A multi-agency team has arrested fugitive Mansur Muhammed Abubakar, a 60-year-old Kenyan citizen who is a wanted person in the US for various crimes
The Ethiopian government has issued a warning to the Republic of Somaliland and Egypt for setting up a military base in Somalia, arguing that it
It seems as though there is yet another broken relationship between Zimbabwe and the United States of America. The Zimbabwean government has threatened to expel