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But without giving an explanation, President Ruto removed tweet that said “Kenya rescinds its recognition of the SADR”.

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President Ali Bongo Ondimba cites incompetence over the slow rehabilitation of Gabon's road network.

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Mr Gachagua's fast rise to social media fame is all credited to his poor sense of fashion, something he has admitted.

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The Uhuru Kenyatta administration forced traders to use the modern railway line, a policy that saw the government transfer clearance to enforce compliance.

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Nairobi has 5,000 high net worth individuals (HNWI) with at least $1 million, says report which tracks private wealth migration trends worldwide.

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The University of Juba VC says the workstation will support capacity building in the oil sector.

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Africa is also staring down a nearly $1.3 trillion climate finance gap for the 2020 to 2030 period.

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President Ruto failed to acknowledge Sierra Leone President Julius Maada Bio.

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President Ruto said his government is keen on advancing regional integration, trade and peace, continuing on the precedent of his predecessors.

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Beef, tomatoes also cushioned as Kenya transitions to new Africa free trade area.

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Ruto was sworn in as the fifth President of Kenya.

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Mekele University had been "bombed" causing injuries and property damage: TPLF spokesman.

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The swearing-in process was lead by the Judiciary under CJ Martha Koome.

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While local retailers are struggling to break even, foreign investors and particularly PE funds are salivating over the country’s retail sector.

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After graduation in 1990, William Ruto was is employed as a teacher in the North Rift, serving until 1992.

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The Alliance for a Green Revolution in Africa (Agra) has unveiled a catalytic fund of $550 million for the next five years to boost efforts to improve food security on the continent that continues to struggle to feed itself.

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All East African Community heads of State have confirmed attending Kenya's fifth president inauguration in Nairobi.

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Charles Kariuki travelled for 60 hours to get to Oulu, Finland for the air guitar competition and performed under physical and mental exhaustion.

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Despite the common market protocol, national laws continue to affect persons who seek employment in neighbouring countries.

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International Court of Justice (ICJ) ordered Uganda to pay $325 million to DR Congo for invasion and looting more than 20 years ago.

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Eritrea appeared to be headed back to fighting, accusing TPLF of planning to overthrow its govt

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Kinshasa says it is already working on a policy for free movement of people, workers, labour, goods and services in the region.

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King Charles III vowed to emulate his "darling mama", Queen Elizabeth II.

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Amid challenges and opportunities in the region, the incoming Kenya’s president is likely to find himself largely bogged down by pressures in the country.

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