Kenyan boy born without private parts needs funds for 5th operation

Flavian Ibrahim Okhenjo was born on 21-7-2013 in Changamwe, Mombasa in Kenya. He was born normal excerpt without private parts a condition (problem) medical experts call bladder extrophy. As a result of that condition and some operations he now urinates through stool and has so far undergone four operations according to his mother Muluki Musyimi. […]

AMBASSADOR GALIWANGO PLEGDES TO SERVE THE GOVERNMENT FAITHFULLY

The newly appointed Ugandan ambassador To Nairobi Dr. Hassan Waswa Galiwango has pledged to serve the interest of President Yoweri Museveni and the nation in his new assignment. President Yoweri Museveni appointed  former NRM boss director Administration and Finance /mobilization  Dr.  Hassan Galiwango   as High commission to Kenya  replacing Phoebe Otaala who resigned  the position  to […]

Moi family seeks court’s nod for lawyer Zehrababu Janmohammed to run vast estate

What you need to know: The former president had eight children: Jennifer, Jonathan, John Mark, Raymond, Philip, Doris, June and Gideon. Jonathan died in April last year. Under Kenyan law, after one dies, their family is required to nominate an administrator then file an application at the High Court’s family division. Many expected Baringo Senator […]

Kabaka Mutebi, Meets Kenya’s Uhuru Kenyatta and Raila, he is safe and well

The Kabaka of Buganda, Ronald Kimera Muwenda Mutebi at the weekend met the President of Kenya, Uhuru Kenyatta in State house Kenya, casting away allegations the he has been sick. He also later met Raila Odinga. The media has been awash with news that the King is sick. However the eastafricanwatch.net brings you his photographs […]

Southern Africa area face food crisis over Covid:19

FAO director of Emergency and Resilience Division, Mr Dominique Burgeon in a photo above. Covid-19 and the global lockdowns have posed serious threats to food security across the entire Southern Africa region which is already battling with drought caused by poor rains in the current cropping season. A lot of countries in Sub-Saharan Africa rely […]