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    22-Sep-2018 to 13:48

    Liberia: Weah assures of transparency after missing millions

    APA-Monrovia (Liberia) — Liberia President George Manneh Weah has told his compatriots that investigation into the alleged L$16 billion scandal is underway, and assured that anyone caught in any financial malpractice will face the full weight of the law.

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    20-Sep-2018 to 13:30

    Tight Security in Kampala as Bobi wine returns

    APA-Kampala (Uganda) — Uganda police and the army deployed in large numbers Thursday to block crowds from gathering along the Entebbe airport road to welcome Ugandan legislator Robert Kyagulanyi aka Bobi Wine.

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    16-Sep-2018 to 14:18

    Gambia: Govt to finalise anti-corruption commission bill

    APA-Banjul (Gambia) — President Adama Barrow has assured Gambians that his government is committed to the fight against corruption, and will soon table before the country’s National Assembly an anti-corruption commission bill.

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    15-Sep-2018 to 14:46

    Rwanda: Kagame pardons thousands of detainees

    APA-Kigali (Rwanda) — A total 2,140 inmates found eligible under relevant provisions of law, including those convicted of terrorism charges, have been released from prison, an official statement issued Saturday in Kigali announced.

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    15-Sep-2018 to 14:29

    Uganda's Museveni turns 74

    APA-Kampala (Uganda) — Uganda's long-serving President Yoweri Museveni is celebrating his 74th birthday today Saturday 15 September.

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    13-Sep-2018 to 18:10

    Sierra Leone arrests nine former officials over passport fraud

    APA-Freetown (Sierra Leone) — In a rare move, Sierra Leonean authorities have in a joint operation with the United States Embassy arrested nine former government officials as part of President Julius Maada Bio’s war on corruption.

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    13-Sep-2018 to 11:22

    S/African House approves pension hike for Zuma

    APA-Cape Town (South Africa) — As South Africa’s former president Jacob Zuma addressed varsity students in the Eastern Cape Province town of Mthatha, questioning the existence of state capture in his country, the National Assembly approved a pension increase for him and his big family.

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