Two students of Jomo Kenyatta University, Kenya have been charged with kidnapping a seven year old boy and demanding a Sh500, 000 ransom from his mother.
The era when international news organisations can put out lies and unbalanced report about events in Africa nations is over, thanks to the highly interactive nature of social media. Last week Ghanaians harnessed the power of social media to call out America’s Cable News Network CNN on an ill-informed report on the just concluded peaceful elections in the West Africa country.
Exactly a week after conceding defeat in the December 1 elections, Gambian outgoing President Yahya Jammeh has rejected the results of the election and called for a new elections citing a report of an investigation that revealed widespread irregularities.
In the latest of his series of gaffes, Britain’s foreign minister Boris Johnson called UK strongest ally and biggest arms trade partner, Saudi Arabia puppeteers in proxy wars throughout the Middle East.