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The Man To Watch: Dr George A. Manuwuike

Until now, we intentionally limited our magazine to cartoons and adverts only. However, recently our readers had expressed their desire to read also about role models, who have the capacity to bring changes in our societies. Due to the editorial policy of Kata Kata Magazine, we are very conscious not to compromise our core policy. We therefore have to strike an equilibrium between satisfying objectively, the wishes of our valued readers and not sacrificing our editorial core policy. Interestingly,…

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Yanlib rebels enter Politri triumphantly

There was a similar scene of the biblical Jesus` triumphal entry of Jerusalem in Yanlib capital Politri two days ago. A big crowd of joyful Yanlibs came out to welcome euphoric Yanlib rebels who rolled into the capital, two days ago, in what appeared to be the final stage of a six month attempt to overthrow the 42 year old regime of Col Mamuamr Dafigad. Waving new flags of the National Transitional Council, thousands of jubilant crowd came out…

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Woodnolly in Panic After Death Prediction

Following his prophecy last week that one Canafri president would die, which came to pass, the recent prediction by the Gerianian prophet and head of Nations All Of Church Synagogue (NAOCS), Prophet BT Shuajo of death of a male member of the Woodnolly industry, has left the industry in a pandemonium. The prediction was made at his second service on Easter Sunday, April 9, 2012 during which the church leader warned that the movie industry must pray and fast…

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Nigerian Aviation Minister Orders Kata Kata Magazine as a Therapy

Often, when katakata (trouble, pandemonium, problems, chaos.) starts coming your way, you mostly take all necessary steps within your power to have it solved or “suppressed,” as the case may be. You definitely, need a therapy to tackle those social challenges or problems.  With this in mind, it has become apparently clear to us why our office received an unexpected phone call yesterday from the embattled Nigerian minister of Aviation Ms. Ella St Ahodu requesting us to send her…

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Nigeria hits Back at Zambia Following Alleged Nigerians Harassment by Sata

Nigeria has rejected another envoy sent to that country by president Michael Sata. Abuja has refused to recognise the envoy captain Selemani Mpangula Banda on the excuse that he has a criminal record. Captain Mpangula, who currently exhibits signs of insanity, was in 1996 arrested by Fredrick Chiluba regime for treason. He was tortured in prison together with former president Kenneth Kaunda`s Bodyguard Maurice Kaulungombe during the “˜Black Mamba episode which was created by Chiluba and Sata to implicate…

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Ndauga Competes with Chaaba in Secret Swiss Bank Deals

It is not an uncommon occurrence for many Ndansuga to stockpile matoke (unripe green plantain) at home for the rainy day, but stashing more than Shs400 billion (almost $ 162 million) in Swiss banks has systematically re-defined the identity of this modest East African country and raised many unanswered questions about its government`s anti- corruption crusade. According to the Claims Settlement International for Bank, which made the monetary revelation, the identity of the individuals or organisations who deposited the…

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Gabemu: Possibility of Babwezim TONA Bombardment

Since the TONA lead attack in Yalib which resulted in the death of Yanlib dictator Marmuam Figadda and the an unexpected regime change in Yalib, President Bertro Gabemu has been worried that the same scenario could repeat itself in his home country, Babwezim. In a two and a half hour speech during the annual FP Nuza party conference in Wayobula this week, Gabemu, who is well known for his anti-western policies coupled with acidic verbal attacks on the western…

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Mixed Reactions Following Kenyan`s Proposed Marriage and Matrimonial and Property Bills

The recent proposed marriage and matrimonial and property bills in Kenya has attracted mixed reactions and caused divisions amongst Kenyans. The Marriage Bill, which defines marriage as the voluntary monogamous or polygamous union between a man and a woman aims at granting the same legal status to all marriages. However, many have ironically wondered whether the marriage and matrimonial and property bills will end up putting unnecessary pressure on the marriage institution rather than modernizing it. Worse still, with…

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Maliso Women Turned Into Sex Objects

Recently, for many women in Maliaso, being born a woman is not only a crime; it can be the greatest misfortune of all as well. Since the invasion of Maliaso by the militant group, Babsha, the plight of an average Maliso woman has metamorphosed from a weak potential mother to a sex object. Even though, being seen as a sex object can itself be a bitter traumatic experience, being violently treated as one and most likely, killed for not…

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Lawima cancels summit after row over Dansu al Shirba`s attendance

Sometimes, we have to make choices in life. It becomes often difficult when the choice is between appeasing a good friend and one`s personal economic survival. This is exactly the dilemma Lawima government was facing when it had to make a choice between succumbing to the pressure from several African countries to allow Dansu’s president Maro al-Shirba to attend the Union African summit in Lawima or to risk the wrath of the powerful Western countries and most likely lose…

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King Watims III of Landswazi Gets a Jet Present From ‘Sponsors’

Landswazi`s King Watims III has acknowledged receipt of a super luxury jet as a gift from “sponsors,” whom a government spokesperson described as “anonymous.“ According to the spokesperson Mr. Cyper Lanesime, the ultra-modern luxury DC-9 twin-engine aircraft is meant for the king and his 13 wives. However, Kata Kata`s moles authoritatively informed us that the polygamous king is equally allowed to use the aircraft for his concubines as well as his future wives. The “gift“ raised some eyebrows in…

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6 Babweanszim Await Sentencing Following Abar Spring Videos Conviction

Six Babweanszim are awaiting their sentencing after being convicted of conspiracy to incite public violence following their arrest while watching footage of Abar Spring protests, which lead to the outset of the former presidents of Siatuni and Ypteg.   The convicted Babweanszim, all of them activists could risk maximum 10 years imprisonment or a $2,000 fine. Either way, many observers across the globe have vehemently condemned what some described as kangaroo ““ verdict by the Rehara court last Monday,…

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