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W’Cup qualifiers: Ivory Coast beat Nigeria 76-42

W’Cup qualifiers: Ivory Coast beat Nigeria 76-42

Nigeria’s national basketball team D’Tigers lost their unbeaten run in the 2019 World Cup qualifiers after they were beaten 76-42 by Ivory Coast Friday night. The China 2019 qualifying match was played in the Ivorian capital of Abidjan. Ivory Coast dominated and an early lead to keep the scores at 28-19 at the break. And with 4:26 minutes more to play, D’Tigers were trailing the hosts at 65-35. At that point Nigerian fans only hoped for a respectable end rather than thinking of a comeback. Nigeria had qualified in Lagos...
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Interior: Let the Kitchen do the Talking

Interior: Let the Kitchen do the Talking

If you had to list some of your most favourite rooms in your home the kitchen is definitely amongst the top, but it might not be getting the exact attention it deserves simply because it is something that is often taken for granted or overlooked. This should not be the case because the kitchen is one of the most important parts of every house; hence a good reason to get it right while choosing your kitchen. Kitchens serve as not only a place to prepare meals, but also the main...
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ICC Pre-Trial Chamber II joins Yekatom and Ngaïssona cases

ICC Pre-Trial Chamber II joins Yekatom and Ngaïssona cases

On 20 February 2019, Pre-Trial Chamber II decided to join the cases of The Prosecutor v. Alfred Yekatom and The Prosecutor v. Patrice-Edouard Ngaïssona.  In the Chamber’s view, joint proceedings against Mr Yekatom and Mr Ngaïssona will serve to enhance the fairness and expeditiousness of the proceedings by avoiding the duplication of evidence, inconsistency in the presentation and assessment of evidence, undue impact on witnesses and victims, and unnecessary expense. In joint cases, each suspect shall be accorded the same rights as if such suspect were being tried separately.  The Chamber...
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Humor Factory: “Eeee! Not Even Poverty Save Me From Criminals” – Useni

Humor Factory: “Eeee! Not Even Poverty Save Me From Criminals” – Useni

Useni has always believed that kidnapping, armed robbery hostage-taking, ransom demands, and other social problems are exclusive headaches of the rich; not until Agama convinced him otherwise. “You can’ look for money inside house of a man who no get cent.” Useni once told Agama. The dialogue continues: AGAMA: I am not sure I understand what you mean USENI: You see, sometimes, me, I happy I poor… AGAMA: You are happy you are poor? Has you brain engine gone to Aleppo to fight ISS? Why should anyone be happy being...
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Manchester United pay mouth-watering £19.6m compensation to sacked Mourinho

Manchester United pay mouth-watering £19.6m compensation to sacked Mourinho

The former coach of Manchester United Jose Mourinho was paid a record compensation fee of £19.6m after being sacked in December by the English club, despite the Red Devils’ worst league performance in 28 years under him. According to the information obtained from the United’s second-quarter financial results under “exceptional items,” the payment was for the Portuguese coach and his five staff members who had to go with left with Mourinho when he was sacked in December. Many football pundits insist that the said pay-out is exceptionally high, having in...
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Africa: Just Do Like others And Remain Where You Are

Africa: Just Do Like others And Remain Where You Are

Aside from corruption, one of the greatest problems facing Africa today is the desire to copy from others, instead of being authentic. Innovation is the mother of creativity. There is nothing terrible about getting ideas from existing concepts and modifying them to fit one’s situation, environment or needs. But copying an existing concept, which is developed to fit a particular environment and using it in a completely different setting only leads to mediocrity because what works for, say, the USA might not necessarily work for China. Why? Because both countries...
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The Other Side of The Mobile Phone Technology

The Other Side of The Mobile Phone Technology

Technology, and for that matter, the mobile phone, has drastically changed our lives and behaviour. Ironically, in our present globalised world, mobile phones have not only made our lives easier, but they have also simultaneously enslaved us. Can you image your day – to – day life without a phone?  Hardly not. The degree of the effect of the mobile phone addiction is such that we all now compete not to be left behind as far as mobile phone technology is concerned. Welcome to the new era of mobile technology....
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UGANDAN EDITION OF KATA KATA MAGAZINE IS OUT!!!!

UGANDAN EDITION OF KATA KATA MAGAZINE IS OUT!!!!

At last, your educative, informative, yet humorous magazine Kata Kata Cartoon Magazine is on the street in Uganda, featuring humorous cartoon illustrated story over “Minority and their Rights,” exclusive interview with Ugandan talented musician GAMIT, entertainment, fashion, health, technology, food, literary circle, beauty etc all for just UGX 4000 Grab your copy at: WANDEGEYA: MM supermarket, Outside Hot Loaf, Outside Stanbic bank, Outside Barclays bank, KAMPALA: Shell Kampala road, Outside Bank of Baroda, Outside Bata shoes opposite Charm Towers, Uganda House outside the Forex S&G supermarket – Ntinda New Black...
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Africa and Prison Reform: Using jail to save money and avoid loneliness.

Africa and Prison Reform: Using jail to save money and avoid loneliness.

The former anti-apartheid icon and one of the most respected leaders in this century, Nelson Mandela, who spent 27 years of his life in the maximum security prison on the Robben Island, South Africa, once said:  “No one truly knows a nation until one has been inside its jails. A nation should not be judged by how it treats its highest citizens, but its lowest ones.” How true is this about Africa and how does the statement reflect African prison condition and the treatment of its prisoners in general on...
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Statement of the ICC Prosecutor following the conditional release of Mr Gbagbo and Mr Blé Goudé

Statement of the ICC Prosecutor following the conditional release of Mr Gbagbo and Mr Blé Goudé

We note the decision of the Appeals Chamber.  The Prosecution’s position was that we would be amenable to release with a set of conditions attached. These conditions would be to ensure that Messrs Laurent Gbagbo and Charles Blé Goudé would be available before the Court should the trial proceedings against them continue. The Prosecution still has the right to appeal the January 15 decision to acquit Mr Gbagbo and Mr Blé Goudé the serious charges against them.  At this point, the Prosecution team is still waiting for the Judges of...
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