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August 9, 2017 8:06 PM Kenya election 2017: Commission denies system was hacked

Kenya's electoral commission has denied opposition claims its IT system had been hacked in order to manipulate Tuesday's election results. Chief electoral officer Ezra Chiloba told reporters the systems were not compromised at any point. He spoke out after presidential candidate Raila Odinga rejected provisional results indicating a strong lead for President 40

August 8, 2017 8:14 PM Fallout board game announced as competitive four-player RPG adventure

Time to start saving up your bottle caps, because the Fallout RPG series is getting its first real board game soon. Fantasy Flight Games teased a familiar-looking "please stand by" image on its social media pages on Tuesday morning, but the vague tease didn't last long. Shortly after, the Fallout board game's official announcement rolled out with plenty 71

August 5, 2017 6:45 PM Possible terror attack in Ghana news is fake – UK

The British High Commission in Accra says recent media stories in Ghana have wrongly suggested that the Foreign and Commonwealth Office, have issued a new warning with regard to terrorism in Ghana. “We have not issued new advice,” a statement issued by the British High Commission and copied to the Ghana News Agency has said. “Our travel advice for Ghana 23

August 5, 2017 3:22 PM Mac Manu refused entry into Kenya

Kenyan authorities have denied Peter Mac Manu entry into the country to lead a team of election observers from the Democratic Union of Africa ahead of Tuesday’s polls. According to sources familiar with the matter, the 2016 New Patriotic Party’s Campaign Manager’s refusal entry into the East African country is because he is an honorary chairman of the union 19

August 5, 2017 1:22 PM Mac Manu denied entry into Kenya ahead of election

The 2016 NPP National Campaign Manager, Peter Mac Manu has been refused entry into Kenya. Mr Mac Manu was leading a team of election observers from the Democratic Union of Africa into Kenya in the run up to that country’s election, scheduled for August 8th. Reports from Kenya indicate, his denial is linked to his role as Honorary Chairman of the Democratic 32

August 3, 2017 4:47 PM Mahama leads Commonwealth election observers to Kenya

Former President John Mahama is leading a 15-member delegation from the Commonwealth nations to observe the upcoming general elections in Kenya. Over the past year, the electoral process in that country has been marred by violence. While speaking in Nairobi, President Mahama who is the Chairman of the Commonwealth Observers group promised that his team will be transparent 72

July 31, 2017 12:01 AM Claims Australian terror plot ‘involved gas attack on plane’

Police foil plot to 'bring down plane': PM1:59 Arrests in Sydney after anti-terror raids foiled a plot that reportedly involved blowing up an aircraft. A family of suspected Islamist ­extremists allegedly plotted to bring down an Australian commercial jet by gassing the passengers. Picture: Supplied. DETAILS are still emerging about the alleged terror 45

July 27, 2017 7:09 AM Government finding solutions to illegal migration – President

Government is committed to find solutions to illegal migration, to facilitate the safe return and re-integration into the society of Ghanaians caught in the migrant crisis in Europe and elsewhere, President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo has said. Thus, government, apart from leveraging on Ghana’s relations with its European allies to find the solutions 23

July 21, 2017 11:35 AM Thomson REFUSES to refund terrified holidaymaker and his family as they try to cancel their trip to Kos amid earthquake chaos

Terrified holidaymakers face losing out on thousands of pounds after travel firms refused to refund trips to Greece and Turkey following the killer earthquake. Gary Taylor, 51, told MailOnline he could lose almost £3,000 on a trip to Kos he wants to cancel over fears buildings in the region will not be safe. He said Thomson, whom he booked the holiday 66

July 18, 2017 12:04 AM Speaker cautions Akufo-Addo over office of Special Prosecutor

As Parliament readies to read the bill on the Office of the Special prosecutor, the Speaker has cautioned that the President must tread cautiously in the creation of the office. Quoting the 1992 Constitution, Professor Micheal Ocquaye says it is only the Attorney General and Justice Minister that has the prosecutorial powers and any attempt to alter 49