Digital authoritarianism is rapidly becoming fashionable in Africa. In 2018, Access Now recorded 21 shutdowns in Africa, a sharp rise from 13 shutdowns in 2017. In that period, the longest shutdown was reported in Cameroon where it lasted at least 230 days. Similar trends were noted globally – from 75 shutdowns in 2016, incidents ofREAD MORE
Was stuck in traffic because, cancelled trip b'se : Wife followed Husband and his girlfriend from wherever and then parked right on front of them in the middle of the road. Husband had child in car. Wife gets out of car, goes to husband, and throws punches.
In exercise of rights under Article 35 of the Constitution and Access to Information Act, I ask Chief Justice @dkmaraga to disclose the fate of a petition to dissolve Parliament for failure to comply with the 2/3rds gender rule filed by #WeAre52percent. #Julisha @KenyasOmbudsman
Dear Kenyans, A Japanese Cabinet Minister has issued a public apology for being 3 minutes late to a parliamentary meeting yesterday. Obviously @UKenyatta and his Cabinet colleagues would have a difficult time understanding why that was even an issue. google.com/amp/s/www…
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