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Kenya President Delays School Reopening Amid Rising Death Toll from Floods

Kenyan President William Ruto has delayed the reopening of schools due to ongoing heavy rains and floods that have claimed over 200 lives. During his state of the nation address, President Ruto mentioned the grim forecast from meteorological reports, warning of the potential impact of Cyclone Hidaya on coastal regions in the near future. Floods have ravaged Kenya and other East African nations, forcing over 150,000 individuals into camps for safety. Originally scheduled to open this week, schools will remain closed for an…

Kenyan President Delays School Reopening Amid Rising Flood Deaths: Over 200 Lives Lost

Kenya and other areas in East Africa are facing a serious flooding crisis, with over 150,000 individuals displaced and now residing in various camps scattered throughout the nation. Initially planned to resume classes this week, schools have had their reopening postponed by the education ministry for another week. Many institutions are currently underwater or damaged, creating uncertainty for students as they await new reopening dates. Some of the displaced have sought shelter in schools temporarily while the government…

The absence of a regional chief delays the pre-crisis meeting throughout the vote

MOGADISHU, Somalia - Axadle has introduced the President of the Galmadug State Abdi Kaliye alias Qoor-Qoor absent in the continued negotiations in Afisiyooni. Somalia will not be holding elections but, even after the top of President Mohamed Abdullahi Farmajo's time period on February 8, resulting in issues in regards to the nation's future. Farmajo is accused of being the stumbling block in the present election negotiations. On Tuesday, the talks had been additional delayed after the organizers didn't provide you with…

“delays” and “irregularities” in the process

That was four years ago; on March 12, 2017, in the Democratic Republic of the Conto (DRC) Michael Sharp and Zaida Catalan, two UN experts investigating the violence in Kasai-Central, were assassinated. A few months later, a lawsuit was opened to determine the causes and those responsible for these killings, but since then the procedure has progressed in slow motion and is spiced with irregularities,…

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