The arrest of Tanzania's Freeman Mbowe - who heads the largest opposition party Chadema - on terrorism charges is one that has no basis says ... Anna Henga, the director general of the Legal and Human Rights centre (LHRC). Speaking to The Africa Report, she explains a string of worrisome incidents that have occurred since Samia Suluhu Hassan took over as president.
In a rare interview with media editors in Nairobi, Kenyatta broke his silence and called for his deputy’s resignation; the first time he is doing so despite several provocations by Ruto. “I have an agenda that I was elected on, and that work has to continue,” Kenyatta said on Monday 23. “It would be the honourable thing – that if you are not happy with it – that you would step aside and allow those who want to move on [to] move on and then take your agenda to the people.”