Sunday, February 5Elite News ---- For Adverts or Story call: 0788166280 | 0705145487-----
Shadow

Day: August 17, 2022

Rwandan singer Yvan Buravan passed on.

Rwandan singer Yvan Buravan passed on.

FEATURED, Latest News, NEWS, Politics, Rwanda
Source: BBC His 2016 hit song Malaika ushered him to stardom in Rwanda. Rwandan singer-songwriter Yvan Buravan has died aged 27, his manager told the BBC The singer had been diagnosed with pancreatic cancer and was undergoing treatment in India. He had previously been treated in Rwanda and Kenya before his transfer to India. Buravan’s music talent got noticed at the age of 14 when he finished second in a national music competition. His 2016 hit song Malaika ushered him to stardom in Rwanda. In 2018 he won the Prix Découvertes – one of Africa’s biggest music contests organised by RFI and Unesco. “He’s gone too soon leaving behind lots of things he was yet to finish, but he leaves us with amazing arts he has done. His legacy will live on,” his manager Bruce Intore Twagira has told the BBC. M...
FORTEBET TAKES EPL MATCH DAY-2 CELEBRATIONS TO ARUA, KOBOKO.

FORTEBET TAKES EPL MATCH DAY-2 CELEBRATIONS TO ARUA, KOBOKO.

FEATURED, Latest News, NEWS, Politics, Rwanda
It was an explosive weekend as Fortebet gave back to its customers in Arua and Koboko. Over 1000 people ended the weekend with at least a gift that Fortebet carried to them, which included; phones, European club jerseys, T-shirts, pens and wristbands. “We promised you that we shall come back in this new season and give you more gifts like last time. We are back again, this time bigger and better. On every branch, Fortebet is giving out a brand-new phone to a lucky customer while over 100 customers on each branch will take home any of the other gifts that Fortebet has carried for you,” said Alex Muhangi, the company brand ambassador while addressing customers at Arua Main Centre. The gifts left Fortebet clients super excited. “I have all the reasons to be a friend to Fortebet all the time b...
Government to vaccinate children against malaria.

Government to vaccinate children against malaria.

FEATURED, Health, Latest News, NEWS, Politics, Rwanda
The State Minister for Health, Hon. Margaret Muhanga has revealed that government plans vaccinate children against malaria. Muhanga made the revelation during a plenary sitting on Tuesday, 16 August 2022 chaired by Deputy Speaker Thomas Tayebwa. “If we do not vaccinate our children again malaria, then we are allowing this killer disease. We lost about 24 children to malaria in June this year,” she said adding that, ‘a vaccine has been manufactured to control malaria especially in children. Government is working with other governments abroad that are producing the vaccine’. She said this while responding to a matter of national importance raised by Kilak South County MP, Hon. Gilbert Olanya on the high prevalence of malaria in Acholi sub-region. Olanya said that a report by the Malaria Indi...
Tayebwa hands over office to Hamson Obua.

Tayebwa hands over office to Hamson Obua.

FEATURED, Latest News, NEWS, Politics
The newly appointed Government Chief Whip Hamson Obua has officially received the office from his predecessor, Deputy Speaker Thomas Tayebwa. The official handover was held at Parliament on Tuesday, 16 August 2022 and was witnessed by the Prime Minister Robinah Nabbanja, Third Deputy Prime Minister Rukia Nakadama, Commissioners and Members of Parliament (MPs). Speaking at the handover, Tayebwa urged Obua to maintain humility while interacting with and whipping ministers and MPs to actively participate in parliamentary business. “We shall give you all the necessary support but I advise you to maintain humility. My success as a Government Chief Whip was by being humble. When you humble yourself before your colleagues, they will easily work with you,” Tayebwa said. Tayebwa also urged Obua to ...
WP2Social Auto Publish Powered By : XYZScripts.com