Daily Monitor
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The Independent
Our nation’s threatened middle
The challenges of being independent in Uganda’s increasingly polarised and toxic debates THE LAST WORD | ANDREW M. MWENDA | In March of this year, President Yoweri Museveni invited me to speak to National Resistance Movement (NRM) Members of Parliament (MPs) then on a retreat in...
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New Vision
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360Nobs.com
Super Eagles Earn N715m AFCON Money For Third-Place Finish
Nigeria’s Super Eagles will receive a $2m (N715m) reward from Confederation of African Football, CAF, for their third place finish at the 2019 Africa Cup of Nations that ended on Friday , July 19 in Cairo, Egypt.
Winners, Desert Foxes of Algeria, will receive $4.5m while Teranga...
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The Maravi Post
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Vanguard News
CAF reveals AFCON prize money
African Cup of Nations champions Algeria have received $4.5 million, Senegal $2.5m, while third place contestants Super Eagles and Tunisia earned $2.m.
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The East African
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