Azimio La Umoja – One Kenya Presidential candidate Raila Odinga has reiterated his commitment to democracy and peaceful resolution of the presidential poll dispute, during a phone call with United Nations Secretary General Antonio Guterres.
[img align=right width=150]https://static01.nyt.com/images/2022/06/23/world/23safrica-corruption-1/merlin_208948920_6ae369d4-41ca-41fd-98fc-7b62e7b1e8b2-jumbo.jpg[img] The final portion of a three-year investigation reported graft on a massive scale under former President Jacob Zuma, but also found the current president’s actions wanting.
The French government has announced that it would open the “Choose Africa” conference, a €3.5 billion initiative by President Emmanuel Macron, dedicated to support the development of start-ups and SMEs in Africa to enable the continent to benefit fully from the opportunities of the digital revolution.
Gunmen have freed all 279 girls kidnapped from a boarding school in northwest Nigeria, the governor of Zamfara state said on Tuesday, as one of the victims told Reuters how their abductors had beaten her and her schoolmates with their weapons.
The Court of Appeal in The Hague on Friday ruled in favour of four Nigerian farmers and Friends of the Earth, an environmental organisation, in a long-running legal dispute against the energy giant, Shell.
The Kaduna State High Court has vacated its order directing the Nigeria Correctional Service to release Zeenat, the wife of the embattled Shi’ite leader, Sheikh Ibraheem El-Zakzaky, for coronavirus treatment.
The injustices being experienced in the country have been attributed to the lopsided nature of the country’s 1999 constitution and a call on relevant institutions to disband the document as no amount of amendment can ensure fairness and equity to all.
Borno State Governor, Babagana Zulum, on Saturday said the situation facing the state was a tough one and that Boko Haram terrorists had an “ultimate wish to take over the state and bring it under a sovereign brutal administration.”
The stench of rotting elephant carcasses hangs in the air in western Zimbabwe, where wildlife officials say at least 91 elephants were poisoned with cyanide by poachers who hack off the tusks for the lucrative illegal ivory market.