Sudan: Year On Since Protests Broke Out, Protesters’ Demands Must Be Met

[AI London] One year after protests broke out in Sudan leading to the ouster President Omar al Bashir on 11 April 2019, the new transitional authorities must to live up to the hopes and expectations of the Sudanese people, Amnesty International said today.

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Uganda: EACJ Denies Request in Age Limit Case

[East African] A Ugandan who sought the help of the East African Court of Justice to stop the Uganda government from implementing a law that would allow President Yoweri Museveni to contest the presidency again in 2021 has suffered a blow after the court threw out his objections.

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Nigeria: UK Court Allows Nigeria to Appeal $9.6 Billion Judgment

[Daily Trust] The Commercial Court in London, United Kingdom, yesterday granted Nigeria’s request to stay execution of a judgment which favoured Process and Industrial Developments (P&ID) to seize Nigeria’s assets worth $9.6bn over a contract scandal.

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