[Premium Times] The Nigeria Immigration Service (NIS) on Thursday said it has uncovered a “baby factory” in Ibadan, the Oyo State capital.
[Vanguard] The Indigenous People of Biafra, IPOB, has given a prototype of how Biafra system of government will be like when a sovereign state of Biafra is achieved.
[Nation] Secondary schools sponsored by churches in Nyeri are basking in glory after taking top positions in the county in this year’s Kenya Certificate of Secondary Education examinations.
[Premium Times] A disturbing video released on Thursday by Boko Haram shows how the terrorists carried out the attack on a military formation, killing a large number of Nigerian soldiers.
[HRW] South Africa’s highest court has delivered two landmark decisions protecting women’s rights to equality and land ownership, as well as the rights of communities living in mining areas.
[VOA] Cameroon’s President Paul Biya, the second longest serving African president at 36 years in power, has been inaugurated for another seven-year mandate.
IRAQIS ARE desperate to reboot their creaking democracy.
“PEACE IS FOR all of us—let us defend it.” These words, printed on a plain white T-shirt, seem innocuous enough. Yet not for Bereket, a 17-year-old lad from Ethiopia’s capital, Addis Ababa.
GETAHUN SHUMULO is what the Ethiopian government calls a “model farmer”. In the past he would toss seeds at random over his fields near Butajira, in the arable south. These days, using a plastic bottle in which he has cut a small hole, he plants them in pencil-straight lines.
[Monitor] Kampala -President Museveni has praised his former prime minister Amama Mbabazi for his contribution towards the liberation struggle that brought the ruling National Resistance Army (NRA) into power in 1986.