[Public Agenda] “Africa is a marvellous continent.
[New Times] Local authorities say government forces are still tracing the whereabouts of the kidnapped students and teachers.
[Deutsche Welle] An election motorcade has been ambushed in Nigeria’s Borno state, with at least four people reported dead and others missing. Some campaign supporters are still missing
[allAfrica] Cape Town -For a long time the country has been divided along tribal lines.
[VOA] Armed men burned down a hospital in the Cameroonian town of Kumba this week, forcing patients and medical staff to flee for their lives. Cameroon’s government blamed the attack on separatists demanding independence for Cameroon’s English-speaking regions.
[Deutsche Welle] Videos have been circulating for some time showing men, women and children being shot by Cameroonian security forces. Now Cameroon’s most important ally is taking a drastic step to force the Biya government to end this.
When you said “steel”, someone misheard NOTHING SEEMS awry on arrival at the Ajaokuta Steel Company near Lokoja in central Nigeria.
[Deutsche Welle] After decades of political certainty, the central African nation has entered a state of political flux. An attempted coup has raised questions over who is actually in charge as the president recuperates abroad.
[Daily Trust] Since 2015, Boko Haram’s capacity to carry out daring attacks especially on civilian populations has greatly diminished. Of recent, it mostly carries out isolated attacks in the fringes of the Lake Chad in far Northern part of Borno, on the borders of the lake, Niger and Cameroon Republics. Though there are occasional attacks along the Sambisa and Alagarno forests axis, military and civilian authorities as well as locals all agree that Boko Haram’s ability to inflict serious damage has been greatly reduced
[Vanguard] The Federal Government on Sunday pledged to strengthen trans-boundary partnerships with Lake Chad Basin member countries to save the Lake from extinction.