[Nation] The ruling Jubilee Party has employed a broad spectrum of strategies to legitimise President Uhuru Kenyatta’s victory in the elections scheduled for October 26 after his main challenger Raila Odinga withdrew from the race citing an uneven playing field.
[New Zimbabwe] Troubled national carrier, Air Zimbabwe is set to dump its discredited name and further acquire new planes in a fresh government attempt to change the fortunes of the parastatal.
[AI London] Amnesty International can confirm that at least 17 people have been killed by the security forces following yesterday’s protests in several towns of the Anglophone regions in Cameroon. Ilaria Allegrozzi, Amnesty International’s Lake Chad researcher said: *
[Daily Trust] The United Kingdom says it has not received any request from the Nigerian government to shut Radio Biafra.
[Premium Times] President Muhammadu Buhari has departed New York, where he attended the 72nd UN General Assembly, for the United Kingdom. Buhari was in New York to join other world leaders for the one week UNGA high-level events that started on Tuesday,
[Premium Times] The weekly meeting of the Federal Executive Council will not hold Wednesday, according to President Muhammadu Buhari’s spokesperson, Femi Adesina.
[Monitor] A Ugandan man has died from injuries after falling off a 10th floor of a seventeen level flat in East London, the United Kingdom where he resided.
[This Day] Acting President, Prof. Yemi Osinbajo SAN, royal fathers and other eminent personalities are set for a book launch at the Transcorp Hilton Hotel in Abuja on Tuesday, July 4.
[News24Wire] The inquest into the death of anti-apartheid activist Ahmed Timol is set to enter its second day at the High Court in Johannesburg on Tuesday, with the court going on an in loco inspection of the scene of Timol’s death at 14:00.
[Premium Times] Nigerians have expressed divergent views about President Muhammadu Buhari’s indefinite stay abroad.