[CAJ News] Maputo -Mozambican security forces have been implicated in serious abuses while fighting an armed Islamist group north of the country.
[Nation] Reports indicate that Cameroon have been stripped off the rights to host the 2019 Africa Cup of Nations (Afcon).
[Monitor] “Whenever I think of what happened I do not want to eat or live anymore. I blame myself for not being able to save my husband,” says Aidah Nandutu.
[VOA] Some of the thousands of people who fled the volatile English-speaking regions of Cameroon before the Oct. 7 presidential election have returned nome to find that their houses and villages have been burned to the ground.
[Leadership] No fewer than 74 persons have lost their lives following the flood disasters in parts of Katsina, Kaduna and Jigawa states.
[Leadership] New fewer than 10 villagers have been killed in boko haram terrorists’ ambush in Nganzai local government area of Borno State.
[This Day] Police have said that nine persons were killed in an attack on Tse Ujoh Village in Ikyurqv-Tiev ward of Katsina Ala Local Government Area of Benue State.
[CSJNews] The statistics are staggering. Over 141,000 women and girls induce abortions unsafely in Malawi with about half of them suffering from complications.
[Deutsche Welle] As the first PhD holder from his village, Tanzanian historian Herbert Ndomba feels that he has a duty to study his community’s history. African history, he thinks, should be rewritten from an African perspective.
[Premium Times] A former President of Nigeria, Olusegun Obasanjo, says stronger leadership is critical to the economic development of the African continent.