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Chibok students sit exams for first time since abduction

Chibok students sit exams for first time since abduction

Students in the Nigerian town of Chibok have been taking secondary school exams there for the first time since more than 200...
Nigerian state approves castration of convicted rapists

Nigerian state approves castration of convicted rapists

The state assembly in Kaduna, in north-western Nigeria, has approved full surgical castration as punishment for those convicted of rape.

Macron to ‘meet Ivorian leader Ouattara’ amid poll row

French President Emmanuel Macron will on Friday meet his Ivory Coast counterpart Alassane Ouattara in Paris, the AFP agency reports quoting a...
Covid-19: Doctors in Nigeria's capital to begin strike

Covid-19: Doctors in Nigeria’s capital to begin strike

Resident doctors in Nigeria's capital, Abuja, will begin an "indefinite" strike on Tuesday morning over non-payment of what they term as "Covid-19...
Two die in Lagos helicopter crash

Two die in Lagos helicopter crash

Two people have died after a helicopter crashed into a residential building in Nigeria's commercial capital, Lagos, the authorities say.
Vice President Mike Pence noted the Kenosha unrest, but not what led to it

Vice President Mike Pence noted the Kenosha unrest, but not what led to it

Vice President Mike Pence, addressing the Republican National Convention on Wednesday, noted the strife gripping Kenosha, without mentioning what precipitated it: the...
The officer who shot Jacob Blake was identified

The officer who shot Jacob Blake was identified.

Wisconsin’s attorney general on Wednesday identified the white police officer who shot Jacob Blake, a Black man, multiple times in Kenosha, Wis.,...
Christchurch mosque attack: Brenton Tarrant sentenced to life without parole

Christchurch mosque attack: Brenton Tarrant sentenced to life without parole

A New Zealand court has sentenced a man who killed 51 people at two mosques to life in prison without parole, the...
Coronavirus in Kenya: How it turned classrooms into chicken coops

Coronavirus in Kenya: How it turned classrooms into chicken coops

Kenya's decision to close all schools until next January because of coronavirus has left many of its private schools struggling to survive,...
Envoys reach 'some agreement' with Mali coup leaders

Envoys reach ‘some agreement’ with Mali coup leaders

A delegation from the West African regional bloc, Ecowas, and members of Mali's military junta say they have reached agreement on several...

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Actionable intelligence prevented more dire attacks from secessionists – Nkrumah

Actionable intelligence prevented more dire attacks from secessionists – Nkrumah

Contrary to claims that the government failed to gather actionable intelligence on the recent secessionist resurgence, Information Minister, Kojo Oppong Nkrumah has...
Mortuary workers to embark on nationwide strike October 1

Mortuary workers to embark on nationwide strike October 1

The Mortuary Workers Association of Ghana have declared a strike action from Thursday, October 1, over what they describe as unresolved grievances.
V/R: 19 pellets retrieved from police commander’s body after Friday’s attack

V/R: 19 pellets retrieved from police commander’s body after Friday’s attack

Over 19 pellets of bullets have been retrieved from the body of the South Tongu Divisional Police Commander, ASP Dennis Fiakpui, following...